There is no doubt for anyone who has followed Barack Obama's presidency that, in years to come, he should be looked upon with great, great regard. He was the first African American president, a phenomenal speaker and one of the most cerebral politicians America has ever produced.
Sadly, much of Obama's real legacy will not be understood for many, many years to come -- largely because much of the enormous good he has done has been behind the scenes, and without a great deal of publicity. Legislatively of course, he will be mostly remembered for passing Obamacare into law -- a vital piece of legislation that has saved thousands of lives and prevented financial disaster for millions of Americans.
But this is not Obama's true legacy.
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