Rachel Kay How accurate is it to say Frederick William IV was responsible for the failure of the Frankfurt Parliament? The Frankfurt Parliament was established to create freedom of press, German citizenship for all, fair taxation, equality of political rights and to create a unified Germany. However, countries like Austria greatly opposed it. Frederick William IV could be seen as responsible for the failure of the Frankfurt Parliament because he refused to accept any form of leadership and made it clear he distrusted the ‘gentlemen of Frankfurt’. However, many other factors played a role in the demise of the Parliament such as the fact that they were ill-organised, the lack of popular support and their inability to enforce decisions.
These men were rivals and each trying to gain control of the White party. A main problem that they faced was that within them there were different groups. These were the Mensheviks, Socialists, Revolutionaries, Cadets and Officers of the old Tsarist army. The problem was that the white party faced was that these groups found it hard to come to decisions and to co-operate with each other. This meant that ordered were not issued promptly due to disagreements.
Confederation and Constitution period ( 1783-1789) Introduction After American Revolution the states were in the situation where they couldn’t pay off the war debts, or negotiate and regulate commerce with foreign nations. In fact the relationship between the states were shaken as they had to compete for trade opportunities which was taken advantage of by Britain- still the world’s strongest trading nation. State governments tended to be dominated by their legislatures and thus provided little effective check on violent and dominant factions. The need for a strong national government became obvious. Once the British system of government was rejected, the states, operating under the “Articles of Confederation,” saw
The weaknesses that Congress had were much greater than their strengths. The government was unable to enforce any laws, they had no power to levy taxes, it lacked a strong and steady leadership, and there was no national army or navy nor a national system of courts. Each state could make their own money and taxes on trade between states. The Articles had a legislature that was unicameral, one house, called congress. Members of congress consisted of between two and seven members per state, and voting in Congress gave only one vote per state.
Clemenceau resented Wilson’s generous attitude towards Germany and Lloyd George’s desire to not treat Germany too harshly. He said “if they British are so anxious to appease Germany they should look overseas and make colonial, naval or commercial concessions”. These disagreements left the big three unsatisfied and ultimately left them with a weak mere shadow of a perhaps great treaty due to their own arrogance and. It contained many faults and weaknesses. The treaty of Versailles greatly humiliated Germany forcing it to accept soul responsibility for the war.
Both classes had disagreements with the Articles of Confederation. Federalists say that the articles were weak and ineffective because the state governments was too weak to apply laws and ordered for a national government instead. We Anti-federalists however believed that the Articles of Confederation was a good plan and that there should not be a government more powerful than the state governments. Believing that state governments should have more power compared to the national government was one of the big reasons why the anti-federalists supported the Articles of Confederation. How about the U.S constitution, what factors were held to point out?
France wasn’t part of the colonies like America was, America was sick of being treated badly, and unfairly so they decided to fight. But as for France they were having trouble with their government and needed to create a new one witch they did. And to me it seems like America had much more at stake. The American and French Revolution both worked out in favor of France and for America they both got what they wanted France got the government they fought for, and America parted ways with Britain. The two revolutions were a big part in both America’s history, and a big part in Frances history.
Moreover, Horatio has no evidence that the HR department treated him in a negative manner and he will not win. If Horatio stays, with the company, the other employees will be overworked therefore, there is no time to train a person with no knowledge or education in HR. Horatio has the burden to prove that in the Title VII complaint, prima facie case of racial discrimination was the reason for
No government in human history has oppressed so many people at the same time with such ruthless, depraved and iron cruelty. None. No nation, no dictator, no evil worm (neither Nero nor Hitler, Hirohito nor Napoleon), no empire, not even any Chinese dynasty, not the Romans, not the Greeks, not the Persians, not the British Empire, the French, the Dutch, the Spanish, the Portuguese, or any colonizing country in history. None of them presided over (though many of them aspired to) the utter oppression of literally billions. None of
It was not the strength of the opposing forces, both liberal and conservative, but rather the stubbornness of Wilson that led to the defeat in the Treaty of Versailles. Wilson himself was an incredibly stubborn man and was the main reason the treaty failed in his hands. His inability to compromise caused him to loose support within the Democratic Party, thus resulting in the Senate defeat of the