the crusades presented them with an opportunity to explore places that few europeans had ever been to before. one way that the crusades led to european exploration was through the discovery of new markets, consumer goods, and resources.
for some african-americans involved in the non-violent civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s, there was a sense that the leadership of the movement was making too many compromises and giving away more than they were getting in return.
your unalienable rights are something that nobody can take away from you. when drafting the constitution, they used the philosopher john locke's quote. "life liberty and property." and turned it into, "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." today these are known as our unalienable rights. an example of one of our unalienable, that is used in court cases to argue against the death sentence, is the right to live.