10 Worst Presidents in United States History Ever
Peering into the concealed narratives of American presidents, this article unveils lesser-known aspects that shed light on their triumphs, failures, and controversies.
James Buchman was the 15th president of the United States of America between 1857 to 1861. During his time, the United States experienced a series of administrative challenges ranging from poor leadership and economic woes to toxic slavery policies leading to a negative impact on the citizens of the United stage. His inability to provide succour and timely leadership intervention to the secessionist escalated to civil war. James Buchmanan’s controversial support for the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 resulted in riots tagged as “bleeding in Kansas,” which rocked the whole country and cemented his place as one of the worst presidents in United States history.