While Lavani states that britain cares about the education and well being of India disagrees and here 's why. “Some of the finest universities and museums in India were founded.” (Lalvani) After India got their Independence and the british left the literacy rates, on average, of Indians went up. (Doc 5) The british made these schools in india yet India did not have the time or money to join schools. “Health expectancy both improves dramatically.” (Lalvani) From 1900 to 1925 roughly 23,000 Indian lives were taken by famine caused by Britain. Even though Britain said that they were helping in actuality there were still thousands of
Those who lost their manufacturing job most of them didn’t become in power ever and that poverty continues from generation to generation. Poverty still exist in India. The British increased taxes, but there were less job areas. People worked hard in the British farms, but they earn less amount of money. The British wanted to make goods in cheap prices in India and sold it for higher prices in and outside of
The Social Security Act affected a tremendous amount of people because they raised taxes in order to give that money to others that were not using it wisely. During the process of the New Deal the nation’s debt increased exaggeratedly. The real solution of the Great Depression was not the “New Deal” as a lot of people believe, the real solution to the Great Depression was World War II because the United States supplied other nations with goods which highly increased jobs in factories. In addition, over 12 million Americans were sent into the army after the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor. World War II solved unemployment problems which meant that the greatest depression to ever happen in the United States was officially
Did you know that the Bill of Rights for the Constitution wasn’t even considered until anti-federalists argued about it? Although the Constitution benefited the United States with basic principles and laws, it had much more flaws than benefits. It made the national government too strong because they were able to tax states, it gave the President too much power, and there was no Bill of Right included. One major flaw in the Constitution was that the national government has the power to tax states. According to Brutus, “State governments know best which taxes are the most appropriate for their states.
The animals that spread from the Fertile Crescent spread disease to them first. Many people died, but they were also the first to receive the genetically built in vaccines so they were not as susceptible to diseases. The Incas did not have diseases before the settlers came because the geography around them only had llamas around. They didn’t have any resistances so they were more susceptible to illnesses. When the Africans were being conquered some scholars believe that 20 million people in North Africa in the Middle Ages died.
Rather than helping the farmers which it was designed to do, it turned out to be the one of the nation 's highest protective tariff(TEXT PAGE 740) This served as a low blow to all international countries America was involved with. Not only did the tariff economically isolate America from the world, but it also created a financial chaos among America 's trading partners. It literally sent America and other nations into a deeper depression(DOCUMENT D). In addition to this, during the nineteen twenties, stock prices were rapidly increasing and because of this, “buying on margin” became very popular. This “buy now, pay later” form of credit worked well with a rising market, but not with a declining one(DOCUMENT B).
Most of the goods that were brought to the colonists for trade were heavily regulated by the British government and priced much higher than usual (Edgenuity). In exchange for these overpriced goods the colonies bartered a wealth of products such as whale oil, timber, and tobacco. The uneven weight of trade value between the colonies and Britain caused a negative flow of economy between the two, one that could only be fixed through loans from British banks. While this greatly boosted the British economy, the setup would lead to an eventual crash and a large colonial debt. When the colonists realized this, they began to boycott British goods, they hoped for the British to lift the heavy taxation and to equalize the cost of goods.
Second and third generation colonists suffered far more from the war than the earlier settlers. On the other hand, the insiders, especially in the center of the colonies, suffered little, and the losses of their opponents led to a general consolidation of power under the elites. Elites in Britain, too, moved to consolidate power under themselves, limiting Colonial power and autonomy after the war. The King of England revoked the Colonial charter of Plymouth and attempted to do so for Connecticut. King Phillip's war shows how conflicts lead only to further elite
In conclusion all of this the greatest independence war in India and fighting could have been prevented if the British respected the Indians religion. If they had been more polite to the Indians than they would of been fine with what Britain was doing.It would of not happened if the British had treated the Indians as equals and not below them, then the fighting and dispute would have never happened. During this period a tiny number of British officials and troops (about 20,000 in all) ruled over 300 million Indians(The National Archive). This was often seen as evidence that most Indians accepted and even approved of British rule(The National Archive). There is no doubt that Britain could not have controlled India without the cooperation of Indian princes and local leaders, as well as huge numbers of Indian troops, police officers, civil servants(The National Archive).
Less income only fuel the civic problem with children not receiving health insurance, enough food, or even being abused because of the many struggles many adults face. This wealth gap has enlarged greatly over a few years because of companies finding ways into and adapting to outside markets. Most American owned companies no longer produce their productss in America, which results in less jobs for Americans only increasing the wealth gap. Companies move to outside sources for the sheer purpose of profit. These high profit companies are able to cheapen, and mass produce their products because of higher workers from less developed countries.
Braudel discuses how “famine recurred so insistently for centuries on end that it became incorporated into man’s biological regime and built into his daily life” (73). It was hard during much of the biological ancien regime to develop and yield good crops (74). Braudel goes in depth about the devastations that resulted due to famine through out history in Europe and Asia. In many instances, people resorted to begging in towns in search for food (75), and the problem had gotten so bad across Western Europe that many of the poor and hungry were secluded or separated into hospitals