Past politicians, legislation and political movements have changed the course of history in ways both big and small. Welcome to our blast to the past.
Leaders have elected their 25 members to support this cause and to maintain peace and freedom, and to provide and guarantee their charter. If we are not within 40 days of the date on which the charges were announced, the Chief Justice will take action, four of whom will say that they will take the matter to others and will disturb us and attack us. in every way, with the support of the whole community of the country, to oppress our castles, the land, and our property, save our people, the Queen, and our children until they defend the reward they will decide.
United States Coal Wars
In the 1910s, Russia was dealing with a civil war which led to them turning to Marxist-Leninist socialism for their preferred form of economic system, but people forget the United States was fighting its own series of Civil Wars over the question of labor, starting with the Coal Wars. This is an often forgotten part of pre-World War I history that very few ever hear about in history class, but has had an effect on American policy that continued to influence the United States into my favorite era of history: the Cold War. Hopefully, I can shed some light on this part of American history:
Why the Titanic Still Fascinates Us
“Suddenly there was a wild coming together of voices from the ship and we noticed an unusual commotion among the people about the railing,” she said. “Then the awful thing happened, the thing that will remain in my memory until the day I die.”
Atom bomb in Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Two bombs fell on Japan in 1945 and killed hundreds of thousands of people, and their effects are still visible. Koko Kondo, who was buried under the rubble with his mother and eight-month-old baby after the Hiroshima attack, has spent his entire life fighting for nuclear disarmament.
The Missing Pages Of American History Part IV
Throughout our brief history, the United States government has either subconsciously or not perpetuated a level of imbalances within our society. The consequences are profound. The inequality, the racial divides, and the level of corruption that has seeped into the very framework of our Democratic process have all succeeded in rendering our society almost incapable of bridging the enormous gaps of inequality in our nation today. In fact, any attempt to rectify the crisis we face has always created yet another crisis.
When Queen Elizabeth II dies, what will happen?
Since 1952, the Queen has been decorated with the Royal Throne, the longest reign ever held by any British monarch. She saw more than a dozen UK Premiers and over 20 Olympic summer games throughout her rule and more than a half dozen popes. It is the cornerstone of the Commonwealth and the guardian of over 600 organizations.
Biography of Adolf Hitler
In 1933 the Reichstag passed the Unifying Act, which began the process of transforming the Weimar Republic into Nazi Germany, a one-party dictatorship based on the Nazi dictatorship. On March 23 the German Bundestag passed the "Unifying Act", which gave Hitler full power and celebrated the merger of the country's capitalists with the old German institution under Hindenburg. In July, the government passed a law declaring that the Nazi party would be the only political party in Germany, and within months all non-Nazi parties, unions, and other organizations withdrew.
Then and Now – How US Presidents have Handled Public Health Crises Through History
Almost every POTUS has been called upon to combat a crisis – political scandal, economic catastrophe, natural disaster, or terrorist attack – during their tenure. Few, however, have had to deal with a long-drawn out pandemic of worldwide significance. The COVID-19 pandemic has sorely tested America’s preparedness for an outbreak of infectious diseases and has posed a serious threat to public health and economy.
America's Two Party System
American technically has many other political parties, but it is mostly a two party system. This has been some degree of an issue for this country and the concept of American democracy and freedom in my opinion that needs to rectify in order to make the United States a true democracy. As I have mentioned before, no third party has even had any share of electoral votes since 1968 or had any majorities in the Legislative branch. This is different than the many parties that tend to exist in many democracies such as the 13 parties in Italian parliament. There are reasons for why this two party system has mostly dominated the politics of the United States.
The Japanese American Story As Told Through A Collection of Speeches and Articles, A Story of Hope
Although there has been a few attention added to the experience of Japanese Americans for the duration of World War II while humans of Japanese descent were unjustly incarcerated in American attention camps, it's miles a tale approximately which much of most of the people isn't aware. These humans suffered severe racism and hatred. Surviving required desire to carry some mild out of the darkness in their lives.
House on the Hill
There was a house built high up on a hill. This house was fashioned to be a shining beacon of freedom and a mansion for every man. Those that built this house reaped the resources around them by cutting down the trees, sawing the wood, laying down the foundation and positioning the corner stone perfectly. The architects truly had a master plan in mind when they erected this edifice. They carved and cut out the windows and furnished the house with the finest furniture making it a place of comfort and protection from the elements. Once the builders and the architects finished, they looked upon it and said “this truly is a fine house, spacious and comfortable with many rooms and enough beds for everyone and for all whom built it. Every hand that laid bricks for this house should have a say in how it is furnished and should have a room in it, a bed and should be able to eat from its kitchen—all who worked shall eat.” Upon hearing this, the architects and the builders all agreed and immediately began preparations to move into this new mansion built by the many. But, while some were making their preparations, others looked inside the house, looked at its many rooms and though it were a spacious house, abundant in every way, inside of these men was nothing but a spirit of lack. That lack, they projected onto the house and its rooms. “If Everyone gets a room, the less rooms we get” they said to themselves. “Why should we share with them, when we can have more?” they thought to themselves. Suddenly, the abundance of rooms appeared to them as not enough, the space suddenly shrank before their eyes and the hallways didn’t seem as long. So, the architects dichotomized the builders into groups: their group and the other group, the superior and the inferior, the worthy and the unworthy, the old and the young, the citizen and the foreigner, the majority and the minority.
Freedom is NOT Free!
Freedom is not Free. As told by a fighter in the 60’s Civil Rights Movement Freedom is not free. Many decades ago, I sat my seventeen-year-old body in the streets in front of my college campus. Praying that the moving cars would indeed halt and not crush my young body, I knew I was fighting for freedom. I also knew that there was a risk I had to take to gain this freedom.