Making a Difference In Our World Imagine an individual opens a newspaper and begins to become intrigued in the articles, well this would not have occurred if William Randolph Hearst did not become a huge contributor to the American newspaper chain (" William Randolph Hearst "). This man stayed efficiently remembered through his family and personal life, too his economic and industrial pursuit to the newspaper chains, and lastly his wonderful impact on our society today. William Hearst was born on April 29th 1863. He was born to millionaire couple. Their names George and phoebe.
William Randolph Hearst, who lived to the age of 88, was born on April 29th, 1863 in San Francisco California, and died on August 14th, 1951 in Beverly Hills California. Hearst studied at Harvard with his mind set on writing, inspired by Joseph Pulitzer. Hearst strived to become a better writer through out his life. After Harvard, Hearst met Marion Davies and eventually moved in with her, living in a very elaborate mansion nicknamed Hearst’s Castle. (http://www.zpub.com/sf/history/willh.html).
This latter pursuit soon landed him in hot water with his bosses, however, when he wrote an article critical of Booker T. Washington, a darling of the establishment. In 1905 he turned to the law as a profession, but continued his writing, and also became a popular speaker. By age 24 he was contributing book reviews to the Sun, the Tribune, The Nation, and The New Republic. Harrison served as editor of the magazine The Masses for four years. Soon, Harrison was one of the foremost intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance, which was marked by a number of exciting, talented freethinkers.
It was at this time that Charles Bean realised he preferred writing and teaching to law. By 1908, Charles Bean had been made a junior reporter for ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’. After several successful articles, showing his ability to write the ‘Big Stories’ Bean was assigned as a special correspondent for the Royal Australian Navy to report on the upcoming visit of sixteen American Warships, known as the Great White Fleet. He was later to write a book about his findings which included all his own photographs, drawings and watercolours. In mid-1914 as war quickly approached, Charles Bean was given the task of writing a daily piece on the escalating crisis in Europe.
He was, at different times, their editor, friend, creditor and the link between them. Born in 1884, Perkins was a Harvard graduate of the class of 1907. He worked as a reporter for the New York Times for several years, but a desire for greater stability led him to a job at Charles’ Scribner’s Sons publishing house in 1910. He began as an advertising manager, but by 1914 Perkins was promoted to the editorial department.  There he became known for his ability to recognize upcoming authors, and in 1932 he was made a vice president.
The Life and Legend of Howard Hughes Throughout the 20th century, it has been the media’s job to pinpoint what events and people would prove to be an effective story. This was certainly the case for Howard R. Hughes. Son to the wealthy Howard Hughes Sr., Howard became the interest of the American people and newspapers for most of his life. Being deemed one of the most famous men of the mid-20th century was greatly attributed to Hughes’s skills as an industrialist, aviator, and motion-picture producer combined with his enormous wealth, intellect, and achievement. The media thrived on Howard’s unusual and sometimes scandalous life, especially in his later years when newspapers would frequently front large amounts of money to get stories on Hughes.
The Gracchus brother’s historical significance was they were politicians that were for the people and after their death’s it lead to other leader’s using the same tactic. Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.E.) was a general born of a noble family. This ambitious leader used the military to gain power and was victorious over Spain, Gaul and France. Once he became dictator he immediately worked on his reform by sending thousands of lower income people to the places he defeated due to over population.
Tom and his friend, Jim Casy, reunite with the rest of the Joad family, who were on their way to the Promised Land of California, only to realize that there were thousands of migrants ready to compete for the few hundred jobs available. On the way there, they encounter many people who were starving to death, look... ... middle of paper ... ...concern and earned his reputation as one of the finest authors in America. By incorporating historical, biographical, and working class perspectives, Steinbeck created a novel which opened the eyes of the readers, as well as offer an honor to man’s will to survive. Works Cited "John Steinbeck Biography - Life, Family, Children, Story, School, Mother, Son, Book, Information, Born, House." Encyclopedia of World Biography.
He started as a man loyal to the crown, but then through the disgraceful acts of the British Empire, he turned into a true American. His scientific experiments have revolutionized the world. Franklin is a literal embodiment of American capitalism. He became a true American patriot after Britain's horrible taxation methods. Benjamin Franklin's scientific inventions and experiments have changed the world for ever.
"I wrote a thousand words every day" Jack London is the name you can hear everywhere, his writing appealed to millions of people all around the world. London was an American novelist and short-story writer, who wrote passionately about questions of life and death, surviving. The writer had a lot of adventures, experienced the life at sea, or in Alaska, or in the fields and factories of California, all of these influenced his writing style. Jack London descended from the family of his mother Flora and astrologer and journalist William Chaney. The writer has got his education by himself and with help of a librarian Ina Coolbrith - he has a passion to read books at public libraries.