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I believed that all people are free, equal, and have 'natural rights' of life and property.
I inspired the colonists with my common sense.
While not being a real estate agent, I brokered one of the sweetest land deals in history with France.
I led a successful revolution because I avoided any situation that threatened destruction of my army.
I authored the “Virginia Plan,” which proposed a federal government of three separate branches (legislative, executive, judicial) and became the foundation for the structure of
The influence of my Virginia Declaration of Rights influenced can be clearly seen in the first10 amendments to the Constitution, The Bill of Rights.
I closed the door on any future colonization of the Western Hemisphere by any European power.
I ushered in “the age of the common man” and rewarded my supporters with public offices.
I instilled fear in white Southerners and made life harder for my brothers in chains when I led a slave rebellion.
I was greeted at the White House as the “little woman who wrote the book that made this great war.” The book was Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
I believe the Union be held together, by force if necessary.
I opposed secession, but did not believe the Union should be held together by force.
I opposed the Radical Republican in Congress over the issue of civil rights for freed slaves. The Radical Republicans tried to remove me from office, but failed by one vote.
I was President during most of Reconstruction.
I believed the way to equality was through vocational education and economic success; and I accepted social separation.
I was a strong believer in the right of women’s right to vote.
As a progressive, I also wanted to “make the world safe for democracy.”
I authorized the dropping of “Fat Boy” and “Little Man” on Japan.
I created a plan for massive financial aid to rebuild European economies to prevent the spread of communism.
I adopted a policy of “massive retaliation” to deter any nuclear strike by the Soviets.
I announced to the world that the US would “pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, opposed any foe, in order to assure the survival and the succes
I led a conservative revolution that lasted well beyond my time.
I developed full diplomatic relations with Vietnam.
I had a dream that one day the United States would grant all people their civil rights.
I was the first woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court.
When I took my historic stroll, I said, “That’s one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind.”
I pledged myself, to a new deal for the American people.
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