If this is put into use than everyone who contributes to the community won’t die or become poor. This idea is also in favor of common ownership so everything is yours and everyone else's. This can also be a bad thing which leads me into my last and final point. There are many cons to putting in place an anarcho-communist government that includes many people. Most people like to own things and that is a major problem within a community of many people.
Nobody should drive drunk, but people still do it, and people still from it. So do we sit back and let this continue or do we actually do something about it? Maybe if we trial ran tougher DUI laws, then people would realize how serious it actually is when you get behind the wheel while under the influence of
It can be seen from different angles since many countries are determined to live in a free expression society but others want to enforce censorship in many situations. Countries that are against censorship is mainly because it can be very powerful in the sense that it can control what is shown on the news. It may present false statements and mislead the people in to believing things that are not true. If censored, everything would have to pass first through the government, and they may change some stories to please them. This can lead to only showing favoritism for certain brands or groups; companies may get to control the information that gets to the country.
In The Giver it is very apparent that the rules are numerous and air tight. Interestingly, we can also see this in our own society through laws, that make our world run more smoothly. We can see strict rules in the giver on page 74, “He had never known that other books existed.”(Lowry 74). This shows the rules of the society are so oppressive to the point that the people are
The cop wouldn’t waste his time pulling up next to them if they weren’t doing anything wrong, therefore, Gatsby must have something special about him that got him out of the ticket. Any person who didn’t have the money and power that Gatsby had would have been pulled over. Plus, it’s also suspected that Gatsby’s money wasn’t even legal, as Tom accuses him in chapter 7 as a bootlegger, saying “He and this Wolfsheim bought up a lot of side-street drug stores … and sold grain alcohol over the counter” (133). This is during the age of prohibition, so bootlegging is a federal crime, which is even more proof that Gatsby has no respect for following the law. However, not every person can benefit from these
Authority structures are a reason behind function in societies. The roles authority structures play are essential in the day to day life of a person. The acts and behaviors of others show that importance in what it is to be deviant or commit deviant acts in a society. Everyone has been a deviant at least once in their life but it is telling that some people do not think they have. We are all guilty of something whether it be a crime punishable by law or not.
Laws are regulations established by authorities, such as the government and are enforced by the police to make sure that the laws are upheld. Laws are enforced to preserve safety, supervise actions of individuals and work for the better good of society. Without the laws, chaos would spread across the world. However, there are times when each and every one of us finds a law to be unjust and would love to see that law change. Throughout the history of mankind, civil disobedience hasn’t been very uncommon.
The law protects the society against people like “this” by having laws, for example that anyone cannot own a fire arm. There are lots of laws and requirements a person should adhere to before being able to legally be in possession of a fire arm. To be in possession of a fire arm a person needs to have a Competency Certification to possess that fire arm, as well as, a Licence to own the fire arm. This also prohibits the transfer of firearms to certain classes of persons, such as convicted felons and also protects the society from people that -if in possession of such a weapon- would endanger the
Despite the wide use by politicians, judge and academics the law has been described as an elusive notion. According to political theorist Judith N. shklar "the phrase 'the Rule of Law ' has become meaningless thanks to ideological abuse and general over-use", but nevertheless this phrase has in the past had specific and important meanings. Dicey’s concept of Rule of Law contains three principles: Absence of Arbitrary power or Supremacy of the law: No man could be punished by the authorities except for breaches of law. In other words, all government actions must be authorised by the law or government must act within its legal authority. Equality Before Law: No man is above the law and everyone, whatever his condition or rank is subject to the ordinary laws of the land.
Raising the fine for offender may also persuade people to do fewer things against the laws. The driver who usually breaks the laws might be put into jail. Not only the drivers have to follow the laws, but police officers should also not receiving bribe at the first place. The second solution is persuading people to not driving after drinking. People who get drunk should take a taxi or ask one of their friends who is not drinking to drive them home.