It’s Election Day! Which means you need to go vote if you live in the United States–that’s my public service announcement for the day.
And, so as not to offend my international audience, please insert “prime minister” or “king” or “emperor” in place of “president” in the title of today’s post if you would like.
With the presidential theme in mind, today’s post is simple: What characters from literature would make a good president or a bad president?
Obviously, a good president must be a strong leader–decisive, convicting, charismatic, articulate, and so on. He or she needs to be morally sound—although the definition of sound morals might vary.
So here’s who I propose would be excellent—and awful—presidential leaders:
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