They were beaten, tortured and killed. One right that was taken away was Article 5. Article 5 is no one should be punished in a cruel way. This was clearly broken because many people were starved, beaten and punished in many other cruel ways. In the book, an example of this is, “I no longer felt anything except the lashes of the whip.” (page 57).
This inflation and eventual bankruptcy was a major internal influence on the Ming empire. Citizens of the Ming began revolting, and “mobs of peasant rebels [tore] violently through half a dozen provinces” (Doc 4). Another major change which negatively affected the Ming dynasty was the ending of all expeditions. Theodore Cook discusses this in Doc 5, and describes that Ming emperors forbade any voyages and the production of seagoing ships. They decided to focus on their internal state, rather than expanding and continuing their voyages and conquests.
First off, the governor closed all the schools in Little Rock, so no one could attend. Not only were all the students greatly affected, but the families of the Little Rock Nine had the more major punishments. Many of them were quickly fired from their jobs to reduce more conflicts with business. Once the schools were finally opened back up, each of the nine students were separated throughout the different schools, which caused even more awareness that schools needed to become desegregated. The impact that the Little Rock Nine had on today is the fact schools are all officially desegregated.
Any sort of faith the Jews had were lost after the way the Nazis treated them and the terrifying events they faced. Everyone lost their faith in humanity when the Nazis forced the Jews to degrade their house of worship. When they were getting deported, they were held in the synagogues, their holy place and were not allowed to leave the building. "While they are waiting to be deported, they are forced to relieve themselves on the floor of their own holy place, the synagogue." The Jews were forced to sit there and could not leave under any circumstances.
The first similarity between the two society is that both ban books, my society bans books because people feel they need to ban books because it does not line up with their religious or moral beliefs also it can be offensive to some people. Another reason both society are the same is that each other live in society where people are becoming more and more violent towards each other, an example of this is one Clarisse tells Montag that she 's "afraid of children my own age. They kill each other... Six of my friends have been shot in the last year alone” page 30. With my society people kill each other all the time for no reasons. I will like to discuss which society is better my society or Fahrenheit 451’s society.
The church was really about themselves and a lot of people and it shouldn’t be happening like that. Luther had major problems with the church’s abuse of power.He didn’t agree at all to selling indulgences at all. He thought it was wrong to do that. The pope disliked him for writing the 95 theses. So the pope burned his books.
The population was not able to freely read or watch any sort of literature or other arts. Hitler also changed the religious culture in many parts of Europe. One of Hitler’s main goals while in office was to eliminate the jewish and any other non-aryan people. In the process, Hitler made The Nuremberg Laws. Adolf Hitler, “implemented these laws to ostracize, discriminate and expel Jews from German society” (3) Diverse culture was rejected.
These schools forcefully broke up families, stripped kids of their culture, and sent them back, seemingly without an identity. They were given new names, new clothes, short hair, and many other different things, dividing them from their families. These institutions were abusive, and caused great harm to the cultures of the indigenous tribes. Though the schools came with a promise that they would offer the Native American children a better future, this was simply not the case. Racism prevented any Indian, no matter how assimilated, from being truly accepted and equal in the eyes of the American population.
A majority of slaves pushed for legislation of laws that categorized each person as the US citizen (WRIGHT, 1967). The American Revolution significantly influenced the native population. They were severely affected as most of them lost land, power, and culture. Their population was divided during the war time thus breaking their confederation that resulting in the loss of authority and prestige. Most British and American leaders neglected the natives people in peace negotiations (Aptheker,
They were deprived of even a bare sufficiency of food and family life, while health care and education were virtually nonexistent, and all aspects of existence were subject to control and direction from Angkar (the Organization). (Jarvis, Helen. "Cambodian Genocide." Modern Genocide) These two were in different places and times, yet they are the same. The people are forced from their homes, and often to work, “Cambodian society was torn from its roots through mass evacuations (especially from the towns and cities, which were emptied immediately and brutally as the new rulers arrived).
Both had social unrest and internal decay. China and Rome both had their bureaucrats assassinated. They received no taxes from their landowners and eventually their landowners formed private armies. To some extent religion also broken up the Han dynasty and Rome. Christianity began to spread in Rome drastically and eventually fracturing the empire.
They were deprived of every right they had, and not only with that, but they were also forced to wear burqas. And because of their economic interests, the US remained silenced and by the side of the Taliban government. Glorifying the US invasion of Afghanistan
There were many after effects of the war in Vietnam. The North Vietnamese Army killed thousands of South Vietnamese after U.S pulled out their troops. Many people tried to flee the country on boats. Then the Vietnamese had to fight wars against Cambodia and China before their independence was secured. Vietnam was destroyed their whole country was in shambles.
The Central African Republic has the worst freedom decline. China is not free because of all the laws they have on religion and the killings of activists and Ethiopia has violence towards there government ("Puddington, Arch"). Nicaragua silences journalists and academics for its students and the Philippines holds extrajudicial killings. Poland hosts propaganda on their media to influence its people and Turkey has mass arrests. Zambia has a restrictive environment ("Puddington, Arch").