Grover Cleveland - 770 Words
Grover Cleveland defined success as being honest by fighting corruption in government, and being remembered for making government run more efficiently.
Cleveland was born to Anne and Richard Cleveland, March 18, 1837 in Caldwell, New Jersey, the fifth of nine children. Richard, a minister of the Presbyterian Church, was posted in various parts of New York State. In 1853 Richard died, and Grover quit school to support his family, by teaching school with his older brother at the...
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