C.C 2.2 third paper

C.C 2.2 third paper - Gregory Sicard Professor Banerjee October 6 2008 The Moghul Empire of India This source speaks about Zahiruddon Mohammed

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Gregory Sicard Professor Banerjee October 6, 2008 The Moghul Empire of India This source speaks about Zahiruddon Mohammed Babur and being poisoned to death. Babur had four cooks who supervised his food before he ate it. The mother of Ibrahim attempted to poison Babur so she ordered for the poison to be put on the food. Babur ate the food and became sick. Babur never got sick and became suspicious that his food was contaminated. Babur threw up and fed a dog his vomit; the dog ate it and became sick as well. The reason why the dog was fed the vomit was to see if the food was contaminated which it was, because the dog’s belly became bloated leaving the dog motionless. Babur then appreciated life because he did not die from the poison. After revealing this he wanted to stop drinking and let his beard grow. In the Koran the beard was grown when a vow was taken, the beard can be shaven once the vow was fulfilled. In regards to the vow being taken his friend Asas proceeded to do so as well, and they intended on going on tour to Gwalior to gain exemption for Muslims from paying the tamgha tax. A treatise was set forth and the tax was exempt. Edmund Burke, “Reflections on the revolution of France” Burke has political views as a Whig and felt that there was corruption in the operations of his Government. Burke felt that he knew more about the affairs of India then his own Government which is France. Burke became a spokesperson due to his fear and anger in regards to the French Revolution. Burke speaks about how religious establishments are corrupt and how the princes gain power to rule over the people. He speaks about a perfect democracy and how punishments were an example towards the conservation of people at large. Religion and Government played a big role in the French revolution and brought uproar in the French society. Burke mentions that the people of France had false claims when it came to society practicing the rights of men. Men have equal rights, but not equal things. This source stated the corruption of the French Government and an uprising was just boiling to happen. Emmanuel Sieyes, “What is the third estate?” The third estate was a pamphlet with three questions to consider. The three questions were as following; 1. What is the third estate? 2. What has it been until now in the political order? And 3.What does it ask? The third estate was everything, it has not been anything until
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now in the political order, and it asks to be something. The third estate represents the military, the judiciary, the church and the administration. The third estate mentions that since there was slavery which people have suffered it is impossible for the nation to become free, if the third estate is not free. The third estate represents everything about the nation which includes our rights, citizenships, and everything that is lawful. The third estate is what makes up a nation. The Declarations of Independence of the Unites States of America
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C.C 2.2 third paper - Gregory Sicard Professor Banerjee October 6 2008 The Moghul Empire of India This source speaks about Zahiruddon Mohammed

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