It is a step closer towards federal reconsideration about recreational use. Like The Huffington Post claims, “Legalization would be a beautiful thing,” but slow and steady wins the race. Their is a tremendous amount of benefits it could bring us all; for example, increase in jobs and experimentations, over time, collection of tax revenues can be redistributed throughout our communities, it could start building investments into discovering more about other unharmful, natural remedies. Business would boom and eventually destroy every other enterprise in the market. The government would even have money left over to start paying the national debt because it is only increasing.
After the Civil War, the Second Industrial Revolution was established due to America’s rapid growth for industry and economics. Capitalists during the industrial period of 1875-1900’s were either accused of being a robber baron or a captain of industry. Some capitalists leaders who were accused of being a robber baron or captain of industry included J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew W. Mellon, and John D. Rockefeller. A robber baron is a business leader who gets rich through cruel and scandalous business practices. The captains of industry is a business leader who wants to better the companies in a way that it would be positively contributing to the country.
The last reason that the wealthy industrialists are Captains of Industry is because of the new technologies that were invented during this time period. These new technologies helped not only the economic growth but also sparked ideas on how to organize businesses. For example this is shown in the article “The Gilded Age” when the author says “new technologies and new ways of organizing business led a few individuals to the top.” Another example of this is shown in the article “The Development of Industrial State” the author states “An outburst of new technological innovation in the late 19th century fueled this headlong economic growth.” This evidence really shows that when most people hear new technologies they think of just the new inventions. But what they don 't think of is how these new technologies help and improve the
The narrator of the novel is Nick Carraway, a former soldier whom is now selling bonds in New York. This novel has become significant because it has given us a deeper outlook into human nature and what one will do to reach their American Dream. In this novel, James Gatz’s goal, aka Jay Gatsby, is to become rich, make something of himself and marry Daisy in order to improve his social status. He does end up becoming very rich, but not without compromising his morals. People have been duped by Gatsby’s prosperous image that they do not see him as anything but the embodiment of greatness.
He has these ideas of making America strong and wealthy, yet he shows no evidence or plan to do so. He joins in this time of solidarity in order to make America collectively the same. This appearance of harmony in the country from the president seizes Americans hearts and makes the people love him. President Trump’s inaugural address ventures into his vision of what America will become under his new found presidency. He uses a strong and confident tone to persuade the audience of what he’s saying, even if it’s not backed up well by
Leonid includes a question at the end which was very effective in his argument because it will make the audience think that its time for a change. "How long can America remain a world class power if we constantly emphasize social skills and physical prowess over academic achievement and intellectual ability?" This persuades the audience in America because if they want their nation to be strong, they have to encourage nerds on what they do so nerds can grow up and help our economy on what they specialize
In 19 century, Europe underwent a transformation due to the Industrial Revolution. The Economic expansion followed the rapid changes also caused political dissention and social revolution in industrialized nations. People wanted to leave their native countries due to unemployment repressive governments or at a lack of opportunity. American settlers wrote letters to family members and friends abroad describing their streets as they paved with gold. A lot of immigrants were pulled to America with visions of wealth and the promise of freedom, equality, and
With a revolution brewing, the oil companies began to look like safe havens . Additionally the companies offered the Huastects a greater than was possible income than through farming. The hiring of the Huastects, depicts a sharp contrast to previously racist notions. Although they may have done menial jobs, the hiring shows that Latin American nations, were willing to change in order to advance. The need for workers made it so that any labourer would be accepted and used in order to develop the nation.
His actions might be justified from the standpoint that anything since he was part of the losing crowd he might as well join the crowd that is winning, also known as By blackmailing Ram Persad, the other driver, Balram is promoted and drives Ashok and Pinky to their new home. Ashok is even convinced India is surpassing the USA, "There are so many more things I could do here than in New York now...The way things are changing in India now, this place is going to be like America in ten years". Balram is noticing the rapid growth as well. From the beginning of his story he knows that in order to rise above his caste he should become an entrepreneur. Although his taxi service is not an international business, Balram plans to keep up with the pace of globalization and change his trade when need be.
These impacts are causing some troubles and modifying the growth of the nation. Generally, globalization makes competitions among enterprises become more intense than ever and workers could be laid off any minutes. Despite the negative impacts globalization also has its positive ones in order to improve the market of products and enhance commercial development. Therefore, this paper, as the result of our research, aims to answer three questions: What is globalization? ; What are its impacts on civil society in Vietnam?, and How can the young people and/or CSOs formed by the youth in Vietnam be well prepared for the new development era of the country?