Thomas Alva Edison

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He was the youngest of seven children and a very mischievous child who loved to play pranks. According to Richards (1984), at the age of six Thomas, whose nickname was "Al," for Alva, set a fire in his father's barn, "just to see what it would do" (p. 82). Al was also stubborn and difficult to raise...
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82). Al was also stubborn and difficult to raise. His teachers didn't believe he had much intelligence, labeled him as retarded, and expelled him from school. However as history proves, Al was not retarded, but rather had a great curiosity about everything, especially how things worked. His education can be attributed to independent study, training, and his mother...
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