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The Presidents of the United States of America - From Greatest to Worst

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Known as the "Father of the Nation", Washington is credited with leading the army that vanquished the British during the American Revolutionary War before presiding over the drafting of the Constitution. As president, he expanded the union and oversaw the creation of a taxation system, a national bank and the first Supreme Court judges.
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The nation's 16th president, as well as the first Republican to be elected president, is credited with ending the American Civil War, keeping the nation alive when it could have collapsed altogether, and freeing the slaves by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation. For that, Lincoln is widely viewed as perhaps the greatest president in American history.
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At the age of 42, Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest person ever to serve as president. An icon of the Progressive Era, Roosevelt's economic policies are widely seen as protecting consumers and breaking up corporate monopolies. He is also known for his conservationist policies aimed at protecting wildlife, as well as for mediating the Russo-Japanese War, which led him to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
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The longest-serving president of all time, Franklin Deleno Roosevelt, often referred to as "FDR", is credited with creating the famous New Deal programs that created millions of jobs and with giving millions of Americans hope during the Great Depression. He is also known for ending America's isolationist foreign policy during World War II, and providing strong leadership during this war. Although his legacy remains somewhat controversal, professional historians widely consider FDR to be one of the greatest presidents of all time.
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Bill Clinton Report Abuse
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Nafta is killing us now!
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