Boston Tea Party Essays
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Most people have heard about the Boston Tea Party. When Americans dumped British Tea in Boston Harbor. But not everyone understands the importance of it, and why the Tea Party is still remembered today. It was on December 16, 1773, when American patriots disguised as Mohawk Indians threw 342 chests of tea belonging to the British East India Company from ships into Boston Harbor. The Americans were protesting both a tax on tea (the Townshend Acts) and the perceived monopoly...
An ideology can be defined as a body of ideas that reflects the beliefs and interests of a nation, political system, etc. and underlies political action. Ideologies can reflect beliefs and interests of a large group or even just a few people. Political Ideologies, though, are about organizing and directing action. There are hundreds of ideologies throughout the world because every nation and every state has their own beliefs, interests, ways of organizing, and directing action. Development of states into...
Americans nowadays start using the civil rights act as a way to allow the civilians to become free and have equal rights. A recent example of this is when Donald Trump sued the Black Lives Matter Organization because the organizer DeRay Mckensson “did nothing to prevent the violence or to calm the crowd.” The definition of civil disobedience is to peacefully protest to go against certain laws, orders, or commands of a government. This method has been a crucial part...
The Tea Party Movement was started in 1773 and its aim was teaching Americans about intolerable acts, the constitution, human rights, and civil liberties, free market system and capitalism. Other works that they have done are set up meetings in halls where people can air the elected people can meet the electorate, give open forums to all wanting seats of power without caring for political affiliation. The Party is composed of the richest whites in America who do not give...