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19th Century Presidents: a New Order

Summary: A comparison of five U.S. presidents during the late nineteenth century -- Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, and Benjamin Harrison -- reveals significantly different political backgrounds and philosophies among these men regarding how to run the country. This comparison also reveals the varying levels of success these presidents had while in office.
19th Century Presidents: A New Order

Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, and Benjamin Harrison, while all very different in their point of views and political backgrounds, all have one thing in common, they were all, at one time, President of the United States. Although all held the same position, all made very different decisions on how to run our country, some not very well, others handled the position with great strength and capability.

Grover Cleveland, who was President of the United States from 1885-1889, then again a second time from 1893-1897, was, out of all five of these presidents, the most accomplished. "Prior to serving as President, Cleveland was the Mayor of Buffalo and briefly Governor of New York" Cleveland often used his Presidential veto power. He used it, while in office six hundred times. In the process, Cleveland "alienated the American...

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