Men of Magnitude

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A man of magnitude is the one whose contributions and works have significantly affected the functions of society. Society can benefit on the macro level from the efforts of the men of magnitude.

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Men of MagnitudeA man of magnitude is the one whose contributions and works have significantly affected the functions of society. Society can benefit on the macro level from the efforts of the men of magnitude [Matt Crager (2013)]. Charles Darwin gave the scientific evidence to explain the evolutionary process of life on earth. He explained that all life evolved from their ancestors and gradually changed shapes due to environmental changes happening around. His work is the foundation to modern biology and modern research on life and evolutionary processes are based on the works of Charles Darwin. He significantly changed the ways of looking at life and biological research that is why he is a man of magnitude [Adrian J. Desmond (2014)]. Winston Churchill was the leader of the Great Britain whose leadership qualities enabled 2 the British forces in the World War to gain motivation a

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