The farmers rarely had education, they were also mocked when they attempted to be included in politics. The scarecrow 's head was also stuffed with straw. Both farmers and the scarecrow weren 't able to do their jobs. In the beginning of the book the scarecrow was stuck on a pole he wasn 't able to scare crows away. The farmers couldn 't provide for their family because they lacked power and money to effectively work on their farms, they were stuck in bad economy.
Daniel Shays did accomplish Shays rebellion. Shays Rebellion farmers couldn’t pay their taxes and the government was going to take their farms at first Shay’s Rebellion did not succeed but they did solve a plan. But Daniel did die on September 29,1825 But it had nothing to do with Shays Rebellion. In his later life he became a leader in the revolt of small farmers that resulted from post war economic depression; the uprising became known as Shays's Rebellion. After the defeat of the insurgents in Feb., 1787, Shays fled to Vermont.
This particular tax affected farmers more than other groups. Farmers profited from the sale of whiskey and were very hostile to the idea. Hamilton understood that extinguishing the rebellion was critical and the country needed to demonstrate control without toleration. Hamilton advocated for military force. At first Washington sent negotiators, but soon realized his words would not be efficient enough to dissolve the conflict.
The people that were left in the tribe at the time did not sign up to leave their homes, which demonstrates how powerless they were over the invasion. In fact, the leaders of these tribes signed the treaties then ran off and the 17,000 people that were left did not agree with the treaty; however, they were still forced to go to Oklahoma. The humiliation began as soon as the General Scott’s troops arrived in the Cherokee territory. Private John Burnett explained how he saw the Cherokee as they were “dragged from their homes, and driven at the bayonet point into stockades”(Burnett). It was as if the Native Americans were wild animals that were
The famine was caused by a slew of things ranging from economic mismanagement to environmental neglect.The causes stem from the collapse of the Soviet Union as it was its largest supplier of food aid, fuel and most other commodities that north korea didn't have much of.North Korea has an ideology called Juche (주체) which practices ‘Self Reliance’ which isn't a viable option for the country, given that 20% of it's land is arable and yet is not very fertile. Farmers were put in communal farms where they had to plant and grow what they were told to. These farmers either had no interest or experience with the crops and would often grow and not yield as much crop as desired. In some cases a lot of forests were destroyed to make new land and crops were grown on hillsides which made the land unstable and inarable. The effects were catastrophic except to those in the very few and far between of the North Korean elite who lived under a system which prioritised them, the military and then the people.
The final area I researched dealt with the effects on President Hoover’s presidency. During his presidency there was strong opinion he was to blame for the horrible economy because he did little to nothing to help improve people situation. As a result people started to refer to items using his name snidely. An example were Hooverville’s where the homeless population lived in communities of tin structures and had no access to heat, water, or the newly introduced electricity. A few other examples included Hoover blankets, newspapers that were used as blanket, and Hoover flags, an empty pocket turned inside out.
Their is nothing saying the intentionally caused the famine, but they definitely didn’t help the situation. The government hid everything and worked very hard to “conceal the existence of the famine in Ukraine” from the world. They didn’t want people to know about the Famine which can imply that they knew something was wrong. Walter Duranty wrote “..saw empty houses that bear witness--people ran away to find work and food elsewhere” (Document C). Duranty visited Ukraine during the Famine.
As multiple countries don’t want their people to know about how the Russian Revolution was like, when they perceived the idea of what happened, they banned the book in a sturdy amount of countries. In the Russian Revolution they used to abuse the people in countless ways and that was portrayed in “Animal Farm” where the animals weren’t living in peace, they used to work all day, every week and also get a less amount of food and resources, but never stood against it, according to the story of “The Russian Revolution”. Of course, the most nerve-racking parts were if the animals were of no use or didn’t follow the rules ,they would get killed by Napoleon’s dogs like what is likely to happen to the people of the Russian Revolution. At that time Stalin was full of power, and was at the highest peak of his life where he had the power to do anything to anyone, so maybe after getting to know about this book he could’ve probably assassinated Orwell, and take this book out of existence. But turning this into a “Fairy Story”, made him safe and at the same time pass the message to
They worked in harsh working conditions and had no education. Eventually, however, Czar Alexander II abolished Serfs, but they still had little education, and overall didn’t have an impact. People them began getting fed up with the Czars, so they marched to protest. These protests ended with over 1,000 protester deaths. There was great
If the army had a problem congress would be there to support me. Valley Forge At the time of George washington felt bad about how they were treated. The soldiers did not have good food, the soldiers were living in bad conditions in the year 1777 because the house has holes and they had bad food and In the morning it was really cold. If I were a soldier, I would re-enlist because they are losing people and they need people. I would re-enlist so I could fight for my nation, they need more people and i don't want to be a summer soldier.
In 1786, Daniel Shays, like other farmers, was with his inability to pay high debts. So, out of anger, formed a group of farmers who were frustrated too. The national government didn’t have a right or means to raise any army, so the governor of Massachusett formed an army on his own. New laws were drafted, which offered welcome relief to all of the debtors. But in the end, the rebellion helped highlight issues with the articles of confederation.
Shay’s Rebellion Many farmers in the newly settled areas of central and eastern Massachusetts suffered from high debt as they tried to establish new farms. Unlike some of the other state legislatures, Massachusetts did not pass pro-debtor laws such as forgiving debt or printing more paper money. Instead, they had local sheriffs seize property and farms and place those farmers that could not afford to pay their debts into prison. This led to the first armed rebellion in the post-Revolutionary United States. The protestors believed that they were protecting the “good of the commonwealth” and opposing the “tyrannical government in the Massachusetts state” (Keene 2013).
The Articles of Confederation were approved on November 1777, which left many constraints on the federal government. The people were so worried about corruption, that they left the government powerless on all affairs, including foreign relations, military, Indian issues, and interstate disputes. In addition it denied Congress the power of taxation, the states were supposed to donate money to the government, which rarely occured. Each state had only one vote in Congress, but could send as many as seven delegates or as few as two, but if they divided equally on an issue the state lost its vote. There was not a President or independent executive and no veto over legislate decisions.
The Articles of Confederation was the first written constitution of the united states. It gave great power to the State governments. The states had numerous rights to run their State the way they wanted to without consent from the national government.The States were not responsible for paying taxes to the central government, which led to lack of resources for a military among other necessities. The neighboring countries and foreign nations were very apprehensive to sign a deal or trade with the US given the fragile and weak nature of the national government. Basically the angry farmers who were rebelling posed a threat to all the citizens.
There were farms and small stores in the area, but there was not enough food to feed all of the soldiers and many became desperate and attempted to steal food from the farmers and food stores. Washington ended up writing to Congress, saying subsistence in the best manner they can ...“I am now convinced, beyond a doubt that unless some great and capital change suddenly takes place… this army must inevitably be reduced to one or other of these three things. Starve, dissolve, or disperse, in order to obtain …” After letting Congress know this, General Washington received a message saying a large British group of troops was nearby (Allen 27). Washington’s men prepared to march, but because of the worsening winter weather conditions and the fact they had no boots or shoes and very little clothing, they thought it would be too dangerous to march (Allen