After the Proclamation they also had tension due to the fact that the British passed acts to pay for the money they lost to pay for the war. British Order in Council of 1763 states to king George the III, “we find that the revenue ….and is not yet sufficient to defray a fourth part of the expense necessary for collecting it” (Doc F). The council states that they need control in trade and territory which also played along with the Proclamation. They wanted to enforce Mercantilism, which made the colonist only able to trade with Great Britain and import more than they export. This was to solve the money issues and to allow George to tax people.
He is convinced by letters written by Cinna that the civilians of Rome request him to prevent Caesar from gaining power. He then agrees to join the group who wishes to kill Caesar. He has a distinct perspective that majority of the conspirators hold and that is that Caesar has gained too much power, he shows this through extreme exaggeration (hyperbole) in the event of Caesar’s funeral, “had you rather Caesar alive and die as slaves, or Caesar dead and live as free men?” It evokes or suggests conflicting perspectives which urge the audience to determine whether Brutus is truly a noble Roman or a coward
The author of the Grapes of Wrath viewed that property was taken away from farmers because of the struggle between the individuals and the big corporations. Steinbeck’s purpose was to catch the attention of the people with what was going on in that time. For this purpose, he writes about the big business and its effects on the individuals. For Steinbeck, corporations as well capitalism were very harsh with the farmers. In the novel, the author states: "If a man owns a little property, that property is him, it's part of him, and it's like him.
There was conflict between the Plebeians and the Patricians, a conflict of equality and even distribution of wealth. The Plebeians realized “the Patrician rule proved to be despotic as that of the kings.” (Morey W, 1901) After the wars, the Plebeians were left in a deplorable condition. While the men were serving in the army, their houses and farms were vandalized by the enemy, their families were driven away because they lived in the country. But the Patricians lived in the cities; they were protected by the city walls so they didn’t feel the devastating effects of the war like the Plebeians. The Plebeians having lost their misfortunes to war, they were reduced to more poverty and in great distress.