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  • Aaron Bangor
    ... crisis leadership, economic management, moral authority, international relations, administrative skills, relations with Congress, vision/setting an agenda,
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 20, 2000
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      >Presidential rankings
      >February 21, 2000
      >Web posted at: 7:21 a.m. EST (1221 GMT)
      >
      >(Reuters) -- The presidents were rated in 10 areas: public persuasion,
      crisis leadership, economic management, moral authority, international
      relations, administrative skills, relations with Congress, vision/setting an
      agenda, pursuit of equal justice for all and performance within context of
      their times.
      >
      >
      > 1. Abraham Lincoln
      > 2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
      > 3. George Washington
      > 4. Theodore Roosevelt
      > 5. Harry S. Truman
      > 6. Woodrow Wilson
      > 7. Thomas Jefferson
      > 8. John F. Kennedy
      > 9. Dwight Eisenhower
      > 10. Lyndon Baines Johnson
      > 11. Ronald Reagan
      > 12. James Polk
      > 13. Andrew Jackson
      > 14. James Monroe
      > 15. William McKinley
      > 16. John Adams
      > 17. Grover Cleveland
      > 18. James Madison
      > 19. John Quincy Adams
      > 20. George Bush
      > 21. Bill Clinton
      > 22. Jimmy Carter
      > 23. Gerald Ford
      > 24. William Howard Taft
      > 25. Richard Nixon
      > 26. Rutherford Hayes
      > 27. Calvin Coolidge
      > 28. Zachary Taylor
      > 29. James Garfield
      > 30. Martin Van Buren
      > 31. Benjamin Harrison
      > 32. Chester Arthur
      > 33. Ulysses S. Grant
      > 34. Herbert Hoover
      > 35. Millard Fillmore
      > 36. John Tyler
      > 37. William Henry Harrison
      > 38. Warren Harding
      > 39. Franklin Pierce
      > 40. Andrew Johnson
      > 41. James Buchanan
      >
      >
    • Linda E. Milano
      TR was ranked fourth overall, and consistently in the top ten in every category! THE TOP TEN ARE: Score 1. Abraham Lincoln 900 2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 21, 2000
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        TR was ranked fourth overall, and consistently in the top ten in every
        category!

        THE TOP TEN ARE: Score

        1. Abraham Lincoln 900
        2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 876
        3. George Washington 842
        4. Theodore Roosevelt 810
        5. Harry S Truman 753
        6. Woodrow Wilson 723
        7. Thomas Jefferson 711
        8. John F. Kennedy 704
        9. Dwight D. Eisenhower 699
        10. Lyndon Baines Johnson 655

        Perfect score was 1000.

        This represents a tremendous step forward in recognition of TR - he ranked
        seventh in the polls conducted by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Sr. in 1948 and by
        Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. in 1962.

        Scores in individual categories are as follows:

        Public Persuasion

        1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        2. Theodore Roosevelt
        3. Abraham Lincoln
        4. Ronald Reagan
        5. John F. Kennedy
        6. George Washington
        7. Andrew Jackson
        8. Thomas Jefferson
        9. Woodrow Wilson
        10. Dwight D. Eisenhower

        Crisis Leadership

        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        3. George Washington
        4. Harry S Truman
        5. Theodore Roosevelt
        6. Woodrow Wilson
        7. Andrew Jackson
        8. John F. Kennedy
        9. James K. Polk
        10. Dwight D. Eisenhower

        Economic Management

        1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        2. George Washington
        3. Abraham Lincoln
        4. Theodore Roosevelt
        5. William Jefferson Clinton
        6. Woodrow Wilson
        7. Harry S Truman
        8. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        9. John F. Kennedy
        10. James K. Polk

        Moral Authority

        1. George Washington
        2. Abraham Lincoln
        3. Theodore Roosevelt
        4. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        5. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        6. Woodrow Wilson
        7. Harry S Truman
        8. Thomas Jefferson
        9. John Adams
        10. James Earl Carter

        International Relations

        1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        2. George Washington
        3. Theodore Roosevelt
        4. Abraham Lincoln
        5. Harry S Truman
        6. Woodrow Wilson
        7. James Monroe
        8. Richard M. Nixon
        9. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        10. John Adams

        Administrative Skills

        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. George Washington
        3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        4. Theodore Roosevelt
        5. Harry S Truman
        6. Woodrow Wilson
        7. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        8. Thomas Jefferson
        9. Lyndon Baines Johnson
        10. James K. Polk

        Relations with Congress

        1. Lyndon Baines Johnson
        2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        3. George Washington
        4. Abraham Lincoln
        5. Thomas Jefferson
        6. Theodore Roosevelt
        7. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        8. Ronald Reagan
        9. William McKinley
        10. James Monroe

        Vision / Setting An Agenda

        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        3. George Washington
        4. Theodore Roosevelt
        5. Woodrow Wilson
        6. Thomas Jefferson
        7. Harry S Truman
        8. Ronald Reagan
        9. John F. Kennedy
        10. James K. Polk

        Pursued Equal Justice For All

        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. Lyndon Baines Johnson
        3. Harry S Truman
        4. James Earl Carter
        5. William Jefferson Clinton
        6. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        7. John F. Kennedy
        8. John Quincy Adams
        9. Theodore Roosevelt
        10. Dwight D. Eisenhower

        Performance Within Context of Times

        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. George Washington
        3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        4. Theodore Roosevelt
        5. Harry S Truman
        6. Thomas Jefferson
        7. Woodrow Wilson
        8. Andrew Jackson
        9. Dwight D. Eisenhower
        10. James K. Polk

        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Aaron Bangor <abangor@...>
        To: <tr-m@egroups.com>
        Sent: Monday, February 21, 2000 12:58 AM
        Subject: [tr-m] presidential survey


        > >Presidential rankings
        > >February 21, 2000
        > >Web posted at: 7:21 a.m. EST (1221 GMT)
        > >
        > >(Reuters) -- The presidents were rated in 10 areas: public persuasion,
        > crisis leadership, economic management, moral authority, international
        > relations, administrative skills, relations with Congress, vision/setting
        an
        > agenda, pursuit of equal justice for all and performance within context of
        > their times.
        > >
        > >
        > > 1. Abraham Lincoln
        > > 2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
        > > 3. George Washington
        > > 4. Theodore Roosevelt
        > > 5. Harry S. Truman
        > > 6. Woodrow Wilson
        > > 7. Thomas Jefferson
        > > 8. John F. Kennedy
        > > 9. Dwight Eisenhower
        > > 10. Lyndon Baines Johnson
        > > 11. Ronald Reagan
        > > 12. James Polk
        > > 13. Andrew Jackson
        > > 14. James Monroe
        > > 15. William McKinley
        > > 16. John Adams
        > > 17. Grover Cleveland
        > > 18. James Madison
        > > 19. John Quincy Adams
        > > 20. George Bush
        > > 21. Bill Clinton
        > > 22. Jimmy Carter
        > > 23. Gerald Ford
        > > 24. William Howard Taft
        > > 25. Richard Nixon
        > > 26. Rutherford Hayes
        > > 27. Calvin Coolidge
        > > 28. Zachary Taylor
        > > 29. James Garfield
        > > 30. Martin Van Buren
        > > 31. Benjamin Harrison
        > > 32. Chester Arthur
        > > 33. Ulysses S. Grant
        > > 34. Herbert Hoover
        > > 35. Millard Fillmore
        > > 36. John Tyler
        > > 37. William Henry Harrison
        > > 38. Warren Harding
        > > 39. Franklin Pierce
        > > 40. Andrew Johnson
        > > 41. James Buchanan
        > >
        > >
        >
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      • RoginaJ@cs.com
        In a message dated 2/22/2000 12:02:58 AM Eastern Standard Time, TRA@sprynet.com writes: Information on the survey can also be found on
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 21, 2000
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          In a message dated 2/22/2000 12:02:58 AM Eastern Standard Time,
          TRA@... writes:

          << tr-m@... >>
          Information on the survey can also be found on the TRA website
          http://www.theodoreroosevelt.org

          click on Breaking News!

          Sincerely,
          Rogina Jeffries
          Webmaster, Theodore Roosevelt Association
          http://www.theodoreroosevelt.org
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