In his first four years it wasn’t so much the large things that defined him, as it was the little things.
Embracing his father’s anti-colonial position, he immediately sent the previously bestowed bust of Winston Churchill back to London.
After all, why would he want to look at a daily reminder of one of the greatest leaders of anti-fascism?
Immediately upon election, he embarked upon an around-the-world apology tour. Bowing to foreign potentates, he assured the Third World countries that we would try to be more like them, while treating...