Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant
This class is from a course called “Profession of Arms, Ethics and Strategic Leadership in the Age of Grant.” Professor Calhoun was a guest lecturer in this class at the U.S. Naval War College.
East Carolina University professor emeritus Charles Calhoun talked about the obstacles President Ulysses S. Grant faced and what he accomplished during his presidency. He spoke about how President Grant’s military background and personality influenced a variety of the decisions he made during his two terms in office.
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Michael Borg Military Professor U.S. Naval War College->Joint Military Operations
Charles W. Calhoun Professor Emeritus East Carolina University->History
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