Why was Andrew Johnson impeached? What was his political legacy? Use at least one primary source and at least one secondary source.
"Ordinary Use" raises numerous focuses that can be connected to society in general. The story contains numerous exercises to be learned in legacy, custom, and roots. Dee has a restricting sentiment to Mama and Maggie. Dee considers legacy to be something that will be shown and respected, however ought to be left previously. Her mom and Maggie see no mischief in proceeding to live the manner in which their precursors dependably have. They feel that by doing this current one's legacy is being regarded and appropriately kept up. So as to really acknowledge legacy it is significant that it is proceeded as a lifestyle, nonetheless, this does not imply that it can't change and individuals must be established before. It is exceptionally certain that Dee has proceeded onward from the straightforward lifestyle of her mom and sister, and in doing as such she has distanced herself from her family just as her underlying foundations. She, be that as it may, doesn't appear to see as despite everything she needs to show still-useful ancient rarities of her kin around her own home. This is confirm in the piece of the story where Dee sees the margarine agitate not for a stir, however for an object of embellishment: "'I can utilize the beat top as a focal point for the nook table,' she stated, sliding a plate over the stir, 'and I'll consider something creative to do with the dasher.'" (Walker 1535) As if this wasn't a sufficient impugned of her reasonable legacy, she again demonstrates this point amid the blanket fit of rage among her and her mom: "She can generally make some more," I said. "Maggie realizes how to knit." Dee (Wangero) took a gander at me with disdain. "You will just not get it. The fact of the matter is these blankets, these blankets!" "Well," I stated, baffled. "What might you do with them?" "Hang them," she said. As though that was the main thing you could do with blankets (Walker 1536). It is exceptionally evident that Dee has separated herself from quite a while ago and she has grasped an increasingly worldwide point of view. Be that as it may, this isn't really a terrible thing as individuals should be consistently developing to endure. Joe Sarinowski calls attention to the legitimacy behind Dee's side and compliments her on her development of thought. Despite the fact that Dee's contradicting perspective to her sister and mom cause her to appear as though she doesn't comprehend what they are used to, and why their lifestyle is so important to them, she esteems her legacy and typifies another advanced view. She advances another path for African Americans to adapt to their disparities from the remainder of America and the issues that they face and offers an approach to utilize their legacy in a glad, open manner that Mama and Maggie don't (275). The other outrageous of legacy safeguarding found in the story is Maggie and Mamas' view, that the reliable use and routine with regards to ones legacy as it generally has been will keep it in affability the best. In spite of the fact that the characters are living in the twentieth Century, Maggie and Mama appear to b>GET ANSWER