" In Meyer v. Nebraska, 262 U.S. 390 (1923), and Bartels v. Iowa, 262 U.S. 404 (1923) =, this Court, in opinions by Mr.Justice R
eynolds, held that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth amendment prevents States from forbidding the teaching of a foreign language to young students. Statutes to this effect, the Court held, unconstitutionally interfere with the liberty of teacher, student, and parent." What is the reasoning in this argument?
The author shows that Harry West is determined to continue as a street seller by emphasizing that even after the Hackney council ceased to renew temporary licenses, West continues to sell the second-hand goods as a street seller.
"End of the road for London's traditional street markets? Meet the last stallholder in Hackney's 'Waste'" is an article written by Georginia Jarvis. The article talks about the last street-seller on Kingsland Road, East London.
Harry West is a 72-year-old man who is selling second-hand goods on Kingsland Road in east London for forty years. After the Hackney council ceased to renew the temporary license, many street sellers left but Harry West. He is determined to continue working as a street seller.
<em>"West is the only stallholder left on this once-buzzing strip, after Hackney council ceased the renewal of temporary licences – an act that has all but closed the market. It seems however that they did not bank on the staying power of 72-year-old West."</em>
This question is based on chapter 1 of the book, <em>"The Lost Child'' </em>about a boy who went to a festival with his parents and kept getting distracted by the many sights and goods on offer in the festival till he eventually lost his parents and began to cry for them.
The festival they had gone for was the Festival of Spring to celebrate the advent of spring and the beautiful vegetation that came with it.