This shows that he is highly unpopular with lawyers as he believes if they do not do their job properly they should be fined however lawyers are the only category which state that he is un-liked compared to the ‘whole people’. Sources 1 and 2 both agree that he had a lot of power over the nobility and they were not fond of that. Source 1 state’s ‘his hostility towards...nobles’ this shows that Wolsey was aggressive towards the nobles which created ‘great irritation’. Wolsey saw himself above the nobility so he did not give them any respect and believed they could not do their job properly. Source 2 agrees that he had a lot of power of the nobility as he ‘shakes them by the ear’ this quote show that Skelton was taking the mick out of the nobility for not standing up to Wolsey which shows the amount of power he had over them but also that the nobles did actually fear Wolsey.
Certainly these changes were massive, quite abrupt and differed drastically from the norm; however that does not necessarily make them bad. Except, that is how they are viewed by many historians today. The historian N.Reeves believes Akhenaten was unsuccessful, but more in his religion reforms. 'For ordinary folk, there is little doubt that Akhenaten's actions as king over time inflicted the greatest misery: the people were confused by the man's religious vision, frightened by the ruthless manner in which it was imposed and quite likely appalled by his personal behaviour.' Reeves believe that the changes would have confusing and scary for the common people.
They must be flogged. Upon hearing this Major Cabot Forbes is disgusted and reacts by denouncing the action of using a whip. Showing his leadership Shaw supports the flogging and tells his friend of many years Major Cabot to never question is authority causing a shrift between them, after a few exchanges of words the flogging begins. This is the point of the film where friends of Colonel Shaw are confused by his actions and are confused why he is behaving in way that he has not before in a more mean spirited and somewhat racist way. There also seems to be a conflict going on within himself.
 Peter's frequent travels left Russia unmanned, often for months at a time. His absence often spawned revolts and rebellions among the people.  When Peter returned he showed no mercy in putting down the rebellions and asserting his absolute power over the country. This is when Peter's true cruelty was shown, his brutality in sentencing those who rebelled brought out a different man, a man who loved to see people suffer, a man we would see more often as his reign progressed. People who expressed negative thoughts about Peter's decisions were often executed before they had a chance to gain followers and rebel against the Tsar.
Conscripted peasants had begun to lose interest, and their welfare was harmed with the conscription of animals, meaning beasts of burden and the like were deposed to military use. Most of the officers had bought their positions for reasons of prestige and glory, meaning that they were inexperienced and not fit to lead armies into war. He, despite the warnings of his advisors, joined the front ranks. Nicholas believed he was doing the right thing, rather than realizing the incompetence of his own aggressive nationalism. This led to Russia being in the control of the German Alexandria, who was hated by the Russian people because of her inability to speak Russian, her reliance on Grigory Rasputin, a mystic who claimed to heal her son, her antisocial, depressed attitude and a general political incompetence to rival Nicholas’s.
The women noticed that trifle, but the men were too busy looking at the dead body and making inferences about how Mr. Wright was killed that they overlooked the similar knotting of the quilt and of the rope around Mr. Wright's neck. At this point the women realize that Mrs. Wright has killed her husband, but do not want to break their alliance and turn her in. Both Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Wright could not believe what they have discovered. The two women have hidden the evidence to protect Mrs. Wright because they imagine themselves in her place and understood the hard life of Minnie Foster. Also the men who were trying to solve the case thought they were superior to women - in general men of that time, where women were not heard and had no rights (to vote, to buy a house, to get
Xaymara Ruiz Morrell/Horan English II 20 May 2012 Creons unjust and unfair choices Due to the actions made by creon as a king,society viewed him as unfair and unjust,causing the town to fall apart in many ways.Creon rejected all advice. "Creon rejects the leaders suggestion.Naturally,for he knows the explanation.Its sedition, working through bribery". "For me ,a man who rules the entire state and does not take the best advice there is,but throgh fear keeps his mouth forever shut....".Creon was deaf to entreaties. "Creon wants the moral support of these men because he forsees disobedience to his edict". "So spit this girl out-she's yur enemy.Let her marry someone else in hades.Since i caught her clearly disobeying,the only culpit in the entire
Moreover, Joseph Strorm is deliberately alarmed from David’s statement, and anticipates that the Norm is the Image of God. Therefore, Joseph is very scared from his father’s reaction, and is forced to pray instantly for forgiveness from committing a blasphemy. That is because he is afraid that he may be sent to the fringes because his father is very stern about mistakes coming about mutants, which is a thing that accurse the light of God and man. Furthermore, the anxiety of people in Waknuk is enhancing due to the rapid annihilation of blasphemies and offences. Offences in the spring births are low, but “the vegetables there was little deviation....that the inspector had posted only a single field for burning.” (42).
After being in an accident, the family sets along a ditch, shaken up from the wreck when The Misfit and his accomplices arrive offering assistance. The grandmother tells The Misfit that she knows he is a good man, and comes from nice people. She loses all her moral value by trying to persuade The Misfit to spare her life even after he orders Bobby Lee and Hiram to take her family’s lives. The grandmother does not stand her ground towards the escaped inmate by offering him all the money she has on her, and by saying “You wouldn’t shoot a lady, would you?” Even when she states that Jesus may have not raised the dead. The grandmother is obviously Christian and begins to pray when she learns that The Misfit may take her life.
Like Thoreau, Dr. King feels that there is an innate good in all people, and knows that the collective cannot idly sit by while their compatriots are done an injustice. At the exact same time, however, Dr. King is aware of the effects of psychological deindividuation found in group settings when he acknowledges that “groups tend to be more immoral than individuals” ( 12). This statement is more an attack on the white oppressors than anything else. Through deindividuation, Dr. King reduces his opponents to faceless masses incapable of thinking for themselves, but rather are subject to the mob mentality. Dr. King recognizes that this is a potential flaw in collective action, but the justice pursued by his movement prevents his collective from such ill effects.