Provide a brief description and analysis of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Why is it important to enact these laws?
Moreover, another blow to this agreement by the British government came when the Prime minister, Heath called for snap election over miner strike (BBC, 1974). This election was problematic for the agreement, because this election add only more uncertainty to NI situation and more gravely, the anti-treaty candidate won more ten seat of twelve in Westminster. Overall, the Unionist thought by increasing power to the Council that would eventually led to end of Partition of Northern Ireland, Unionist thought that they have been pushed into corner by Un experienced Pym, which in the end led to the collapse of this agreement. The final nail in the coffin for the agreement came when some sections of the loyalist’s workers which stretched throughout industries in NI, called a strike on 15th may 1974, for anti-power sharing. This strike was in many crucial for loyalist’s, they started by closing roads and power stations, within a week of these strike, they cut the electricity power by more than 50 percent, consequently this led to huge power cut in hospitals, factories, and other governmental institutions eventually brought Northern Ireland to halt, while all these dire situation continuing Merlyn Rees, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland was reluctance to the army and police to intervene and stop the strike, but instead just observed the situation. The British government attempted to pursue the striker to stop, and asked the Southern Ireland Government to cut down the NI Council’s power, however these request were UN fruitful, as result of all these factors the Executive council resigned and this came as the End of this Agreement. Northern Ireland and Israeli-Palestine conflict In both of these conflicts, the Northern Ireland and Israeli-Palestine conflict. The core principles of these conflicts are intertwined such religious, identity and Political. While it’s more accurate to assume that Israeli-Palestine is more about their identity and fight for their survival. While in Northern Ireland both groups are Christine, regardless of their geographical, religious differences their objective remain the same as Israeli-Palestine that is the fight for survival for Catholic and the Protestant in Northern Ireland. Many Irish in NI feels they can relate themselves to Palestine because of a direct result of British foreign policy decision making and their continuation of support to the both, the Protestant in Northern Ireland and to the Israel. Many scholars have illustrated that the reason for the stared of “Troubles” in Northern Ireland was a direct reaction to modification in Political system in NI. In other word, the political changes that brought about by the DUP and more importantly by the British Government policies, only intensify the violence between the Catholic and Protestant, many Catholic felt they were been treated unfairly by the socioeconomic and Political system as whole. It thought by many that the NI issue is religious conflicts, because the two grou>GET ANSWER