Having an unstable family Mark has had some issues in life he started smoking when he was very young, along with his defiant attitude. He is somewhat close to his brother, and mother. But he has no communication with his father. 2. Jerome Clifford, a drunken suicidal lawyer, drags Mark into his car.
Arthur came from an era where there was a military obligation (draft). Many of his male family members as well as friends had undergone the draft. His father was a WWII veteran and uncles were Korean War veterans. Arthur did not list in the military, but was drafted like many other young men of his time in 1966 (running off to Canada was not an option according to him). At the time he was residing in Huntington Park, which is a suburb of Los Angeles and attending East Los Angeles College.
Barger's father eventually got remarried and had another daughter. Sonny couldn't stand Sylvia, his step-mother, or her parents. Sylvia's parents tried to control Sonny and his father. Sonny got a bike and would go to San Francisco during the summers and on weekends with his friends. He never asked his dad.
I compared three unlike points of Coontz with my family in this essay. Coontz describes that on the 1950’s families use to have a stable life. But on the other hand my family never have a stable and settled life till the 1980’s. My grandfather was a track driver from state to state , So he use to move from state to state with his family. My Grandfather never believed in distance relationship neither with his wife nor his children so he moved his family from place to place along with his work .
Furthermore, for an act of murder to take place, there has to be a motive. When evaluating the evidence it is noticed that Lindy Chamberlain had no motive to kill Azaria and there was lack of evidence presented. Many of the statements and observing from witnesses contained contrast and contradiction within the information, rendering the evidence as useless. In addition, it is observed that a majority of the evidence that would’ve assisted the defence’s case was rejected and ignored, giving an unfair advantage to the prosecution. Engineer Harris, who had conducted dingo research, had cited an example of a captive female dingo removing a bundle of meat from its wrapping paper and leaving the paper intact.
At that mental age, they would not have been able to handle reality. One may say that it is sinful to end a life in general, however what George did was a truly good action by sending Lennie to a better place instead of receiving torture from Curley, a very abusive and cruel man to Lennie. A good example that is similar to this is when Candy had to make the decision to end the life of his dog. Many workers disliked Candy’s dog because it was elderly and smelled horrendous, therefore wanted it dead. Like George, Candy only wanted his dog dead to prevent it from enduring the suffering that they both face from oppressors.
‘Ralph flung back his hair. One arm pointed at the empty horizon.’ Ralph flinging back his hair shows that he does not was not anything to be in the way as he says the devastating news. He then pointed his arm before saying anything. At this point, the boys would have been curious as to why Ralph was not overjoyed at the fact that they had finally caught the pig. Then Ralph said the words that ‘struck them into silence’ “There was a ship.” When it had finally sunk in (no pun intended) that although they finally had food, they let the chance of rescue slip though their fingers.
Their objective was to kill helots (Document C). This clearly shows they were sly because if the other helots knew of their actions then they would have rebelled a long time ago. Lycurgus was founder of formal Spartan education and made the rule. He provided the boys with such moderate amount of food so the boys would know how to carry on with their hunger unsatisfied. Due to the fact that Lycurgus did not provide enough food the boys were allowed to relieve their hunger by stealing their food (Document B).
Karl showed no sincerity in his actions and choices. I believe if he was truly sorry for what he did, he would have tried his best to convince other Nazis that what they were doing was wrong. It was his last opportunity to take a stand for the Jews and show sincerity, but instead he tried to save himself to die in peace. Simon did right by walking out of the room silently it was out of his hands to forgive. In order for Karl to be forgiven it is out of humans hands and only obtainable by God’s
Drugging animals is too costly. The reason why meat is cheap as it is now is because they don’t pay for drugs to give animals painless deaths, but instead the animals are forced dealing with massive pain to keep the consumers happy. Just like how, “Hutu started killing with guns and grenades. But because they were so expensive, they later turned into machetes, clubs and hands for killing”, leaving anyone a brutal, slow and painful death. This is what animals go through, all day every