By 1350 there were some quite serious public health problems in towns, where the lack of fresh water and drainage was a problem which caused the water to be contaminated by other sources and was not healthy to drink. The government were not willing to donate funds to fixing this problem because they did not think it was their job to improve public health, but sometimes they passed laws requiring people to keep the streets clean especially in times when disease was common however these laws were difficult to enforce. Therefore, the Romans’ progress was not maintained. Meanwhile, animal excrement was common in the street and butchers slaughtered their animals and threw the remains on the streets which lead to disease and germs causing people to get sick. All this suggests that during the middle ages there was no progress in public health and that the standard of public health had gone backwards especially in the towns and cities.
Plain clothed police were also used to patrol the streets however due to the lack of police women there were no officers to use as bait for Jack so it was almost impossible to catch him in the act. Despite the fact that the CID chose many new methods to track down the killer there were many mistakes made and procedures that weren’t followed that lead to the murderer never being caught. There were no accurate images of the crime scenes to investigate as photography was still in its early stages and sketches weren’t always accurate. Also the two police forces that were working on the case did not work together; this meant that vital evidence was not shared. Despite the mistakes made in the Ripper case, the case of Buck Ruxton; 1935, was a real turning point in the way that the
Fi’s backpack choices are so inappropriate because most of the things she packed you don’t need in the bush. 2. The importance of the hermit’s story at this point in the novel is to make hell sound scary. 3. Finding the bridge is a shock because the place is so isolated and no one ever comes up there.
The building is large, accessible, and has an associated vacant lot which could also be used. In 1998, a fire of unknown origins destroyed our community center on Baychester Avenue. This was a great loss to the community as a senior citizen center and a daycare center were housed in the building. Without a building, the city was unable to continue the meal service for the senior citizen. This was a source of distress fro the seniors who had no where to go especially during
Local residents were greatly affected in Katrina. Most of them came back to New Orleans having lost their jobs because there were no jobs to go back to. Most of people were in city jobs and with no jobs people were not going to pay their taxes because they had no
Despite the ever-present crimes of the time, which included thefts, kidnappings, and murders, there was no institution to combat communal harms. Kidnappings, for example, were so common that it became a recognized method of acquiring income. Moreover, towns and villages had no institutionalized method of responding to the threat of fires. Because buildings of the time were made entirely out of organic material, fires easily spread from one building to another, and any small mishap, such as a misdirected spark from the work of a blacksmith, could cause an unyielding and destructive conflagration. With no “firemen” or local order, towns could do little to inhibit the ubiquitous threat of fires (Bankers, “The Middle Ages”).
One example I would see is migrant workers using food stamps at the market, yet driving new vehicles. Many would refuse to learn English and there was the “side of town” where I was not allowed to go because of how unsafe it was due to the crime from the migrant population. Alternatively,
Dharavi is made up of 12 different neighbourhoods and there are no road signs or maps. People often live with many members of their extended families. A $2billion development project threatens the recycling district and part of Dharavi. The land upon which Dharavi is built is next to Mumbai’s financial district. This makes it a prime target for redevelopment.
Throughout the book, very few children are appear in the text, even though creating them is the goal all attempt to obtain. Terrible wars are supposedly raging outside the city, but inside the city, people are safe from the outside forces of death and destruction. It is the darkness inside they have to worry about. What makes Gilead so scary is that it still looks the same, but its government and society are completely alien from our own. Gilead seems to be without freedom or choice.