The source is from a modern book named ‘Britain and Ireland, from Home Rule to Independence’ and so you could argue the source is to be given some validity however given that it is a modern text you could question some of the information it presents as it is not a primary source of information. The source suggests that Asquith’s policy and attitude was not proactive enough, therefore criticising his methods. The source states that this as well as his ‘blunder’ of including Ulster in the Home Rule Bill of 1912, which subsequently caused the first and immediate threat of Civil War in Ireland was just some of the error. This source therefore supports this view to a great extent because of this evidence. Source 8 does not support this view, however the only evidence supporting it being that tensions between Nationalists and Unionists was high and that because of their differences Ireland was preparing for a Civil War, as suggested by source 7.
wawgfawsgwawgagaw‘Charles’ ability to finance his government effectively and without too much resentment during the personal rule was a remarkable achievement’ How far do you agree with this opinion? anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment The focus of the question is on the contentious subject of financing government in the years 1629-40. Responses are likely to focus on the considerable increase in royal revenue to nearly £1million a year and the achievement or a surplus over expenditure, in addition to the building and maintenance of an effective fleet in peace-time. The different sources for this improvement - Distraint of Knighthood, Forest Fines, Ship Money, Wardship etc. and improved customs revenue are all likely to figure.
These issues will be discussed by examining his management principles for church growth. In this essay, comparison between Warren’s and McGavran’s principles for the growth of church will also be discussed, especially in terms of receptivity, style of church, and leadership. Ⅱ Seeker (the unsaved visitor) Sensitive Management and Homogeneous Units Rick Warren’s main concern is that churches should be healthy. He argues that church growth is the natural result of church health, and such a health brings success to ministry. To be successful in ministry, he insists it takes skill, timing, and the right tools.
“In an effort to free international trade and fund postwar reconstruction, the member states agreed to fix their exchange rates by tying their currencies to the U.S. dollar. American politicians, meanwhile, assured the rest of the world that its currency was dependable by linking the U.S. dollar to gold; $1 equaled 35 oz. of bullion” (Stephey, 2008). The U.S. dollar has officially been accepted by people around the world. Bretton Woods System’s establishment and operation, has stopped the domain of international monetary and financial chaos, and greatly boosted international trade, investment and world economic development.
Lawren Britt Mr. Henneberry APUSH Set 4 10/9/13 Essential Questions Outlines 1) How did European monarchs use commerce and religion to advance their nations fortunes? Everyone understood the importance of commerce. It was found money. The English and Dutch were very good at sponsoring commence. One English king noticed how much the woolen merchants were making in Flanders.
Though there are some beneficial events, it was an overall devastating era. After the war of 1812, the people of the United States felt enormous pride in winning a war against the almighty Britain and used their nationalism to inspire improvements, such as Henry Clay’s American system. It consisted of the Second National Bank, a strong banking system, the Tariff of 1816, which raised money for the protection of American manufacturing goods, and internal improvements such as networks that build roads and canals which made better transportation to flow foodstuffs and raw materials from west and south to north and east. This shows that America had become a more self-sufficient government and started growing its own national identities. Nationalism also helped the push for westward expansion and the Monroe Doctrine.
Stresemann ended the hyperinflation crisis of 1923 by introducing a new currency, the Rentenmark, which was backed by US loans to replace the now worthless mark. This suggests that the period 1924-1929 were ‘golden’ to a certain extent as they managed to stabilise the German currency. In addition, the introduction of a new currency encouraged foreign investment in the German economy as other countries could be sure that the currency was stable and therefore a worthwhile investment and also increased industries and therefore solved the vast unemployment which had been a problem within Germany for many years previous to the Weimar constitution. The increase in industry is shown through the fact that by 1929 Germany was producing 33% more produce than in 1913, thus inferring that the ‘golden years’ were a turning point for Germany. Additionally, Stresemann negotiated the Dawes Plan in 1924 which softened the blow of reparations on Germany as well as securing loans from America which proved invaluable in turning around the German
Faith and Diplomacy In Madeleine Albright’s point out in her article, “Faith And Diplomacy,” she makes a valid point that religion plays an essential role throughout the world and should be separated from the government. In general faith-based diplomacy has been a key roll in today’s society, has a responsibility to give the people what they want and also what is best for them, when it came to religion, culture and politics. But diplomacy can be a challenge when it came to an agreement for both sides. In today’s world, religion-based diplomacy can have both negative and positive effects on society, as Albright’s state that, “Be god, because of the sorrow caused by people fighting, killing, and abusing each other in His name” (3). In our planet's history, nations have been born and died, and wars have been fought in the name of religion, religion is used for the benefit of people who are in power in that time, in order to benefit themselves, because according to their interests, cause people are more likely to be interpreted as a form of religion, because the masses of people are inclined by the messages in the form of religion and faith, which are expressed in command of these institutions.
Chapter 7 and bad luck ultimately led to Chapter 11 Source: HBS case study 2 Evaluation of the Restructuring Plan Question 2a: Evaluate the proposed restructuring plan. Will it solve the problems that caused Marvel to file Chapter 11? Pro • • • Improves liquidity profile Reduces debt burden Financial ability to acquire Toy Biz Toy Biz would provide significant cash flows to service debt Banks, suppliers, employees paid in full, therefore allowing smooth business continuation • • • • • • Con Increased influence of Ron Perelman Liquidity only due to large
Christian love essentially unites persons with the ontological good – originated from God – and transforms the self to be concerned both for oneself and the good of others on the level of identity. This article presents a more subtle critical analysis of self-interest – an sich a-moral - while it proposes self-love not only as a necessary condition to undertake genuine morality but also as a guarantee for the moderation of self-interest. KEY WORDS: Agape, love, self, self-interest, selfishness, self-love. Introduction In most ethical discourses, one may observe confusion between an act of selfishness, self-interest, and self-love. Some seem to intentionally mystify their meaning while others inadvertently employ them interchangeably to explain one’s act in relation to oneself.