Recently, I had an amazing experience of visiting the Presidential Library of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of The United States of America. An upcoming article will discuss Johnson, the man, and his presidency as this year marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Since 1929, only fourteen individuals have been called U.S. President [POTUS]. That fact alone is remarkable. And yet, none served with the approval of all. Some call this a colossal failure of democracy. Arguably, it is one of the hallmarks of our nation. That the typical transfer of power is relatively peaceful.
Presidents navigate our nation through crises, unprecedented social change, regulatory reforms, international conflict, natural and man-made disasters, technological advancements, and countless other matters both ordinary and extraordinary. Hence, this questions for you, the reader: “Who is the greatest President of our lifetime?”
This is a question for each of us. No right or wrong answers. Just our individual reflections on persons who rose to the highest office in America. So, who do you think?
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