• President Franklin D. Roosevelt
    democrats won in a landslide that year. Roosevelt took office on January 1, 1911, and would end up serving a consecutive term. This would soon open doors for Roosevelt; President Woodrow Wilson asked him to become the Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Roosevelt gladly accepted. Roosevelt...
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  • Colin Powell
    Airborne Division. In the administration of President Jimmy Carter, Powell was an assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, and to the Secretary of Energy. He was promoted to Major General. He again assisted Frank Carlucci at the Defense Department during the transition from the Carter...
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  • Research Paper
    his career trajectory, first as a civil service commissioner, then as a New York City police commissioner and U.S. Navy assistant secretary under President William McKinley.(www.biography.com) Taking little interest in the Spanish-American war, Roosevelt left his government post...
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  • The President
    Joseph Burns (middle) shakes hands with President Benigno S. Aquino III (right) as United States Ambassador to the Philippines Harry K. Thomas, Jr. (left) looks on. On June 29, 2010, Aquino officially named the members of his Cabinet, with Aquino himself as Secretary of the Interior and Local...
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  • Apush Chapter 25
    example of nobility, oppsosite of New $$$(ex. Bill gates, zuckerberg), environmentally and economically irresponsible Experience -Education: Groton, Harvard, Columbia Law dropout (because he passed the BAR exam) -Assistant Secretary of the Navy in WW1 (1913-1920) -1920 VP candidate under...
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  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Leadership
    won the election in 1928 for governor of New York and then won again in 1930. Franklin D. Roosevelt was now following a similar political path as his distant cousin, President Theodore Roosevelt, from assistant secretary of the navy to governor of New York to the president of the United States...
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  • Chapter 38 vOCAB
    . Dienbienphu marks the start of American interest in Vietnam. Secretary Dulles created the Southeast Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO) to emulate NATO, but this provided little help. GAMAL ABDEL NASSER: X. Cold War Crises in Europe and the Middle East 1. In 1955, the USSR formed the Warsaw Pact...
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  • HULK HULK
    speech delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States during the discussion of Jones Bill, in 1914. He later boarded at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran where he completed secondary school. In 1898, his father Lucio and his brother Pedro were ambushed and killed by armed men while on...
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  • Campaign Report, Kristern Gillibrand
    States Senator on January 2009, filling the empty seat left by Hillary R. Clinton when she left the senate to join the administration of President Barak Obama as Secretary of State. Before she was elected by Governor David Patterson to replace Senator Clinton, she served two terms in the United...
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  • Pgma
    government in 1987, serving as assistant secretary and undersecretary of the Department of Trade and Industry upon the invitation of President Corazon Aquino. After serving as a senator from 1992 to 1998, she was elected to the vice presidency under President Joseph Estrada, despite having run on an...
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  • Cgusi Pa
    fraud in the Philippines. He should not be confused with Reynato Puno, the Chief Justice, or the Punong Mahistrado. Ronaldo Puno, the DILG Secretary, should be known as Punong Magikero, because he is devoted to the occult arts.  PUNO SCHEME FOR 2010 ELECTIONS  Punong Magikero has been trying to...
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  • Mdn Chapter 40 Notes
    of state dulles and ex NH gov, pres assistant Sherman adams 2. After Secretary of State Dulles died of cancer in 1959 and presidential assistant Sherman Adams 1958 was forced to leave under a cloud of scandal due to bribery charges- accepted gifts from boston industrialists, Eisenhower...
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  • Gerald R. Ford
    assistant coach while earning his law degree. During World War II he attained the rank of lieutenant commander in the Navy. After the war he returned to Grand Rapids, where he began the practice of law, and entered Republican politics. A few weeks before his election to Congress in 1948, he married...
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  • Teddy Roosevelt
    . Roosevelt had always been fascinated by naval history. Urged by Roosevelt's close friend, Congressman Henry Cabot Lodge, President William McKinley appointed a delighted Roosevelt to the post of Assistant Secretary of the Navy in 1897. Because of the half-assed, flighty work the lay-about Secretary...
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  • Impact of Musharraf Domestic Policys
    , in New York City. In the speech, he denounced Islamic ideology and opened the door to relationships between his secular ideology and Israel. He was widely criticized by Middle Eastern leaders, but was met with some praise among Jewish leadership. • The war against terrorism is our own war—Prime...
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  • Ferdinand Marcos
    , 2012 she shared her experience as a speech writer to President Marcos: "one time, the Secretary of Justice forgot to tell me that the President had requested him to draft a speech that the President was going to deliver before graduates of the law school. And then, on the day the President was to...
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  • President
    renewing international confidence in the Philippine economy. Prior to his election as president, Ramos served in the Cabinet of President Corazon Aquino first as chief-of-staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), chief of Integrated National Police, and later on, as Secretary of National...
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  • Eisenhower and the 1950's
    17th parallel, supposedly temporarily. Ho Chi Minh was supposed to allow free elections, but soon, Vietnam ◦ became clearly split between a communist north and a pro-Western south. Dienbienphu marks the start of American interest in Vietnam. ◦ Secretary Dulles created the Southeast Asian...
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  • Election of 1948
    got the day off school to hear his speech. To this a child yelled, “‘Its Saturday”’. Despite his many mistakes during his campaign, he was still heavily favored over Truman (miller). Before the election Truman did many things in order to increase his favorability among voters. One of which was...
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  • Lives and Contributions of Kenyan Leaders
    domination. During Ngala’s tenure as secretary of AEMO, the organization demanded for further representation. it was demanded that elections be conducted on the basis of one-man-one-vote and requirements for African voters be reduced. Ngala and Mboya were then sent to London to press for further...
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