How did the American Revolution change people's attitudes toward their rulers?
It convinced them to declare their independence from the king and set up new republics in all the states.
People in Germany liked Hitler because he promised things he couldn't really give and people believed him. The German people were locked into a lose-lose situation the day Hit…ler came into power. READ ERAGON, AND ELDEST!!
I think "Sod you Jack- we're all right" sums it up.
the attitudes change Dramatically tewards the end of the war.
As women participated in the war, they began to think differently about their rights. Those women who had taken charge of farms or their husband's businesses became more confi…dent and willing to speak out. they became more outspoken about there desire for equal rights.
Cockney has been looked down as inferior by many, being percieved as less friendly and trustworthy, less intelligent and less hardworking. However in a survey of 2000 cockney …was voted joint 5th coolest accent in Britain and also it can be positively viewed as straight forward. Since 1909 it has been accepted as a variation of the english language rather than an inferior one.
I think Americans are open to change and are very much receptive to it. They adopt with the change very well, the reason why they are now holds the position of supreme power a…mong the nations of the world.
It's not an attitude, it's their sexual desires. It's not changeable in any way.
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most Americans supported America's new global leadership role
It really sowed people what a negative slavery was to exist. No one should ever own another person or treat an individual that way. It also showed that not all whites were bad…. The woman who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin, was a white woman.
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It seems that people often say that all music today is crap, but I suspect people have always been saying that. Crap music was made in the past, and crap music is made now; gr…eat music was made in the past and great music is made now. The thing is that most of the garbage from decades ago is forgotten, and the good stuff is more likely to remembered so people just assume that that was all that was good. For example, I doubt it if Flow Rider, Soldier Boy or Rebecca Black will be remembered 30 years from now, except possibly as novelty acts. There's a similar situation with movies and TV shows and most things like that; the stuff that's remembered is usually the better stuff, so people often get the impression that there was more good stuff made in the past than there is today per unit time. I hope that answers the question.
The people who went though the black death, after this incident the attitude they carried was hedonistic attitude. This means that they were thrilled.
Firstly you have to forget the romanticised idea of a highwayman. They did not rob only from the rich. The real highwayman was simply an armed thug and the common people woul…d have thought of them as we do today about criminals. they would have shown levels of interest from disgust through to nonchalance about them. Dick turpin who has been enshrined as a gentleman thief was actually a burglar, deer poacher and horse thief. Our concept of the highwayman is mostly governed by Hollywood who portrays them as a debonaire smartly dressed rogue whom women swoon over. In fact Turpin was an ugly pockmarked thug who was only brought to fame as a character in 19th century pocket books. Ask yourself what do you think of gangs who commit crime today and you will have something akin to the way people thought of highwaymen in the 17th century.
Most Americans supported America's new global leadership role
people started to figure out slavery was not right
Black Death cause people to lose faith in church. People did notbelieve in god anymore.