I think that the idea that he does not deserve his reputation is solely for argument, because some people love the feeling of making other people angry. So Alexander made some mistakes and maybe he killed people, just because he had the authority, but no one is perfect and you can’t argue that he does not deserve this title because he made these mistakes. Every human person has made mistakes because no one human has any faults in their history. If you look at other great leaders, they all had a weakness and eventually led to their downfall, but just because they had weaknesses does not mean that they should not be honored for their accomplishments. I think that ‘defaming’ Alexander the Great does not prove the ‘no’ side in any way, because he did many things to help his empire and even though he was the cause of many deaths to the native people of their homelands, he did what he thought was best for his people.
Madoff claimed he was the only one at fault however his right hand man explained that numerous businesses new about his scheme and still accepted it and openly violated the law. Your Solution: My solution to this case is to further continue the investigation and find out who helped Madoff directly and who knew about it and didn't report him. He was a master mind manipulator who knew how to devise a scheme that would deceive investors and still seem legitimate. It was a classic white-color crime where he lied, cheated and stole from thousands of people around the world. Answer to questions: The ethical issues involved in the Madoff case was his misconduct and deceitful activity.
In the year of 1921, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, were convicted of robbery and murder. Although the arguments brought against them were mostly disproven in court, the fact that the two men were known radicals, prejudiced the judge and jury against them. It didn’t help that their trial took place during the height of the Red Scare. On April 9, 1927, Sacco and Vanzetti's final appeal was declined, and the two were sentenced to death. The most prominent and respectable critic of the trial was known to be Felix Frankfurter, a professor at Harvard Law School.
If he had an impartial jury, he would have been a free man. However, none of the jurors believed that Tom was telling the truth. They were raised to hate all black people. White people have been hurting and killing black people for centuries because of hatred. Therefore, the black community in Maycomb was crippled with fear.
He was not involved with any decisions regarding the Final Solution or the Holocaust, his job was to solely present them as good to the German people. He was very manipulative as a result, and so this can be seen as an evil trait. After learning of Hitler’s suicide, Goebbels planned to kill himself and his family, an evil action which he eventually carried out. | Albert Speer | March 19th 1905 | September 1st 1981 (76) | Minister of Armaments and War Production | 4 | Speer is sometimes nicknamed ‘the Nazi who said sorry’. This is because during his Nuremburg trial he accepted his guilt and responsibility for his actions.
government, as much of what was reported defied the intentions of government policy. The media has also fell blame by many for the result of the war, as it is widely believed that the war could not have been won under the scrutiny that came from the American people as a result of the media coverage (Magruder, 2005). The most famous example of effect on media because of advancement during the war came all through the insulting film of the chief of police for Saigon assassinating what appeared to be an unsystematic person was shown to the public. Something not regularly known or reported at the time the film footage was shown was that the shooter was the Chief of Police for Saigon, that the man shoot had been one of the members of a Vietnamese Communist Political Squad that had killed the Chief of Police's second in command. The biased pattern advances illegal practices as the sound of the shoot was also an edited sound that was added because the camera at the time was not recording sound (Cohen,
How come he became an outlaw? Everyone who has read <水浒传> can tell the reason. We know Song Jiang had a wife who was unfaithful to him, but it was not the reason that he killed her. The real one was that Yan Poxi took a very important thing from Song Jiang. Out of rage, he killed her unpurposely.
The cartoon is a remembrance of the 2001 terrorist attack and to commemorate those who died. His cartoon is mocking and also criticizing the current political situation. The two political parties Democratic and Republican, and its’ presidential candidates bicker over everything and are in conflict with each other all the time. They are constantly blaming problems on the other party and criticizing members of the other party. But on the day of 9/11 remembrance, these two parties forgot about their divided opinions and there were no negative campaigns or advertisements against each other that day.
Persuasive essay Would you not do whatever it takes just to know that there is one less murderer on our planet? Give justice to the vistim’s grieving family at any cost? Many people believe that capital punishmant is unethical and should be abolished. But presently, the crime rate is rapidly increasing due to the lack of effective capital punishment. The murderers deserve to be executed like they killed their victims.
For example, when the USA dropped the atomic bomb on Japan the Russians were particularly frightened of what this meant for them. Arguments for this factor often were the fact that now USA were now in a completely different league to Russia as it meant with this power they could quite easily defeat their communist enemies without any real casualties. This also meant that the USA had no other rival superpower and thus could control the world’s affairs. Stalin and the rest of the Russians were not oblivious to this fact but yet they were particularly fearful and suspicious and had to predict the worst possible outcome which was that America would drop an atomic bomb on Russia. As a result in reaction to this Stalin placed part of his red army in each of the eastern European countries which would then become communist and be part of the USSR.