Mike Hammer believe that “physicians didn’t understand, nor were they interested in, the role of costs in determining the viability of hospitals” (p. 546). Hammer tried different approaches to cutting costs, which were always rejected by the physicians. He even ran into conflict with the hospital’s board of trustees who would always side with the physicians. Dr. Williams felt that “Hammer was asking for a cultural change that was impossible” (p. 546) Hammer hired a chief operating officer (COO) that would help him implement cost cutting procedures. Discuss the conflict management styles that are evident in the case.
Some of the things they spent it on were golden statues of themselves, banquets that were very expensive and clothes made out of the finest, unique fabrics instead of trying to develop the infrastructure of Rome. By spending so much money on themselves, they had to raise the taxes so they could carry on paying for their own well-being. As they raised the taxes, less people could pay for their well-being such as food, which caused another problem, poverty. Furthermore, another problem was how much money the Roman Empire spent on creating new buildings, which were built on people’s land. But the empire were very inconsiderate and silly as people were paying the taxes by growing and harvesting crops which they would sell to the markets in order to pay for the taxes.
He required that his subjects “loan him the equivalent of five subsidies” and although it was “opposed by significant numbers in the localities,” the taxation still occurred as the government had “employed all its powers to eliminate resistance”. Moreover, the Forced Loan only happened as a result of Charles dismissing the 1626 Parliament, forfeiting his opportunity of obtaining further grants for his wartime expenditure. Parliament had already been antagonised by Charles’ decision to dismiss them and now that Charles was forcing taxation on others in order to fund his wartime expenditure, due to disastrous foreign policy which Parliament largely disagreed with, it is clear that the Forced Loan had worsened relations greatly. In addition to this, the financing of foreign policy also affected the relationship between Crown and Parliament. As stated previously, the Forced Loan existed to fund England’s wars considering that Parliament was reluctant to grant Charles further subsidies.
That’s what German people want; they liked to be reminded of the humiliation caused by the War, and they wanted to get it back from the Republic. The Party’s anti-Communism was also liked by the workers. The workers and farmers were supposed to support the Left Wing parties, but, the communists wanted to take away their money and property, these policies obviously showed why workers and farmers in rural areas tended to support the Nazis and became the Nazi Party’s major groups of supporters. The world trade suddenly stopped, and America wanted her money back, now this showed how dangerous the Young Plan could be. The Republic couldn’t pay back the loans, and the agriculture depression grew even worse, because it was already there before the Depression kicked off; it had not been solved at all.
This decreased the income of money going into the government which was used for military and other government worthy things. The result of that led to higher taxation on citizens which made the people of Rome upset and ended up having less money to buy necessities and other things to keep the economy rolling. Another important reason was the abundance of slaves in Rome. The large quantity of slaves help lead to the growth of latifundia which is large land estates, consisting mostly of slaves for farming. This ruined the farmers of Rome which in result, they drifted to cities that helped add more unemployment to the cities.
This made the people more frustrated with the Tsar as 10 million soldiers had already died, therefore they did not want the suffering to go on longer if they were not going to win. This made the 1917 revolution inevitable because the people
The poor would only enter these if they were absolutely destitute the conditions were so harsh. So in fact the workhouses were used as a derarent in order for the poor to become self reliant. Historically during the 18th and 19th century the most powerful and influential political ideology was economic liberalism. This encouraged individualism and free trade. It discouraged governments from spending public money on welfare services.
(Matteo needed to include that urban workers were also heavily taxed; taxes were used to help finance the modernisation of Russia’s backward industry). A short-term reason why there was revolution in 1905 was the costly Russo-Japanese War. Because of the conflict, which Russia was losing, there was less coal to use as heating and less food to eat. This caused general resentment amongst the poor people of Russia who wanted an end to the war. There were countless protests against the war with Japan and news of defeat after defeat only angered the Russian people more as they wanted a change in government.
England lost. Money is another reason Charles I was having problems with Parliament. On the coast people had to pay something called ship taxes for the country to build ships etc for war. But Charles was short for money. He introduced this tax to the whole country and misused it by not using it for ship money.
Additionally, USA never joined due to the fact that when the war ended in 1918, even though Woodrow Wilson pushed USA to join the League of Nations, his plans were confounded by Congress. USA was the leading power of the time, and its absence was a significant setback to the League, as now they had to rely on Britain and France who had been left weaker after WWI. Finally, the League ran on unanimous voting, meaning everyone had to agree for the action to be taken, and the permanent countries; Britain, France, Italy and Japan (who all joined in 1919), had a veto. This was a huge disadvantage because only in a situation where everyone agreed with each other, which was very rare, could an action be taken. In this way we can see that the League of Nations was a failure.