1) Simon Bolivar(Liberator of South America) - 6 liberating all of northern South America changed history, however by the end of his life there were many uprisings and he was close to departing for exile, but died before he could.
2) George Washington - Being a U.S. native, a 10 He was a brilliant strategist as a general and when some wanted to make him King, he refused, he wanted a free, democratic and united country. This nation would not be the nation it is today without him. Who knows what it would be?
3) Stalin - 0 - Sorry, but this man was responsible for more deaths than the vile Adolph Hitler, over a million for so called "political" offenses along with more millions executed or exiled to imprisonment and work camps where they died of starvation and disease. Millions of Russians as well as other ethnic groups were slaughtered at the hand of Stalin. Even the former Soviet Union took down all statues of Stalin. The 2 pieces of disgusting lowlife killers Hitler and Stalin deserve nothing but distain. And although Stalin made a few accomplishments, the 10-20 million deaths at his own hands far outweighs anything IMO.
4) Julius Caesar - Definitely the first name that pops up when I think about Roman history. 7, he was assassinated by members of his own senate. But he did conquer Gaul among other accomplishments and how about that Calender? .
5) Napoleon - 8 Played a major role in the history and evolution of France. He was a bright man, he granted constitutions, introduced law codes, abolished feudalism, created efficient governments and fostered education, science, literature and the arts. He was a great leader, that is over looked by some because of Waterloo. But his down fall came over his decision to invade Russia, the odds were impossible and he was exiled.
6) Martin Luther King - 10, Martin Luther King has hundreds of awards for his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement, his nonviolent crusades to end injustices because of racism in American life was beyond impressive. This man was threatened at every turn in his life, but he continued on with the goal of fulfilling his dreams.
7) Gandhi - 10 Through peace he freed a country (Through PEACE)
8) John F Kennedy - 6 his time in office was cut short, WWIII was avoided after the Cuban Missile Crisis when he allowed the attempted invasion of Cuba (Bay of Pigs); and then you have the large number of troops he allowed to be sent to Nam. He did have administrative programs that became the foundation for major growth in welfare and regulatory agencies. Civil rights,and Labor Unions were domestic issues for Kennedy. The space race....I give him a 6 at best
9) Fidel Castro - 2 - I'm sure there are positives, but all I can think of is the refugees that risked their likes to come to the U.S. and what they have had to say about Castro.
10) Jesus(Yes even Historians concede that he existed) - 10 (no explanation needed)