This shows that roman government is unscrupulous and cared so little about their working citizens. Thy viewed them as dollar signs rather than people with families. Another example of this in document 2, Rome was harsh on their citizens because of money when the citizens couldn't live off of the little money that was left of their pay neck they decided to leave Rome (Doc 2). As Rome got more expenses prices got higher (doc 6). Romans ended up relocating because of such bad treatment.
Had China remained in contact with the Western world it would have been possible for them to be as advanced a civilization as the Western world. As the Chinese government had their head buried in the sand with worry over losing control of their empire, they neglected to maintain the basic essentials of a functional country. All of China's canals eventually decayed as they were left unrepaired for years, the ironworks that China once prided itself one became obsolete with out a second look, and the army itself was no match for any Western army. The merchants were of no avail to the poor Chinese civilians as their profits on land and education. Upon shutting out the rest of the world China had forbidden the us... ... middle of paper ... ...Sun Yat-sen was to be sworn in as the first president of the provisional government of China's new Republic.
He “...did not believe that D-Day was the real Ameri... ... middle of paper ... ...erves and most of their officers were away at the time. When news had struck that there was an invasion, it was too late and they lost the battle in spite of having many advance technology. This affected upcoming battles because they were force to change their tactics since the Allied forces kept liberating countries. They kept pushing German borders which led to the downfall. Also, the response of D-Day contributed to their loss because many German officers were concerned about the war and affected their confidence.
Famine is one of the major sources of China's problem. The problem with the constant famines that China is always facing is that they are always facing the deprivation of food production and the lasting effects of this. The Chinese has always had a rapidly expanding population that food production had never been able to keep up with. It has stemmed multiple problems within the country. It has caused the major distrust of the government, as the government did nothing to help the populace.
This could lead to a city falling because, of this one bad decision they are now having their men sacrifice themselves, against their will and having people who aren’t even in Rome pay their taxes. Humans do not like to be forced to do things, and this was exactly what Rome was doing. In Current day Ukraine, the president has run away and left his country on its own. This is a very bad decision. This could lead to the downfall, of a society because they have no government now.
Also, since the emperors did not have enough experience to rule over the empire wisely, they made unhealthy decisions which were not advantageous for Rome, such as allowing soldiers to not wear the armors. The weakened army without any armor couldn’t manage the invasions from foreign groups and disasters. The disasters that had to be handled by the government were left alone, causing tremendous death of Roman people. As all reasons we knowledge of are linked to governmental insecurity, the primary reason for the decline of Rome was the political instability.
They became angry that so many of their civilians were being injured and killed and did not want the government set up by the United States to stay in place. With even more Vietnamese people against the United States, there was no way that they were going to be able to win this war. In 1975 many tired troops finally came home from Vietnam, defeated. Their efforts did not end communism and left countless numbers of Americans and Vietnamese people dead. The United States weak strategies, the public’s anti-war attitude, and the Vietnamese’s opposition to the government the United States had set up all contributed to the United State’s defeat in Vietnam.
The government did not care for the people’s interests and needs, wasting away the tax money on personal enjoyment rather than the development of the country. As a result, China progressively declined, leading to the commoner’s immense dissatisfaction with the entire government. While it cannot be denied that the rebellion had other underlying causes, the main cause was the Qing Government which caused people to rebel, in hope of a better life.
The Black Plague was not just harming the infected ones, it was killing off the healthy ones too because no one was able to provide food and if people did, it was for themselves. “Food and items that were available were high in price because the inflation in the economy” (Trueman). The food that was available people could not afford because no one wanted to work because they feared of getting sick and dying. Villages stopped providing for ev... ... middle of paper ... ...on” (Rosen). So many people suffered from this disease and even those that were not infected, it caused pain and tragic despair.
Empty houses hurt the community, making it less desirable to live in. Also, when banks loose money from foreclosure, they pass on the expense to new borrowers, making it harder to afford houses in the community. The economy in general is hurt by foreclosure because debt is a commodity which is sold and incorporated into investment packages. The idea is that when the debt is repaid, the interest paid on it is the financial incentive for the investment. With foreclosures, investors loose money and cannot afford further investments.