Read the following excerpt from president roosevelt's july 24, 1933, fireside chat. for many years the two great barriers to a normal prosperity have been low farm prices and the creeping paralysis of unemployment. these factors have cut the purchasing power of the country in half. i promised action. congress did its part when it passed the farm and the industrial recovery acts. today we are putting these two acts to work and they will work if people understand their plain objectives. which qualities of effective leadership does roosevelt use in this excerpt? select all that apply. humility communication self-confidence goal setting
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The Fireside Chats were a series of broadcasts transmited via radio, that President Franklin D. Roosevelt did to speak about issues like unemployment and economy and to keep the American people informed about the situation of the nation. President Roosevelt transmited this broadcasts from 1933 to 1944, and gave people trusted his leadership because he kept them informed, this type of leadership is why President Franklin D. Roosevelt is the only American president that has served for four consecutive terms. In this excerpt Roosevelt demonstrated qualities like communication, self-confidence and goal setting because he assured people that both farm prices and unemployment were taking care of, and that assured that the plan would work.
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President Roosevelt transmited this broadcasts from 1933 to 1944, and gave people trusted his leadership because he kept them informed, this type of leadership is why President Franklin D. Roosevelt is the only American president that has served for four consecutive terms. In this excerpt Roosevelt demonstrated qualities like communication, self-confidence and goal setting because he assured people that both farm prices and unemployment were taking care of, and that assured that the plan would work.
Orwell uses satirical reversal when Napoleon and the pigs act against their stated principles.
Prosperity for one is prosperity for others
we live in misery, laboriousness and shortness of life. We are born, we obtain only so much food that the breath of our own blood will remain in our bodies, and those of us who are able to do so will be forced to work to the last atom in our power. Every animal knows the meaning of pleasure or leisure when he is one year old in England. For England there is no animal free of charge. An animal's life is wretchedness and slavery: that's real.
Man is the only animal that consumes without making. It gives no milk, it doesn't lay eggs, it's too weak to pull the sting, it doesn't run fast enough to capture rabbits. He is, however, lord of all beasts. He gives them the bare minimum they can escape hunger, and he holds the rest for him. He puts them to work. Our labor makes the earth fertile, our dung makes it fertile.
Remember, comrades, you must never fool your resolution. You should not be misled by any argument. Always mind when they tell you that the common interest is for man and animals, that one's wealth is the happiness of another. Everything is lies. Nobody but himself serves the interests of any man. And there is true unity amongst us animals and perfect comradeship in war. Everybody is an enemy. Every animal is a companion.
The vote took place at once, and an overwhelming majority agreed that rats were companions. Only four people, the three dogs and the cat, were diagnosed and then voted on both sides.
Man's every habit is bad. And no animal will tyrannize his own kind, first and foremost. We are all brothers, weak or strong, smart or easy. No other animal should ever kill. Every animal is the same.
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c. Orwell uses satirical reversal when Napoleon and the pigs act against their stated principles.
e. Orwell uses verbal irony when Animal Farm takes on its original name, The Manor Farm.
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What are the pros and cons of humans switching from hunting-gathering to agriculture?
Gordon Couger, Embedded Programmer, Farmer, Rancher, Teacher, Problem Solver
Answered January 31, 2019 · Author has 1.1K answers and 919.1K answer views
The human abilities to communicate, invent and make long term plans appear to made us the climax mammal life form on Earth early on. Agriculture can be viewed as the next step up from hunter gatherer so the land could support a lager population or agriculture freed up people to advance civilization.
I doubt ether one is exactingly right. I suspect some nomadic hunter gatherer noticed the grass seeds they ate spouted and grew in new locations and started planting extra seeds near camps that didn't have them. Then some enterprising person started trying seeds from other plants and found some thing like squash, okra or green leaved crops that they make into short term gardens and it grew from there.
As far as pros and cons go without agriculture we don’t Penelope any civilization much higher than extended families, small triable units able to care for some of their elderly much like the Inuit of 1850 and small time bandits living by robbing hunter gatherers of their meager food supplies, Then they could only live by stealing from the most successful hunter gathers who would probably out number them and kill them off.