In various ways, Han China and Imperial Rome were politically similar yet also had their pair of differences. Two very well-known classical empires, both had highly advanced political systems for their time; Han China, lasted from 206 B.C.E to 220 C.E, and Imperial Rome, lasted from 31 B.C.E to 476 C.E. Many think these two empires where built with no previous influence, however; the Roman Empire had retained many aspects from the Roman Republic, and Han China from the Qin Dynasty. During their peaks, they controlled the majority of the world 's population because of their constant expansion of conquered lands, while their structure of administration and rule influenced many empires and future societies around the world. Aspects such as these, ultimately, led these two empires to be, arguably, the most influential societies in the world; as their legacies still live on today.
Within itself, it consisted of 60-80 million people. Rome had a better system than Athens because of their process of citizenship, their citizens’ contributions society, and amazing government system. Unlike Athens, the Roman Republic granted citizenship for all free native-born adults and children. Document A shows us that Athens only accepted free, native-born adult males as citizens. Some may argue that they were more protective,
The Han Dynasty was founded by Liu Bang in 206 BCE and lasted for 426 years until corruption and weak leaders resulted in the breakup of the Han Dynasty into 3 kingdoms in 220 CE. The Han Dynasty was strong and had many achievements in its golden age. A golden age is a time of prosperity and new inventions in an empire. A golden age normally occurs when a new leader is selected to run the empire. The philosophy of government was Confucianism, and the style of government was a bureaucracy, which was when the emperor used many government officials to help him make decisions.
The Mauryans conquered a lot of territory throughout their rule but not near as much as China’s empires. China’s empires influenced much of the west, while the Mauryan empires mainly stayed on the subcontinent of India. The Mauryans used the Ashashastra as guide on how to rule their government successfully. The Gupta ruled less area than the Mauryans but left a lasting impression on India. The Gupta empire had a more spread out ruling style of their empire.
However, especially in an expensive state like Hawaii, it is quite easy to become homeless in a short amount of time. There are similarities in the causes in all states when it comes to becoming homeless. Although there are many reasons for homelessness, the main causes include mental illness and loss of job (Axelrod-Contrada 78). Cocke states, “Hawaii has the highest rate of homelessness per capita of all states, with an estimated 7,620 people living on the streets and in shelters”. There are other and more unique reasons in Hawaii that cause a much higher growth rate of homeless people compared to the steady number in most states.
Quickly, their land transformed into a fertile and productive island, allowing trade and markets to become productive and one of the best. Aztec rule lasted from 1325-1521, which was lead by Huey Tlatcani or Great Speaker. The Aztec society had a small political system in placed, the senate or the city council “elected” the emperor who had absolute power and control over the empire. Since the government was based on hereditary rule, the senate had little to no control or preference over who would be emperor. Even though the senate could attempt to make decisions, in the end the emperor had the final
The Qin and Han dynasty had the same social classes due to confucianism. It can be described as a sophisticated and vague for each class. It was a 4 tiered system that consists of Emperor/Government, Peasants, Artisans and Merchants (Higher class to lower class). The Emperor was the head of the whole pyramid, no one could address him, nor the empress by their first name or they would face punishment.
While Athens and the Greek regime as a whole fell from one state seizing too much power over other states, Han China fell, twice, from corrupt officials seizing power and wealth for themselves while allowing too many citizens to suffer. While the specifics of both civilization 's declines were different, they both had regimes that focused mainly on the benefits of a few at the expense of the majority. Perhaps, had both regimes considered the need to balance
whose family is originally from the three mentioned areas. The criminal justice system in the U.S. has discriminated against the Latino over time. Many proposals and strategies to address the disparate treatment of Latino/as within the criminal justice system remain unimplemented Latinos constitute the second largest ethnic and racial group in the US whites with a population of 50.5 million meaning that one in every six people in America and one in four children aged 18 years and below are Latino. Despite the fact that Latinos represent a similar proportion as whites, they are dramatically overrepresented as crime victims in our courts, jails and prisons. According to research, they receive harsher treatment in arrests, pretrial proceeding and sentencing than whites charged with same offenses (Morin & Delgado, 2009).
The Roman Empire did. The reasons are, citizenships in Rome were varied, everyone was treated equally, and those who gain too much power weren’t exiled out of their country. Varied Citizenship: Document A/E • Freed slaves could be citizens • Female and male children were citizens • Both male and female were citizens Document A tells you the gender and social classes that can be a citizen in Rome or Athens. Rome allowed almost everyone to be a citizen while Athens only allowed men. In Document E it shows that only males are going to vote and explains the process of how it works.