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 Elizabeth I: Leading the Path to Empire
 Ben Franklin and the Library Company of Philadelphia: A New Intellectual Nation
 The Euro: How the European Union Led the Movement for Economic Integration
 Robert Clive: Leading the East India Company & Laying the Foundation for the British
 The World Health Organization: Leading the Fight to Eradicate Communicable Disease
 Joga Bonita: How Brazil Led a Soccer Revolution
 Globalization of McDonalds: American Corporations Leading the World’s Economy
 Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev: Leading the World Out of the Cold War
 Bernie Glassman & Greystone Bakery: Model for Balancing the Bottom Line with Social
 Ai Weiwei: Art and Activism in China
 Pierre de Coubertin and the Rebirth of the International Olympic Committee
 Eleanor Roosevelt and the UN Declaration of Human Rights
 Pancho Villa: Leading Northern Mexico
 Benazir Bhutto: Female Leadership for Pakistan
 Toussaint L’Overture: Leading the World’s Only Successful Slave Rebellion
 Nelson Mandela and Frederik Willem de Klerk Ending Apartheid
 Bono: Using Celebrity to Address Global Problems
 Eva & Juan Peron: Leaders of the Argentinian People
 Simon Bolivar: Leading the Fight for Independence from Spain
 Lilly Ledbetter: Leading the Charge for Equal Pay
 Pericles: Guiding the Golden Age of Athens
 Emiliano Zapata: Leadership for “Reforma, Libertad Ley y Justica”
 Emmeline Pankhurst: Leading a Militant Struggle for Women’s Suffrage
 Alexander Dubcek: Leading the Prague Spring
 Saladin: Military Leadership and Religious Tolerance
 Vladimir Lenin: Leading the Russian Revolution
 The Three Leaders: Mazzini, Garibaldi, Cavour and the Unification of Italy
 The International Space Station: Leading an International Effort to Unite Space
 Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak: Bringing Silicon Valley to America’s Homes
 Mother Theresa: Caring for the Destitute of India
 Linking Europe, Africa, and Asia: Ferdinand de Lesseps & Construction of the Suez
 Otto von Bismarck and the Unification of Germany
 The Napoleonic Code: The Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte’s Remarkable Leadership
 Eugene Debs: Leadership of the American Socialist Movement
 George Marshall & The Marshall Plan: Economic Legacy of World War II
 The Truman Doctrine: Setting American Foreign Policy in the Cold War
 The Veterans Administration: Leading the Fight for Veterans Rights
 Finland and Norway: Leading the Resistance to the Soviet Invasion of World War II.
 Marshal Tito and Yugoslavia: Leading a Communist Island
 Dr. Maria Montessori: A New Educational Philosophy
 Ravi Shankar: Blending Eastern and Western Music
 Opha Mae Johnson: Leading the Way for Women in the Marine Corp
 Isabella and Ferdinand: Leaders of the Reconquista
 Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and the Creation of the Modern Turkish Republic
 Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Prize
 Angelina Jolie: Influencing Governments and Public Opinion for Humanitarian Causes
 Elizabeth Bisland and Nelly Bly: Leading the Way for Female Journalists by Racing
Around the World
 Malala Yousafzai: Standing up for the Right to Education
 The Dalai Lama: Promoting Global Peace, Non-Violence, Democracy, Reconciliation
 Mao Zedong: Leader of Modern China
 Wangari Maathai and the Green Belt Movement
 Jimmy Carter, Anwar Sadat, Menachim Begin: Camp David Accords
 Bob Marley: Popular Global Music
 Michael Collins and the Fight for Irish Independence