Culture traveled along the road, and religions like Buddhism and Christianity came about. Octavian knew what the people of Rome wanted, and became a successful ruler as a result of giving them what they wanted. He communicated well with them, and became one of the most popular Roman rulers ever. All of these rulers and empires attempted to deal with the problems that came about from trying to manage a civilization. Some were extremely successful, and others not so much.
Differences for the cities are the way they have succeeded economically. Some are rich in agriculture while others have established trading routes to attain food to sustain their populations. Another key difference between all the cities is their tolerance for religion, some countries are open to other faiths while some are closed and use violence to inflict their religion. 3) Inferences that future historians would make on these cities is that they are all highly populated, they are all port cities open for trade, they are all multicultural and they all are flourishing economically. Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are thriving economically because they are all port cities which enable them to trade.
Most people were pleased with the government's intervention intervention and wanted it to go further. The Report of the Inter-Departmental Committee on Social Insurance and Allied Services, or the Beveridge Report, was an influential document in the founding of the Welfare State in the United Kingdom. It was written by William Beveridge, who identified five "Giants" in society: squalor, ignorance, want, idleness and disease, and went on to propose widespread reform to the system of social welfare to address these issues. At the time, this document gained a lot of interest from the public. It was this report that had such a large influence on Labour's reforms after they came into power.
This was achieved by the constant promise to the local people of great improvements to their lives, and through other things such as the new recognition to their area, the physical environmental improvements to their area and the new jobs being created all contributed to the widespread feel-good factor. Wealth is brought in externally through sport as international sporting events create lots of one time tourism which brings in enormous amounts of profit into the area and would of course help repay the raw sums of money spent by the government on hosting the Olympic Games. Furthermore, tourism creates lots of jobs, particularly lower skilled ones such as simple work behind counters. This gives the
This is useful in helping us study Americans attitudes towards organised crime and gangsters during the time of Prohibition because it portrays what a lot of people believed at the time as this was a popular magazine and hence this was the message about these types of people sent out into the public. It was also a very influential magazine and hence what they believed and what was perceived of the gang members in this magazine would have been passed down to a lot of the citizens. The Source was produced in 1930 which means it was current at the time of the Prohibition and hence very reliable. The magazine covers ‘rich and famous celebrities’ this shows that Al Capone, along with other gangsters were obviously very well-known and people obviously had a lot of interest in them. This source is very useful as shows many people’s views and is current in that time period – no hindsight.
Public schools also had a significant, arguably the most significant, influence on the development of association football. Many of the boys who attended public schools ended up with high ranking posts across the empire, this allowed the game to spread all across the world, as far as africa and india. The movement of these schoolboys onto university also allowed the game to develop as many of the teams set up at university were vital in setting up the first major league, and a number of these schoolboys went on to set up the national governing body of association football. These governing bodies meant that football now became more standardised, with the creation of a codified set of rules for all teams playing the game. With this step towards proffesionalism in football many working class men saw playing football as a way to escape to povery of the city and as it were go from ‘rags to riches’.
In the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries European imperialism spread quickly throughout the world. British imperialism in India was a very good example of the imperialism of that time. The British already had a presence in India since the 1700’s with the British East India Company, so it was much easier to expand their control over India. British imperialism in India had numerous positive and negative effects on both Britain and India. There are many positive effects imperialism had on both Britain and India.
Creative Product Promotion Walkers use many promotional mixes in order to achieve their marketing objectives; I will be looking at whether these actions in the way they do it are good enough to realistically achieve their marketing objectives. Place The place is a great promotional tool as well as it can bring the companies presence all around the world. Walkers use the element of Place by promoting their products on TV shows, Bus Stations, Magazines and On the Internet. Many of the walker’s ads include Gary Lineker, a famous football figure who represents the face of Walkers. Everyone recognises him and associate his football excellence with the brand of Walkers therefore achieving further sales, more profit, a good customer satisfaction
The source also goes on to describe Wolsey’s successes of the Field of Cloth of Gold which most pleased Henry as well as the meeting with Charles V at Sandwich and Gravelines in 1520. Other Successes were founded in the first French expedition at the Battle of Spurs which although was over exaggerated to please the population at home felt, it did feel like a huge victory for Henry in which he gained a lot of praise for at the time.
The idea of meritocracy was appealing to many and this lead to hard working people. Wood argues that this was one of the reasons that people rallied for the war efforts saying, “[B]ecause equality and prosperity was so unusual in the Western world, they could not be taken for granted. The idea of labor, of hard work, leading to increased productivity was so novel, so radical in the overall span of Western history” (Wood, 111). These ideals had social and political effects. There were many merchants and traders.