The British could stay there because the United States didn't have an army because the government didn't have any money. Even though these outpost were in direct violation with the treaty of Paris the British kind of said what are you going to do about it and then just stayed. Because of the economic instability states began to go through a period of mass inflation and debt. Because of this the debt of individuals increased causing events like Shay's rebellion. In which a group of farmers led a armed assault on the national government and because there was no army so a local militia had to stop this rebellion.
Tsar Nicholas II wasn’t much of a good ruler for Russia; he ignored the fact that Russia wasn’t doing so good and overlooked the industrialization and nationalism that was occurring throughout Russia. Nicholas II disregarded the troubles the Russians were facing and seemed to only care about himself and him staying in power. This caused people to revolt as they needed a good strong leader to help Russia survive. The main leader who started China’s revolution was Sun Yat-sen who believed China should adopt a democratic government if it were to survive. The revolutions led by him eventually led to the fall of the Qing Dynasty in China.
This basic form of opposition was never truly effective as their actions were simply put down by the government partly due to their failure to unite and lack of ideology and political demands. This was, however, not the only internal opposition to Tsar Alexander II with the “Going to the People” movement emerging in 1874. Here young members of the Russia intelligentsia went to the peasants breaching to them about their ideas about how life should be lived. This proved unsuccessful, they failed to appeal to the peasantry and the regime managed to arrest members showing them to be ineffective at this point. However, the populist movement developed from here, eventually splitting into two groups; the Black Partition and the People’s Will.
* Lost terriorty in Poland & Western Russia – PG were blamed for losses just like the Tsar was when took charge. * War made finical problems – Inflation still a problem and food shortages were high. * Russia expected these things to be stored out – PG short-lived because they were full of empty promises. Promised land reform to the peasants ( made up a large amount of the population , Bolshevik priority was to keep them on their side) no action was taken * Couldn’t guarantee food supplies as because soviet controlled the railways. * Political reform also promised political reform in an attempt to stop the revolutionaries but no action was taken.
-Hongwu commanded the rebel army that drove the Mongols out of China. -Ming Dynasty was the dominant power in Asia. 2.Hongwu was the most powerful leader he devised a plan to get the Mongols out of China. 3.Beihing became the capital when Manchus invaded China and the Ming Dynasty collapsed. 4.China withdrew into isolation in 1433, which caused them to lose interest in contacts.
This lack of leadership at the highest level would inevitably cause disturbances to many facets of society; quarrels between nobility were not regulated or controlled, ownership of lands (abroad as well as England) was not properly accounted for. Henry had already laid the seeds for violence to grow; and in doing so he had made the very foundation of the monarchy unstable. In 1450 Cades rebellion had just ended, the first demonstration of mass public opinion channelled through violence for many a year. These events had not only empowered the common people, but had also given them belief in the fact they could influence the running of their country. The common people were not to be underestimated, their political awareness had grown substantially and they had formulated clear and concise thoughts.
The government could not control all these invasions, so this was another component that helped the fall of the Roman Empire. Document 5 shows bias because it blames the fall of the civilization on internal decay. This is significant because if a very well organized government that had been able to keep order throughout such a large empire could no longer do it, then this meant nobody else could. All of these political
However, Chiang and the GMD failed to gain population which was due to the lack of help and improvement towards the living standards of the millions of peasants in China, showing the GMD was only representative of minority groups and never fully solved all domestic problems in the country. In order these solve domestic problems in China, it was clear that foreign influence needed to be completely eliminated to enable China to become independent again. Nationalism was one of the GMD’s main three principles, so Chiang should have seen freeing China from foreign controls as a priority. Although he noticed this was important and went about fixing it by increasing the strictness of the Chinese law over foreign concessions which decreased the total number of foreign concessions from 33 to 13. Chiang did solve the domestic problem of foreign control in China; he relied on having foreigners around.
However, China's revolution differed because the initial democratic establishment led to opposition from the Communist party while the formation of the U.S.S.R faced minimal opposition. In China, the Qing dynasty was ineffective, instead of trying to modernized as early as possible, it squandered what remained of its wealth and in doing so led to heavy losses in influence and power. Similarly, in Russia, The Tsars became ineffective, the decision to enter World War I had brought Russia to its knees socially, politically and economically. The Tsars also faced many scandals that would deface their influence in Russian cities. It was due to these reasons that both China and Russia were seeking to replace the government in power with new ones that would appeal to the population's demands.
As it was them who started the protest which turned into a revolution and also they were the ones behind the mutiny of the troops. However, the military was having many problems such as the war was going horribly wrong with many casualties, poor commanding from officers and limited military resources and equipment. The peasants were doing the fighting and the dying. So this could be a small contributing factor to the fall of the Romanov's on several different reasons. Firstly the tsar did not help the peasants personally, but instead leave the burden to the prime ministers when they cannot rule like a democracy today.