Answer: This cartoon of Jackson was released when he vetoed an attempt by Congress to renew the charter for the Second Bank of the United States in 1832. The bank provided economic services to wealthy, upper-class Americans. Jackson felt that the bank created social inequality in the country. The illustration of him dressed as a king holding a veto implies that he considers himself to be above congress in power .
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Hello, it seems the question is incomplete but I will state the meaning of the cartoon below.
The illustration of Andrew Jackson as a King holding a veto implies that he controlled the entire nation and abused his privilege as a president.
The cartoon, <em>King Andrew The First</em>, was created by an anonymous person in 1832 and it depicted President Andrew Jackson as an authoritative monarch who issued commands. Congress and the Senate approved the formation of the second Bank of the United States under the leadership of Nicholas Biddle in 1816. A charter was given them for 20 years but the President was against the renewal of this charter. Jackson was against this as he believed that the bank had too much powers and the money belonged to a few rich people of whom the majority were not even Americans. He believed that the bank should benefit the poor.
So, even though the legislative arms had approved the formation of the bank, he used his veto powers to reject the formation of this bank and this move drew a lot of criticisms to him. The cartoon was one of those for it depicted him as an authoritarian.
There are many theories of emotions, but according to James Lang, and Carl Lange , the experience of emotion is based on the physiological aspects. They consider the emotions stem from the changes in the body like the heart rate raising or lowering, the shacking of hands.
The interpretation of the internal changes in the body account for the actual emotion. Being aware of this emotion will accompany an interpretation of that internal state.
-Cannon & bard theory
Contrary to the first theory, for Cannon and Bard, argue that many emotions share the same internal changes in the body, and not necessarily express as the same emotion.
For they the stimulus causes an internal change and the stimulus or event ocurrs, simultaneously as the emotion arises.
They see the subjective events as independent from the physiological events and identifies that the thalamus is responsible for being the seat of all emotions.
I believe the correct answer from the choices listed above is the second option. Based on the OSHACT, it is <span>choosing to miss a required safety training session that is not an employee's right. Hope this answers the question. Have a nice day. </span>