The Presidents Of Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan, And Bill Clinton
Domestic policy is a broad area of public policy, which deals with laws, government programs, and administrative decisions which are directly related to all things that directly affect the people in its own country ("Cambridge Dictionaries Online (US)"). I will be analyzing the three presidents: Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton, on the basis of how strong or limited they were on their domestic policies.
Bill Clinton was chosen for being able to balance the budget and bring the unemployment rate down to its’ lowest. William “Bill” Clinton was born on August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas. He married Hillary Rodham in 1975 and the next year was elected attorney general of Arkansas. In 1978, he became one of the youngest governors the country has ever seen in forty years. Bill Clinton then became the 42nd president of the United States, he served from 1992-2000 and was the second president to be impeached, but was later acquitted in 1999 (“Bill Clinton”).
Lyndon B. Johnson was chosen because of his work on civil rights and poverty. Johnson was born in Stonewall, Texas, on August 27, 1908. Johnson served in WWII where President Roosevelt helped him win a commission in the U.S Naval Reserve as a lieutenant commander. After retiring from the Naval Reserve, he was elected as a senator for Texas in 1948. Johnson soon quickly became the youngest minority leader. In 1961, Johnson was elected alongside John F. Kennedy, soon after President Kennedy was…