The Gold Rush supposedly inspired the largest mass movement of people in world history because of the incredibly large masses of gold being found in the West. People found thousands of dollars in gold and people of all different cultures and backgrounds moved Westwards in hopes of finding gold as well. The Gold Rush left a positive effect on American History because Americans became wealthier and more foreigners came to California which expanded diversity. To start, Americans were able to sell this gold in exchange for loads of money. One man who only had a piece of land that was four feet square “got thirty pounds of gold in less than a month.”.
Rather than forced Native American to leave their land, The president Jackson and the congress could develop some activities to share the outcome of gold with them. They could find and arrangement which could result to leave them on their land and share the outcomes of the exploitations of the gold and others natural resources.
Out of all these resources they made lots of products and made money off of it. The money allowed them to buy resources and products to sell them and increase their economics. It allowed them to give their people wealth too.” Great Britain made 3 million dollars in 1854 and 21 million in 1900”, (Doc E). Document E shows they earned money from taking Africa's exporting to make their empire more bigger.This shows that economics helped them get things and expand their land. Without economics there would be no competition or politics.
The California Gold Rush was a period in American history which began on January 24, 1848, when gold was discovered by James W. Marshall. The Gold Rush played a very important role in the social development of America, which in the political, economic, cultural and other aspects. What’ s more, it also change America in many ways. Promoting American Economic Development The Gold Rush utterly changed American appearance: a large number of immigrants appeared; large quantities of barren lands were reclaimed; a lot of gold miner were set up; the development of agriculture in west provided a large amount of food, material and domestic market on industrial development; nature resources were opened up to develop industries. And trade and transportation had got new leaps.At first, When San Francisco newspaper printed this discovery.
However, the case talks about high levels of corruption in the countries and ExxonMobil could have both internal and external concerns around it. The ExxonMobil has to ensure that the economic growth that it has planned for the people of Chad and Cameroon reaches to the public as planned. The involvement of the World Bank will ease this process. Also, it needs to ensure that the corruption does not delay the actual implementation of the pipeline project in any way. If that happens, there are fluctuation risks involved as well.
This rule could apply to The Outsiders if the greasers accepted that the Socs just ended up to be the rich side kids and be spoiled the greasers would be able to understand their problem and may even help ending up fixing the problem. Thus, there wouldn’t be violence if we could all be understanding of each other. The next way we could all help to stop the continuing cycle of violence is problem solving. To demonstrate problem solving, after having going through the procedure of understanding and acceptance you could problem solve the situation, such as the incident in the Rest in Peace Doc article. Even though the time was very confusing when the event had started to occur, the narrator could have found a way to find more information to get a better understanding of the situation to then figure out a solution to stop the event from being so dark.
Competition is important because it is a mechanism for driving out inefficient producers. Competition forces producers to lower prices, or improve their product to attract consumers. When producers compete, they look for ways to make things more cheaply, so that they can lower their prices even further. The efficiency of Dagny Taggart’s railroad line made of Rearden Metal represents a significant advantage for Taggart Transcontinental, Hank Rearden, and the business interests the line served, such at Ellis Wyatt’s oil field operation in Colorado. Fearing the competition this greater efficiency posed to other railroads, union interests lobbied the government to pass laws limiting train traffic to sixty miles per hour (far below what the rails made of Rearden Metal would allow) and the length of all trains to sixty railcars.
Because the kingdom was so large, it controlled many trade routes and gold deposits, further aiding the prosperity of the empire. Over the next hundred years, Mali prospered. It had a complex political system involving a sultan, a full court complete with advisors, musicians, dancers, slaves, and an army of over 100,000 men. The amount of wealth possessed by the time of Mansa Musa’s rule in the early 1300s was so great that over the course of a single pilgrimage to Mecca, he accidentally destroyed the exchange rate of gold in Egypt, the effects of which lasted over a decade. Visitors noted that they felt no fear when travelling through the kingdom, thanks to its law-abiding citizens and strict justice system.
The presence of police officers and security officers may also prevent potential offenders from committing criminal acts (Dickenson, 2012). CCTV will also shorten the time the security personnel will take to locate the potential offenders and thus limits the time the perpetrator has to commit the crime and also get away. The rapid response of the security personnel may deter offenders or may mean that the offenders may get caught in act (Ratcliffe et al, 2009). The implementation of CCTV in public places can prevent property crimes by increasing perception of being caught through natural surveillance, formal surveillance and through shaming. It was found that property crimes were reduced by 23% in the area under examination by CCTV in a study of San Francisco (Dickinson, 2012).
The small cities grew and the Bay Area became closer to what it is today and an economic boom occurred. One way the economy grew was because of the gold that was found in the area. Men would work all day. In total of "2 billion"( History.com) dollars of gold
Gold has been used to make jewelry for thousands of years. Gold comes from being mined from the earth. Gold has been used to buy other things. As stated in the article The Allure of Gold, the California gold rush was a big deal. People thought they were going to get rich.
Between 300th century and 1400th century, the most powerful African kingdoms had achieved great goals, such as developing a trade system. The empires in Africa had a solid economy which was supported by their trade. Before the Europeans arrived, these empires had hierarchies and roles in society, which helped the trade system flourish. Some achievements Africa accomplished included trade, wealth, and a complex society. One way to recognize a thriving kingdom is to look at its trade and economy.
Some of these including farming, gold mining, and trade. Many industries thrived after finding the West/Midwest of the United States and whatever resources it had to offer. Some in which reached their heights during the Gold Rush. One of the most known leaps in growth in American history is that of gold mining. The Gold Rush is a widely acknowledged historic event in U.S history.
Narrator: Welcome to the world’s greatest countries during the 1750’s AD. Our 2 countries are well developed, with booming economies, and tons of land. The countries were close allies, but some issues were starting to brew. King of Country A: We have to get some more gold to feed our people, and pay for our people and military. Hmmm, maybe we can “borrow” some gold from Country B.