Note: this is copy and pasted from another source... Eleanor Roosevelt establishes credibility by building her speech on the very reason so many audiences around the world deem her a credible source. Her speech discussed the pressing issue of human rights. Her prior credibility, intelligence, and goodwill established a foundation for which the audience to trust. Her prior credibility assured the audience that she shared similar values of freedom and democracy. She also demonstrated her value of universal human rights through using these terms in a “we” sense versus the “I” sense.
He did a very good job on his presidency and he had many important achievements. I would definitely have voted for Jefferson because he was brilliant and he understood the needs of the people. As mentioned above, he helped to write the Declaration of Independence and the constitutional law. Lastly, he argued fundamentally that a federal government that had too much authority over its people would ultimately undergo a revolution. Work Cited Ambrose, Stephen E. “Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American”, West.
.' will ever forget the experience . . It would be impossible to say how often and to what extent American governmental processes have been turned in new directions because of her determination." Many people have referred to her amazing capabilities to turn and change the atmosphere in tense situations of meetings between political people; this advantaged her with respect and
America Wins Their Independence England may have had an alarming amount of tangible and intimidating advantages, but in the end it was America’s intangible advantages that carried the colonists to their victory of the American Revolution. Looking at England’s advantages on paper; a superior Navy and a mass amount of experienced and well trained solders, it seems impossible for them to lose. However, America held the advantages of foreign allies and officers, the fact that they were fighting for their homeland and their undying persistence. It was, consequently, these advantages that won them the war. During wars, armies use the opposing sides’ disadvantages to work in their favor.
AMERICAN GOVT. WWW February 16, 2012 “Tocqueville and His Influences on Democracy in America” “A new political science is needed for a world altogether new,” Alexis Tocqueville famously proclaimed. His description of democracy in America as compared to the views of others could be described as the glass half empty. His writings show a passionate and tolerant concern for citizens to have equality than for freedom. He argued that the passion is a daily struggle for equality and that it has a greater hold than even the human heart can withstand.
Today women have been given every opportunity that men are given and are now equivalent among men. The Declaration of Independence served a purpose far beyond that of a public notice of separation. Its ideas inspired mass eagerness for the American cause, inspiring the citizens to fight for personal freedom, self-government. The historical Declaration of Independence brought a great impact on the lives of the Americans. The Declaration of Independence, nevertheless, enlightened the citizens of America on what an independent government, which absolutely acknowledges and respects the unalienable rights of its fellow citizens, should be.
Women Page 1 " " " " " Equality for Women " Trista Crawford " SOC 120 Ethics and Social Responsibility Risa Garelick " 09/08/2014 " " " Women Page 2 " " Women rights have come along way since going into effect on August 26th of 1920 with allowing women to be able to vote. With allowing women to vote it opened up many doors for women. It allowed them to be able to get a job, an education, allowed them to climb the success ladder at work, gave women a voice and to be able to stand of themselves and other women when needed, and also how women's rights started happening overseas as well. The beginning was a very exciting time for women. “The 19th amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote.
Question 1: Anne Hutchinson was a threat to Puritan society in a combination of ways that other dissenters were not, which is the reason she was banished. The Puritan society in Massachusetts was established not so that people can exercise freedom of religion, but only so the Puritans can freely exercise their religion. These were a very intolerant people of any one else’s religious belief; and, their leaders did everything possible to keep other religions from prospering. Their main belief was that the entire community had to follow God’s laws as interpreted by their leaders and if they did then God would reward them. However, if the entire community did not follow God’s laws then the entire community would be punished.
They feared to live in such sinful society, because they believed that God predestined people to salvation and others were damned for the rest of time. Those believes explain why the Puritans tried to live according to the bible, and why they feared the Lord to some extent. To get away from the perverted European society, the Puritans migrated to the Northeast to create society completely devoted to serve the lord. They were driven by the fear that God was discontent, and that he would bring hell upon
The American Civil Rights movement was a very treacherous and horrific time in American history. African Americans were long censored in this country and they finally took a stand to make American citizens follow what the constitution says, “All men are created equal”. For activists, such as Malcom X and Martin Luther King, Jr., this journey to bring their people justice would certainly not be an easy one. Although they both wanted the same thing, both of these activists had very different thoughts and ways to make it happen. In order to reach this desired goal that they have been awaiting, strategies were much needed.