The judges knew that the witchcraft was a myth but didn’t do anything about it. Danforth and Hathorne often rejected logical facts and refused to head testimonies proving innocence because so many people were accused. After a while, it became clear to everyone in the town, including the judges, the accusations were false. These judges instead of revealing the truth they clung to their pride and ignored what was happening in front of them. If word got out that they sent several innocent people to their deaths their reputation would be ruined and they would be out of their jobs.
Our society today just does not read the books. They do not see the meaning behind them. Everyone wants the bigger and the better, they don’t have time to comprehend a 400-page novel. They want to read what other people have to gossip about on social media. They want to read about people’s lives on their smartphone, not on a piece of paper from some book.
Ha and refugees struggle because they have a hard time finding where they belong, and once they do things are different. For example “ a washing machine because no one here will scrub laundry in exchange for a bowl of rice” (Lai 125). Ha is not used to having a washing machine because back in Vietnam they washed clothes by hand for a bowl of rice and now it 's so different and easy. Ha also relates to other refugees because “ some refugees cannot return home nor can they stay in their country of asylum” (Gevert). A Lot of refugees cannot return home because it 's taken over by another country or its destroyed by war and they can 't stay in their refugee camp so they need to find a completely new home.
While on the planet, an unexpected tidal wave claims the life of Dr. Doyle and delays the crew by approximately three hours (23 years in Earth-time). Following this, they go to Mann’s planet, over Amelia’s objections, to find a frozen wasteland covered in glaciers and having a poisonous atmosphere. Dr. Mann, who had faked the data on the habitability of his planet in the hopes of being rescued, tries to kill Cooper and steal Endurance. Although his plan is thwarted, it claims the life of Dr. Romilly as well as that of Mann himself. Running short on fuel, Cooper sacrifices himself by falling into the black-hole with TARS so that Amelia can reach Edmunds’ Planet.
There is so much external stimuli. Many people have not developed the skills to calm themselves and read. Many would rather watch the film or television version of a story—so much is missed because they won’t spend the time. What is the key to writing memoir?
The Jim Crow laws made it so that many black people became powerless as they couldn’t vote. They couldn’t vote because the lawmakers passed a law to make it so that people had to pay to vote. Because many black people at the time were poor many of them couldn’t pay this fee of voting and were left powerless when it came to political decisions. That is not the only way that the lawmakers made it so the blacks were powerless. They also made it so white and black people couldn’t be together in public so there had to be different railway cars, water fountains, stores, restaurants and pretty much their whole lives were apart.
They failed to end poverty in cities, the Republican party lost power after being split, and they neglected to pay attention to the issue of race. The NAACP was formed in the Niagara Movement because since the government was not listening to them they had to do something about it themselves. The Gentleman’s Agreement was also a bad idea because it restricted Japanese people from gaining citizenship which angered Japan. One final failure would be the prohibition failure that not only did nothing to stop crime but also possibly increased
Life wasn’t anything they imagined to be like in the Army. It was different from their everyday lives, because they were faced with a lot more responsibility. With all the work they had to do, some women skipped meals and became ran down, while losing a lot of weight. The WACs did not like the idea of wearing uniforms, just as much as the men. Some men actually threatened to divorce their wives, and refused to let sisters or girlfriends join, because they were considered at a lower standard than the men, and didn’t think the women could live up to the expectation.
Later on in Saddam Hussein’s rule, after the financial problems many people did not have access to education because it was too expensive. Describe the healthcare in the country Role of government: The government really did nothing to help the healthcare in Iraq. Saddam Hussein and the government spent about $16-30 million dollars on healthcare. Accessibility: There was no easy access to healthcare. All the healthcare that they had was a complete mess making the accessibility hard.
The cult was led by Marshall Applewhite, a music professor, who was recruited into the cult by Bonnie Lu Nettles. In 1975, Applewhite and Nettles persuaded a group of 20 people from Oregon to abandon their families and possessions and move to Colorado. They promised them that an extraterrestrial spacecraft would take them to the “kingdom of heaven.” They brainwashed people into believing that their human bodies were actually just containers that could be abandoned for a higher physical existence. The spacecraft never arrived and members were starting to realize that.
In Chapter 5 there is a passage that discusses the frustration the doctors are having toward the Lees. Neil and Peggy were very upset at the parents for their noncompliance and it was difficult to work with the Lees because of how hard the work was and they had to face resentment, instead of appreciation from the Lees. They were also frustrated that the Lees never paid for any medical care and didn’t seem to appreciate their generosity for helping them when Medi-Cal was a low insurance program. Lia’s parents made Peggy and Neil feel as if all their year’s education, awards, and the amount of time they spent educating themselves about the Hmong didn’t matter. They struggled watching Lia fail to receive treatment and thought they could give her a better life (Passage summary found on page
When they are taken Medication and Jackets are taken away for “safety”, which doesn’t help them with their problem and it could make them sicker. Family, Her family was tortured and put in a train that had criminals on it, they had people that could hurt her and her family on the train but that was the only way that they would be able to get to the U.S and get
Against education, Mr. Clement was furious with March teaching Prudence without his consent. This shows the White’s view on education because they think blacks are not entitled to be educated. Showing loyalty, Grace didn’t take the offer of going to work at a hospital in Georgetown because she wanted to stay with Mr. Clement. :It was so obvious, after all; her status in the household, the light tone of her skin, the resemblance
Even when he was diagnosed and advised to take a certain medication, because Adam didn’t want to take it the mother refused the treatment. The mother did not put enough authority in Adams life and let him do his own thing although she knew something was wrong. Nancy mentioned to friends about Adam, but she never reported it to psychologists or to people that would be able to help Adam. The mother being a gun enthusiastic knew there was something wrong with his son that he was mentally ill and she had guns that were easily accessible to him. The constant change of schools because Adam was being bullied, did not solve the problem either.