Thematic Panel 7 (Acts 19:21–28:31) Evaluation of Thematic Development Student: Eric Wandell Column 1Paragraphs | Column 2Immediate Context(Stories or Speeches) | Column 3Major Points | Column 4Panel Title and Thematic summary statement | 19:21–22 Paul travels through Asia. | There is a riot in Ephesus over Paul’s teaching on other Gods and idols. | | | 19:23–27The Silversmiths begin to worry that Paul is leading people away from their business, because he tells the people not to worship Idols. | | | | 19:28–31The people of Ephesus became confused causing a disturbance in the city. | | | | 19:32–34The people were upset and crying out about Artemis f the Ephesians.
The source details show the doctors were against the NHS through the sick faces of the doctors as they line up to take their medicine from the pot which has the words NHS written on it. The Doctors say “It still tastes awful” this quote shows the doctors’ are not willing to accept that the NHS will be formed as they are forcefully swallowing the medicine we can suggest that the taste of the medicine wasn’t very nice showing that the NHS was something that was unfair to the doctors and it shows that the doctors aren’t very happy with the introduction of the NHS as it will affect the doctors more than the public in terms of working hours and their wages. Source two has the same impression as source one; doctors were forced to accept the National Health Service by Bevan. Details from this source 2 show this through these quotes, “There will be a considerable degree of ratting” This means that the doctors will ultimately give up the fight because Bevan is too powerful to stand up to and they have no chance in stopping the introduction of the NHS. Also “Unfortunately, the economic sanctions which Bevan can draw against us are grim” This quotation also shows how the doctors’ were unhappy with the NHS scheme.
The NAWSA started criticizing the NWP for their methods and for protesting a president during the war. The way they got their nickname “iron jawed angles” was because of their methods of protest where they would stand outside the white house with their protest signs and not say a word. Eventually the law was brought into it and they would be arrested and sent to a labor house where they would work off their sentence. Also they got this nickname because when they were in these work houses they refused to eat causing a huge epidemic and causing them to force feed them with tubes. I thought that it was a cool scene when Alice Paul would not eat and even when they tried to force feed her they had to basically pry her jaw open and I thought that showed much determination that I don’t think the NAWSA would have done and I believe that may have played a role in getting the 19th amendment passed.
These groups were determined to prevent integration at all costs. In 1957 the principal of Little Rock High School was getting death threats and threats to bomb the school. Yet another cause was that Eisenhower had little faith in the measures to support the Black community in the south because a change in heart was required and you can not enforce that. He felt that enforcing these laws may make matters even worse. When Eisenhower finally did something and sent the 1,000 paratroopers, a lot of the people in America were extremely annoyed, the west and north were angry that it didn't happen sooner and the south were angry that it happened at all, and disowned Eisenhower as a southerner.
The director of the hospital told the doctor that the “normal people” won’t come in for treatment now because they are scared of all the people in the hospital with AIDS. He was purely concerned about the money they were losing because of this epidemic instead of caring
The 2005 New York City transit strike was a strike in New York City called by the Transport Workers Union Local 100 (TWU). Negotiations for a new contract with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) broke down over retirement, pension, and wage increases. The strike began at 3:00 a.m. EST on December 20, 2005. Most New York City Transit Authority personnel observed the strike, effectively halting all service on the subway and buses. Millions of commuters were affected.
However, since then, the workers were forced to work 10 hours a day, 12 hours, or 14 hours, which makes the law exists in name only. Because the head of the state cooled to this and showed unfriendly attitude, a strike that for 8 hours of work began. A study found an important cause of riot (Shelley, 2007) In April, 1886, 250,000 workers took part in the May Day protests. The protests was organized by non-governmental international workers’ union in Chicago where is the center of activity. The businessmen and government felt fear for this revolution, head of the local business requirements to increase the number of the police and the army.
When the fire company broke into the marshal’s office where the draft was being held the smashed the selection wheel and set fire to the building which is ironic because they put out fires. A deputy begged for the company to put out the fire but they refused and he was beaten and the draft was officially on hold. Workers from railroads, artisans, industrial workers, machine shops, laborers, and other employees didn’t show up for work that day as they were marching up 8th and 9th Ave and they gathered more people as they continued (Weil 147). The mob met in Central Park to discuss the situation and split up into two columns and went on their way (Bernstein 18). Some people started to bring down telephone poles and lines and this began this terrible insurrection that was to
There are four things that the elephant did in the bazaar that greatly effected the community. It started with a hut being destroyed. Then the elephant killed a cow and ate their fruit. This caused a great lost of food for the Burmese population. After that it flipped over a garbage truck, it being a third world country it was not the cleanest place already.
He hated his job because he worked for the government. He despises imperialism and wants to quite but has not. This essay is an account of a controversial decision he made while living there. He is called about an elephant that has gone “must” and is loose in the village. “Must” is when male elephant is sexually active and extremely violent, so it is dangerous for it to be around people.