Sometimes the Worst Things in History Make the Most Influence for the Future Have you ever wondered what the world would be like had specific events in history not have occurred? Whether they are the most positive impacts in time or the most negative have you ever thought about what modern life would be like today without those events? Throughout our lives we are raised and influenced by our parents, whom were influenced by our grandparents, whom were influenced by a longer line of our ancestors, etc. Given the fact that history has left so much behind, it is safe to say that history has molded and impacted a lot of the ways we were raised at some point and possibly even our current beliefs and morals. Contrary to popular belief, the following world leaders have a significant background that leads them to have marked the most negative impact in history since the beginning of the 20th century; Ronald Reagan, Osama bin Laden, and Adolf Hitler. Reagan (U.S 1981-1989) had to be considered the worst president of the United States because he not only tripled the national debt, gave rise to unemployment, and attacked the middle class, he also ignored AIDS and funded terrorists. Osama bin Laden (worldwide, 1993-2001) was the millionaire guerrilla fighter who became the world's most notorious terrorist. He was linked to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Centre in New York and a 1995 car bomb in the Saudi capital Riyadh. And Bin Laden's name was burned on to the world's consciousness with the atrocity of September 11, 2001. (Daily Record News 2011). Hitler (Germany, 1939-1945) was responsible for planning and carrying out genocide, waging unlawful war, planning and arranging for the unlawful killing of his opponents.
Many people recognize Ronald Reagan’s name when they see it, but they don’t exactly know what he’s done or why he’s so famous besides the fact that he was an actor. As mentioned earlier, Reagan was responsible for a high rate of unemployment and...
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