One aspect of the United States’ democracy that Tocqueville found beneficial were the courts. Because judges were appointed and served a life term, they would be unconcerned with maintaining a positive public image and make just decisions. The juries also forced citizens to be engaged in the political
In “The Nullification Crisis”, Jackson proves to the people that he is a strong leader because he nullified the federal law. Jackson was a strong leader who wanted America to be a united nation under the Constitution, which would help keep democracy strong. In “The Trail of Tears”, Jackson removed the American Indians out of their territory to make more room for agriculture in the United States. This was an unkind act towards the American Indians, but he was right in his thinking because if he did not expand the United States to have that land, the United States would not be the united nation it is today, with its vast territory. Because Jackson showed his strong leadership and unity of the United States, that can conclude that Jackson promoted democracy during his presidency of the United
Militarism was about the belief that a country must maintain an influential military and use it violently to publicise its personal interests. Militarism influenced World War 1 as the rising European division led to an arms race between the main nations. The arms race was known as a competition for who had the strongest armed forces. This led to Industrialism which contributed to augmented financial rivalry. Industrialisation affected the start of World War 1 as it led to improved military technology which increased the likelihood for one’s nation to win.
By taking large ships, maybe He was trying to intimidate other empires. Zheng he could have tried to intimidate other empires to elevate China’s status and put other empires under them. By doing that, the empires that traded with China could have felt threatened, which would be good for the Chinese empire because they would become globally known as a strong empire and no one would dare to attack them. If we look at the aftermath of Zheng He’s trade voyages, many countries, especially the North and Southeast Asian countries, started paying tribute to China (Beck).
He knew it would be more difficult to control people with religious differences, and he hoped that revoking the Edict of Nantes would end these divisions. The Great Elector valued economic prosperity--he welcomed the refugees because he knew they were a skilled and highly-educated group who would help increase the overall wealth of Prussia. Both Louis XIV and Peter the Great viewed war as extremely important--Peter the Great even mentions Louis XIV in his letter, describing his love of war, “glorious exploits” and what he considered great success. Their goals for war, as indicated in their two documents, appear to be different.
Jefferson thought that the constitution did not give the national government the power to establish the bank though, they wanted to fix the world 's national debt to make a safe place for fund, tax, and collections to be kept. The Federalists liked the way money was made in Great Britain, so they would start that in some states. The Federalist are the most qualified for presidency because they stay neutral in foreign affairs, have a strong government, and can fix the world 's national
He knew it Stronger armies than him like the USA or the British would be able to take him down. Tojo didn’t want to be in danger so he made Japanese Civilians his soldiers, with the influence of Adolf. Hideki Tojo thought that Hitler should be trusted as they had the same view on multiple things. For example, they both agreed that people are wrong if they do not believe the same religion, have the same color of skin, or a different sexualality. Of all the people, this Hitler wannabe is basicly following Hitler’s footstep, much like a
Nationalism, can benefit a nation and unite its citizens, but it can also lead to biases that cause a false sense of superiority and disdain towards other nations. In the early 1900s nationalism gave both normal citizens and European leaders an overabundance of confidence in the strength of their nation, their governments and their military strength. In Germany, the nationalist believed that war was a “biological necessity” and that it was the right and the obligation of Germans to expand their empire as the “head of all progress in culture” (Tuchman, 14). In concert with fear, nationalistic honor contributed to a mass delusion that made a European war seem both necessary and winnable by all parties.
If he isn 't placed under pressure then he will be given time to think out his plans to successfully imperialise greater nations than him gaining superior power. Adolf Hitler is smart enough to predict and understand the vulnerability of the remaining European nations. He knows how to place himself in the leaders shoes and can decide how they feel about standing up to Hitler. Hitler knows that due to the after effects of WWI, no nation is in
The main goal was to improve the political, social and economical power of Europe. For most Crusaders, fighting in the Holy War seemed like a win-win situation; they could achieve their own goals such as adventure or gaining land as well as get into heaven. Despite the Pope mostly mentioning in his speech the religious reasons for the Crusades, he hoped to gain land, power, and solve political problems through the wars. If the Crusades had been caused mainly by religious devotion, economics and politics would not have played such a large part. For example, the King would not have encouraged the more troublesome knights to take part in the wars but rather his most able ones.
Conversely, ethnic gatherings in Austria-Hungary destroyed the realm. In addition, Prussia 's armed force was by a wide margin the most powerful in focal Europe. In 1848, Berlin agitators constrained a sacred tradition to review a liberal constitution for the kingdom, making ready for unification. Bismarck was an expert of what came to be known as realpolitik. This German expression signifies "the legislative issues of reality.
When Dahl first begins the book, on the very first page, he talks about a key point everyone should know. The democratic form of government would not have worked, so a republic form of government was much needed. The whole ideal of the the Democratic Party is that that do care about how much money someone has, religion they follow, and arms. The often tend to help minorities, as well as groups that that are unpopular. Republicans on the other hand focus more on helping defensive issues, gaining profit, bringing more money for military, and fully support the police force.
The ratification of the 16th amendment allowed a federal income tax, the formation of the Electoral College gave the federal government a huge say in who the next president would be, and supremacy clauses made sure that the federal government had precedence over states. Moreover, the regulations placed during the progressive era showed how much the citizens were willing to give up their power to the government for some sense of security; shipping was regulated as well as food/agriculture and distribution of goods. The amalgamation of such small change slowly made federal power to what it is today and with the addition of the New Deal – the Republican Party got the strong federal government they wanted. Slowly the government’s goal of being a protector of individual rights and liberty disappeared and a new goal of maintaining economic well being came to. This new goal hasn’t changed since it’s inception in the 1920’s and is a primary concern today next to national security.
With a ready to fight mentality, they ultimately took the first chance to do so. If World War I never happened, they would just keep waiting for another chance. By desiring war as a way to spread their influence, countries’ imperialistic views helped them take the first opportunity to fight. This made the chance a world war unavoidable. World War I was necessary to fulfil the desire to prove themselves due to their imperialistic views.
Beveridge believe that we should just be able to do what other country can do, while Obama focuses on what would be best for the country; basically staying out of wars when they can be avoidable. Beveridge’s response to why we should imperialize other countries is not necessarily how it’s beneficial to our country, but more of its “fair” and we’d be more “equal” to other countries since their governing foreign countries as well. He believes that since we can do it, we should just expand our territory. He thinks that Americans should continue with the march toward commercial supremacy of the World, not even considering any of the outcomes. His strong nationalism is only focusing about the power America can get by doing what every other country may be doing, imperializing.