Ken Wolf's "Personalities and Problems" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Ken Wolf's "Personalities and Problems"
A review and analysis of Ken Wolf's book "Personalities and Problems".
# 72242 | 1,356 words | 1 source | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in History (Leaders) , English (Analysis)

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This paper reviews the thesis, main points and methodology of Ken Wolf's book, "Personalities and Problems". Great leaders approach to history.

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"In "Personalities and Problems", historian Ken Wolf employs the great leaders approach to history, befitting his premise that history is the study of human beings who make it. His choices of interesting people are grounded in his preferences and he acknowledges that others may have chosen different people as more interesting or worthwhile to write about. The historical figures in the book are political leaders, thinkers or religious leaders and explorers. Wolf's thesis is that we cannot understand human beings adequately if we separate their political behavior from..."

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