The traditional study of world history tells us that history is made primarily by people wearing funny hats. In today’s episode of Crash Course, I argue that history is actually made by people like us.
Thanks for watching and sharing Crash Course. I hate encouraging people to share stuff they like—I mean, obviously if you like something you will share it—but…yeah. If you like Crash Course, and you want it to continue to be a thing, sharing is the most efficient way to make that happen.
If you’re interested in history and want to have fun learning new things, then this is the way to do it, y’all. Not only does John Green write deeply beautiful and amazing novels, he presents history in a fun, engaging way — and does it because he likes history.
We all could learn from him (and his brother Hank, of course!).