Schumpeter, a maverick economist of the 20th century, challenged norms with his views on democracy and capitalism. From envisioning them as dynamic systems to critiquing classical theories, his legacy sparks intellectual debates, urging us to rethink the link between politics and economics.
The term "history" refers to the study and recording of previous events. Prehistoric times are those that occurred before the development of written records. "History" is a catch-all phrase that includes not only events of the past but also their recollection, study, collecting, presentation, and interpretation.
Step into the whirlwind of Soviet change, where Bolshevik women shattered norms. From government offices to war fronts, they pioneered gender equality. The 1918 Family Code and workplace reforms ignited a global spark, urging nations to rethink norms.
From Bolshevik dreams to Stalinist realities, the October Revolution's impact on women's emancipation was a tumultuous journey. Amidst civil war and bureaucracy, gender equality glimpses endured, but the collapse of communism brought a human catastrophe.
Unraveling Aztec society's complexity: Macehualtin, vital laborers; Pipiltin, noble rulers; Pochtecas, unexpected bourgeoisie. Threads of toil, privilege, and alliances wove the vibrant tapestry of their civilization.
In 1325, the Aztecs settled on an islet, paying tribute to Azcapotzalco. Prophecies, a temple, and a quest for a ruler led to a royal twist in the 1370s, transforming the Aztecs from reed-dwellers to a society of social hierarchies and nobles, all while holding onto ancient calpullis structures.
Mexico's comic history dates back to the 1920s, and its golden age in the 1930s saw classics like “La Familia Burrón.” While it had its ups and downs, the 1990s brought a rebirth with “Ultrapato” and the rise of Mexican comic studios, promising a bright future for the country's comic scene.
The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 in Russia, led by the likes of Krúpskaya and Samoilova, was a groundbreaking chapter in history, marked by their pioneering efforts for gender equality alongside the quest for socialism, rejecting the label of “feminist”.