Social Studies

10 Human Rights that stick out to me;
1) The right to life.
2) The right to education
3) The freedom to move places.
4) The freedom of thoughts
5) The right to no torture.
6) Innocent until proven guilty.
7) No slavery
8) The right to marriage and a family
9) Free to say what we want
10) Workers’ Rights

Code of Hammurabi
– 1754 B.C; idea for ‘an eye for an eye’
– ancient mesopotamia, theres 282 laws.
– What to do with wages, family, sexuality, marternity,
Example; Someone says you did something wrong, you must prove it or die, kidnapping equals death, robers caught are killed,
-They were wordy yet simply put.

Machiavelli
– later 1400s, italian man,
-approach to government, ” the ends justifies the means.”
-to kill children to get to one big person

Buddhi
1) right vision – live envolves and changes
2) right emotion – commiting yourself to feel real
3) right speech – speak positive
4) right action – ethical life
5) right livelihood -doing work that doesnt harm others
6) right effort – think kind and positive
7) mindfulness – full awware of oneself
8) right meditiation – training mind to be calm

 

 Slaverly
– being owned or worked, or forced into doing things; enslaved.
– 1619, Jamestown, Virginia. was the start.
– put into slave ships, 50% die because of conditions.
– 1641 Massachuseets legalizes slaverly
– 1643 Connecticut adopts fugitive slave law
– 1705 Virginia slave Codes.
– Canadian nslaves from 1830 to 1833
– Auction to the highest bidder
– ‘seasoning’ so theyre ready for work

Why not inslave the Native population?
– NA highly likely to disease
– They were more familiar with the land
– Political allies that can help fight against the slave ‘owners

Why inslave Africans?
– took 2-6 weeks to bring Slaves
– Eperience in producing suagr and cotton and rice
– Imunity  from disease
– Low escape possibilities, they dont know the land, they dont have allies, and they were highly visible because of the skin color.

– Atlantic Slave trade ended 1808

Life of a slave;
– Sundays off the go to church
– could not read or write, and illegal to learm
Slave codes CANNOTS; leave home without pass. carry a weapon, gather in groups, own property, legally marry, defend themselves against a white person, speak in court.

Resistiance;
– Flight-slaves would run away
– Trauncy-flight for a short amount of time then they would come back
– Refusal to reproduce, women refused to have children.
Covert Action-slaves would sometimes kill animals, etc

Punshment;
– Slaves were often punished if they misbehave
– branding, beating, being sold, gagged, whipping, and other torture methods

Election 1860, start of Civil War;
Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860 without any southern electoral votes
Many southern states quickly seceded from the Union, South Carolina
Southern troops fired upon Fort Sumter, starting the war
The North faught to preserve Union, while the South fought to perserve slavery

Civil War & Emancipation;
Lincoln began to think about how to abolish slaverly down south
September 22, 1862 issued the Emancipation Proclamation which decalred no slaverly in the states on Jan 1, 1863
It did nothing about it except for the parts that were already good with the idea

End of the Civil War;
the South lost, and were forced to accept the 13th Amendment to the Constitution before they could be part of the Union again
It abolished Slaverly in the US

WHERE ELSE AND WHAT ELSE?
Child slaverly,
sex slave,
child soldier,
blood diamonds,
pornography,
chocolate industry,
drug industry.

!!20-30 million still inslaved today!!

KEY PEOPLE

1)Imagination in more important than knowledge. the important thing is not to stop questioning, curiosity has its own reason for existing. Albert Einstein.

2)Second richest man in the world. Helps make companies grow, develop, competitive, be different and efficient. Carlos Helu.

3)He started the first world war by assassinating Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie on June 28, 1914 Gavrilo Princip

4)UN – Tipping point. Ban Ki Moon

5)Superman Complex – Ethiopia – Benito Mussolini

6)Greatest Inventor of the 20th century – Thomas Edison

7)1918 peace talks – treaty negotiations. Woodrow Wilson

8)I gave my people land, food and bread – 1917 – Vladimir Lenin

9)Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country – Killed in Dallas, Texas. John F Kennedy

10)Brought communism to the largest country in the world – 1947 – Largest genocide in world history – 50 million people were killed – people worshiped him – Mao Zedong

11)U.S. Civil Rights movement Dr. Martin Luther King

12)I was a gardener, world traveller and pastry chef – Ho Chi Minh

13)Bulldog – Saved world from nazis rule during World War II

14)Fifty years behind the advanced countries – Joseph Stalin – saved his country from the Nazis with the scorched earth policy

15)Divide mankind into 3 groups, the founders of culture, bearers of culture, and destroyers of culture only the aryan(race) could be considered – Adolf Hitler – committed suicide in 1945

16)”I fear we have just awoken the sleeping giant” – spoken when Emperor Hirohito invaded Hawaii in 1941 – reigning from December 25, 1926 until his death in 1989

17)”When you inoculate children with a polio vaccine, you don’t sleep well for two or three months” – Jonas Salk – American medical researcher and virologist

18)”Be the change you want to see in the world” – Ended Imperialism in my country but for my efforts was later murdered in 1947 by muslim extremist  – Gandhi

19)”Dear young people, let yourself be taken over by the light of Christ, and spread that light wherever you are.” I was famous canonized leader of the Catholic Church – Pope John Paul II

20)I was known as the “Holy Healer” in Russia but i was poisoned, shot and later drowned in one of the most famous deaths in world history – Pop song was written about him – Rasputin

21)Bounty of his head for $27 million – killed by US forces in 2011 – Osama Bin Laden

22)Has weapons of mass destruction – North Korea – Kim Jong Un – Current Leader

23)”It’s not the mountain we conquer, its ourselves” – Was the first person to climb to the top of the world – Sir Edmund Hillary

24)”If you use the original World Wide Web program, you never see a URL or have to deal with HTML. – Tim Berners-Lee

25)Dropped 2 atomic bombs on Japan  – Ended the second world war – Harry S. Truman

26)Watergate Scandal – “I was not a crook” – Richard Nixon

27)”Peace in our time” – Neville Chamberlain

28)”Perestroika and Glasnost – Has a birthmark on his forehead – Gorbachev

29)Archduke Franz Ferdinand ”I was assassinated in Sarajevo, my death sparked the first Great War of the 20th century”

30)George Bush Jr – “Every nation, in every region now has a decision to make.”

31)”The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked..” 1941 – Franklin Roosevelt

32)Current leader of canada – apologized to aboriginal people – Stephen Harper

33)3rd richest man in recorded history – Last ruler of Russia  – Czar Nicholas Romanov II

34)Longest serving Communist leader in the 20th century history – Fidel Castro

35)“Mr. Gorbachev tear down this wall” – Hollywood actor turned world leader – Ronald Reagan

36)”Once giant step for man, one giant leap for mankind” – Neil Armstrong

37)Was the leader of one of the BIG 3 countries after world war one – hosted the Peace Conference at Versailles – George Benjamin Clemenceau

38)I am most powerful man in the Catholic Church – Pope Francis

39)”I have to be seen to be believed.” – Been in power for ½ a century – head of state of canada – Queen Elizabeth II

40)President of the People’s Republic of China – Hu Jintao

41)Voted greatest Canada’s Greatest Canadian for my creation of universal medicare which he brought to saskatewan  – Tommy Douglas

42) Albert Einstein. Mc2
43)Supreme leader of Iran and became a champion of Islamic ideal. I lead the Iranian Revolution and supported the Iranian hostage crisis. Ruhollah Khomeni

44)I was the first person to fly 3,600 miles 1927, from Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris. Crime of the century when his son was murdered. Charles Lindberg

45)I think the secret to success in quite simple, “If you work just money, you’ll never make it, but if you love what you’re doing and you always put the customer first, success with be yours.” Raymond Albert “Ray” Croc

46) “You can make a positive out of a negative if you work enough” Satifaction Guarenteed. walamrt man. Sam Walton

47) Once I learned to communicate I said “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” The best ans most beautiful things must be felt. Helen Keller

48) I tried to help out the poorest people in the world because I truly believe that “ In this life we cannot do great things, we can only do small things with great love”Mother Teresa

49) Stay hungry, stay foolish. Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me, going to bed at night saying we’re doing something wonderful thats what matters to me. I created the ‘I’ generation Steve Jobs

50) If you want to change your life to be more rewarding, change the way you think, Oprah Winfrey

51) I drove the industrial Revolution in the USA with mass production, mechanization and the assembly line. have you driven a FORD lately? Henry Ford

52) If birds can glide for long periods of time, then why can’t I? Wright Brothers

53) The discovery of DNA structure. Watson AND Crick

54) I think its fair to say that the personal computer has become the most empowering tool we have ever created” Bill Gates

55) “It always seems impossible until its done.” Imprisoned for 27 years. “No person is born hating, another person because of the color of his skin or his background or religion.” Nelson Mandela

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Russian Revolution:
Pre-Rev – Nicholas II last russian czar in 1884
Serfs – 2 groups, very rich and very poor.
they received a hut, small land and couple animals.
for a communist government to work, people would have to be forced into working.

Bloody Sunday
1905 Russia lost a war with Japan
angered serfs and workers
January 22, thousands of people marched on Winter Palace to as Czar Nicholas for reforms (for a change)
Troops shot people in the crowd, how the name came. riots became more often

Time for Change
1917, riots in the streets. everyone wanted change
Groups over ran police and military couldnt stop riots
Czar Nicholas was forced to give up his throne
After that, his family was captured and murder

BOLSHEVIKS – Change (Lenin)
MENSHEVIKS – Monarchy , preserve Czar Nicholas

Lenin brings communism to Russia
1917 Vladimir Lenin pushed over the gov and Communists took control of Russia
czar Nicholas and the family were executed
1922 Lenin renamed it the Soviet Union
Joined Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, and Ukraine

Why Communism?
A theory that says the government should own the farms and factories for the benefit of the citizens
Everyone should share the work equally and receive equal share of rewards.

 

My results mostly point towards a Liberal stance,. My definition of being liberal is being open minded to change, open minded to new ideas, and are more tolerant of thoughts and actions of others; they arent very bound to the traditions. My definition on conservative is they like to keep it traditional and not a big fan about changes, typically into politics or religion. Based on the defintions, I definitely agree Im more Liberal. Im more of a into change person, and Im not really bound to religion and basing my decision. I like to bring in new ideas and and stay open minded towards other ideas and ations as well, 

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