Firstly, the opposition groups of the Tsar were known as the Populists, the Liberals and the Marxists. Each group had its own ideas on what was needed for Russia and each group wanted change, however, there were many problems within the groups and none of them were willing to work with each other. The Populists who were mainly concentrated on establishing a democratic government used violent tactics such as terrorism and assassinations, the most famous being the assassination of Tsar Alexander II. Within the groups, there were many issues, which they refused to work with each other to solve. For example this caused divide within the populists leading to the formation of the Land and Liberty (1876) and the Black Repartition and the radical terrorist group People’s Will (1879).
However, I feel both went into submission with the political world and how politicians are making it hard for the rest of the 99% of the American population. Once an issue reaches the political soup of this country it never reaches an end, just continuous excuses on how not to make it equal for everyone or if any attempts are made to make it a bit easier, it conflicts with personal interest. Forgive me for being quite blunt but it is a bunch of excuses or invalid reasons provided by our own government to not succeed. Over the recent years I had come to realize we as a society are getting more and more babied by our laws to “protect” each individual equally. Soon we will have charges pressed against us just for breathing each other’s air.
All of which have taken a very different personal interest. Different Political Parties and party members have very wide spread ideologies aimed at the NHS and how much of a part the state should play, but the one thing all parties have in common when it comes to the NHS is fear of public opinion when wanting to make, what they feel are necessary changes to the way in which the NHS delivers it service. As whoever is in power at the time of the change wants to stay in power. The Public fear the government's involvement in any changes they make to the NHS, especially when it is a political party with an ideology that leans more to the right wing. As their political views, depending on how far to the right they sit, believe that the private sector should provide the care.
In my opinion Operation Rolling Thunder (ORT) was a massive failure. As the US did not meet its official aims and objectives of stopping the spread of communism to Vietnam. It caused a lot of inexperienced soldiers to lose their lives. Also having a major effect on America its self as the country battled to juggle money to afford the cost of the war. But one of the hardest battle’s for the US was to keep their own countries support.
Mao criticised Khrushchev for his policies such as de-Stalinisation and his secret speech. He was also very critical of the policy of Peaceful Coexistence as he believed it was a way of being friendly with the United States (the enemy) and also Mao saw it abandoning millions of comrades struggling to free themselves of capitalist and imperialist oppression. This, therefore, made the USSR an ‘enemy’. How could two countries work together if they had such differing beliefs about how to run their countries? This problem had a big contribution to the split as they couldn’t agree on anything, and if they did, it was because their national interests were at risk.
It seems that publically funded education has always been a contentious point for politicians and constituents alike. Questions of funding, teacher evaluations, and concerns about the role government plays in managing public school systems have troubled law makers since public schools came into existence. Many believe that schools are vital for the betterment of society’s youth, but this seems to be the only point people can agree upon. When the education system seems fails teachers are often the first to bear the brunt of the blame. However, the problems of education run deeper than just those elements under the control of teachers.
Even though the names and roles of the political parties were changed throughout time, they still divided and created turmoil because of the competition between them. This issue was foreseen by the first president George Washington. He even warned about it by writing it in his Farewell Address to America (cite) yet despite of his warning they instead continue with the political parties. Those parties became the Republican Party in the North and the Democratic Party in the South. There were many differences between the two and each difference created more and more tension until they reached the breaking point of war.
The matter of forming the United States constitution is of much debate between; Slavery, state representation, and government configuration. Of all three, I think government configuration is the most important because of these three reasons. First the idea of distribution of powers between national and state governments, second they were the only one making compromises. Many people feared a strong government would become tyrannical and oppress them just as Great Britain had done. That would not be true in a government configuration.
Most people really do not know the whole Constitution and it’s entirely but if they did there would be many things they would think is constitional and do not need to be changed. Madison believed to cure the problem remove the cause or control it. We have been using this all this time so obviously it is under control. Now if we decide to make a new one it is not going to make many people happy. It’s possible it will cause many problems and possibly another recession.
According to Dan Merica in an article on CNN.com, “During the 1995-1996 shutdowns, the House speaker and the president, despite their political differences, were more willing to negotiate on policy issues...That is not the case with President Barack Obama and Speaker John Boehner, whose relationship has been sullied by a number of difficult negotiations and failed deals on the budget and spending.” There has always and will always be disagreements in the government about the budget and spending among other things, but in this Obama era, the disagreements are more severe in regards to decision making. I can only speculate as to why these disagreements are as strong and as frequent as they are when it comes to President Obama. The government shutdown was getting to the point where the repercussions of not agreeing was becoming more and more real in the eyes of federal workers. According to Michelle Singletary in an article in The Washington Post, “The shutdown has affected more than 800,000 federal government employees. Employees designated as essential are not eligible for unemployment benefits.” The shutdown affected the government, citizens receiving government assistance and much more.