In what way did democracy change life in Greece?
It freed the bulk of the people from autocratic rule and exploitation by the upper class oligarchs.
1 person found this useful
yes Greece is a democracy
Though Greece had kings and rulers. Each city-state did employ aform of democracy. Examples are Athens, which had a directdemocracy and Sparta that had two kings and a council… of elders.
petion the goverment,write letters to congress,join intrest groups,and stay in constant touch with state legislatures.
It was a new and individual way of transportation that got you where you needed to go much faster. It made the world a much speedier and smaller place what with information tr…aveling faster too.
is democracy an essential way of life
Participation skill ranges from complete in activity to a full activity
you do have time to change your life before god comes. change into a chistian, go to church every saturday,and get baptized. amen by delon bobb
By entertaining us and helps us in our work and make our work faster
We can define the Inca Culture in one sentence; it was a free of hunger society. It was because the Incas agriculture mPlus the Incas brought peace and protection for the Ha…tunruna or standard citizen.
Airplanes changed the way of life for many because it meant beingable to travel long distances in a very short amount of time. Whatmight take 6 hours to drive will only take 1… hour to fly.
If you mean the industrial revolution in Britain(19th century, the way of life was not changed dramatically, but very subtly. The average income among the working class was hi…gher and people didn't freeze to death in the winter (burning coal). Economically, this made Britain (and subsequently the British Empire) the most powerful nation in the world. It meant our military was more advanced, we could produce and manufacture things more complex and/or more quickly and generally boosted our economy. But, as shown by the decline of the car industry in Britain. Because we were the first to industrialise, when other countries industrialised they had more advanced factories, technology and we lost our advantages. So now we generally have our economy from the tertiary sector (correct me if I'm wrong). Hope this helps :)
Some were radical democracies where all the male citizens metregularly in assembly and dictated laws and actions to be carriedout by a council. Othrs were limited to property-…owners.
The Inuit way of life is changing because of the changing weatherpatterns, which has forced the Inuit societies to reconsider theirtraditional lifestyles.
War, mayhem, slaughter, pillaging, enslavement did tend to make achange from daily living.
The most visible influence is that US democratic institutions oftenlike to dwell in buildings that are strongly reminiscent of Greektemples. That is because Greece traditional…ly is hailed as "thebirthplace of democracy". Truth be told, that 'birthplace'-story was an invention of Britishpoet Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who loved everything Greek and who madeup the slogan to drum up support for Greece when it tried to becomeindependent from the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century. In reality, most if not all of the Greek city-States wereOlicharchies throughout their history. Which means that they wererun by those cities' powerful families. The US' democraticinstitutions and beliefs are all the product of 18th centuryEnlightenment thinking and of Enlightenment philosopherMontesquieux.