Barrack Obama is becoming one of the most celebrated American Presidents of all time. In recent years, America has faced major issues including war, a crippled economy, and high unemployment rates. Americans settled on Barrack Obama in the 2008 Presidential election. He overcame many challengers including John McCain in the general election and Hillary Clinton in the primaries. Barrack Obama had an impressive record as the Senator from Illinois. Now, having served one term as President, Barack Obama has made major milestones in improving America's economy. America has come out of the world recession and Obama's policies have created employment opportunities for American citizens. For this and other achievements, he has earned another term in office after defeating Mitt Romney in the just concluded November 2012 election. Obama election in 2008 is a turning point in the history of America. He is the first African American to be elected president in a society dominated by white people.
There have been immense changes in the way things have been done in every administration during this period. This has led to turning points and changes in the status quo, whether for the best or the worst. For example, Obama had the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act passed into law. This is a turning point as the bill was controversial was passed by a slim margin. This has all depended on the president of the day's policies and their implementation. For instance, even before this period of Reagan to the Obama presidency, there have been world events that changed the American social and economic environment. There has been increased population as a result of immigration and urbanization of major United States cities and states (Rich, fourth paragraph).
[...] American peace keepers together with NATO troops maintained order until Afghanistan elected a new government. It was during Obama's term in office that a world known terrorist was captured and killed. The Reagan revolution has been carried on for over 30 years and is seen to be carried on by Obama. References Reagan, M., & Denney, J. (2011). The new Reagan revolution: How Ronald Reagan's principles can restore America's greatness. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press. Rich, F. (January 2011). Let Obama's Reagan Revolution begin. New York Times. [...]
[...] There was a need to control then administrate over the people and this needed quality leadership that was elected by the American people (Troy, 2009). The Reagan presidency has been used as a reference point for many American leadership and policy making institutions, especially in the recent political developments in the America. Coming from economic and civil rights crisis in the 70s, Americans had lost confidence in the way their things were done in Washington, and they needed a change of guard. Ronald Reagan came in at a time when Americans needed to see things change. [...]
[...] Though he was not bipartisan, he maintained his grip on leadership and won the hearts of Americans who had a choice of choosing Mondale, who was perceived to be caring and having a vision for the country, or Reagan. As President, Reagan knew he had to deliver messages to the papers and to get away with issues that seemed to corner him. His way of communicating issues to the people made him likeable to many American people (Reagan & Denney 2011). He made tax reforms that improved the economy. These tax cuts were enacted in 1981 and 1986. [...]
[...] The Reagan Revolution through Obama Barrack Obama is becoming one of the most celebrated American Presidents of all time. In recent years, America has faced major issues including war, a crippled economy, and high unemployment rates. Americans settled on Barrack Obama in the 2008 Presidential election. He overcame many challengers including John McCain in the general election and Hillary Clinton in the primaries. Barrack Obama had an impressive record as the Senator from Illinois. Now, having served one term as President, Barack Obama has made major milestones in improving America's economy. [...]
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