It was not the poor’s fault that they were poor. With his bright attitude, Tom convinced many people to do helpful deeds, from letting Tom ride in a truck to letting the Joad family sleep next to another family by the side of the road. Because Tom understood that people had bad motives, he then ultimately crusaded against horrible labor conditions. Honest as a judge, Tom never saw corruption as an even remotely adequate way of life.
The evidence for him being an interpersonal psychopath is when he acted superficially to most of the people, and didn’t show most of his inner feelings. He didn’t control anything or pathologically had lied to people, so he didn’t show many characteristics from interpersonal. He is certainly not an affective psychopath or psychotic person because he attended not to feel any guilt against the victims. He also didn’t fail to feel responsibility even once in his life. It is because, he never thought about responsibility.
He has no shame in sending his people to jail. He puts himself on a pedestal and praises his actions unaware of the consequences. He thinks his opinion is more important than everyone else. He is stubborn and egocentric. He will not listen to anyone who tries to reason with him, like Giles, because he knows he has more power than anyone
Many times people are not justly judged because of this fallen world. Even though Atzerodt was an evil man for being involved, he did the right thing. He did not kill anybody so he did not deserve
During another interview he stated that he doesn’t feel sorry for anything he has done except hurting his family and he also admitted that he was wrong ("Richard Kuklinski 'The Iceman' Part 12 of 12"). Richard Kuklinski was a mentally ill individual. His childhood had a huge impact on his future because he never got over the pain his parents put him through. He took his frustrations out on others and made a career out of
James Baldwin even stated “We had got on badly, partly because we shared, in our different fashions, the vice of stubborn pride. When he was dead I realized that I had hardly ever spoken to him” (51). The author doesn’t mention having any regrets with their distant relationship and even admits to the fact that they had individual
All throughout history, people have wondered if it is possible to bury guilt down deep inside and forget about a horrible deed. The feeling of guilt and its overbearing weight can be seen in all sorts of cases, but particularly when dealing with illegal or societally unacceptable behavior. An ordinary man in the community, who is in good standing, does his duties and is seen as a good overall guy is generally thought of as innocent; someone who would not ever commit a crime because they have no weird vibe coming from them. A typical man will most likely live a normal life without causing any trouble, but sometimes, a man may shock himself by carrying out a lawless act and will feel remorseful.
As tensions grew between the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc, NATO, a military alliance was formed to counteract the threat that the Soviet Union provided in 1949. Canada was one of the main contributors to the creation of the alliance, and played a major role in upholding the alliance and assisting in power struggles during the Cold War era. NATO was especially important to Canada due to the political ties, military assistance, and ideologies that Canada had that aligned with NATO. A notable Canadian figure during this era was Lester B. Pearson due to his contributions to the alliance. He has assisted in struggles such as the Suez Crisis as well as repairing relations between America and Canada through the Bomarc Missile Crisis.
The title of The Glass Castle’s double meaning gives great insight to the family’s lifestyle. After always doing what Rex Walls calls, “the skedaddle,” the Glass Castle would be one of the family’s first established homes. As glass is easily broken, this is said the same as relationship between the children and their parents, “‘It’s not my fault if you’re hungry!’ she shouted. ‘Don’t blame me.