They were in charge of the knights, who controlled the Peasants. It was formed like a pyramid so the least important was at the bottom of the pyramid so there was more of them. William himself was at the top of the pyramid because he was the most important and there was only one of him. This helped him gain control because it meant he didn’t have to do everything for himself he could trust people to give the responsibility to somebody else. William had another big problem; he needed to tax people to help run the country.
Even when they started working they misbehaved. The government created more jobs for everyone and forced others to work for people who didn’t need it, otherwise they would have been sent to a correction facility. Morgan wanted to show how irresponsible the Jamestown citizens were, and comparing them to England was the best way to do it. In England they worked, they farmed, they planted. Cattle, crops, gardens, and they were able to expand to better areas to farm.
The first few years of William’s control were spent gaining control of the parts of England that opposed him; in 1069 Swein Estrithson of Denmark landed in the Humber and supported the English Earls who were already against King William. William immediately marched north and destroyed everything on his way there. This was known as the Harrying of the North. He told his troops to kill and burn everything in his path. This devastated the land, so that instead of the people of the North fighting against him, they had to concentrate on just surviving instead.
This makes his appearance seem more imposing but apparently “repulsed people.” This shows that henry VIII changed the era of Tudor kingship because he showed that kings don’t have to be strong and good looking because by the end of his reign he was in a very poor shape. Henry VIII had many hobbies some of which are good and some of which are not so good. Firstly he liked hunting on horseback. This kept him very fit and made him good at fighting and hunting. This was one of his good hobbies.
William arranged his troops carefully and used them skilfully in battle. But they were losing, so then William decides to make a trick on the English. He made his troops act like they were retreating. King Harold and his army followed them, leaving their strong position on the hill, and that was what made Harold lose. These short-term causes were also very important because several techniques and Harold fill for it and William won the battle.
A reason why the people believe in jimmy so much because he was so determined. Most people would just give up at first because it is to much effort but jimmy did not do so. Also the people can relate to jimmy because he was poor like all the people who idolized him. 8) The world Cinderella in today’s world is used for something that is unlikely to happen. When talking about a Cinderella story its is usually about an underdog of some sort who nobody thinks could do it, comes out victorious.
Firstly, back bench MPs are effective because they are a good way of increasing legitimacy and representation in terms of their constituency as they have been voted in by their electorate and therefore should represent the views of those in their constituency. They also hold ‘surgery’s’ where people from their constituency ask the MP questions. This gives the MP an idea of what the people in his constituency are concerned about, meaning they can try and bring up these issues in Parliament, making them effective. However, not all MPs are effective because they do not necessarily represent the views of the people in their constituency who didn’t vote for them. They also are ineffective at representing their constitution because out of 650 MPs, only 147 of them are female, and even fewer are ethnic minorities which means they are not effectively representing the population.
This shows that Alexander was ready to liberate Russia because even though it was risky, it helped to start the liberalisation process because it enabled ex-serfs to work in factories which would help boost the economy, let the gentry to earn their own money and would help advances in industry which in turn help Russia to compete with the western world. However the aftermath of this manifesto was a lot more negative than first appears. Although Alexander helped to abolish Serfdom there were a lot of negatives
He did this by telling the people that land fit for heroes would come out of the war. He also brought in social reforms which lead the working class people to agree with his actions so their life could gradually improve. Lloyd George also embodied a new mood of confidence and determination to England. Lloyd George also proved himself by turning around the 1915 shortage of munitions whilst acting as Minister of Munitions. This meant that he proved himself to the people of England that he was capable of running part of the country and could control a situation efficiently.
Act I is very important to set the play and the situation. The play starts with a quarrel between Bullingbrook and Mowbray. Richard is the king and controls the situation, although we already see a bit of hollowness in his character. "We were not born to sue, but to command". The authority of his office sustains his words, but in a way he is still scared of not being listened.