The Education of Henry Adams Essay | The Making of a Classic

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The Making of a Classic

Summary: Evaluates The Education of Henry Adams and his theory of history
The Education seems to bring up more questions than it answers, but its message is simple and straightforward - aside from explaining the nature of a classical education, bringing to light a new theory to understanding history, and providing a first person perspective of the one of the most important parts of the history of the United States of America - it gives us a fair warning of how to deal with the forces that drive history, warning us to remember that force strong enough to drive humanity is also strong enough to destroy it. The forces Adams deals with are the classics and scientific development, with time and preparation humanity should learn to combine and economize those forces and any other that may arise in the future. One might say that a third force is developing, the force of diplomacy, this force is strongly...

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