China and emperors who had control of the Great Wall felt confident they were protected and felt as if nothing from the outside can capture them with their strong defense and technology. However, this was overthrown because the Mongol Empire imperialized China. Doing this got rid of the nationalism and liberalism that the Chinese empire had making a new empire through the Yuan dynasty, a Mongol dynasty. This was not the only time China had switched dynasty because there were deaths of emperors and rebellions that happened inside the wall. Even Though the dynasties kept switching leaders, liberalism and nationalism were shown through each dynasty with rules their emperor provided as time went on.
He created the Code Napoleon, which guaranteed equality under the law, regulation of the economy, absolute security of wealth and private property, and the end of feudalism (Pagano “Napoleon Domestic Program Good”). The Code Napoleon showed his desire for lower class citizens, such as poor farmers, to have an equal opportunity to succeed. His actions to regulate the economy alleviated the issues with taxing the Third Estate faced. Napoleon extended liberty even to those he conquered. In a speech to troops, Napoleon said that “there is one condition you must swear to fulfill - to respect the people whom you liberate...your property, your religion, and your customs will be respected” (Document 1).
Franch can be used as a prime example of an absolute monarch in Western Europe. France began building toward absolutism when Henry VI created the Edict of Nantes in efforts to reduce the violence in the country and gained many supporters. When Richelieu temporarily took the throne he centralized the government and established the supremacy of the king's law. When Louis XIV finally became king, Franch was already well on its way to an absolute monarchy. He went even further by diminishing the power of the nobility and gave them only ceremonial tasks until they we no longer relevant in the political
1. Describe the key factors in the Sui-Tang era that made for the restoration of a strong, unified Chinese empire after centuries of turmoil? The restoration of a strong, unified Chinese empire after centuries of turmoil was made possible through the reestablishment of a centralized empire, the revival of Confucian ideas and the enhancement of the scholar-gentry administrators. The creation of a bureaucracy allowed for control from the imperial palace all the down to district level. To have effective administrators to run the bureaucracy, the civil service exam was a must.
Post Thirty Years war left France looking for a new leadership style that would give plenty of stability. What France received was Louis XIV, who would reign under the new absolute monarchy government. During Louis’ reign, divine rights controlled rank in society. This left many confused on why they were picked to be at the bottom of society, and why the king was given his power. Jean Domat, a royally appointed juror by king Louis helped explain a better understanding of the new system of governance to the people of France in his writings.
Have you ever wondered who developed the U.S. from it’s roots? George Washington helped our country sprout from the beginning and did many other phenomenal things. George Washington was a the commander of the Virginia Militia at first but then later became the commander of the Continental Army. George Washington was an important leader and left a legacy because George Washington led the Continental Army, after the Continental Army he became president, and he helped create our country and develop a good country. George Washington showed leadership when he led the Continental Army, he had a huge legacy when he was president and showed leadership, and he developed our country which led him to have another legacy and he showed a lot of leadership.
Previously independent provinces had been united under a native-born leader, who allowed nobles to administrate to their territories as they saw fit . While this relationship was not without strain, often imposed by the economic burden of Habsburg wars, the relationship between both the crown and the nobility kept both sides pacified and cooperative. As Phillip II began to take over more princely duties from his father, the relationship felt increasing tension. Phillip II’s decisions to introduce foreign court officials, declare no restitution to creditors, usage of taxes from the provinces to fund foreign wars, and pursuit of heresy against the advice of Netherlander elite, led to resentment among the nobles for the
Jefferson uses rhetorical devices like parallelism and repetition to explain the reasonings of the Colonists decision to break their bonds with the King and Britain. Jefferson's use of parallelism helped clarify his message to the King. His strategy to use phrases in a similar structure
The easy transportation to the large cities and markets allowed the people to trade, sell and buy more goods they could not have done in their villages. Some would move to the city hoping for a better lifestyle, and to look for better jobs. Also, the railways had many benefits. To the British, railways were a cheap and an easy form of transport to send their raw materials to sea-ports. The benefit of railways to India was in terms of the economy, “railways played a major role in integrating markets and increasing trade.” (Chaudhary).
This will make the shipment of products and raw materials easier to the company. Other than that, the roads linking to the industrial zone are also well maintained by the government. Our company will also have an office located in Seoul, Korea and Beijing, China for our marketing and site office. It will make us easier to deliver and make a marketing plan for both of that nation. The main factory