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J.Barbara
Answered: Mar 07, 2018
Conquer any Indian tribes and move them to Indian Territory
The “Lewis and Clark Expedition” was the 1st expedition launched by Americans that cross and explore the western...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
Joseph Stalin, once leader of the Soviet Union either died of a massive heart attack on March 5, 1953, or he may have died from a stroke, caused by high blood pressure. There are conflicting...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
According to one of the urban dictionaries, badass refers to “a troublemaker, especially one who is rough, tough, mean, or, sometimes, violent”. Using this definition, I guess I agree...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
Napoleon’s Russian campaign ended in failure because of the Russian weather, poor discipline and disease among the troops which was also partially due to the weather, and Napoleon’s...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 08, 2020
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
I would nominate Mary, Queen of Scots, as one of the most overrated historical figures. She has been called a Catholic martyr and she certainly suffered a lot during her life. Her father died...Read More

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Jason B. Elster
Answered: Mar 22, 2018
Henry VIII was the king of England for 36 years. He is probably considered a game changer in English Monarchy because he supported the Church of England, separating from the Catholic Church after...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
I don’t think Genghis Khan was a revered legend and I believe he should be viewed the same as Hitler. Revere, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary means to “regard as worthy of...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
Sybil Ludington is a forgotten American Revolutionary war heroine. Everyone remembers Paul Revere and his famous midnight ride. But did you know that he wasn't the only one riding on horseback at...Read More

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Jason B. Elster
Answered: Mar 22, 2018
Aristotle is so famous because he is one of the famous Greek “thinkers”. He studied virtually every subject and developed many theories which lasted well into the 20th century. His...Read More

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Zoey H. Rusell, Data Analyst
Answered: Apr 18, 2018
Henry VIII married six times for various reasons, including love, the desire to have a male heir and politics. He divorced his first wife, Katherine of Aragon, because he was obsessed with and in...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
I would vote for Mother Teresa to be the most influential woman in history. She died in 1997 when she was 87 years old. She was famous for ministering to lepers, the homeless and the poor people...Read More

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B.Mary
Answered: Mar 27, 2018
Queen Isabella I was one of the most influential queens in history. Although she ruled together with her husband, King Ferdinand II of Aragon, it was Queen Isabella who encouraged and sponsored...Read More

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Jason B. Elster
Answered: Mar 22, 2018
Yes, I do agree with most all of the sayings of Plato. Plato is probably best known for his saying, “Ignorance, the root and stem of all evil”. Sometimes this is confused with...Read More

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