Utilizing the Office for Leadership and Good Public Policy Leaving the Nation Better Off II.

Do not forget to include your name and class day and time (M10, M1, T10, T11). You will lose at least five points if you don’t! DOUBLE SPACED (single-spaced papers will NOT be accepted): 12-pt. or 14 pt. font, please. Answer the questions in order, NUMBERED and LETTERED in the prescribed format below. Yes, you MUST do it that way. YOU AUTOMATICALLY FAIL THE WHOLE ASSIGNMENT IF YOU DON’T! Write an answer for each of the following questions (again, numbered, in order, according to prescribed format):
APPLY the three main criteria (re: Lecture #16) that many historians and political scientists use to determine what makes for a great, good and/or successful president (applied retrospectively; that is, many years after he has left office) to I. One president from either the 19th or 20th Century that you consider great, good and/or successful who generally met all three of the main criteria, noting some of his accomplishments that qualify specifically under each criteria: Responding to Crisis (or Crises) Utilizing the Office for Leadership and Good Public Policy Leaving the Nation Better Off II. One president from either the 19th or 20th Century that you consider weak, poor and/or unsuccessful and why he may be considered a failure specifically under the same criteria as above and why: (Not) Responding to Crisis (or Crises) (Not) Utilizing the Office for Leadership and Good Public Policy (Not) Leaving the Nation Better Off DO NOT CITE: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Warren G. Harding or William Henry Harrison; nor ANY PRESIDENT OF THE 21st Century! (Anyone who cites any of these aforementioned presidents and/or G.W. Bush, Barack Obama, or Donald Trump will automatically fail the entire assignment!) IMPORTANT: *****Full source citation in a BIBLIOGRAPHY/WORKS CITED SECTION is required for all the sources used for this assignment. *****HOWEVER: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE FOOTNOTES OR ENDNOTES FOR EACH CITATION (though you may do so, if so you choose). Just BE CONSISTENT and make sure to cite web sources properly.