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    Peasant Revolts DBQ

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    century in Germany the peasants began to feel and notice the unfair treatment from all non-peasants. They became so frustrated with their unfair treatment that they began to form groups and revolt against the upper classes of Germany. If the German authorities were not so greedy they could have ended the peasant results with no trouble at all but instead they were greedy and the peasants took advantage. There were many causes that lead to the peasant revolts in Germany. One being that the peasants of Wurzburg believed that there should be equality between everyone (doc. 8). They believed that if a person were rich they should share with a peasant. This did not happen in Germany and lead to a peasant revolt. Lorenz…

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    The German Reformation and the Peasant 's War both coincide in the sixteenth century. During that time big social, political and religious change was happening and they finally came to a blow when the uprising with the Peasants in the years 1524-1525. As things were heating up the peasants decided to take matters into their own hands with the help of some major reformers and strike up a rebellion. The reformers helped wield strength within the peasant community to incite them to rebel against…

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    In the mid-1520s, the Peasants ' War in southern Germany rattled both the political and social foundations of central Europe. The German Peasants War was the largest peasant insurrection to take place in European history as well as the most monumental rebellion prior to the French Revolution. There is a key to determining the ties between the Christianity, rebellion, and violence in the Peasants War of 1525. It is to examine the relationship of Martin Luther 's revolt against the papal church…

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    compare and contrast how two important authors link China’s geographical unevenness to its development. Nongjiale Tourism and Contested Space in Rural China written by Choong-Hwan Park refers to a unique Chinese form of rural tourism, which involves peasant families welcoming urbanite visitors to their farm guesthouses serving…

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    examining rebellion in Southeast Asia, particularly in Burma and Vietnam. While this seems like an odd literature to pull into the question of interest representation in democracy, Scott’s premise extends far beyond this context of the particularly region and countries he’s examining. In particular, he argues from a Rational Choice perspective that the peasants decision to resist the existing powers is not the pure amount of value that the state extracts from the peasant, but whether that…

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    time after the famine in 1891. This time, Tolstoy and other members of his family spent two years raising money from around the world and working in soup kitchens. (Morson, Gary) Leo Tolstoy was also fond of the idea of giving his estate to the peasants. His wife and children were furious with this proposition, and he ultimately backed down. Nevertheless, in the early 1890s, he managed, against his family’s wishes, to give up the copyright to most of his literary works, sacrificing a…

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    the Archbishop of Hamburg by Otto I in 965, came with judicial powers over the market as well as control of tolls, a mint, and anything else that might produce money. Without stretching the letter of the law, this entitles the Archbishop to require that transactions take place using his currency acquired from his exchange at his rates. The potential for earning from the grant of privileges over a market town were high but in practice rampant abuse of authority was curtailed by a basic economic…

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    supported Russian modernisation. Passage B argues that alienating the intelligentsia undermined the stability of the regime, which was not true as Alexander followed the advice of his father and maintained his autocratic rule with complete power. Passage B claims that the Edict of Emancipation freed serfs from their feudal duties and allotted land for their needs . Whilst serfs were allotted land for their needs, this tended to be the worst piece of land. They also had heavy restrictions that…

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    the stake as peasants watch and the barbaric guards plan a riot within the castle walls. Even though we know Joan’s fate, the fast pacing keeps audience in suspense until we see her tied to a post and smoke billows out from underneath here. The film understands tension as if it were an old friend. The plot is complicated yet simple enough for anyone to follow, and the plot moves fast enough to grip modern viewers and keep them on the edge of their…

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    The Flame of The Pure Life “You almost make me say you are an unapprehending peasant woman, who have never been initiated into the proportions of social things. You don’t know what you say.” “I am only a peasant by position, not by nature.” – Hardy, “Tess of the d’Urbervilles” Not just a daring woman, but as a strong, pure and unique individual with her own complexity, Tess stands tall against the constraints which encompasses contemporary people, culture, and society in the story. The…

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