The main reason for this was the lack of books. Books were only for those who could afford them such as royalty and religious orders. Books were very expensive because they took a long time to reproduce. The reproduction process of a book consisted of a person making a hand-written copy of the original book. There were often a lot of transcription errors between the copied versions and the original during this process.
Prominent inventions of the time are pictured in document 3. Many common items which we take for granted were made during the industrial revolution. These inventions also tell us about what was needed in those times. Telegraphs were more efficient than sending letters, but had to be restricted to a few words and could get very expensive. The telephone resolved those issues.
It was not effective and inconvenient to use, the main reason was the size, which was too big, and the use of phone was limited because it requires a powerful transmitter. After a long period of development, the first cellphone was invented in 1973. Although they had minimize the shape and made huge changes to a variety of parts in the phone, there were still problems that affect the use of cellphone and it requires science to improve in order to make it more effective. The main problem is the distance limitation that reduces the ability of communication. People weren’t able to communicate with each other in a long range or distance, which is very disturbing for the users.
With safety rules and regulations being unexisted, it was hard to blame employers responsible. It was worse for women and children, who worked as hard or even harder than men, often time only revcieved only but a fraction of what a man earned. What made this even far more difficult is the laissez-faire capitalism which took over the 19th-century which
Imagine the world without instantaneous electronic long distance communication. Automatically phones, emails, or anything that uses electricity is eliminated. This is what daily life would be if Samuel Morse hadn’t invented the telegraph, along with Morse code. Although it may not seem obvious, the telegraph had a big impact throughout history because it was the first electronic communicator. Along with paving the path for new technological advances, the procedures within business, politics, and wars were altered, and it united the nation.
From working camera, I moved to teleprompter. I originally thought this would be much easier than working camera. Yet again, my assumptions were wrong. I never realized how much anchors depended on the teleprompter. It was a rather stressful job knowing that if I made a mistake, I would drag the anchors down with me.
Writers in the Victorian age used very extravagant figurative language because in that day and age, you could not take a picture of something to show the reader someone or something, so they had to describe it, and the figurative language helps with that. For example, without figurative language, the reader couldn’t see how Scrooge works his employees too hard, and pays them so little, but with the metaphor, the reader could see Scrooge and his personality
Women’s rights weren’t as equal as men, I think they got off pretty easy on a lot of things. As far as a man providing or trying to make a living they had to be very efficient. Lack of productivity could lead to a loss of civilization, personal goods and even death. Honesty was also a major key, accusing a man of a crime but not providing the right evidence could lead to the death. In my opinion one of the biggest disadvantages was there was no alternative options such as jail time for any wrongful actions committed.
The maps of Charles Town in 1671 were very difficult to read and understand. The maps did not show other neighboring tribes, so there were many fights over land. The maps not having enough detail made it difficult for settlers to find locations and resources. The map in doc A shows where water is and trees are but that would not help a settler who is lost. A map-maker would also have difficulties when making the map because he/she would not know where to put everything like rivers and forests.
They were also very different in the way that Germany had not as packed factories and were paid more for their work, even though the pay wasnt much more than England 's (Approximately 1 shilling more), they still paid them more contrary to Britain 's system of pay. This source is reliable because the information found was similar to other sources written by authors who have published this information before. Its also reliable because there is little to no bias, making it more trustworthy as
Everyday objects and functions that humans in the modern age take for granted, were not available to the Franks. An example of this would be not being able to go to the bathroom whenever you please. Losing the dignity of using the w.c. in the secret Annex is shown on page 286. Not being able to talk or walk in the Annex was strictly prohibited as well. This was due to the fact that Mr. Frank was afraid of anyone in the building hearing the footsteps and getting suspicious.
This is not something the ATF saw necessary to do. After they sought out specialists within the religious field they went against all advice. ATF was advised that entering the Davidian compound, guns blazing with hostility, would only provoke the group. Which in turn is exactly what it did. Also, the ATF seemed to have a lack of understanding of the Davidians and their religion, there seemed to be an underlying sense of judgement.
Furthermore, there are no big, world-class, cities in small states. Small states are just generally not as populated as bigger states are. The Electoral College was also made because the Fathers thought that many of the citizens in the U.S. were poorly educated and would not make the smart decision to vote for the more qualified president. However, today, people have radios, television, the Internet, phones, newspapers, and many other tools of technology. It is incredibly easy to obtain information about different political candidates and
The individuality of each polis created fear, suspicion and distrust among other city-states and there was no way to regulate the power between two or more city-states. This would result in their eventual demise. The polis did however create a concept of a public political process and involvement in the