Ethiopia won its independence, while Vietnam remained under European control.
The character that said this quote was the father of Anne, Otto Frank. In his statement, I think he meant that “if we keep bickering and arguing, we are going to bring ourselves to destruction”, which basically means we are the true enemies to ourselves. In his statement I think he meant that if they keep fighting, they were only going to make the situation worse. In other words, they are the true enemies to themselves. I agree with this statement because if they were to fall apart from the inside, there would be lots more problems to deal with than just the Nazis. For example, everyone in the Secret Annex is trying to survive, and there is barely enough food to feed everyone. With someone trying to steal food, it only makes the situation worse with the fact that supply will run out quicker. Furthermore, with all the noise from arguing, they'll surely be found.
Scientists required proof before accepting theories as facts.They used more experiments.They relied more on observation.They relied more on clear evidence.
They relied more on observation.
Businesses were able to run without government interference, is the right answer.
Physiocracy is a theory of economics generated by a group of Enlightenment economists from France. According to them, the resources of nations were inferred only from the price of "land agriculture" or "land development" and that farming outputs should be high priced. Moreover, they believed that businesses can run even without the interference of the government.
The Greek civilization was one of the most advanced of its time, and it had many important things to leave to the world. Most of the things that the Greeks managed to invent, write, discovered, were preserved in the Roman literature, or rather the Latin literature. There was lot of Greek literature in Alexandria, where the biggest library in the world was located, but it was burned down, and most of the literature in it was destroyed. The Roman legacy was largely preserved though, and within the Latin literature there was lot of the Greek legacy translated into the language of the Romans, which later found its way to the people that started off the Renaissance at the end of the Middle Ages.