Mentioning Gandhi, and stating his thought son the best ways peacefully cause change. This is showing the audience that Chavez realizes that these men have proved their methods the best, and he doesn't want to change them just try to use them for the benefit of the people. “ The boycott, as Gandhi taught, is the most nearly perfect instrument of nonviolent change, allowing masses of people to participate actively in a cause”. This quote really does work so well because of the organization that is used by Chavez to convey Gandhi’s message. If Chavez had not eased this very power quotes into is writing, they would not have been hear the same way.
John Proctor Helped his friends be successful and cared for their safety. Proctor says “ You are the high court, your word is good enough! tell them i confessed myself; say proctor broke his knees and wept like a woman, but my name cannot!”. In the quote John Proctor does not want written proof that he was a witch because he wants to protect his friends and not throw them under the bus. This means he cares for his friends and is truly a good man.
He helped the people know that things would be okay, he made the people calm in times where they should be worried. The people loved him, and he loved his country and everyone in it so much. Thomas Jefferson liked to do things differently than everyone else, but only if it benefited our country. He spoke his mind, even when people did not agree with what he was saying. Thomas was a very smart man, but he knew that he was not perfect.
This was accomplished by turning down the evils of alcohol consumption. In Doc. A the “Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents” the people didn’t think that it was according to place young criminals in the same prison as the regular criminals for punishment. The House of Refuge was established because citizens did not want to corrupt the youth more. Dorothea Dix was an essential person in this reform; Dix traveled observing punishment centers.
During FDR 's first 100 days of lawmaking, Congress granted every request Roosevelt asked, and passed a few programs (such as the FDIC to insure bank accounts) that he opposed. Congress passed a record number of bills in just over three months. The relief measures passed during the first 100 days were targeted to help unemployment, In Document 1; FDR 's First Inaugural speech, he states "Our greatest primary task is to put to work. This is no unsolvable problem if we face it wisely and courageously.
McGirr quotes George K. Statham when she writes “‘the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment is about as likely as the repeal of the Thirteenth Amendment, the return of dueling, or gladiatorial combats….The world moves, and it has never yet taken a great moral or social step forward and afterwards retraced its step.’ Five years later, the Twenty-First Amendment broke the Eighteenth Amendment’s record speed for ratification…”(pg.233) Many reasons were given as to why the Eighteenth Amendment was revoked. Mostly because it was more tearing the country down rather than building the country up and America is a country that looks towards the future in moving forward in developing the nation to make it the best country in the world. McGirr concludes onto multiple different points onto why the government revoked the amendment. “Widespread disrespect for law, controversial actions of the Volstead vigilante enforcers, ever more draconian enforcement legislation, and the siren song of nightlife culture experimentation led former supporters to conclude that law was doing more harm than good.”(pg.233) People began to realize the harmful effects of the Volstead Act that was crumbling the nation as Prohibition continued to lose continuously more supporters from 1928. Another reason for loss of especially government support in the Eighteenth Amendment was the economical perspective.
As Governor I have caused no corruption since I have been leading our country, for thirty years; Bacon has been here no more than three years, with unknown qualities, and false information about his victories, and has already committed treason against his sacred majesty, and this country. He is not the honorable man that his followers hoped
He was a great person and was the only person to sign four great papers of the U.S., Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, and the Continental Association. His parents were William and Mehetabel Sherman, and they had seven kids. Roger himself married twice which gave him fifteen children, but only thirteen made it to adulthood. His first wife was Elizabeth Hartwell and his second was Rebecca Prescott. Sherman died in his sleep becaus eof sickness he had for about two months.
While their protests were seemingly peaceful and respectful, the retaliation was not. Police officials sent to limit protesting retaliated aggressively, causing even more controversy. The line was crossed, however, when two brothers and their friends planned a more aggressive approach to get the protesters’ point across. This led to the infamous bombing of Sterling Hall.. The Sterling Hall bombing was accomplished by four
Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, is known for many accomplishments during his time. Known as “Old Hickory”, Jackson was a man that meant straight business and was the only American whose name graces a whole period in our history. Known for defeating the British in the town of New Orleans, Jackson ranks as one among the greatest presidents of the United States of America. He was also the first president to build a modern political party, known as the Democrats, and the first president to maintain a large circle of private advisers, known as the kitchen cabinets. Also known for his vetoing of bills, he declined more bills than all presidents before him.