In fact, it affected people, the country it was built in, and civilization. Nature doesn 't like walls, neither do people, mostly. That 's why the wall of Berlin was tore down, because it didn 't do anything but destroy the government and people of that country. If people were meant to be isolated, then maybe a wall would be the answer, but people deserve freedom. Maybe now, we the people know not to ever build a wall to seperate anybody from anything.
During the time span of 14 years (1919 - 1933) there existed 20 different coalition governments. Another issue was that most government officials were right wings and wanted the government to change. This was a crucial issue when it came to the Kapp Putsch, out of the 700 rebels that were tried, only 1 had gone to prison, also after the Munich Putsch, Hitler was sentenced to only 9 months in prison for trying to overthrow the government. Other constitutional issues are the German stares being too powerful and the army not being in full control of the government. This affected the Weimar Republic as they did not have full support when it came to major uprisings such as the crisis of 1923 or even the Kapp
Along with the soldiers not being trained, they also never were there to guard the towers they were assigned. The soldiers don't really have to worry about being trained if they are never in the place they are needed. This may have been an ample reason that Rome fell. With the chance of enemies coming to attack with untrained soldiers plus them not watching out for the city on top of that, the city was bound to fall apart eventually. When the soldiers were where they were assigned, they were always complaining how heavy the armor was.
Currently, there is nowhere in our nation that someone working full-time minimum wage can afford housing. I have, as your loving Dictator, increased minimum wage, but that still puts much of the housing out of reach for people. Something as basic as housing should be affordable and within reach for anyone. The rising cost of housing has far outpaced the rise of income, resulting in either abandoning people to the streets or so in debt just trying to keep a roof over their head they slip a bit more behind each month, so I plan on changing that. Government housing is one solution.
Before this act, most public officials didn’t receive a salary, and only the most wealthy citizens could become an official. Now, the poor and the unwealthy may serve as an official if they were to be elected. Because there were many newly added public officials, Athens had more citizens participating in their government. This improvement made Athens on the greatest democratic
The main reason why Utopian City failed because lost of freedom. Utopia city was created by architect, means that architect can draw anything he imagined or anything he wanted to make a perfect community and city. Hence, the architect must have imagined how people will live in “his” designed city. It takes away their freedom indirectly. People lost freedom as they can’t live in the way they wanted.
Social Security provides the majority of cash income for almost two thirds of the elderly.”(Brown, Dorothy) According to this view, Social Security is an entirely significant program, which needs to continue to be funded. On the other hand however, others argue that not all who pay into Social Security use it and therefore should get a choice in paying the tax.
Along with not being sufficiently effective at stopping crime, greater sentencing and fewer chances to be released has created a costly problem. It forces some prison facilities to operate like a home for the elderly. A prime example of this is at Lakeland Men’s Correctional Facility in Coldwater Michigan, where thirty-five thousand dollars a year minimum are spent on each prisoner. While this number is already far too large it does not include the medical expenses of the older residents which are estimated to be around double that (Freiss). One may argue that this is merely an isolated incident, which is unique to michigan.
Sulaymaniyah is an example and the result of various different plans that made this city to be an unattractive city. The roads are irregular and the houses and buildings are arranged in strange ways; one building is high; one is small, one is 5 meter before another, one is built on a triangle land, so there is not pretty plans and standards which all things belong to them. To build a beautiful city there must be a planner to say that the roads should be designed this way, the building should have these standards, and people should not build their houses anywhere they want otherwise the result will be a city like Sulaymaniyah. Descartes also successfully implied this believing on the laws and want to say that if the laws devised by one person, the results will be effective even if the laws are not good. Nowadays, some Kurds say that the days which Saddam Hussein was the president of Iraq, things were going better because one person devised all the laws and plans, and the laws were equal to all Iraqi civilians.
This scheme was introduced during the colonial era around the 1960s whereby the National Housing Commission provided the public servants or the government employees with the building materials and the land. The employees were then allocated state land to build their homes throughout the country (Paulisbo, 2013). According to Paulisbo (2013), another scheme introduced in the late 1960s and early 1970s under the colonial administration was the rental purchase scheme. This scheme was introduced primarily for the government employees to be accommodated in affordable homes after the National Housing Commission constructed the low cost fibro houses. The approval for this scheme was through the NEC Decision 331/81 in November of 1981.