10 Most Influential Presidents of America

America or the United States of America is one of the biggest countries that can be found all over the globe. It’s also a very powerful nation packed with brave soldiers and advanced weapons for war. Not only that, this nation is also led by a brave and intelligent leader called President.

Here are the 10 most influential Presidents of America that you should know

10. Thomas Woodrow Wilson

Thomas Woodrow Wilson

In the year 1913 up to 1921, Thomas Woodrow Wilson served the entire nation of the United States of America. He was the 28th President elected in the said country. Prior to his President’s life, he still served as a Governor in the state of New Jersey and President of the prestigious Princeton University. He was the US President when the country had war with Nazi Germany.

9. Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland

Imperialism and high tariffs in the country were combated by Bourbon Democrats under his leadership. Not only that, he also did his best to fight against political corruption and bossism. He governed the country through liberalism. He was the 22nd and 24th US President.

8. Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

The Declaration of Independence in the year 1776 was made possible through the effort of the 3rd US President, whom was Thomas Jefferson. On the onset of American Revolution, he was the Governor of the US state of Virginia. He also used to be the Secretary of the George Washington, whom was the 1st US President.

7. Harry S. Truman

Harry S. Truman

The death of President Theodore Roosevelt was the main reason why Harry Truman, whom was the 33rd US President. It happened way back in the year 1945. He was the Commander-in-Chief of the country during the World War II. But the thing is, such particular war resulted to a bad relationship between Soviet Union and the USA.

6. Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Before he became the 40th President of the United States of America, Ronald Wilson Reagan was still the 33rd Governor of the state of California. Reagan was a famous American actor. The truth is, he was the Screen Actors Guild’s President. His US political career started when he became the General Electric’s spokesman.

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