This led North America to deport all the gang members they could back to their home countries. But that might have not been the best idea. In the documentary World’s Most Dangerous Gang it shows that the deportation led to the expansion of MS-13. MS-13 just grew stronger. The article “The MARAS” explained that the deportation caused the deportees to gain the titles of gang leaders.
Think about the power a leader has in their hands, the capability to do good or cause destruction right underneath their fingertips. How would life be under a ruthless leader like Adolf Hitler? There are many leaders out there but when it comes to the most cruel leader the first person to pop into people 's minds is Adolf Hitler. He was known for abusing his power to do terrible things for his personal greed. Adolf Hitler abused his power negatively by killing/torturing many jews and treating everyone but the dominant person in his eyes poorly.
Before Jean started helping america, jean laffite was a criminal, a pirate actually. He usually only attacked ships for his men to take its loot, and smuggle it to different countries and sell it on the black market. Although Jean ended up making a victorious comeback from piracy, he eventually went back to being a pirate. Although he was the most important asset in the Texas Revolution, Jean hated the Spanish nation more than anything. He had sworn eternal vengeance on the hate spanish empire.
When Franz Ferdinand announced that he will be leaving to Sarajevo to greet the townspeople on June 28, 1914, a terrorist organization called the ‘Black Hand’ had meticulously arranged an attack against Franz Ferdinand. Due to unfortunate circumstances, one of the assassins had the opportunity to shoot the Archduke since the driver had turned on the wrong road. Due to these nationalistic feelings between certain countries, World War I occurred since the collective consciousness among a nation’s people deeply impacted the rest of the world with its rebellion against a country. World War I was inevitable to occur since these people had seriously rebelled against a more powerful country and remained obstinate to continue their fight until they had achieved their desires. Eventually, other countries joined the conflict to side with either Austria-Hungary or the
My 1920’s mobster setting for Macbeth is based on my interest in the time period and the mobsters that ruled the cities and applies to the theme of power and control that is portrayed in Macbeth. In this version Macbeth is similar to Al Capone. He rises to be the most powerful mobster in control of the city and all its inhabitants and eventually becomes corrupted and gets caught and thrown into jail. He spends his time in jail focusing on his loss of power and drives himself insane convincing himself that he’s still who he once was. The 1920’s mobster theme creates a sort of eerie a mysterious mood for the play.
Adolf Hitler was an influential figure in American history for a multitude of reasons. His primary influences were made through getting Germany out of the Great Depression. The thing that makes Hitler stand out the most is the amount of people he killed. Through the years of 1933 and 1939 he instituted hundreds of laws and regulations to restrict and exclude Jews in society. His life spanned 56 years from birth on April 20, 1889 to his death on April 30, 1945, caused by suicide.
This time it felt a little different, many people greeted them with open arms and were congratulating them on their wins. However, President Roosevelt snubbed them and didn’t send out the most positive vibe. In Germany, many people began to realize who the true Adolf Hitler was and that the Aryan race was not superior. Hitler began to execute many Jews and started a horrific event that many people know as the Holocaust. The games frustrated and embarrassed Hitler enough that he took action in the worst possible way.
Totalitarian governments, such as Nazi Germany, and their use of controversial techniques in order to rise power are significant influences on literature, creating parallels between it and novels such as 1984 by George Orwell. The system deployed by the Nazi regime in order to rise to power was undoubtedly, while immoral, very effective in eliciting the results desired by its enforcers. State sponsored murder or execution, prevalent in both Nazi Germany and 1984, were utilized by the government to incite hatred within its citizens. Big Brothers overbearing presence in the citizens lives strikingly resembles the relationship that dictators such as Adolf Hitler held with countries through implementation of similar propaganda techniques seen in
It staged street demonstrations, intimidated and attacked opponents of the Nazis, and played a crucial role in Hitler’s rise to power. Until 1934, it was the largest organization within the Nazi Party.In 1933, the SA pushed for immediate action against the Jews. It was the leading force behind the economic boycott of Apr. 1, 1933. Hitler was determined to bring this unruly organization under control.
Impact of the Great Depression The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, written by Amity Shlaes, gives a lengthy detail of the Great Depression. According to her viewpoint the government handled the situation of the economic crisis very poorly, which led to the Great Depression lasting longer than it suppose to. In this book, Shlaes wrote about observed action taken by Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt. She gave a detail of the years from 1927 to 1940 and in the beginning of every chapter she mentioned the unemployment rate and the average of Dew Jones Industry. According to Shleas, the Great Depression had major impacts on America life, American values and American Government.
Dean O’Banion made the roaring twenties roar by running a gang in Chicago. During this time the Prohibition Act was in place and alcohol sale was illegal. O 'Banion saw this as an opportunity to make a profit. He hijacked a whiskey truck and sold the alcohol illegally to people who wanted it. He was also the reason a gang war started.
He was known of the “Prime Minister of the Underworld” the amount of political pull he had in the democratic party he was choosing who he wanted to elect. At the same time of the arrest for Costello’s tax evasion his rival Vito Genovese. Started to take over New york and Costello’s Casinos, political contacts, and the bootlegging until the prohibition ended during the 1940’s. After his release from prison Costello survived a hit by Vincent "The Chin" Gigante the Genovese soldier in 1957. Frank Costello saw this as the time to retire.
Republicans on the other hand focus more on helping defensive issues, gaining profit, bringing more money for military, and fully support the police force. Things such as high government workforce, unions, gays/lesbians, illegal alliances, as well as poor people are all seen as negative impacts on the wellbeing of our society in the eyes of republicans. Now looking back at the original 13 colonies that first settled the US, in my opinion, Dahl was correct when he made the claim that a democratic form of government would not work at all. When attempting to start their own country, starting it off as a republican country was absolutely needed
He portrayed strong belief in the nation and the people itself and makes the problems known. “Only a foolish optimistic can deny the dark realties of the moment,” Franklin quoted, meaning he was not going to ignore the problems America was facing. He knew that unemployment was spiraling out of control and it was very unfair for the people. He took great leadership and wanted to break the depression of America. In conclusion, The Great Depression had a great affect on every aspect of American living.