U.S. Presidents

As the dust settled from the Revolutionary War, America’s founding fathers hashed out a three-branch political system that was entirely novel. An elected civilian—the president of the United States of America—would lead the federal government, enforcing the laws of the land and acting as commander-in-chief of the armed forces, heading a governmental structure that has remained in place for more than 200 years.

U.S. Presidents Videos (55)

U.S. Presidents Videos (55)