#5. Grover Cleveland – (1885-1889 and 1893-1897)
Grover Cleveland was a tremendously hard working president. He began to reform the federal government and at the same improved civil service to get better workers. Cleveland forced the railroads to return 81 million acres of government which they had taken illegally. When a railroad strike in Chicago interfered with the mail he sent the federal troops at once to clear up the matter. Imbued his virtues of hard work and honesty into the federal government which indeed made it very efficient and also gained confidence from the people. Cleveland really is the most underrated president ever in United States history.