Which Us president was responsible for the grain embargo?
In the 70's there had been e tremendous raise in grain exports to the Soviet Union, resulting in a steady rise in grain prices, which had led to banks readily offering loans at low interest rates and to farmers investing heavily and getting heavily into debt. All this investment however led to overproduction and consequently to a drop in grain prices and then, to a drop in land values. At the same time, interest rates… Read More
The US was hurt most by the Embargo Act of 1807. The act restricted trade to England and was imposed by President Thomas Jefferson.
US President Abraham Lincoln is directly responsible for the creation of the Department of Agriculture.
Ultimately, the President is responsible for all US interests. He is the highest statesman and military leader, and those title come with innumerable concerns.
When US President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked the Senate to pass a resolution authorizing the President, at his discretion, to embargo arms shipments to aggressor nations, the Senate decided to amend the requested resolution. The Senate believed that if a president embargoed arms to an aggressor nation, it might involve the US in a war. The Senate therefore amended the resolution to embargo all nations should a dispute arise among both friendly and aggressive nations… Read More
Johnson will most likely be held responsible for sending the most US troops into Vietnam.
yes. it is a high form of accountability, especially to uphold the US constitution. Then he is responsible for the duties of the president.
William McKinley was president during the annexation of Hawaii.
aloha this embargo was placed in 2001 because japan wouldn't sell electronics to the us
the US. President approves treaties.
Oil embargo affected the US in a few ways. The main way the US was affected by OPEC.
The embargo resulted in the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Ultimately, yes. As the elected leader of the US, the President is responsible for the economy as part of domestic policy. Remember also the words on the sign on President Harry Truman's desk, "The buck stops here." (pun intended--but no less true.)
In 1960, Washington imposed a trade embargo
The year was 1803 and Jefferson was the US President that completed the deal.
The embargo of 1807 was purposed by president Jefferson it cut off trade with Great Britten, and France because of their impressment of American sailors. This was Us way of not going to war with both country's but what the embargo really did was ruined the economy of America so it hade to be removed. 5 years later on June18 1812 congress deck ears war on Britton
Richard Nixon, not lyndon johnston
Where is the list of duties of the US president saying he is responsible for no person on US soil being impoverished?
me you and him
The writer of the National Anthem was Francis Scott Key. It was not a President that was responsible for the National Anthem. For more information on Francis Scott Key, check out the related link.
Which US president in the early 1960s was responsible for getting the US space program up a running that eventually put a man on the moon in 1969?
It was President John F. Kennedy
Communications were watched/screened; seaports and airports enforced the embargo.
what were the effects of the Arab OPEC oil embargo on the U.S
The United States established a trade embargo against Cuba on October 19, 1960. The embargo does not include exports for medicine and food.
The Embargo Act of 1807 was designed by President Thomas Jefferson to forbid exports to the warring nations in Europe. This was mainly directed at France and England, each of which did not want American exports to reach their enemies. The net effect was that the US economy suffered, as shipping to Europe was greatly hampered. The Act was abolished in 1809 to give the US economy a lift and return exporting and shipping from… Read More
What is the current foreign policy WHERE? (in the US) The President is responsible for foreign policy.
The main reason the United States put an embargo on Cuba was because of pressure from US business whose property had been nationalized by the Cuban government without payment. Another reason for the embargo was pressure from refugees and immigrants from Cuba, who favored actions taken against Castro's government. There is a link below to an article on the embargo.
Lyndon Baines Johnson increased US presence in Vietnam after president Kennedy started us involvement with US soldiers who were armed, and who fought the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong but who were called "advisors".
It revived the Federalist Party where US now depended on business for its economy. The Federalists won 1 state-Massachussetts. US shipping declined greatly. The embargo act was a political and economical disaster for the US
In the US, the department leaders are known as cabinet secretaries and make up the President's cabinet. The US President is responsible for choosing his cabinet members but they must be confirmed by the US Senate before they can take office.
If the US ordered no Merchant Vessels from Great Britain would be allowed into any US ports; that would be an embargo against England. Or a restriction for importing goods from or to Honduras.
The President is the Commander in Chief and he rules/commands of all the US Military Forces (US Navy, US Air Force, US Army (US Marines are part of the US Navy) 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The US Senate selects the vice-president if no candidate receives a majority of the electoral vote.
embargo on japan
The US Navy is responsible to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who report to the President of the United States.
The US had put an oil embargo on Japan for invading other nations especially China. They also intended to Invade the Dutch East Indies to get their oil. President Roosevelt was negotiating with the Japanese about lifting the oil embargo. They attacked prematurely without word from the Japanese delegates in Washington, DC. Japan in essence declared war on the United States.
Cabinet secretaries report directly to the President and serve at his discretion. Their appointments do have to be approved by the US Senate.
the US supported Israel in a regional conflict
Which future US President submitted a plan to change the Articles of Confederation which led to creating the US Constitution?
It was James Madison who was responsible for the plan to change the Articles of Confederation. Madison served as the 4th U.S. President.
the oil embargo was set in 1941... you know, before we made them mad and they bombed pearl harbor.
The executive branch of the US government includes the President, Vice-President, Cabinet, independent federal agencies, and US armed forces. The power of the executive branch lies with the President, who is responsible for implementing and enforcing the laws written by Congress.