Since Sam Wyly first business success he went on several different business ventures one of these businesses was failing restaurant chain called Bonanza. With his leadership, the company moved from 4.2 million lost to making 2 million dollars' worth of profit. The reason why is that he appointed Dan Thomas as CEO, in which Sam refer to him as the "greatest manger he ever meets". He turns around the store around by turning the company owned store into franchises and he added a salad bar. He sold his company to Metromedia conglomerate for $83 million.
(n.d)). In this essay, i will compare and contrast ancient Greek’s various form of governance ranging from Monarchy, aristocracy, tyranny, oligarchy and democracy. Monarchy Greek city –States practiced monarchies form of government, this is a type of government ruled by a single person, usually the king with the help of council of advisors and his powers were hereditary, the king has absolute power and citizens have no say in their governments. He usually retain his political power for life and his eldest son ( the prince) succeeds him on the throne. Notable monarchies in Greek city-states were those of Epeiros and Macedonia, where the king shared power with the assembly.
HIST 1421 The Life and Governmental Structures of the People of Athens and Sparta UoP Word Count: 1447 Abstract In this paper I will discuss how the people in Athens and Sparta obtain the right to participate in public life and make decisions affecting the community. I will also talk about who was able to hold public office and what kinds of rules governed the selection of public office holders. I will talk about how these two city-states (Athens and Sparta) were similar in governmental structures and also address how they differed and in what ways. The people of Athens and Sparta were different in many aspects of their political, government and society set up and this showed in the basic way that they conducted their everyday lives.
After his death he would be succeeded by his eldest son, the prince. If there was no successor, his military advisors would usually battle amongst each other to ascend the throne. Monarchies eventually disappeared from Greek rule, and was replaced by a different system where a small group of people shared power and ruled as a group. The Aristocracy Aristocracy comes from the Greek words aristos (meaning excellent) and kratos (meaning power). Aristocracy is the type of government which put power in the
These forms of government have different styles of governance. This paper will first discuss the various forms of government in ancient Greece; the monarchy, aristocracy, tyranny, oligarchy, and democracy, Compare and contrast these forms of government,
Cesar Chavez Washington DC Monument Proposal: Cesar Chavez was born on March 31, 1927 as a first-generation citizen in Yuma, Arizona, US from latino-born parents. His parents owned a piece of farmland, but they lost it during the great depression. Not long after, after finishing middle school, Cesar was forced to labour in farms to help provide for his family. As the years passed by, he realized that not only were the conditions for farmers disgustingly ugly, but the payment they were receiving was close to nothing, and it kept all the workers well under the poverty line. During his twenties, he joined the US Navy and served in the West Pacific in the World War II aftermath.
The Spartan Empire Spartan Government: An oligarchy system was adopted in Sparta. In the oligarchy system, few people has the power to rule. Sparta also had an assembly just like Athens, but the main decisions were taken by the “Council of Elders” with two kings and twenty-eight other men as its members. The two kings where born within the royal family while the twenty-eight man where elected by the assembly. For men to be elected to the Council of Elders, they had to be at least 60 years old and approaching from a noble family.
Among the Ancient Greece polices there are two which mostly deserve the research of their history, namely Athens and Sparta. These city-states applies different approaches to the political organization, social structure and adoption of different cultural priorities. The abovementioned differences presuppose the unequal influence of these states on the development of ancient Greece and modern world in general. Within the sphere of political organization, the Athens are regarded to be the homeland of democracy, while Spartan society demonstrates the features of oligarchy. The post-Cleisthenes Athens had a special system of government, which is often thought to be the most democratic one of all times.
The Polis and Ancient Greek Life To the Ancient Greeks, the Polis was the center of their way of life. From socializing to conducting business to even deciding whether to go to war, the Polis was a very important aspect of the Greek’s lives. In the essay, the functions of the Polis will be discussed along with how the Polis managed to bring about the formation of Democracy, with the Polis of the city of Athens being the main example. The importance of the Polis will be explored through this essay because without the Polis, Democracy as we know it may not have ever formed. In ancient Greece, the Polis was the center of everything, consisting of the main town, but also farms and villages surrounding the polis.