This paper describes how different societies addressed economic and gender concerns in different ways during the period of interwar. Some societies made an objective of addressing their economy and other policies during the interwar period…
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Some societies made an objective of addressing their economy during the interwar period whereby they emphasized on leisure to help improve their economy status. They would change employment patterns and working hours so that they can facilitate the growth of leisure time. According to Joseph Starlin, “in our country, in the U.S.S.R the workers have long forgotten unemployment. Some three years ago we had about one and a half million unemployed. It is already two years now since unemployment has been completely abolished. Look at the capitalist countries; what horrors are taking place there as a result of unemployment!”According to Mustapha Kemal “Youth undoubtedly considers the republic a gift presented by your genius and decisiveness to Turkishness more valuable than life itself In its defense, no sacrifice is too great It will be jealously guarded against nothing to existence from the darkness into the light, at the call to follow the path of deliverance we are and shall eternally be, with laws written with our blood, the guardians of freedom and the future”In eugenicssociety, in the year 1921, there was an attempt to criminalize lesbianism. For the matrimonial causes, Act of 1923 made adultery the sole ground of divorce for either of the spouse.Additionally, further grounds were added in the year 1937 comprising of a wife’s right to divorce her husband for a case of rape.In this society of Eugenics, a person named Marie Stopes came up with a birth control clinic.
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1. Introduction Geographical boundaries have been a pronominal element in the development of civilizations. Geographical boundaries have been created by man with invasions, plunders and with spree to explore the unknown. In this process nations have developed and their interactions with other nations has ushered simultaneously.
Operational warfare, within warfare and military doctrine, can be understood as “the level of command which coordinates the minute details of tactics with the overarching goals of strategy” and such tactics “are of the operational level if they are able to conduct operations on their own, and are of sufficient size to be directly handled or have a decisive impact at the strategic level” (Operational warfare – Definition).
Using the sources of American History, the author describes the Puritans who settled in Colonial America and created laws and customs relating to women’s roles that were, in some cases, more stringent than those that existed in England at the time. It was a long time before women were able to enjoy the rights and freedoms they enjoy today.
It was during the time of intense changes gender roles taking place in America when women started coming to the Northern parts, significantly Illinois. During the colonial American period, the people maintained a “household economy” where they produced food and clothing for their own use, by men and women working in the field together.
This period s considered to be one of the most critical in the US history especially with regard to economic growth. Most economic and history scholars agree that remarkable economic growth witnessed during this period can be highly attributed to the massive growth of the industry during that period (Cain and Jonathan 20).
Were the liberal thinkers of the interwar period wrong to believe that peace can be secured through international law and institutions?
The interwar period signified a time of great uncertainty and ambivalence for powerful stakeholders in world peace - not dissimilar to the present day’s political climate.
Wars are expensive and therefore take up bigger percentages of countries budgetary allocation, this often result in economic uproar alongside the feuds. The period witnessed the rise of a number of such radical leaders as Mussolini and dogmatic political regimes such as the Nazism and the Japanese’s imperialism among many others.
ng to studies, dopamine D2-like receptors increase in dorsal frontal cortex (DFC), medial prefrontal cortex (MPC) hippocampal CA1 region and core region of nucleus accumbens (NAc) of gestating rats. These factors indicate that stress, occurring during gestation, has long lasting