The Impact Of Human Events On The Development Of Global Societies And Communities

2432 Words Sep 6th, 2016 10 Pages
Through the course of history, we come across heroes, villains, spies, criminals, explorers, dictators, and religious and social leaders. We study these people through a series of different lens, in the same sorts that biologists study cells or DNA. We, as historians, look at people, through the course of history, in order to better comprehend the impact of human events on the development of global societies and communities. Generally, every person bares some culpability in terms of construction or destruction of civilizations, colonies, or countries. When it comes to the study of American History, we tend to focus on the presidents, assassins, or military leaders. We study some people for who they are their accomplishments, achievements, inspirations, and dedications. We look at how they helped progress America, and in some cases, we look at how they ruined America. One former president gets the popularity of either being America’s top leader or most questioned. Our seventh president, Andrew Jackson, from the state of Tennessee, has become one of the most popular and studied. He is nicknamed King Jackson, King Andrew, and “Old Hickory.” President Andrew Jackson’s life and presidency however, I will present the arguments of our colleagues and past scholars on the perspective of Andrew Jackson.
If American historical inscription is more interdisciplinary today than those fifteen years ago, not all fields have borrowed from the social sciences at the same time. The literature…
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