From: Serguei Vassilvitskii <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue Aug 26 19:12:49 1997
Subject: Re: general
In reply to: general
Although there's no absolute answer to this question I am inclined that a great man creates history.
During the reconstruction era there wasn't a Great leader to lead the nation. Surely McKinley did what he could, but it was not until Theodore Roosevelt that we saw history in the making.
You can look for events under every presidency, and you would notice that the majority of events happen when a great man is on office. Whether it's George Washington, Andrew jackson, Lincoln, Roosevelt or Kennedy, these are leaders, men set out to make something happen.
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