Another reason that the confederate was banned is because people thought it was a rebellious flag. They thought the confederate flag was banned because they found it offensive. because the government didn’t like it because they thought it was a rebel banner and didn’t want it to start anything with anyone else so they banned it so there was no problem with anyone else or anything else. Also because people want it to be back up because some people don’t like it down or banned. Another reason they outlawed the flag is because it wasn’t showing any respect for people that fought in a war and got no respect for people that died.
This helps me answer the main question because the North was almost ruining the South without fully knowing it. They decided to pay no attention to the Southern
This is because, as seen in the example of McCarthyism, with the demise of the left-led unions and organizations, the nation lost the network that created a public space where legitimate alternatives to the status quo could be presented. In addition, moderate reform groups were now exposed to right-wing attacks, which rendered them less effective. Schrecker also said, “Moderates feared being identified with anything that seemed too radical, and people to the left of them were either unheard or under attack.” (Schrecker 105). Aforementioned in the previous paragraph, the majority of Americans feared being labeled
1. Racism and Research: The Case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study is an article written by Allen M. Brandt in 1978. In this article, Brandt wants to show that the Tuskegee Syphilis Study was not serious studied about the syphilis, but it was revealed more about racism. He said that, “Failure to place the study in a historical context also made it impossible for the investigation to deal with the essentially racist nature of the experiment” (Brandt). Thus, his quote just showed the offensiveness that racism was created in the society.
The Reconstruction was unsuccessful because it was never finished and faced a big problem, the president get assassinated.The main point was to help the South been how it was before in terms of economic issues . The South was destroyed because a lot of battles of the Civil War were fought there. Another problem faced in the Reconstruction was the free slaves issue, after the Reconstruction had ended, freed slaves who had been elected to federal and state officials were quickly voted out, and the Southerners used violence and terror groups like the Ku Ku Klan to enforce the policies of the Solid South. After all, Reconstruction didn 't really help the South, and it was never a real Reconstruction.
This is true because he was not maintaining peace/stability and he was too strong of a leader. Andrew Jackson didn’t promote democracy well because he wasn’t maintaining peace and stability. In “The Trail of Tears” Jackson wasn’t maintaining stability by kicking the American Indians out
But “when the South attached less significance to its defeat than the North did to its victory, Confederate morale would no longer match the task of maintaining public will at a level necessary for victory.” (Richard Beringer, Herman Hattaway, Archer Jones, and William Still: “Why the South Lost the Civil War” , Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1986, page 49). Additionally, the Confederates lacked a true sense of nationhood, for many Confederates could not agree on why they fought or what the Confederacy actually stood for. The Confederacy was in theory a nation only on paper, for “it was not in the hearts and minds of its would-be citizens. These deficiencies reflected a national will that did not equal the demands placed upon it.” (page 64 of Berringer, Hattaway,
George Clinton, Samuel Adams, Luther Martin, Richard Henry Lee, and Patrick Henry who were a part of the American Revolution, rejected the Convention in Philadelphia because they did not agree with its objectives. They were convinced that it threatened the “core principles” of the revolutionary heritage. The government regulated by the new Constitution and its democracy were less likely to thrive in small towns because people would not vote directly for their senators or their president, and radical egalitarianism did not have the opportunity to develop under the enhanced central state. Anti-Federalists actually exposed a wide range of ideas and theories; some aimed at reducing federal power, while others asked for the restrictions of that
King recognized that his people should have these basic civil rights, but segregation which was the law at the time deprived his people of those rights. It was a bad law that helped perpetuate injustice and needed to be eradicated. Martin Luther King recognized that segregation was the force that was impeding on his people’s civil rights. Segregation was a bad law and the reason for that was the people making the laws (the statesmen) didn’t know what they were doing nor did they care about upholding an ethical and moral obligation to
During the start of our world the framers of the Constitution despised the thought of their being political parties, many thought of political parties as being illegitimate they were unanimously against them and the emergence of the third parties in and their impact on politics in America was a strong one. The thought of having no parties didn’t last long and the very first third party came forward, the Anti-Masons. The Anti-Masons appeared in 1828 under the lead of Clay Whig after the disappearance of William Morgan. This third party was highly opposed to Free Masonry because back then you couldn’t become anything or move forward in society unless you were a Free Mason; this was near impossible considering that there was favoritism in that