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Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes. Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi had been a cruseless crusader against many social evils that plagued the Indians. The article Gandhi the ceaseless crusader brings to light his ceaseless struggle against the atrocities and injustices committed against women. Crusader of women’s equality It was Gandhi’s relentless efforts that that saw women becoming equal participants in all walks of life. He often adressed...
Who were the nationalists, what prompted them to seek a new government, and did they succeed? The nationalists were mostly military officers, diplomats, and officials who had served in the Continental Congress. There political outlook was thus more national, rather than state or local. Shay’s Rebellion prompted leaders who had a more national view to seek as stronger more central government. Nationalists, although having attempted to increase the powers of the Confederation...
The Effects of the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution was absolutely beneficial to the progress of the world from the 1800s all the way to present day. Sacrifices were made which allowed technological advancements during the Industrial Revolution, which in turn, created happiness, life opportunities, and an over-all, definite amelioration of life. At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, many hardships had to be overcome, causing great grief to most of the population....
History of the Opium War: 1840-1842 Opium War is mainly about the trade triangle of Great Britain, India, and China. The book goes in great detail on how opium was extracted, produced, and traded to china from India. Great Britain was in control of India as a colony. Using its villages as opium plants, India traded the drug to china for tea. Tea was consumed by the English heavily. Therefore trade to the Chinese was important for economic and social circumstances. It also had a political...
Conflicting National Interests after World War II At various times in global history, nations have acted in ways that cause conflict with other nations. Germany had conflict with the U.S and Europe in two different situations. Germany and the U.S had the Berlin airlift situation. Germany and Europe had the Treaty of Versailles disagreement. The treaty of Versailles ended military actions against Germany in World War 1. The treaty had been signed for official peace between Germany and...
General William Tecumseh Sherman; Hero, Criminal and Terrorist It is said, “The victor writes history.” In no case is this better illustrated than that of William Tecumseh Sherman. In most history books Sherman is touted as nothing less than a hero. It is often said he was the first modern general because of his use of total war. To many in the southern United States, Sherman was no hero. In the State of Georgia, many people even in present day revere William Tecumseh Sherman...
Analysis of The Cold War When World War II in Europe came to an end on May 7, 1945, a new war was just beginning. This war became known as the Cold War and was between the two world superpowers, the United States (US) and the Soviet Union (USSR). The Cold War lasted from 1945 to 1991. Fears between the two nations, which started in World War I, and grew in World War II, caused the Cold War to break after the end of World War II. The conflict in the Cold War was the difference in politics...
Did the American Revolution Produce a Christian Nation? Two essays in the book Taking Sides (Book titles must be underlined or italicized) are presented in the debate overas to whether or not the American Revolution produced a Christian nation. Nathan Hatch believes that the Revolution and Christianity went hand in hand, while Jon Butler suggests that the Revolution did not produce a Christian nation because prior to the Revolution the colonists never called themselves a Christian nation. So...
Social and Economic Structure of the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution is a term describing major changes in the economic and social structure of many western countries in the 1700’s and 1800’s. At the beginning of the 1700s most of Europe’s people lived and worked on the land. By the time the 1800s ended, most Europeans were city dwellers, earning a living in factories or offices. As work became unavailable on the land, huge numbers of Europeans migrated...
In Memory of World War I Soldiers Two weeks ago Palestine and Israel started to war for their conviction. Two countries fighting for a piece of land that what it is. However, in the beginning of the 20 century the world was fighting for the human rights. A lot of men died during this war, soldiers who were before everything human being with feelings, who died for their aim and believes. Some of them ,to forget their misery decided to write poems such as Alfred Joyce Kilmer and Rupert Brooke....