Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, championed individual rights & education. His leadership expanded the US, but his slavery ties remain contentious.
George Washington, a Founding Father and the first U.S. President, is celebrated for his military leadership and devotion to a unified nation.
Eleanor Roosevelt: influential First Lady, tireless advocate for underprivileged, UN delegate, key contributor to Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Theodore Roosevelt: youngest U.S. president, “Big Stick” foreign policy creator, progressive reformer, and pioneer of environmental conservation.
Edmund Burke, Irish statesman and philosopher, is renowned as the father of modern conservatism, advocating for ordered liberty and tradition.
Alexander the Great, famed conqueror and king, pioneered cultural fusion, leading to the birth of Hellenistic culture, shaping Western civilization.