SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Julian E. Zelizer
While he gets high marks for using his executive power to enact policy changes, by most measures, he is not doing well.
According to a Marist poll released on Thursday, 42 percent believe Trump’s legacy will be as one of the country’s worst leaders.
by Walter R. Borneman
He came in as #39. Here’s why he deserves better.
What criteria should we use when ranking presidents?
SOURCE: The Washington Post
Dwight Eisenhower moved into the top five for the first time, moving up from No. 8 in 2009 and No. 9 in 2000.
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