However, the act had little effect because the wording was so vague. Consequently, progressives worked for a stronger law to prevent business abuses. Their answer came in 1914 when Woodrow Wilson and Congress set up the Federal Trade Commission whose goal was to stop illegal business practices. President Woodrow Wilson provided the US with most of its Progressive Era
The Marshall Plan was only extended to Western Germany after it was understood the suppression of its economy was holding back the recovery of further European countries and was not the leading force behind the Economic Miracle. The marks were spent within West Germany to buy food, luxury items, beer and cars, as well as entertaining. As well as at the time West Germany had a great pool of skilled labor, partly as an effect of the deportations and migrations which affected up to 16.5 million Germans. This helped West Germany to further than double the value of its exports through and shortly after the war. Apart from these factors, hard work and long hours at full capacity between the population in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s and extra labor supplied by thousands of guest workers providing a vital base for the sustainment of the economic upturn with additional
Germany’s colonies were given to the Allies in 1922, and profoundly impacted the German economy (the German colonies produced one third of Germany’s wealth). In the end, Wilson’s ideas on the economy could have greatly helped the reconstruction of Germany’s (and Europe) economy and avoided the economic crisis of 1929. Although Germany would not have suffered from an economic crisis thanks to the Fourteen Points, a social crisis would have still happened due to territorial losses. The majority of the fourteen points (eight out of fourteen) were focused on territorial claims and the creation of new and autonomous countries. Those eight
Common-law systems make refer extensively to statutes, but judicial cases are considered the most important source of law, allowing judges to pro-actively contribute to rules. While in civil-law systems on the other hand, codes and statutes are designed to cover all
This lead to the writing of the constitution. The first weakness of the Articles of the confederation is that the federal government had very little power over the state government. This was true when it came to the federal government requesting med for war efforts, resources but was epically true when it came to the financial side. Although the federal government could request these things form the states they could not force them to do so. (U.S. History Pre-Columbian to the new Millennium, n.d.) This lead to the Federal government printing currency, which then led to inflation.
As mentioned as above, under rule of law everyone shall be fair and equal in front of law. One of the important element In Raz’s principle is the independence of judiciary has to be guaranteed. This showing the judicial independence is the fundamental structure of the idea rule of law. In case M v Home office, it implies that even though the individuals representing the executive, the courts still have power to grant remedies against a minister in his office capacity. The courts are armed with coercive powers exercisable in proceedings for contempt of
Yi Ding BUSN201-86N Ms. Richards 19 June 2016 Tort reform Nowadays, tort reform is a controversial problem in the United States. By comparing the pros and cons of tort reform from different aspects, I think that tort reform is necessary. The textbook, “Business law today” (2014), clarifies that tort is a wrongful act that results in harm or injury to another and leads to civil liability. Tort law is designed to compensate those who have suffered a loss or injury due to another person 's wrongful act. Many people are in favor of tort law because the purpose of the tort law is to “provide remedies for the invasion of various protected interests (Miller & Jentz, 2014)”.
The merger was a "merger among equal" and should be Very much successful. But in less than two years, it has become clear that acquisition, do not merge. The most significant issue was organizational culture. Germans and American styles of management differed sharply. DaimlerChrysler underestimated the influence of culture.
George Mowry’s argument for a middle-class reformer is not logical because, generally, middle-class people enjoyed some luxuries and were mostly content with their lives. All of the historians agree that a large part of the reformers were European immigrants; these people were Irish, German, or Italian. Huthmacher uses a quotation from a Democratic Progressive to help formulate what kind of reformed society progressives envisioned. Mowry and Connolly only use their own speculations, which are logical, but they don’t use hard evidence. Huthmacher defends his claim that most reformers were selfish by stating that lower-class reformers only fought for their own social issues instead of also supporting political reform and other groups social and economic problems.
Democracy is the method of selecting political leaders. When the representatives create the law, the citizens consent and hence bound by it. For the content of law, it is to content renders the rule of law amenable to all sorts of cultures, society and political systems. It is to remembered that the government and citizens be bound and act by the law. Human rights are the common ground and applies to the broadest range of