The most used words by the different US presidents in state of the union addresses are:
President James Madison : war British enemy (Used in 1812,1813)
President: Andrew Jackson :public people great(Used in 1832,1830, 1833)
President: Andrew Johnson: Constitution (Used in 1865,1866, 1867)
President: Ulysses S. Grant : Time ((Used in 1876,1873, 1875)
President: Rutherford B. Hayes : Public (Used in 1877,1878, 1879, 1880)
President: Barack Obama : People
President: George Washington ; Public peace.
Glancing at those words through the years , I can see that all the presidents in their speech in addressing union was based on how the public should respect the Constitution and from the speech, all those president perceive the citezens as the main determinant of good government because they are the one that voted in the president.
<h3>What is State of the Union Address ?</h3>
The State of the Union Address serves as the annual message that is usually delivered in every year joint session of congress in the united state by the president.
This is usually delivered on current condition of the nation with each of the president having their preferred usage of words.
The correct answer of the given question above would be the third option. Here is the complete answer. In "The World is Too Much with Us," what accounts for people's being "out of tune" is <span>their over-involvement with economic aspects of life. Hope this answers your question.</span>
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