Many people in history are remembered because of the great things they did during lifetime. Some like Johannes Gutemberg, are remembered for creating very efficient inventions, some others like Michaelangelo are known for being the mastermind behind magnificient masterpieces of artwork, and others like Mother Theresa or Siddartha Gautama are known for their noble teachings and their great kindness, humbleness and solidarity towards the other people.
But the list that makes up, people remembered taking a mayor role in an event that changed completely the entire human history is very short.
The people who make up this list, are those who by their bold, courageous and noble actions were able to overcome the odds, no matter how big their disadvantage was, and triumphed in the name of liberty, justice and equality, people like Samuel Adams.

But who is this guy anyway? Well, Samuel Adams was known for being a prospect of Boston politics. He was the son of a merchant and brewer, but he lacked the skills that his dad possessed. He was a poor brewer, and a terrible man for business, but what he lacked in those areas, he excessed in politic matters. Along his life, he went from being a simple tac collector in the city of Boston, to the elected governor of Massachusetts in 1794- 1796.
And not only that, but he was also a delegate to the First Continental Congress and most importantly the leader of the Sons of Liberty

He along side with John Hancock, were the Bostonian leaders who showed an advocated passion of achieving independence from Britain, even before the Revolution Wars were fought. When the Stamp act, Sugar act, amd Townshend Act came to Boston, it was Samuel Adams the one who influenced and convinced the colonists to protest against these unfair taxes placed on them without any kind of representation.
When the Boston Tea Party came around, Samuel Adams played his part of the gsme. Adams was responsible for making a meeting at Old South Meeting House in Boston. In which they argued that the ship known as “Darthmout” and other two could leave the Boston harbor, without paying the import duties. But governor Hutchinson, who was current governor of the time, refused to allow the ships to leave without paying taxes. It was here that Adams said “This meeting can do nothing further to save the country,” but ss the popular story says, this wasn’t what the British thought, but it was actually a signal phrase to let the patriots know that the “Tea Party” had begun. He then pretended sttempted to control the large groups of people that were trying to leave, while 30 to 120 men disguised as Mohawk Indians and threw 342 chests full of tea into the ocean. When the deed was done, Adams told the people, “that’s why I dind’t want you to leave, because the meeting wans’t over, just yet…” and when the British claimed that was an intolerable act of vandalism and insubordination, Samuel Adams argued that those actons were actually principled protests and the only ways for the people to defend their legitimate rights.

He also, helped out in the guidance of the Congress towards issuing the Declaration of Independence in 1776, he helped draft the Articles of Confederation and the Massachusetts Constitution, and when all this was done he decided to retire from the Congress, and went back to Massachusetts to take a political charge or office and it was here that he was elected the governor of Massachusetts. He later died in October 2nd, 1803.

As the speaker and human right activist Malcolm X “El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz” said this man defended his rights and freedom “By any means necessary.” And in the end that was the factor that him so famous and known among the colonists, and so worth of writting a biography for the historians of those times