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American History - The People and Events that Built a Nation

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by: David Fullen
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Publication Date: May 31, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 620
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781684117482
$34.95

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Book Synopsis
Studying history is the scrutinizing of humanity; it discloses truths about the human plight. When we study history, we learn that people today are very similar to what they were hundreds of years ago. History teaches us that people are essentially analogous to each other, despite where and when they live. While understanding that differences do arise because cultures adapt to different surroundings enables us to empathize with other cultures.
The modern world’s problems can seem terrifying and unsolvable, but as you look back at history, you will see that crime and death rates have been improving. Many tribulations seem minute when they are compared to the ones that humanity has already surmounted, and some seemingly precarious developments fade away when they are examined and compared to the past.
Most people have fixed beliefs of the past, which stem from practical lessons in childhood and the Medias constant misrepresentation of facts and events; this causes us to come to wrong conclusions. Studying history and recognizing those mistakes teaches a valuable lesson about human imperfection; early experiences are little more than a succession of these disclosures. As such, it becomes relatively easy to become secure with the thought that something they believed was a fact could be completely erroneous. The ensuing step is to apply this to other fields, which enables people to become relatively proficient at admitting their errors and correcting them.
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