Presidents can not borrow money and can only spend money that is appropriated by Congress, so Presidents can not make debt except indirectly, by encouraging Congress to borrow and by not vetoing bills to increase the national debt. In number of dollars, President Obama has approved the most money in debt. However, the value of the dollar have been greatly reduced and the population has greatly increased, so it difficult to say which president borrowed the most. Demands for federal funds have greatly increased from 1932 on, so it is probably safe to say that one of the more modern presidents has spent the most in "real" dollars, whatever that means.
1. greatly increased powers of the central government 2. lack of a bill of rights
Federalism is established in the constitution, but the federal government's power and responsibilities increased greatly after the Civil War, and during the Great Depression.
California's population jumped high in numbers due to a flow of settlers coming hoping to make their fortune by finding gold in said gold rush.
Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Lyndon B. Johnson was the president who greatly escalated US involvement the conflict in Vietnam. He sent some 500,000 US troops there.
Lyndon Johnson greatly escalated America's involvement in the Vietnam War.
Eisenhower believed in the domino theory that justified intervention in Vietnam and he sent advisors to support the non-Communist government there. Kennedy greatly increased the military aid sent to Vietnam and had the US deeply involved there. Johnson then escalated the War greatly. So, you could say that Eisenhower started it, Kennedy made it inevitable and Johnson really made it a war.
The amount of oxygen increased greatly
The Vietnam War spanned three US presidencies. The first troops were sent in by President John F. Kennedy (as military advisers, the war was then greatly expanded under President Lyndon Johnson, and then was further expanded, and eventually ended (unsuccessfully) under President Richard Nixon.
The Suez Canal, a man-made waterway in Egypt, greatly increased trade for Britain in India.
Petroleum (oil) was first discovered in North Dakota in 1951 and greatly increased North Dakota's wealth.
After the war, the power of the federal government did greatly increase.
the other nations lost some confidence in the League the League increased its effectiveness the President was greatly encouraged