I need help creating a thesis and an outline on The Trust Territories. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. They started the commotion fuelled by greed and disparity primarily because of the mismanaged resources that always landed on an ill-prepared group of people. .
. . . . . . . . . . . Before the advent of dependency in Micronesia, the concept of the family had drastically changed over the last decades. The social unit was characterized by nuclear families that lived together in a compound with harmonious relations. Hezel describes this community wherein Chuuk, for example, dwellings would be in a single cluster of land where extended family units live. In this area, there would be a fining, a cookhouse where the families would take turns in cooking the meal enough for every member of the nuclear family. The will also be an out that serves many purposes, such as a meetinghouse or a dormitory for unmarried men and a place for them to learn. Other islands would entail similar practices such as Chuuk, where most would be centrally matrilineal such as Marshalls and Pohnpei. This would take its turn and change when Western imposition found its way to them (Hezel, 2001, p.9-10).
. . . . . . . . . . . In 1991 after having been bona fide member of the United Nations when the Federated States of Micronesia had to elect their government officials in a legislature who will choose among themselves the person to represent them as president. The people were allowed to migrate to the United States of America, where approximately 2,000 flocked to Guam, Hawaii, and mainland United States, a great block settling in the two previously mentioned U.S. territories (Dunford and Ridgell, 1996, p. 90-91). The people found this mass migration necessary to provide for their underprivileged families by sending them remittances from foreign land instead of staying in a direly impoverished country. With many of its productive citizens abroad laboring on foreign land, Micronesia suffered continued economic immobility for a lack of significant monetary policy carried over from its years as a trust territory. The islands became excessively dependent on the United States’ annual budget, and they were not able to cultivate a sense of economic stability since aid regularly comes their way.