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Throughout the history of the presidency, scholars have ranked each president in various ways. Despite the debate surrounding whom the “greatest” leaders of our nation are, ranking consistently proves difficult given the vast successes and failures each individual encountered. Similar to previous scholars, I have a created a rubric that outlines different characteristics of a “great” president. Each attribute within the rubric is important in distinguishing what I believe to be appropriate qualities in a president. As it is impossible to hold such individuals to a perfect standard, there is no one that flawlessly executed the position in the executive office; however, many did far better than others. By applying the rubric I previously created, it will reveal that Lyndon B. …show more content…
The swift and confident action of LBJ defined his ability for great leadership and strength. As the rubric defines leadership, it is a combination of multiple underlying factors. By quickly stepping up when American needed it most, LBJ showed courage amongst the tragedy. This is apparent as he stood between the First Lady and dozens of others, taking the oath of office before quickly traveling to D.C. where he faced the American audience. Once landed, he addressed the American people by proclaiming he would do the best he could with their help and God’s. After a few short days of meetings with world leaders and civil rights activists to continue the plans of Kennedy, LBJ addressed the nation. He highlighted the duties of a leader by taking charge, guiding, and presenting the new possibilities. In his transition speech, he reminded the people of all that is left to accomplish, while inspiring them to continue and that it is not “time to hesitate” (“Tragedy and Transition.”) His leadership was impeccably appropriate as confusion and grief of the assassination still

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