Critical Thinking 7.2 - POS Critical Thinking 7.2 4/8/2008...

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POS 18:26:13 Jose Alvarez Critical Thinking 7.2 1. None of the presidents served during low crisis periods and attained a near- great or great ranking. 2. The highest ranking achieved was “Above Average”. 3. All of the presidents in extreme crisis levels were either near-great or great. 2 out of 9 presidents were near-great or great when serving during the high and very high crisis levels. Finally, 2 of the 5 presidents to serve during moderate crisis levels were considered near-great. 4. According to Kinsley, the most important component of presidential leadership is “leading people where they don’t want to go”. In other words, it is important for a president to be able to lead the people to make as many Americans as possible believe in doing what the president wants to do, such as go to war with Iraq in Bush’s case. 5. According to Schwarz’s essay, he believed that the most important component of the presidential leadership was the ability of the president’s administration to understand the “threats confronting the U.S. better than
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POS 2041h taught by Professor Knuckey during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Critical Thinking 7.2 - POS Critical Thinking 7.2 4/8/2008...

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