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The realization of separating the morals of famous people in American history from their contributions By being able to learn both of these views when growing up in a society that seems to only focus on the positive roles children in the school system will not make similar mistakes Perhaps by leaving out these negative aspects of such famous historical figures people will have better role models to look up to In any case to learn all parts of history is true knowledge and will lead to a better societies for people to grow up and live in When people are viewed for their achievements along with their morals or lack there of students learning history can choose for them selves whether or not to idolize these American heroes When Woodrow Wilson ran for office and promised to bring a better sense of equality to the United States but when he was elected he not only ignored this promise but also segregated people in the White House Although Wilson made so many important changes to the structure of the country we must realize he also broke his promises upon entering office This will allow people to come to their own conclusion about the kind of man he was and the accomplishments he made In the case of Helen Keller students realize how important her achievements were learning how to speak while being blind and deaf This lead her to become a large influence in the lives of young women striving to become successful in a male dominated world Along with these contributions to American society she was also a Socialist and celebrated the events taking place in Russia even writing a song about it Many of her books on socialism were burned to protect the young girls of the United States from the
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