The history of the United Nations clearly demonstrates that individual
people can make a difference in the world. One man, Woodrow Wilson, led
to the founding of the League of Nations, the precursor to the United
Nations. One man, Franklin D. Roosevelt, caused the creation of the
United Nations, an organization which would impact the world for
generations to come. One man, Tom DeWeese, questioned the morality and
organization of the United Nations. One man, Kofi Annan, responded to
these challenges by spawning a massive reform of the United Nations.
Will you be the next person to make a difference? Even if you donít have
global power and influence of the aforementioned people, you can make a
difference in your community. Keep up to date with politics, both
national and international. Vote in every election, email your local
government officials about their policies you do or do not approve of,
and inform others about politics and diplomacy.
trust you have both enjoyed and benefited from your visit to our
website. We hope we have inspired all citizens of the world, especially
the rising generation, to become involved in government, politics, and
diplomacy. Please email us with your comments at
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