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We all know that history has proceeded weary different for peoples from different parts of the globe In the 13000 years since the end of the last ice age some parts of the world developed literate industrial societies with metal tools other parts developed only nonliterate farming science and still others societies of hunter-gatherers with stone tools Those historical inequalities have cast long shadows on the modern world page 13 These lines perhaps the most famous of many renowned excerpts of Jared Diamonds The Guns Germs and Steel that history has different peoples and different parts of many countries all of that happened on 13000 years ago Jared Diamond wrote his book to answer many questions that he had such as what can we learn from all of Polynesia about environmental influences on human societies Page 57 And he has other question that he answered in his book He posed his question 25years ago Jared Diamond and Yali spend finding the differences of agriculture and people societies And how it takes advantages from one to the other During that time when the author wrote this book they read a technical studies to confirmation the inborn differences History constitutes a brief small-scale natural experiment that tests how environments affect human societiespage 54 The Guns Germs and Steel should be required in 9th grade global history class Our education need to improve that make student get more knowledge that also need more challenge for student The common core standards that improve our education the author has a detailed explanation of and a perfect achievement to get more knowledge when they have to go to collage Before we begin to show how Guns Germs and Steel satisfies the requirements of the Common Core
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