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Rebellion for Change

- In life there are many situations where rebellion is required for change and improvement. Some are simple, like growing up and learning not to do certain things and others are more complex like when a group of people stand up for what they believe, for example, women’s rights and black’s rights. I believe that rebellion is healthy for any growing society. There are many things that we do not agree with, whether it is the law or our parent’s instructions. By rebelling we can change our society and/or ourselves for better....   [tags: rebellion, teenagers,]

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Tropicalia as Rebellion

- Tropicalia is not only know as a form of music in Brazil but as a rebellion. Its theme of cultural non conformity was strengthened by the idea that Brazil had lost its way. Tropicalia took a stand against the social and musical hierarchy of Brazil. Though mainly known as a form of Brazilian pop music Tropicalia is deeply rooted in the political and cultural background of Brazil. In 1967 Caetano Veloso felt that the Brazilian Popular Music after the appearance of Bossa Nova eight years prior had run out of energy and creativity....   [tags: Brazilian Music, Rebellion, Culture]

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The Significance of the North West Rebellion

- First Nations The significant societal, economical, and political changes of the First Nations tend to be overlapping and correlational. As political maintenance declines the economy declines, and as the economy declines society crumbles and quality of life declines. While issues in one area cause issues in others it becomes hard to separate what can be solved politically vs. societally. All issues, either with society or politics, cause damage to the First Nations economic situation creating gaping issues with society such as health issues, famine, sheltering, and education....   [tags: rebellion, poundmaker, first nations]

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The Tonghak Rebellion of 1894

- This summary begins in Korea with the largest peasant rebellion of Korean history: The Tonghak Rebellion of 1894. The Tonghak movment was a new religion beginning in 1860 that opposed Western Culture and supported equality of all people. The Korean government was opposed this religion and tried to shut it down by executing the founder in 1866 but the movement secretly continued. By 1892 and 1893 supporters held great rallies protesting the government efforts to shut down the movement. In February 1894 the disorder stirred up again and spread swiftly....   [tags: largest peasant rebellion of Korean history]

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Spring Reawakened: The Mind and Matter of Rock and Rebellion

- What constitutes a rebellion against conformity. Is the desire for revolution a matter of action or simply a state of mind. In the 1990s, America’s counterculture was founded on the alternative, grunge, and punk rock movements that embodied the spirit of intrapersonal tension and social upheaval. The ideas emphasized through this counterculture have utilized and influenced many art forms, including theatre. Steven Sater’s Spring Awakening exudes the same unruly spirit of the ‘90s, but the musical’s setting, 19th century Germany, does little to connect contemporary audiences to the themes....   [tags: story, restructure, rebellion, spirit]

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Brief Information on Different Topics: Opium War, Taiping Rebellion, British Raj

- ... Instead, his efforts resided to himself and his families as its hereditary rulers tan to create a new society. 2. Tanzimat Reforms (1839-1876) The Tanzimat were a series of reforms in the Ottoman Empire that brought the culture, education, religion and society more in line with Europe and the United States and western ways. During these reforms, Chinese military was influenced by western uniforms, education was done in western systems, politics took on a western influence and society experienced westernization....   [tags: ottoman empire, trade, rebellion]

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The Boxer Rebellion in China

- The Boxer Rebellion in China “China never wanted foreigners any more than foreigners wanted China men, and on this question I am with the Boxers every time. The Boxer is a patriot. He loves his country better than he does the countries of other people. I wish him success. The Boxer believes in driving us out of his country. I am a Boxer too, for I believe in driving him out of our country” – Mark Twain, Berkeley Lyceum, New York, Nov 23, 1900. The Boxer Rebellion soul purpose was to liberate China from foreign influence....   [tags: Boxer Rebellion Chinese History Essays]

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Transnational Networks of Support for the Zapatista Rebellion

- Transnational Networks of Support for the Zapatista Rebellion Globalization, the term used to describe the dominant framework of international relations following the cold war, is affecting many aspects of politics and social experience. This is seen in the Zapatista rebellion and movement in Chiapas, Mexico that has benefited from globalization and transnational support. This paper examines the relationship of transnationalism and social movements with the Zapatistas as a case study....   [tags: Zapatista Rebellion Globalization Essays]

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Truancy and Adolescents Rebelllion

- Everyone knows the iconic movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – the epitome of adolescent rebellion and independence – the benchmark of free-spirited insubordination that lies in the heart of all teenagers. Sure, the movie depicts skipping school as nothing more than a harmless and fun pastime, something that is enjoyable due in large part to its riskiness. But essentially it documents the day of a truant. A truant whose wild antics entertain, but a truant nonetheless. Like most things, Hollywood’s characterization of adolescent truancy is incorrect, not just in the sense that most kids will not be singing in parades whilst cutting class....   [tags: adolescence, rebellion, Ferris Bueller´s Day Off]

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The Taiping Rebellion

- Megan Yang History-Dr. K When Hong Xiuquan converted to Christianity in 1843 and began preaching from village to village in southern China, little did he know that he had started a religious movement that, by 1850, would have more than thirty-thousand members.1 These members, who called themselves the “Society of God Worshippers,” consisted primarily of poor and disenfranchised Chinese peasants who suffered greatly from the oppression of the Manchu dynasty.2 It was their discontent with the Manchu, paired with a desire for better treatment through a new ruling class, that turned their originally religious movement into a political one....   [tags: Heavenly Kingdom, Chinese History]

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The Whiskey Rebellion

- The end of the American Revolution wasn’t the end of political turmoil in the United States. In the years after the Revolution, political parties formed and disbanded, rebellions started, and even celebrations became increasingly political. Each political faction had a different idea of what the Revolution meant and what the future of the country looked like. The conflicting views of American politics began to manifest in holiday celebrations, governmental affairs, and even rebellions. The Whiskey Rebellion was created from many issues, not just the excise tax on whiskey....   [tags: American History]

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Obedience or Rebellion?

- During my childhood, often times whenever I got into trouble I would try to shift the blame to one of my siblings by saying, “But they told me to do it...” and my mother would always reply, “If he told you jump off a bridge would you?” Of course I wouldn’t have; but she was proving her point, which was I had the free will to choose whether I wanted to obey to my sibling or not. I choose to obey and now would have to be held accountable for my actions. Depending on the situation, sometimes we need to obey; however, sometimes we need to rebel....   [tags: A&P, Myth of Metamorphoses]

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The Ripple Effects of Shay's Rebellion

- When a group rises up for what they believe in, it can have incredible results. Sometimes those results can even have rippling effects that have the power to create one of the strongest nations on Earth. Shays’ Rebellion was one of those defining moments and without it this country may have crumbled long ago. Farmers Troubles For the first few years of piece, after the Revolutionary War, the commercial and agrarian society’s future appeared to be in danger by a chain of debt bothering the postwar years depressed economy....   [tags: farmers, army, debtor]

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Subconscious Rebellion in the Novel The Metamorphosis

- The Metamorphosis, a novella by Franz Kafka, is about a man who has been transformed into a giant beetle overnight. This transformation is a form of rebellion that turns out to be a punishment for that rebellion. The Metamorphosis is a story of subconscious rebellion and isolation to avoid one's responsibilities. The story begins, "When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin." (Kafka, 3) This is quite surprising....   [tags: subconscious, franz kafka, metamorphosis]

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Bacon's Rebellion and the American Revolution

- Nathaniel Bacon and William Berkley, the governor of Pennsylvania had many differences that stopped them from getting along one of them was their opinion on the Indians in Pennsylvania. Bacon started the rebellion because Berkley did things with out consulting Bacon, which undermined his military authority. It caused King Charles II to send 1,100 troops to Virginia and appoint a commission to determine its causes. The British rule had to get involved and put it in stricter rules, which made it harder for people to get power....   [tags: turning points in US history]

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The Whiskey Rebellion by William Hogeland

- In the book Whiskey Rebellion: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Frontier Rebels Who Challenged America’s Newfound Sovereignty by William Hogeland. The author doesn’t just talk about what started the Whiskey Rebellion and what happened during this period. But he wanted to show you the underlining of this Rebellion as it was one of the major parts of the founding period. Also that there are lot of characters that we don’t learn about, he realizes that people don’t really know about the Whiskey Rebellion....   [tags: Book analysis, US history]

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The Whiskey and Shay Rebellion

- ... This battle was the effective end of the rebellion (Stock). The ineffectiveness of the central government to contain this uprising led to the unnecessary death of many innocent people. The lasting effect of this rebellion is that it was able to prove that the Articles of Confederation was weak, and needed to be adapted and changed to be better prepared for another emergent problem. The Whiskey Rebellion was equally as important to the framework of the United States government as Shays' Rebellion, because this event was able to prove that the Constitution was effective in handling emergent problems such as uprisings....   [tags: confederation, massachussets]

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The Whiskey and Shay's Rebellion

- The Whiskey and Shay Rebellion There were many rebellions in the United States history, some peaceful and some violent. Shays' Rebellion in 1786 and the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794 are examples of two brutal rebellions that led to the deaths of many innocent people. Rebellions can develop due to many conditions including unfair laws, in this case the raised taxation of Whiskey, unfair treatment, and disagreements over sensitive topics. The Shays' Rebellion showed the Articles of Confederation was too weak, while the Whiskey Rebellion proved the Constitution to be a strong framework of government....   [tags: United States History, American Revolution]

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Causes and Effects of Teenage Rebellion

- There are many reasons to why some people in their teenage years rebel against an elder person. I myself am 18 years old and personally, I can relate to the term that is “teenage rebellion”. I believe the main reasons to why teenagers rebel against their parents or an elderly are hormones, movement and parents that are overly too kind to their kids. Firstly, everyone has gone or will go through the teenage rebellion phase. No matter how good of a person you think you are, you have probably rebelled against an elder person at least once....   [tags: hormones, movement, parents, overly, kids]

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Indian Mutiny and Taiping Rebellion

- Compare and contrast the ‘Indian Mutiny’ and the Taiping rebellion as indigenous reactions to globalization. The Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) and Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864) were a result of Britain’s desire for a global empire. This desire is called globalization and is defined by John Darwin in his work as, “The growth of global connectedness.” With the help of new technologies and appealing goods, Britain was successful in connecting their world to the Asian world during the 19th Century. For a long time, the British wanted to move deeper into the India and China to improve their global influence....   [tags: Indigenous, Globalizations, Comparisons]

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Modernism - Rebellion and Sexuality

- Michael Levenson said in The Cambridge Companion to Modernism that Modernism fiction was “involved in the radical modern departure, across all of the arts, from representational verisimilitudei”. It was stylistically and thematically focused on rebellion against the way art was presented in the past and what its main focus was. D. H. Lawrence was from a working class background and was always conscious of his status as an outsider because of his class. In his writing he focused on the idea of transgressing modern class systems in the search of new experiences....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Nat Turner a Slave Rebellion

- “My father and mother strengthen me, and this was my first impression of life saying in my presence, I was intended for some great purpose (Nat turner,”. From the very beginning Nat Turner knew that he was meant to do something great. On the day of October 2, 1800 the famous Nat turner was born to Nancy Turner his father an unknown slave. Turner grew up with the thought that his father was an escaped slave and was coming back when he got the money to retrieve him and his mother....   [tags: african-american, freedom, sentence]

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Art, Liberation, Rebellion and Relevance

- The intention of this paper is to illuminate art as an adaptive tool in the sociological and psychological processes of rebellion and liberation and to illustrate that the inevitable function of art is to reveal, while exemplifying the importance of art in everyday life. What are the roles of art in rebellion and liberation; are these roles similar in kind and in scale from person to population and why does this matter. These are the questions that when answered will achieve the goal of this paper....   [tags: Art ]

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Women and Rebellion in Graphic Novels

- Though graphic novels are not recognized as literature by many literary critics, they have the distinction of communicating with pictures in a way that may not be possible with words alone. Themes that would be lost if they were merely sentences on a page are highlighted when set to a graphic novel’s illustration, and graphic novels can connect deeply with the reader through images of war and suffering, such as in the graphic novels Persepolis and Fables. Marjane Satrapi’s autobiography Persepolis takes place in Tehran, Iran during and after the 1979 Islamic Revolution, during which the people of Iran overthrew Mohammad Reza Pah-lavi, known simply as “the Shah.” The Islamic Regime was founde...   [tags: Snow White, Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis]

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The Influence of Shay's Rebellion

- Dana Majewski Due September 28, 2011 Mr. Klaff AP U.S In 1776, when the United States declared independence from Britain, the new country needed a set of laws to apply to all of the states to replace the earlier British rule. The colonists, however, were concerned that if the United States put too much power in the central government the states rights would vanish. Therefore, the first form of government, the Articles of Confederation, gave too much power to the states and insufficient power to the central government....   [tags: Post-Revolutionary War, Government]

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Factors of the American Rebellion

- After the French and Indian War, the relationship between the colonists and the British Parliament began to deteriorate. Many factors influenced the idea of patriotism and these factors eventually resulted in a rebellion by the colonists in 1775. The most important factor that eventually led to this rebellion was the Parliament taxing the colonists. The colonists were enraged by the fact that they were being taxed without being represented in the Parliament and were also furious of the fact that the taxes that were being enforced were not just....   [tags: french and indian war, patriotism]

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The Sixties: A Decade of Rebellion

- “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans” (Kennedy 916). With these words, John F. Kennedy in his inaugural address in 1961 described the 1960’s decade. This era in American history encapsulated a belief in the power of young people to change the world, a desire to help others globally and accept their differences, and a war that would eventually destroy all that America stood for. It was a time for new ideas in all aspects of life....   [tags: U.S. History]

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Teens Making a Cause for Rebellion

- ... He decides to go through with the run and during the event Judy’s boyfriend, who is the one that challenged Jim to the run, got in the car because of his jacket and ended up dying in the event. This event plus the treatment the teens receive at home make them runaway to an abandoned mansion where Buzz’s, Judy’s boyfriend, friends follow them and try to hurt the teens. Plato goes into a fit and ends up shooting one of the boys and runs to the planetarium observatory where the police follow him....   [tags: Rebel without a cause, film analysis]

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Overview of the Whiskey Rebellion

- Imagine being an active participant in the American Revolution in the late 1700s. Not only that, imagine being on the side fighting for your freedom. The war ends, you're in the clear for a leisurely life of freely doing what you please, and you're happy. You're also a farmer that happens to be located in Pennsylvania. Before you know it, Congress comes to the decision to pass a tax on the production and distribution of whiskey, one of your main crops. What. Woah, woah, woah, wait a minute, did you not just fight a whole war against the taxes being imposed on you....   [tags: American History, George Washington]

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Truancy: Epidemic or Controllable Rebellion?

- Truancy: Epidemic or Controllable Rebellion? Audience: Parents, police officers and the students. Introduction In recent discussions of juvenile delinquency, a controversial issue has been whether students being arrested or penalized for truancy is successful or not. On one hand police and other authoritative figures argues that this is a great way to make them an example for other kids to not follow their path. On the other hand, many contends that this will not affect the students and the issue will keep reoccurring....   [tags: Juvenile Delinquency, Controversy]

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Social Studies Rebellion Essay

- Open protest, conflicting interests, lives changed forever. This is a rebellion. You’re willing to fight the authorities to be heard. Armed rebellion is only justifiable if nothing else works. The Rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada, Red River Rebellion, and Northwest Rebellion are all part of Canadian history. They show us that people can go against the government which usually results in a large loss of life, but more importantly change. The Rebellion of Upper and Lower Canada mainly occurred because of land issues, government inequality, and irresponsibility to the people....   [tags: Canadian History ]

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The Kenesary Kasymov Rebellion

- One of the most important events in History of Kazakhstan is the rebellion of KenesaryKasymov (1837-1847). In this paper I will analyze the article “The Kenesary Kasymov Rebellion (1837–1847): A National-Liberation Movement or “a Protest of Restoration”. ”written by YuriyMalikov, which was published in December 2005 in Nationalities Papers. The author in his article claims that the rebellion of Kazakh sultan Kenesary was “neither a “national-liberation” revolt nor “a protest of restoration.” Not return to the “good old days” but the creation of a new type of state without precedents in Kazakhstani history”....   [tags: Kazakhstan Essays]

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One of the Most Violent Slave Rebellions in American History

- Nat Turner was born into slavery, in South Hampton County, on October 2nd, 1800. He was a preacher that believed he was sent to lead people out of slavery. On August 21st, 1831, he led one of the most violent slave rebellions in American history. After six weeks in hiding, he was caught and hung for the atrocities carried out under his direction. The purpose of his rebellion was to help end slavery, but the results the slaves faced were the complete opposite. He was born on the Virginia plantation of Benjamin Turner....   [tags: Nat turner legacy, slavery, black rebellion]

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Southampton County Rebellion Analysis

- Nat Turner’s Rebellion also known as the Southampton County Rebellion or the Southampton Insurrection, was a revolt led by Nat Turner and fellow slaves in 1831. It is remembered as one of a handful of antebellum slave revolts that profoundly changed the attitudes of white Americans toward slavery, and may, in fact, have had the most significant lasting impact on the politics of slavery and on the way slavery is remembered as an institution in American cultural memory. The rebellion itself lasted no more than two days, but the effects resulted in laws being passed restricting education and religious affairs for black slaves, as well as the tightening of militia efforts to prevent another upri...   [tags: nat turner, slavery, civil war]

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Liberation, Rebellion, and Relevance

- Liberation, Rebellion and Relevance In “The Rebel an essay on man in revolt,” Albert Camus (1956) muses on the absurd origins of rebellion and art and their significance to the individual and society. While reading Camus I began to think about how important art really is and how appalling some of the trends in education and arts funding apparently are. This is what inspired me to write this paper but my intention is not to directly address any of the many and various issues concerning arts education and public funding for the arts....   [tags: Art]

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January 1973 Land Rebellion

- The so-called January 1973 land rebellion was an event that stimulated multi-racial hopes and pushed various opposition groupings together. The land rebellion on the sugar belt on the East Coast of Demerara was a key factor stimulating the growth of cooperation among groups and individuals that eventually shaped the WPA. Encouraged by ASCRIA, and supported by Ratoon, IPRA and the WPVP, the mass squatting on the land on the East Coast of Demerara in 1973 was multi-racial in its support and participation and further facilitated the growing cooperation on economic and social grouses....   [tags: Guyana History]

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Rebellion: Noble or Immature?

- When one hears the word “rebellion,” he is inclined to imagine a brave, intelligent revolutionary who does not blindly conform to the majority, but does what he deems right and just. A rebel will do whatever it takes to bring into existence the world he wishes to see. This may be an admirable image, but it is not always the case. On many occasions, rebellion results from selfish, unpretentious desires. Rebellion is not only synonymous with independence and brilliance; it is also linked to immaturity and ignorance....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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The Philippine Hukbalahap Rebellion

- The large variety of insurgent movements around the world has demonstrated that each of them belong its identifiable roots. Furthermore, instead of similar patterns in tactics, techniques and/or procedures used to achieve their ultimate goal, insurgencies are unique depending of their nature. This is the reason why each insurgency presents a dissimilar group of characteristic or principles that identify them. As a matter of fact, those characteristics should be managed with circumspection by any insurgency....   [tags: Insurgent Movements, Patterns]

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Shay's Rebellion

- “I hold it, that a little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing” (Jefferson). Thomas Jefferson wrote these words in a letter to James Madison after hearing about Shay’s Rebellion while he was a foreign diplomat in Paris. After the rebellion happened, the “Shaysites” as they were called, were labeled as traitors to their country and the democratic form of government. But were they really. Many of the men fighting in the rebellion felt that they were being oppressed just as they had been under British rule....   [tags: U.S. History ]

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Could Violence Have Been Avoided in India's Rebellion of 1857 and Its Partition in 1947

- After watching Freedom from the documentary The Story of India, I learned a lot more about what India went through as a country in the 19th century. During this time period India was going through a lot of changes while they pushed for their freedom. The rebellion of 1857, gaining their independence, and the Partition of the South Asian subcontinent in 1947 all made up the story of India’s freedom. I believe that the partition could not be avoided, however the violence could have. There are several reasons that caused the Rebellion of 1857....   [tags: world history and famous rebellions]

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Whiskey Rebellion

- On June 21st of 1788 the United States of America was an optimistic place to live. The newly formed country had officially ratified their Constitution on this date, and within a year George Washington would become its first President. These events signified an unofficial end to the American Revolution, which had its start in part, because Americans had rejected the notion of taxation without representation. This modern form of government, however, did, have some problems it needed to deal with. Unable to levy taxes in previous years the federal government had found itself deep in debt....   [tags: American History]

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Governments Established by a Rebellion: The US and France

- France and the U.S. are both governments that were established from a rebellion. They created their forms of government because they wanted a voice in the government, wanted a fair tax structure, and wanted to get rid of their respective monarchs. France’s and the U.S.'s government are both fairly old, 1799 and 1783 respectively. They both are similar in many ways. The countries wanted a Republican form of governments to address thier concerns. The two governments wanted a voice in their governments....   [tags: king, world powers]

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Corruption in the Qing Government and the Taiping Rebellion

- I agree to a larger extent that the Qing Government was primarily responsible for causing the Taiping Rebellion. However, other underlying factors leading to the Taiping insurrection cannot be ignored. This essay will discuss how corruption in the Qing bureaucracy, the incompetent leadership, the closed mentality of the Qing Government, shortage of land and impact of an alien Manchu regime highlighted the Qing Government as the main cause of the rebellion. The essay would also include the other causes of the rebellion, such as the opium war and natural disasters....   [tags: revolution, corruption, Qing, government, Taiping,]

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Factors Leading to the Rebellion in Burma and the Phillippines

- Post-independence rebellions refers to insurgencies, by groups who either challenge the ruling power or other groups, out of political and social reasons, that occurs after a state has achieved recognized independence from a colonial power. In this essay, I will discuss the similarities and differences in the varying factors that led to the outbreak of rebellion in Burma and the Philippines. Independence of Burma from Britain was achieved on January 4, 1948, and within three months, Burma suffered from insurgencies from the Burma Communist Party (BCP) followed by the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League (AFPFL) and other ethnic minority groups....   [tags: independence, colonialism, government]

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Composure Under Rebellion

- Abraham Lincoln was a president faced with a nation divided and at war. To preserve the Union and maintain the nation's government, Lincoln took intense measures that some say reached beyond his presidential powers. All action were made with intentions for the preservation of the Union. He kept the Union strong by leading a presidential war against Confederate rebellion. He is the man responsible for freeing countless slaves through the Emancipation Proclamation, which led to the 13th amendment, abolishing slavery....   [tags: Abraham Lincoln, US Civil War]

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Passivity over Rebellion

- Passivity over Rebellion The Irish Famine is a controversial debate, addressing the response to the English government’s malfeasance. The debate concerns whether the English government should be held liable for the hunger and sorrows of Irishmen. Liam O’Flaherty contributes to this debate through his novel Famine; in it he defines who is to blame for the hunger of the 1840’s. Through his depiction, he suggests that the best response to ease the problem of the famine is by rebelling against the English government....   [tags: Irish History]

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The Man In Front of Generation X's Rebellion

- Adolescents and young adults have been disregarding the rules of the older generation and sparking up arguments since time could tell. One of the forerunners for this teen-angst filled defiance was none other than the king of outcasts, Kurt Cobain, lead singer and songwriter for Nirvana. Cobain was a trailblazer ready to defy the Baby Boomers and all that the tired generation saw to be important; Cobain pushed against many traditional structures but few more relevant than sexism and the mainstream music industry....   [tags: Kurt Cobain, nirvana, social topics]

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Reasons and Results of Rebellion: The King of Trees

- Between 1966 and 1976, the Cultural Revolution swept across China, as Mao Zedong called for the removal of western ideology, and the spread of communism. Though communism promised equality for all, it often brought death, destruction, and pointless labor. Ah Cheng, who lived through the Cultural Revolution and later wrote The King of Trees (three novellas, including The King of Trees and The King of Children), reveals his view on communism and Chinese policy through characterization and tone. Knotty in The King of Trees, and Beanpole in The King of Children, rebel against the new communist society and government, causing personal upheaval, as they attempt to stand up for their own beliefs....   [tags: china, cultural revolution, communism]

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Michael Collins and The Irish Rebellion Brotherhood

- Michael Collins was born in Clonaklit, Cork, to Michael Collins Senior and Marianne O’Brien. Collins Senior and Marianne had an almost 40 year difference between their ages with Michael being sixty and Marianne being only twenty-three. Michael was the youngest of eight children (only three of whom were Mariannes and because his father was so old at his birth he would be left with a sense of respect for the elderly that would stay with him his whole life. Before dying, Collins Senior is reported to have said on his deathbed, “One day he'll [Michael] be a great man....   [tags: irish war, de valera, dublin]

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The Age of Enlightenment and Rebellion against Authority

- The Age of Enlightenment saw many great changes in Western Europe. It was an age of reason and philosophes. During this age, changes the likes of which had not been seen since ancient times took place. Such change affected evert pore of Western European society. Many might argue that the Enlightenment really did not bring any real change, however, there exists and overwhelming amount of facts which prove, without question, that the spirit of the Enlightenment was one of change-specifically change which went against the previous teachings of the Catholic Church....   [tags: Age of Enlightenment, history, religion, ]

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Effects of Nat Turner’s Rebellion

- Nat Turner was an African American slave who influenced the slave culture to believe in the positives in order to improve their lifestyle. He influenced his fellow slaves by rebelling and fighting against slavery. The results for Nat Turner did not turn out how he wanted, until after his life was gone. His influences changed the future of the United States and the future of African Americans. The rebellion began on August 21st 1831 after Nat Turner had two experiences that gave him motivation....   [tags: slave, improve, lifestyle, rebelling, fighting]

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The Whiskey Rebellion

- The Whiskey Rebellion Towards the end of the 16th century, the United States government experienced continuous changes in laws(taxes) and several problems(battling and removal of Indians) associated with westward expansion. Conflict was created in response to the rising taxes issued by the government on goods such as whiskey. Most affected by the heavy taxation were the creators and distributors of whiskey - the average poor white farmer. An incident that occurred in 1794 involving enraged farmers in western Pennsylvania, threatened the tax collectors lives as well as the authority of the government....   [tags: Papers]

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Rebellion in Drama

- Rebellion in Drama We started our work on rebellion as a class by thinking of all the terms and groups of people associated with rebellion: we came up with terrorism, strikes, the French revolution, motorbikes, drugs, alcohol, anarchy, protests, sit-ins, rock music and teenagers along with others. My first improvised scene was in a group of three. I played a modern day teacher, who was trying to start a lesson, but the two students were being disruptive. When one pupil storms out of the lesson, and I bring him back in, the other is about to leave....   [tags: Papers]

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The Whiskey Rebellion

- The Whiskey Rebellion CONTENTS 1. Introduction to the French and Indian War 2. Domestic and social differences in the region 3. Washington?s statement 4. Attack on the Lys 5. Battle for the Fort Lydius 6. Battle for Forts William Henry and Bull 7. Battle for Fort Oswego 8. Battle for Quebec 9. Treaties Senecas and Paris      The Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 helped bring about the demise of the aristocratic Federalist Government in favor of the democratic Republican Government, concerned with the needs of all of its citizens....   [tags: History USA Historical Essays]

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The Teamster Rebellion

- The Teamsters’ strike described in the Teamster Rebellion was led by Trotskyites, a renegade group of Marxist-Leninists. How radical do you think the strike was. Did it aim simply to achieve tangible, bread-and-butter goals, or did it aim for more far-reaching and drastic. In the early 1930s, the Great Depression was in full swing. Businesses were cutting wages and laying off workers in order to maintain high profits. Workers faced sweatshop conditions, low wages, long hours, and the constant threat of being laid off....   [tags: American History]

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The Boxer Rebellion

- Throughout the nineteenth century China’s emperors watched as foreign powers began to encroach closer and closer upon their land. Time after time, China was forced to make embarrassing concessions. Foreign militaries more modernly armed would constantly defeat the imperial armies. As the dawn of a new century was about to begin, Empress Tsu Hsi of the Ch’ing Dynasty searched for a way of ridding her empire of the foreign invaders. Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Japan, and Russia all claimed sole trading points to their selected “spheres of influence.” Some of these countries’ even claimed that the territory that lay within their spheres was their own....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Causes for the Rebellion of 1837-1838

- The Causes for the Rebellion of 1837-1838 The rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada were in the interests of self-government but were doomed to failure from their beginning. Each of these two colonies encountered a great deal of problems right from the institution of the Constitution Act of 1791 and the problems continually got worse until the only choice to some seem to be rebellion. There were several problems that lead to the rebellions of 1837-38. In Lower Canada there was the agricultural crisis that caused a large number of starvations, to the French and English political and social problems within the colony....   [tags: Papers]

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Religion and the Northern Rebellion of 1568

- Religion and the Northern Rebellion of 1568 At the time of the Northern Rebellion in 1568, the North of England was greatly aggrieved. When Elizabeth had ascended to the throne she appointed loyal men to her throne, usually Protestants like William Cecil at the expense of the Northern Earls. This subtraction of power of course angered the Northern Earls, but was the Northern Rebellion just down to this. Religion played a huge part in the daily lives of most people in the 16th century and with the majority of the North retaining Catholicism whilst Elizabeth slowly introduced Protestantism, surely this would cause further conflict....   [tags: Papers]

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Brazilian Slavery and the Events of Rebellion

- Many significant changes have occurred after the conquest of Mexico and the people of Latin America. The Indigenous people had to change their ways of life because of the white dominance that was upon them. This difference in race caused hegemony among the people which inevitably led to the enslavement of the African and Indigenous people. The Spanish and Portuguese had a more prolific lifestyle from the expense of the slaves' misery. The African people were brought out of their homeland and forced to carry our laborious duties for a small sum of money....   [tags: World History]

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Transcendentalism and Rebellion - The Politics of Revolution

- Transcendentalism and Rebellion – The Politics of Revolution Is the romantic impulse towards rebellion driven by natural human instinct. Perhaps science should study this question a bit more in depth and share its findings with the major governments of the world because it appears as though the impulse towards rebellion is inherent to situations in which the freedoms of the individual are sacrificed to the good of the collective. If indeed rebellion is instinctual, does that mean that the individual is the highest order in natural law and therefore must cast off the oppression of artificial constraints....   [tags: Literature Essays Literary Criticism]

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Conformity and Rebellion in Conversion of the Jews

- Conformity and Rebellion in Conversion of the Jews Though it seems like a stereotype, all teenagers, at some point, choose to rebel against authority figures or conform with their friends. Part of growing up means becoming the person God intends you to be and finding out how to survive, or be independent, on your own. Conformity and rebellion, two issues that each human being has experienced, have great effects not only on the conformist and rebel, but on the people around them as well....   [tags: essays papers]

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The 1641 Depositions: The Development of Rebellion in County Louth

- As Protestant refugees fled from the Irish rebellion of 1641 and made their way to Dublin for protection, a commission was set up to take their statements. These statements were then called the ‘1641 depositions’. The original depositions are housed in Trinity College, Dublin and have been transcribed, catalogued and made available online. This resource provides an opportunity to reassess the rebellion; not only on its nature, but also with regards the plantations and interaction of settlers, and the social, cultural, political and economic landscape of the era....   [tags: Irish History, Failed Sieges]

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Thesis Introduction: The Batavian Revolt and the Sepoy Rebellion

- Chapter 1: Introduction The problem of internal revolt is inherent to all empires, as it is difficult to consistently maintain authority over a large and diverse population. Although empires have taken steps to prevent a loss of control from occurring, even the utmost vigilance has been either not enough, or has lapsed long enough for a revolt to occur. The resulting uprising might be minor, or it might be serious enough to threaten a crucial territory. How empires have dealt with a major internal revolt is instructive in several ways: it tests whether or not the empire's military is strong enough to deal with revolts, it tests the ability of the ruler or the ruling class to maintain their...   [tags: World History]

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Improvisation of a Rebellion Scene

- Improvisation of a Rebellion Scene The task set was to improvise a rebellion scene. From this we were put into two groups and asked to plan how we were going to stage our rebellion. The improvisations were to have a beginning, middle and ending. We decided to stick to the idea of leadership and have 3 horses as the leaders rather than the pigs in Animal Farm. I played the role of one of the horses. We based the idea of a rebellion on the fact that the horses hadn't been let out of their stables....   [tags: Papers]

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The Irish Easter Rebellion 1916

- The 1916 Irish Easter Uprising Ever since the occupation of Ireland by the English began in 1169, Irish patriots have fought back against British rule, and the many Irish rebellions and civil wars had always been defeated. To quash further rebellion, the Act of Union was imposed in 1800, tying Ireland to the United Kingdom of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Laws discriminating against Catholics and the handling of the Irish Potato Famine of 1845-50 led to increased tension and the proposal of introducing Home Rule gained support....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Comparing The Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 With The Cade Rebellion of 1450

- When looking at the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 in comparison to the Cade Rebellion of 1450, there are many apparent explanations as to why the two historical uprisings are so easily comparable. Both of these medieval revolts started due to corruption of government and abuse of power. In the case of the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381, the peasants and lower class labourers were being taken advantage of because of the decrease in population. Similarly, during the Cade Rebellion, the government had gotten out of line....   [tags: peasants, historical uprising, corruption]

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Flattery and Rebellion in Edward II and Richard II

- In both Edward II and Richard II, both playwrights analyze the concept of flattery as a vice. In Edward II flattery is a social corruption, depicted by Gaveston and Spencer, while in Richard II flattery is a moral corruption, depicted by Bushy, Bagot and Green. These flatterers then act as a catalyst for impending rebellion over the King. However, despite having a reason to rebel, both plays subtly question whether these antagonists are justified in doing so. Both plays, using the vice of flattery in different ways, argue the same point: that flattery is the act of taking advantage of personal weakness while rebellion is the act of taking advantage of political opportunity....   [tags: William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe]

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A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen: Rebellion for Interdependence

- There is not one child who has not rebelled against their parents in some way. Any little action can be seen as an act of rebellion; whether it is secretly buying a book from the Scholastic book fairs, talking on the phone late at night or purposely leaving the trash to pile up. In the play, A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen presents the ideas of rebellion for indepen¬dence. The main character, a sweet and lovely housewife, name Nora Helmer is married to Torvald Helmer who has been promoted to a new banking position....   [tags: parents, symbolic meanings]

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Abigail Adams’ Inspiring Rebellion for Women’s Rights

- Born on November 11, 1744, Abigail Smith entered the world in the Massachusetts colony during troublesome time of England rule that was destined to end one day.1 Her family was well respected in the town of Weymouth, where she was born. Her father, William Smith, was a Congregational minister and her mother, Elizabeth Quincy, hailed from a prominent family in the colony.2 Abigail spent her time at her grandmother’s house where she was schooled in English, French, and history, meanwhile, gaining a well-rounded education from the many hours she spent in her father’s library....   [tags: Biography Biographies Bio]

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Motivations for Faustus's Rebellion

- In the Faust legend, a man by the name of Faust or Faustus sells his soul to the devil for twenty-four years of ultimate worldly power. Although the tale of this German scholar/ magician called Johann Faust or Faustus has been re-told many times over, no version has become more prominent and controversial in English literature and history than that of Christopher Marlowe's play first published eleven years after his death in 1604. Marlowe's reworking is possibly the first dramatization of the medieval myth of a man who sold his soul to the Devil, and who became identified with a necromancer of the sixteenth century....   [tags: European Literature]

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Two Great Rebellion Films

- Rebellion is a common topic in movies because it draws in audiences with its bad boys and bad attitudes. Two of the greatest rebellion movies of all time are Rebel Without a Cause, starring James Dean, and Bonnie and Clyde, starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. The opening scene in Rebel Without a Cause shows a drunken teenage boy lying in the street, giggling, while he plays with a toy. The directors of these two films show rebellion using the same elements: themes, characters, and memorable scenes....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Irish Literature And Rebellion

- Irish Literature and Rebellion In the heart of every Irishman hides a poet, burning with nationalistic passion for his beloved Emerald Isle. It is this same passion, which for centuries, Great Britain has attempted to snuff out of the Catholics of Ireland with tyrannical policies and the hegemony of the Protestant religion. Catholics were treated like second-class citizens in their native home. Centuries of oppression churned in the hearts of the Irish and came to a boil in the writings and literature of the sons and daughters of Ireland....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Rebellion of Queen Boudica

- Rebellion of Queen Boudica Prasutagus, client king of the Iceni after the Roman invasion of Britain, realised that his province was in danger when he died, so he decided to write up a will, in which he said that the Emperor Nero would receive half, while the other half went to his two daughters (Under British law, if the king had no male heir, he could leave his estate to his daughters, but not in Roman law). The Iceni tribe was ransacked, with even the highest men being treated as slaves....   [tags: Papers]

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The Rebellion Against Victorianism

- The Rebellion Against Victorianism The 1890's was in time for transformation for the English society. After Queen Victoria died the heart of the Victorian culture seemed to fade. England was beginning to experience economic competition from other states and a gradual decline from its former pinnacle of power. Politically, the Parliament experienced some fundamental power shifts after the turn of the century. This essay will address the climate of change in the English culture and its expressions....   [tags: European Europe History]

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Teen Rebellion and Violence

- Teen Rebellion and Violence Teenagers these days have become more violent than ever. It seems like everyday we hear about yet another high school shooting in which innocent people are being killed. In all this chaos I ask you this: What causes these adolescents to rebel?, Why did they resort to violence?, and why does it happen more now than it did when our parents were adolescents. If they are only teenagers and are already using guns to resolve their problems, can you imagine them as adults. Just the thought of it is frightening....   [tags: Papers]

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Teen Rebellion

- Teen Rebellion Teen rebellion is a problem that’s been around ever since teenagers have. Almost every teen goes through some sort of rebellious stage in or after the precious years of puberty. It’s a problem that’s caused by a number of attributes, the two main being teenage hormones and attitude. It’s a superiority syndrome that teens get to let the world “adults” know that their views and opinions are not to be reckoned with. And with such a stubborn mindset that teen rebellion comes with, it can sometimes be impossible to tell them otherwise or make them listen to reason....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Shays Rebellion

- Shays Rebellion 1) Shays' Rebellion, the post-Revolutionary clash between New England farmers and merchants that tested the precarious institutions of the new republic, threatened to plunge the "disunited states" into a civil war. The rebellion arose in Massachusetts in 1786, spread to other states, and culminated in an abortive attack on a federal arsenal. It wound down in 1787 with the election of a more popular governor, an economic upswing, and the creation of the Constitution of the United States in Philadelphia....   [tags: American History]

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Shays Rebellion

- Troubled Farmers “In the first years of peacetime, following the Revolutionary War, the future of both the agrarian and commercial society appeared threatened by a strangling chain of debt which aggravated the depressed economy of the postwar years”.1 This poor economy affected almost everyone in New England especially the farmers. For years these farmers, or yeomen as they were commonly called, had been used to growing just enough for what they needed and grew little in surplus. As one farmer explained “ My farm provides me and my family with a good living....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Bacon's Rebellion

- Bacon's Rebellion Sometimes there comes an event in American History in which no one knows exactly why it happened. What the motives of the event were are left to the interpretation of the historian doing the research. Bacon’s Rebellion in 1676 was on such event. Wilcomb E. Washburn’s view is precise when he states, “ Bacon’s Rebellion. . .was an event on which observers could agree on the facts, but divide on the interpretation.” Historians have been picking into peoples’ accounts and versions of the legend for over 3 centuries, but never coming to a common conclusion....   [tags: American History Nathaniel Bacon Papers]

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Boxer Rebellion

- When Japan defeated China in 1895, European powers answered with an order they called, “ carving up the Chinese melon.'; Following the division of Africa among European powers, they turned their sights to what they saw as an extremely weak Chinese government. European powers and America began to scramble for what was called “spheres of interest.'; These spheres of interest involved holding leases for all railway and public advantages in different regions of China. Russia got Port Arthur, Britain got the New Territories near the Hong Kong region, Germany got Shantung and America got nothing....   [tags: essays research papers]

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