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Serving as the first African-American President of the United States of America, Barack Obama has had many major accomplishments. In his first term, the President passed the landmark Affordable Care Act, helping to put quality health care within reach for more Americans. He ended the war in Iraq and is working to responsibly end the war in Afghanistan, passed historic Wall Street reform to make sure taxpayers never again have to bail out big banks, and cut taxes for every American worker. He’s fought for equal rights and a woman’s right to make her own health decisions. And he’s made a college education more affordable for millions of students and their families. This collection includes a tribute to the 44th president of the United State’s historic election and accomplishments.

Number 44: Barack Obama Howard University

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Serving as the first African-American President of the United States of America, Barack Obama has had many major accomplishments. In his first term, the President passed the landmark Affordable Care Act, helping to put quality health care within reach for more Americans. He ended the war in Iraq and is working to responsibly end the war in Afghanistan, passed historic Wall Street reform to make sure taxpayers never again have to bail out big banks, and cut taxes for every American worker. He’s fought for equal rights and a woman’s right to make her own health decisions. And he’s made a college education more affordable for millions of students and their families. This collection includes a tribute to the 44th president of the United State’s historic election and accomplishments.

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