Conflict in Politics

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Conflict is a fight, or a prolonged struggle. Conflict in politics is inevitable as long as the world has been around there has been conflict and for some reason we insist on trying things that have failed before. It is nearly impossible to have everyone agree on the same solution, especially when it comes to something in politics explaining the many different parties. Between the six triads we had each of them were examples of the different conflicts from the pettiest thing like cracking an egg on a certain side to racial discrimination. “Majesty’s grandfather, while he was a boy, going to eat an egg, and breaking it to the ancient practice, happened to cut one of his finger. Whereupon the Emperor, his father published the edict, commanding all his subjects, upon great penalties, to break the smaller end of their egg” The story of Gulliver’s Travel an Emperor who published a law based on his grandfather nicking his finger, a law people resent greatly. Eleven thousand persons suffered death rather than submitting to opening the eggs and the smaller end. They cut their nose off despite their face meaning instead of just doing something they have to battle it. An example to this article is school, perfect example, instead of students just keeping their phones away they insist on taking it out risking getting sent to ISS and missing the lesson. In Speech against reform Sir Roberts is unsatisfied with how things are happening he says “This country is grossly deceived,
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