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What would Donald do? Comparing today's challenges to those of past presidents
Other Presidents have faced crises and problems similar to the ones President Trump has contended with. This course will examine what they did or did not do.
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over 3 weeks
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This course will examine three crises President Trump has contended with and then look at situations other Presidents have faced that are similar to the current issues. First, we will look at the problem the current President faces with the possibility of a nuclear war with North Korea. We will compare his approach to that problem with that of Presidents John Kennedy and Harry Truman who faced similar possibilities of nuclear war. In 1962, President Kennedy dealt with the Cuban Missile...
President Trump is, to say the least, a divisive President, and many of his critics are aghast at what he has done or not done. But, from an historical perspective it can be argued that what he has done other presidents have done as well when faced with a similar situation. In short, the student of this class will have to decide for himself or herself whether history supports or refutes what the current president has done or plans to do. We will spend time each class discussing that problem, and give the student some insight in what is going on in the United States today as well as in the past. I have taught United States History at a local community college for 14 years, which includes the issues I will discuss.
I use powerpoint presentations to help present the material, so there is nothing beyond an interest in the course the student will need to bring with them. I will provide a short bibliography at the end of the course.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students should probably be at least 12 years old to fully appreciate what we will be discussing
A new look at history
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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I hold Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University. After serving four years in the United States Army, including a tour in Vietnam, I decided to become a lawyer, and I graduated from...