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Are you a Ben-a-dick Arnold?

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Take these test,... interesting...




Theres more test after you finish the first... have fun


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Anwar Sadat!




Biography:
Anwar Sadat was President of Egypt from 1970 to 1981 and was one of the key architects of peace between Egypt and Israel. A career military professional, he participated in the 1952 coup that overthrew King Farouk, then the leader of Egypt. After becoming president, he embarked on peace negotiations with Israel. He met Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and participated in peace talks at Camp David with Jimmy Carter. In 1979, Sadat and Begin were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. He was assassinated in 1981 in Cairo by religious extremists.

Leadership Attributes:
During a period when most Arab leaders were opposed to Israel on hard-line ideological grounds, Anwar Sadat was realistic. Sadat believed that negotiating with Israel was the path to peace and security. Sadat also carefully studied the domestic Egyptian political atmosphere to ensure that he had the necessary popular support to embark on negotiations with Israel. Sadat's astute leadership marked the beginning of an era of peace and stability between Egypt and Israel.

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George Washington!
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Anwar Sadat!
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Anwar Sadat
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Andrew Jackson

Biography:
Andrew Jackson is considered by historians to be the first modern President. He truly represented the common man, and was elected with high public support. Born in the backwoods of the Carolinas, he overcame his modest background and became a successful lawyer and businessman in Tennessee. He was the first man elected from Tennessee to the House of Representatives, and he served briefly in the Senate. A major general in the War of 1812, Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British at New Orleans. He became President in 1829, and was reelected with a massive popular support and almost five times as many electoral votes as his opponent.

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Andrew Jackson was a pragmatic leader who worked within the patronage-oriented political system that existed then. He was much more focused on domestic politics than foreign policy. Though he could use force — Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British at New Orleans during the War of 1812 — he was a consummate diplomat and skilled negotiator. He was one of the most skillful political leaders of his generation and is credited with reviving the two-party system in this country. Personally, he was boisterous and fiercely jealous of his honor. He engaged in brawls, and in a duel killed a man who insulted his wife.
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Andrew Jackson... Bastard son of Tito. :lol:
Personally, he was boisterous and fiercely jealous of his honor. He engaged in brawls,
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Andrew Jackson
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Jackson and T.R.
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Anwar Sadat!
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William C. Westmoreland!
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Anwar Sadat and William T. Sherman.
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Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson!


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Biography:
Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson was born in Clarskburg, Virginia. His parents died when he was young, and he lived with his uncle who secured an appointment for him at West Point. He was one of the best-loved generals of the South. He earned his name at 1st Bull Run, when his unit was described as standing its ground like a "stone wall." His masterpiece was the the Shenandoah Valley campaign of 1862, a diversion that prevented the Union forces from reinforcing McClellan on the Virginia Peninsula. Many historians consider this to be one of the most brilliant military campaigns in history.

Leadership Attributes:
Stonewall commanded the loyalty and love of his soldiers. Lee praised Stonewall for his daring and improvisation in battle. He was one of Lee's most trusted commanders, and Lee was dismayed at his death, saying he had lost his right hand. Jackson preferred not to control from headquarters, but to be where the action was. In fact, when he died he was returning from a reconnaissance mission and was shot by his own troops.
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Sadat and Grant.
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Sadat and Bradley.
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