– Farmers and traders had to continue to adapt so they could supply enough produce to meet demand. Mid 1700’s the market place in Sheffield had sprawls of shops and stalls, surrounded by High Street, Swine Market, Bullstake and King … Continue reading
The picture above shows a girl from Thailand selling a few different products. You have Pepsi and Coca-Cola being sold which are originally from the United States and next to her is a fruit that originally comes from Thailand.Even though … Continue reading
To us, we think of this jesture as a way of saying “no more”, “stop”, or even “i’m busy”. Even though we mean it in a harmless way, people in Greece mean it as something much worse. There, putting your hand out is a gesture … Continue reading
Water, as many people know, is something we use every day. It is an important factor in our lives but water is becoming more and more scarce as it grows as a valuable resource while population and consumption rise. Many human … Continue reading
Marie Antoinette came to France to marry Louis XVI at the age of 14. She before lived in Austria. Marie started off with people disliking her in France because she had not yet produced an heir. After Louis XVI grandfather died, he and Marie took the throne. Finally producing 4 kids years later. During the famine and economic troubles of France, Marie acted like she didn’t even notice as she still went along with exquisite hairstyles and buying everything she wanted. This created an essential hate for Marie. In 1789, market women stormed the palace in search of her to kill her. She was executed in October of 1793.
My Article: Happy Fault Democracy is an imperfect way of government, and to be a democracy does not mean to be a Utopian society. The article “Happy Fault” goes into detail of how democracy is a system with faults. If … Continue reading