May Day Essays
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Introduction: “May Day”, by F.scott Fitzgerald is a tale of America after the World War I. The author begins the tale with, “There had been a war fought and won …”The setting is in New York, USA in May 1919 which is evident from the references of Yale graduates, and Gordon’s telephonic conversation with Phil when he said, “I heard you were in New York.” The main protagonist, Gordon Sterrett, is a soldier who has recently got back from France...
Thesis In the article May Day: Reflecting on Bangladesh Factory Disaster and Corporate Terror (Chakravatty&Luce,2013), the authors explore the deplorable conditions of workers in Bangladesh garment factories who are poorly treated, overworked and under paid. It is acknowledged that governments and large foreign corporations need to do more to alleviate the harsh conditions of sweatshop workers where women make up the majority of the labour force. This connects to neoliberalism and Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) because underdeveloped countries like Bangladesh...
Kwara human beings say their demand for implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage is non-negotiable. The organised labour in Kwara has declared that the demand of personnel for implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage is non-negotiable. The workers, beneath the umbrella of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), made their attribute diagnosed on Saturday in Ilorin for the dimension of the Workers Day celebration. The TUC chairman in the state, Akinsola Akinwunmi, referred to as...
Introduction The Story “May Day” written by F. Scott Fitzgerald starts with a prologue which sounds much more like a fairytale rather that what it actually is (real story). As everyone is happy and enjoying as the war has ended, but the reality is exactly opposite. The whole story revolves around the protagonist of the story which is Gordon Sterrett and how his role transforms in the whole story. This story mainly talks about the war and the riots even...