The gang system was most commonly used in the cotton industry; to speed up production but also formally used among tobacco and sugar production. Under the gang system, slaves suffered long days of intense labor working from sunrise till sunset. The gang system was the most harsh of the two
Upton Sinclair wrote a book from the early 1900’s called The Jungle. The book is centered around a family who immigrated to America. The family goes through a lot of hardships and troubles during the industrialization era. Life back then was hard for the average person. Most people did not have much money to buy food and necessities, and many lived in rural areas, mostly immigrants.
Their way of life differs from each other when it comes to the economy, government, way of worship, housing and a lot more but they even share some things in common such as their way of clothing and sometime diet. They seem more different then identical. Likewise, the way of living of both the cultures
1. The environment shaped Native American cultures and civilizations because the first Americans adapted to the land and evolved into hundreds of tribes, spoke different languages, and practiced different cultures. Because of this most of the cultures were based off nature and cultivation. The cultivation helped with trade and also helped feed the growing population. Along with the different cultures and languages, the language barrier helped develop their way of life.
Throughout the Vietnam war the use of herbicides was common among both sides. Herbicides such as agent white, agent blue, agent purple, and agent orange had been used for defoliation and crop destruction. The most widely used herbicide was Agent Orange containing 1.98 part per million dioxin, a known carcinogen (dirty little secrets). The use of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War had an intelligent purpose, but its impact on the areas exposed to it left its victims waiting for a government response. Agent orange proved to be useful in southeast Asia where jungle covered much of the region.
The rise of the Chinese and Roman empires were very long. It took them four centuries to rise up. Both of their economies had cultivated land and expressed in currency but they had different ways of production organization. They were also both Patriarchal and conservative. Everyone had certain roles to fill and they both valued their families but the Romans made it so that there was a legal separation between family and state and the chinese did not.
He shows the theme by showing how abstract people found a similarity through a passion. On page 50 of the book it said “Most were old. Many grew plants from their native lands- huge Chinese melons, ginger, cilantro, a green the Jamaican call calaloo, and many more. Yet we were all subject to the same weather and pests, the same neighborhood, and the same parental emotions toward our plants.”(page 50, line 8)Before going to the garden Nora and Mr. Myles did not know many people in their neighborhood, as pretty much of everyone in their neighbourhood were different. This is shown by saying “Many grew plants from their native lands- huge Chinese melons, ginger, cilantro, a green the Jamaican call calaloo, and many more.” For example some people of the garden came from caribbean countries, while others came from large countries like China.
Are they similar, or are they extremely different? It all depends on what culture or cultures you are looking at, and they are numerous. Some cultures are more similar than others, for example, the United States and Great Britain. However, others are extremely different, such as the