TOPIC: There were many things people of democratic country did to protest for their rights and desire freedom. However, the points that they made for their freedom were agreeable and disagreeable. Yippies and “No More Miss America” were the best examples of that in the history of the United States of America. + Some of the points of “No More Miss America” were so extreme and negative, but others were agreeable and acceptable. It had the wrong idea but the right tactics because it was backed-up by ten points. No war was included.
+ Yippies actions only benefited to males not females. They had the wrong ideas and tactics. They involve in using drugs and raping women. There are many things the people of democratic country did to stop the unfairness of democratic government. The BAN (By All Means Necessary) is the book that shows some of the events happened in the history of the United States of America. In this book, there were different ethnic or other groups protesting for their desire freedom and rights.
The groups that will be discussed in this report are Yippies and “No More Miss America.” The author of “No More Miss America” didn’t want the Beauty Pageant, and that’s okay because she gave ten points and after all it’s her opinion. On the other hand, Yippies wants the freedom of doing nothing. That’s a big difference. The difference is that the world could live without having beauty contests but it can’t live without people doing nothing. There were many things people of democratic country did to protest for their rights and desired freedom. The author of “No More Miss America” did the protest by giving ten points, why there shouldn’t be a Miss American.
Religious Freedom in colonial America Religion was a very important part of everyday life in colonial America. Sometimes people were not allowed to question what they were taught, and if they did so they were punished accordingly. Before 1700 some colonies had more religious freedom then others. While others colonies only allowed religious freedom to a select group, others allowed religious ...
Some of the points were agreeable and acceptable. There are many points that were made in “No More Miss America” article with which I agree. One of the points that I agree is that Mis America is a living commercial. This point is agreeable because different companies such as “Pepsi, Toni and Oldsmobile” sponsor the Beauty Pageant. Then, this resulted in the increase of the sale of their products. For example, in the commercials, Miss America is drinking the Pepsi and saying this is the reason I won the Beauty contest then the every girl will drink Pepsi.
It’s just a trick of selling a product; in other words it’s a trap for the customers by the company. One other point, which is agreeable and acceptable, is that it hurt women’s emotions. As mentioned in “No More Miss America” that the one who wins is to be used and the other forty-nine are useless. It hurt other forty-nine women because they feel rejected and useless by losing the Beauty Pageant.
Therefore, it hurt those forty-nine women’s feelings. For example, the one that wins goes to different tours and places all over the world; those who loses to became Miss America, when they went back to their states, they don’t get that much respect and sometimes called losers. For that reason, when their feelings are hurt, then they don’t have much freedom. That’s why, I think, there shouldn’t be the Miss America, which hurt somebody’s feelings and emotions. There were many things the people of democratic country did to protest for their rights and desire freedom. The Yippies also did the protest by giving some points to achieve the freedom of doing nothing.
Some of the points were agreeable and acceptable. Some of the points that were made in article about Yippies were agreeable. One of them was the point that Jerry Rubin made. I agreed with his statement that the government thinks that “if your speech is ineffective, it is protected by the Constitution, [and] if your speech is effective, you are ‘inciting to riot’.” That’s the reason, Ruins was fighting for the freedom of speech. It is true because the Yippies were protesting for their freedom against the democratic government, and the government was beating them and it was breaking the first amendment of the U. S.
The point of view that Katherine Mansfield has chosen to use in “Miss Brill” serves two purposes. First, it illustrates how Miss Brill herself views the world and, second, it helps the reader take the same journey of burgeoning awareness as Miss Brill.The story is written in a third person omniscient (although limited) point of view. Miss Brill also interprets the world around her in a similar ...
Constitution. The first amendment says that you have a freedom of speech, and Yippies were expressing their views and opinion, but the government ordered the police to beat them. The Yippies speeches were effective and many people were agreeing with them. Therefore, the government incited them to riot. One of the strong points that Yippies made which I agreed was that to share food, money, bodies, energy, ideas, blood, and defense to attempt the peace. This proves that the Yippies wanted the peace, and I’m peaceful person, too.
This also makes it a strong and agreeable point. For example, when they will share ideas about the freedom for doing nothing, they will able to get the plan for achieving that goal. When they will share love, no one will fight. When they will share food and money, no one will be needy, and when they will share blood then no one will die. If somebody is dying and there is no blood then anybody with the same blood group could give blood to save his fellow live. In conclusion, the Yippies and the author of “No More Miss America” are one of those who did many things to protest for their rights and desire freedom.
The desire freedom for Yippies was that they wanted the freedom for doing nothing and for “No More Miss America” that there shouldn’t be a Miss America. To support their freedom they made some agreeable and disagreeable points. That’s why they (Yippies and the author of “No More Miss America”) are same. The author of “No More Miss America” didn’t want the Beauty Pageant, and that’s okay because she gave ten points and after all it’s her opinion.
Liberty and freedom in America It is a common knowledge that the idea of freedom was a main motivational factor behind many events in American history. Yet, it would be wrong to suggest that the American people were able to enjoy social and individual freedom only because of democratic form of their government. The essence of American civil liberties can only be properly assessed through ...
On the other hand, Yippies wants the freedom of doing nothing. After this discussion, I don’t see how the world could live without having beauty contests but it can’t live without people doing nothing. We, the people, the humans are bonded to work. That’s our life..