Suggested Leaders

On Friday the proposal for the Leadership Project is due.  This post will include a list of a few leaders that you might be able to choose. 

Any proposal will be considered. 
Only one leader will be chosen per class.
Mr. Duez will determine which proposal wins the right to profile that leader. 
Make your proposal count.

Of course there are literally hundreds of people who could be considered World Leaders.  So keep in mind that you need to do these things with your proposal:
For Friday:
Write a proposal to do the project on a particular leader of interest to you. In the proposal should be:
1) Who is the leader?
2) Why are they important to you?
3) What accomplishments do they have and how have they led people?
4) What do you propose to do for the product portion of the project - video, power point, poster, skit, song?

Here's the list:
Adam Smith
Adolf Hitler
Albert Einstein
Anne Frank
Barack Obama
Baron de Montesquieu
Benazir Bhutto
Benito Mussolini
Booker T. Washington
Che Guevera
Chinese students in Tiananmen Square
Clarence Thomas
Colin Powell
Condeleeza Rice
Dalai Lama
Desmond Tutu
Elizabeth I
Emperor Justinian I
Franklin D. Roosevelt
George H. W. Bush
George W. Bush
Hideki Tojo
Hillary Clinton
Ho Chi Minh
Jean Jacques Rousseau
John Locke
John Maynard Keynes
John McCain
Joseph Stalin
Julius Caesar
Karl Marx
Kofi Anan
Lech Walesa
"Louis, Mary, and Richard Leakey"
Mao Zedong
Margaret Thatcher
Martin Luther King
Maximilien Robespierre
Mikhail Gorbachev
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Mother Teresa
Napoleon Bonaparte
Nelson Mandela
Oscar Romero
Pope John Paul II
Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan
Rosa Parks
Rudy Giuliani
Sarah Palin
Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Jefferson
V. I. Lenin
Voltaire (François Marie Arouet)
WEB DuBois
Winston Churchill
Woodrow Wilson

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