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    the two groups were at odds in their political, economic, and social thinking. Analyze what transpired to divide the groups and describe the consequences for French politics. 13. '95: Discuss the ways in which European Jews were affected by and responded to liberalism, nationalism, and anti...
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  • History IA
    outdated monarchy, the investigation evaluates the governmental structure and the changing cultural, political and social mindset of the Third Estate, prior to and during the French Revolution. Journals and secondary sources are primarily used to evaluate the issues surrounding the monarchy and the...
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  • Notes
    not embraced into society iii. Racism – both social and institutional continued 2. Breaks a. French Revolution b. End of Japanese isolation and rapid modernization in Japan 3. What makes the “modern age” a. Politics i. Trend away from monarchy toward greater political representation ii. Form...
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  • Ap Description
    degree the colonists were experiencing freedom prior to 1763. The period immediately preceding the American Revolution will be examined to ascertain the political, social and economic implication of the events of the period. In particular, students will be able to: 1. Identify and...
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    . People learned to be both scientist and Christian ii. Slavery outlawed, but former slaves not embraced into society iii. Racism – both social and institutional continued 2. Breaks a. French Revolution b. End of Japanese isolation and rapid modernization in Japan 3. What makes the “modern age” a...
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  • World History Reformation
    § Notion of equality is applied to politics and society § Political challenges - peasants and nobles - over work taxes and wages b) 1524-25 § Social revolution on a small scale in Germany peasants rise up and attack nobles. § Nobles react with violence. c) Social / religious...
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  • Apwh Look over
    . DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. How have geographical features influenced the political, social, and cultural development of India? 2. What factors made it possible for the Mauryan and Gupta empires to unite substantial parts of the subcontinent? 3. What do the textbook authors mean by...
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  • Round 5
    -determined salaries. - Impact of second industrial revolution on production The “second industrial revolution” led to new methods in the production of steel, chemicals, electricity and precision machinery during the second half of the nineteenth century. B. Capitalism vs. Marxism: Compare and...
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  • Shadows over the Pacific
    an epochal event or a merely a momentary fascination.   8. Have students explore the political, diplomatic, economic, and cultural relations between the United States and Japan and the United States and China from c. 1850 to 1914. Was one of the two Asian nations “closer” to the United States than the other, and if so, why? What were the “problem” issues for the relationships then? Are there similar issues today?...
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  • Modern History
    upheavals of the Napoleonic Wars and their impact on thought and thinking, from concepts from nationalism to organizing armies.[30][31][32] The early period ended in a time of political and economic change as a result of mechanization in society, the American Revolution, the first French Revolution...
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  • History Study Guide
    revolutions was weak, they failed to revolutionize China ○ 10/10 finally succeeded to overthrow the Qing Dynasty after many attempts ○ However, Sun knew he could not rule, so he passed the "throne"to Yuan Shikai ○ Political and social ideas were well accepted and helped to modernize society ○ 10...
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  • U.S. History Outline
    economy 1. created canals, turnpikes and steam powered boats B. Beginnings of industrialization and changes in social and class structures 1. goods were being mass produced C. Immigration and nativist reaction 1. irish and germans were mainly the new immigrants 2. irish were hated by most...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    : 600 TO 1450 A. Compare and contrast Japanese and Western European feudalism. (Note you might want to consider adding Zhou feudalism). B. Compare and contrast political and social institutions in Western and Eastern Europe. C. Analyze the roles and functions of cities in...
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  • The French Revolution
    or less its antithesis, they were able to turn from one philosopher of the Enlightenment, to an alternative competing or rival theorist from the same stable. The Political impact of the French Revolution was the coming up of the two new political ideologies, Nationalism and Socialism...
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    both the family and the larger social order? 4) What was the greatest single cultural transformation of the Gilded Age? Chapter 26 The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865-1896 Little Big Horn Sitting Bull Chief Joseph Geronimo Eugene V. Debs James B. Weaver William Hope...
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  • The World System and Colonialism-Lecture Notes
    property is . 4 6. The French empire (like the British empire) began to disintegrate following World War II. D. Colonialism and identity 1. Whole countries, along with social groups and divisions within them, were colonial inventions. 2. For example, many of the modern political boundaries in...
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  • Western Humanities
    French philosophe Pierre Beaumarchais (1732 – 1799) Impact of “the Scientific Revolution”? Specific individuals contribution and their themes and work. Scientific Revolution mainly applies to the areas of Astronomy and Physics, although great advances were also made in medical science, chemistry...
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  • A SELECTION OF PAST AP U.S. FREE RESPONSE QUESTIONS:
    . Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 Virginia/Kentucky Resolutions, 1798-1799 Hartford Convention, 1814-1815 Nullification Crisis, 1832-1833 (2003B) 27. Analyze the impact of the American Revolution on both slavery and the status of women in the period from 1775-1800. (2004) 28. To what extent...
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  • Apush Notes
    aspects of U.S. history: political/diplomatic, social/economic, cultural/ intellectual. It is not EASY! Prepare Well! Exploration, Discovery, and Settlement -Europe in the Sixteenth Century -Significant Events Leading to the Age of Exploration -The Crusades and Their Impact...
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  • Youth Movements of the 1960s
     had its share of  horrific, brutal events. The 1960s were marked by extreme changes in social norms and culture that shocked the elders of society,and served as a time for educational reform as well as social reform, and since that decade, the world’s school systems, cultural norms, and...
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