* The British only had 60 Indians in the Government system. * Indians were forced to grow cash crops that no one would buy. * The British gunned down Indians and constantly arrested Gandhi only further angering the natives. truth is that the British did help make modern India but that doesn’t excuse the atrocities they committed, they starved people, didn’t give them freedom and treated them like slaves in their own land, and worst of all they killed Innocent people, men, women, children, sisters, brothers, all people died at the hands of careless generals, all in all what happened back then to India should never happen ever again.
Though failed non cooperation movements show Gandhi’s policy as being somewhat ineffective, analysis of the of the Salt March, its results and the way that Gandhi was able to rally followers show its importance. Gandhi’s policy of Satyagraha was in fact the most effective method of gaining India’s independence from Britain. Through the analysis of failed non cooperation movements, it can be seen that Gandhi’s policy of Satyagraha was not very effective. While Gandhi did a superb job at keeping his followers nonviolent, there were times when these attempts failed. After only four days, the joint Khalifat/Non Cooperation Movement of 1922 had to be called off because of the violence that ensued.
Countless individuals have been murdered for the greater good of Asoka’s kingdom and that is something that is selfish and pitiful. Many territories have been overpowered by the likes of Asoka for a good outcome. Kalinga was overpowered and it intercepted the routes from the Ganges Valley. This territory was also a powerful maritime area and it
At 43 years old, President Roosevelt, our nation’s 26th president became the youngest president in our history. Roosevelt took care of many groups and causes, such as mineworkers, the common man, land conservation, land preservation, and taking care of the country in general. Teddy’s overcoming of many social and economic problems made him a very impactful president, which is probably some of what
Some Attica prisoners began to identify themselves as political prisoners rather than convicted criminals. These events were the perfect concoction to create a four-day mass riot. The Monroe Fordham Regional History Center’s “Attica NOW!” collection contains interviews of Attica inmates who recount daily mistreatment from guards and rules that were abused by guards to punish inmates.
The Age of Jackson was an era where the common people of the United States were finally represented in their country by the president of the United States of America, Andrew Jackson. Although he was well-off, people called Jackson the “common man” because of his military background and how he was a farmer, instead of being born into a wealthy family and using his status as an advantage. Since the common people had the president’s support, they felt the need to express their opinion on expanding suffrage to themselves. At the time, voting was only available for the rich, land-owning, white males and it was considered a privilege for them. However, the working class reasoned that they should have a say in the country’s decisions since it was their country as well.
The life experiences of Gandhi and Malcolm X have similarities. Malcolm X and Gandhi both have fought for civil rights in the countries that they both have lived. Gandhi did it by not listening and just doing what he pleased. Gandhi would get told not to do something and it would be perfectly legal but the British empire would arrest him for Civil Disobedience and then arrested again for sedition and sentenced to six years in prison. Malcolm X Ran into the same trouble Gandhi had, but was arrested for burglary and sentenced to 10 years in prison and got the nickname Satan for the teaching of hatred towards God and learned of the prophet Muhammad.
This is because he did not approve of nullification, and wanted to keep the country together as a whole instead of divided states. This promotes peace and stability under one strong leader and people to check his decisions. Since Jackson portrayed his ability to keep the nation peaceful and stable, this made him support democracy. In addition to having peace and stability among the nation, he was able to give equal rights to the people by destroying the national bank into state
Birmingham jails were full, and police were concerned they weren't going to be able to contain the protesters and it resulted in them using water hoses on the mobs of people injuring many people. The protest in Birmingham left so much impact "President John F. Kennedy would later say, "The events in Birmingham... have so increased the cries for equality that no city or state or legislative body can prudently choose to ignore them." " (PBS,
Ramirez argued that he had been mistakenly identified as the suspect, so he did everything he could to delay the trial process. On July 22, 1988, the jury selection process began. One thousand six hundred potential jurors were notified due to the notoriety of the case. The overwhelming amount of evidence and number of witnesses caused the trial to last over one year.
Colonies played a big role because they supplied the needs that British consumers would have to buy from foreign competitors. In what ways did colonial culture change in the eighteenth century? • Colonial best was worried about their small-town status, imported goods and cultured and refined manners to become more like Britain. Some of them educated settlers took great interest in Enlightenment ideas about science and human progress. At the same time, biblical religion got bigger on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean because of the revivals of the Great
A huge line of black people would line up in protest. The deputes came too, keeping them from getting water or food the entire time. From seven to four thirty, Everyone would line up in 95 degree weather without water or food. After JFK Died, John made a protest where everyone in the protest would buy a share of the dobbs corporation, and when they went to eat there, they were denied service to their own diner. He recruited many staffers, but before they could do anything, three went missing.
Andrew was a strong believer of what they stand for and always participated in their meetings and peaceful protest. The Sons of Liberty started only about a few months ago, however they are already playing a major role in battling against the Stamp Act. They take the protests of the British taxes to the streets, where they burn decks of cards, newspapers, magazines, and legal documents. The Sons of Liberty use intimidation to get the tax collectors to quit their jobs. Not only has the Sons of Liberty taken action, but so has others colonists.
With 2400 soldiers, the Continental Army won the battle. Importance was that in this battle, Continental Army captured 900 prisoners, which inspired more soldiers to join them (many soldiers were about to leave because of their contract). After the Trenton Battle, George Washington forced toward Princeton, New Jersey. British General Cornwallis rushed to stop them, but Washington’s troops tricked them by leaving their campfires burning, and attacked British soldiers from behind.