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Enforced Conformity

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Jackson Equinox

on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of Enforced Conformity

Marcus
Chicago 7
How do they Relate?
How Marcus, Ned Kelly, and
the Chicago Seven relate.

By:
Connor Desch,
J@ck$on C@pp$,

Jack Lebar,
Kyle Burkey

The Chicago seven thought the war in Vietnam was meaningless and unfair; subsequently they wanted the war to end.
They were charged with conspiring to incite a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
Two of the Chicago seven was innocent but the others were found guilty of violating the Anti-Riot Act and was given various punishments.
Rebelling Against Authority
Ned Kelly was similar to the Robin Hood of his time in Australia.
Ex: Ned Kelly was fourteen years old when he beat up fowl and pig trader. The reason he did this was to give the wealth away from this bad man to the needy.
He tried to provide for the people who couldn't provide for themselves.
Ned rebelled against the Australian enforcement in attempt to steal wealth.
He did this at the cost of his own life.
Ned Kelly
17 year-old high school student/hacker
Lives in San Francisco, California
Believes strongly in Constitutional rights
Has a strong attitude of a teenager
Modern computer geek and gamer
Ned Kelly, the Chicago 7, and Marcus Yallow all want to rebel against authority to protect the rights of the
majority.
They believe that rights are far more important than security
All are willing to take large risks to defend their rights. Examples of these risks are:
Marcus continuing to use the "Xnet"
Ned Kelly continued to steal despite the risk of being hanged, in fact he
was
later hanged at the young age of 26.
The Chicago Seven risked being caught and convicted, and they risked their own lives while protesting.
Thinking
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