In the novel, Fitzgerald illustrated the separation of social classes among three ideologies that were known as; no money, new money, and old money. The “no money” class were meagerly viewed and were civilianized as people with no integrity or moral views. The people of no money lack valuable materials and are even dismantled as human beings, and therefore they are living in the valley of ashes. The valley of ashes illustrate the decay of moralistic and social representation that outcomes from the unrestrained quality of wealth they lack. One of the major quotes stated by Nick’s father was "Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone," he told me, "just remember that all the people in this world haven 't had the advantages that you 've had."
In 1516 , the term "Utopia" was used by Sir Thomas More in his book by the same name which depicts an imaginary country names Utopus , a country based on social equality and freedom from conflict (Sisk). In his article "Dystopia", David Sisk gives a brief background on the origin of the word utopia ,asserting that it is " derived from the Greek ou ("not" or "no") and topos (place), a utopia is "no place," a land that does not exist"(607). To oppose the idea of utopia, dystopian literature flourished into being . While utopia is the good place , Dystopia literally means a bad place (Sisk 607). The term was first used by British MP John Stuart Mill in 1868 in his criticism of the government 's policy in Ireland (Shannon).However, it did not become widely used until the mid 19th century.
Tryston Strickland Dr. Norwood Honors English IV March 8, 2018 The Flaw: Human Nature In Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad shows human nature’s tendency toward callousness through the use of greed, imperialism, and darkness. Throughout the book the topics of greed, imperialism, and heartlessness give examples of the flaw that humans cannot fix. Humans tend to help others when there is a benefit for them to gain. This greed drives humans to overlook the unthinkable in order to satisfy their lust for power and money. The attempted help of the Englishmen becomes the disease that slowly starts to cripple the host to gain the power they desire.
He created the Code Napoleon, which guaranteed equality under the law, regulation of the economy, absolute security of wealth and private property, and the end of feudalism (Pagano “Napoleon Domestic Program Good”). The Code Napoleon showed his desire for lower class citizens, such as poor farmers, to have an equal opportunity to succeed. His actions to regulate the economy alleviated the issues with taxing the Third Estate faced. Napoleon extended liberty even to those he conquered. In a speech to troops, Napoleon said that “there is one condition you must swear to fulfill - to respect the people whom you liberate...your property, your religion, and your customs will be respected” (Document 1).
His speeches and ideas, left the party with some fragments of a philosophy that could transcend class differences by becoming a national presence with an appeal to all communities, no longer the defender of the landed and aristocratic elite alone. One Nation in its Disraelian form can be seen as a necessary to talk about the poor, and for the rich to act to ameliorate their condition ‘the angels in marble’ Disraeli’s memorable phrase .But the rich should remain in the ascendancy as they were an essential part of the social fabric. After his death there was no revival of the ‘One Nation rhetoric and action’ until Stanley Baldwin’s leadership, he was the first conservative leader to speak of ‘One Nation myth’, in response to the significant extension of the emerging welfare state. As with the disraelian era, this outcome was to help the party adapt to the working class dominated electorate following another extension of the
Wetback, Negros, dirty, infectious, and lazy have demoralized the names and lives of people who are labeled this way. These labels have a root just like every other problem in our American society, but this problem is something we continue to have. Determining the roots of the so what called "white race" has been the building block of derogating every other culture. American history is taught as an all-white country, but lacks to teach the accomplishments, and struggles people of color had to face entering America. The So what called "pseudo-science" dehumanizes the name of many cultures, and socially degrades their opportunities with no real science involved.
Arthur Miller’s The Death of a Salesman shows men as spare parts in the huge machinery of capitalism. They are entirely shaped by the materialistic society. Miller’s plays All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge exhibit the same pattern where ordinary, uncomprehending people meet with the extraordinary demands and accusations. Miller’s people live placid, meaningless lives, when unexpectedly external factor encroaches and blows its trumpet, sweeping away justice from the life of mediocrities. With regard to this if Death of a Salesman is the fusion of social and domestic aspects.
The diverse modern-day revolution occurs not from the huddled starving masses standing on the barricades, but from the multicultural soothing tones of a media politician and the calming advice of a politically correct social worker. The new gulags are government-subsidised housing and entitlement welfare provides bread for all. The effects of cultural Marxism Social justice agenda warriors (cultural terrorists), using identity politics and safe space coalitions provide delusions of a multicultural utopia, replacing the old revolutionary slogans of class struggle. Meanwhile, political correctness ensures a dumbed down, think-a-like consensus with an equality of conformity. As free speech takes on aspects of totalitarianism, the modern social liberals chant the compulsory mantras of buzzwords and politically correct sound bites.
Take North Korea as an example, the farmland and food production are under the control of the government. In modern usage, it is written with a capital C and aims to overthrow the capitalist order; on the other hand, the capitalist conditions gave rise to modern Communism. It wants to revolutionise by establishing a classless society, which everyone is equal. In other words, Communism and Socialism do have something in common, which is the objective— eliminating private ownership and the bourgeoisie. Furthermore, they also use the same symbol, which is hammer and sickle.
He is the first writers who present prime function of money. (A., 1979) Property Right Ibn Khaldun discusses the civilization that is the protection of property right. For him all these rights have to be defended as a element of justice. For Ibn e Khaldun “people who collect unjustified taxes commit an injustice. Those who attack upon property (rights) commit an injustice.