Mark Twain wrote about religion
Mark Twain wrote about religion, racism and slavery while all showing the hypocrisy of the time. While he was writing the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin, Mark Twain was writing in a time where slavery was just made illegal and he wrote the setting of the book in a time period where slavery was still legal. The society at the time of the 1830’s was very hypocritical in many ways. The church members would say they were Christians but wouldn’t live it out.
Axes; They are made out of a medium block of steel and a medium-sized piece of wood. The steel is employed for creating the axe head that is used for chopping down trees, whereas the piece of wood is for the handle for holding it along with your hands. You can also use the axe for splitting and cutting wood, or harvesting timber.
When there is a crime happening
When there is a crime happening in our country we should speak out. Citizens have some part of the responsibility for the atrocities committed by their country. A responsibility we all have is to speak out; there are many ways we can speak out: on social media, protests against them, etc. A second responsibility we have is to vote against the people to show your support that you’re doing something to help. We can also show support by giving them hope and faith that they are not alone. However, if there was absolutely nothing they could’ve done they might not have a worse punishment then the people who knew and could’ve done something but choose not to say or do anything.