Leaders in History
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The paper looks at George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Dr. Martin Luther King, W.E.B. Dubois and Jesus Christ. The paper discusses how these two past presidents, two civil rights leaders and Jesus Christ provide a base for many of the foundational backdrops of society today. The paper is of the opinion that these five men produced the blueprint for a peaceful and fair society which makes them five of the greatest leaders of all time.
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