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Barack Obama reached new heights of success, thereby placing his name in a category of the best persons in the world that had not been filled before. This category had not been filled before. A scholarship to study in the United States was awarded to Barack Obama Sr. when he was a youngster and working as a goatherd in the countryside of Kenya. He went on to become the President of the United States.

After receiving his bachelor's degree, Barack Obama went on to study law at Harvard, where he made history by being the first African American to serve as the editor in chief of the Harvard Law Review. Obama is now the 44th president of the United States. After getting his degree, he moved back to Chicago and began teaching constitutional law at the University of Chicago. He also aided in directing a voter registration effort when he was in Chicago. After that, he won the election to become the President of the United States.

In an interview, Barack Obama stated, " I met Michelle in 1989, after my first year of law school, whe

n I took a summer job at Sidley & Austin, I had nothing but she accepted me the way I was, stood by me and built me to be who I am today" Michelle Obama is the former First Lady of the United States. A significant portion of Barack Obama's accomplishments can be credited to his wife, Michelle Obama.

In 2008, the people of the United States of America placed their faith in Barack Obama to lead the nation out of its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. This crisis was the worst the country had experienced economically since the Great Depression. He made steps to create new job possibilities, to save the automobile sector, and to rebuild the economy on a new base that is conducive to both growth and prosperity. He also saved the automotive industry.

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