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The Progressive Movement--responses to the Challenges Brought About by Industrialization, Urbanization, and Immigration: The Rise of American Power
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Ethical Development in a Global EnvironmentEthical Development in a Global Environment
Though the two countries with such differences in history and culture currently have a friendship and basic trust in each other, their relationship in the first half of the 20th century was far from stable
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Creating an EmpireCreating an Empire
Overall main idea: Between 1867 and 1917 the United States expanded overseas through imperialism, resulting in territorial acquisition, political and economic control, and resentment of East Asia and Latin America
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Japan\Japan's part in the outbreak of world war h it took Japan less than half a century to rise to power and become a major world player
I am going to argue that Japan's policies were shaped more by fear and a feeling of weakness, than by a confidence in its own military strength and its racial superiority, which has been the more accepted view among historians
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Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party IntroductionNine Commentaries on the Communist Party Introduction
More than a decade after the fall of the former Soviet Union and Eastern European communist regimes, the international communist movement has been spurned worldwide. The demise of the Chinese Communist Party (ccp) is only a matter of time
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Authors: Aruga, TadashiAuthors: Aruga, Tadashi
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Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)Asian and Pacific Islander Americans (apia)
Americans, Japanese Americans, Korean Americans, and Vietnamese Americans. Large numbers of people from India, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia have also immigrated to the United States
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Outline Chapter 26: The New Power Balance, 1850–1900Outline Chapter 26: The New Power Balance, 1850–1900
By 1850, the first railroads had proved so successful that every industrializing country began to build railroad lines. Railroad building in Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Russia, Japan
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Long Term Causes of World War ILong Term Causes of World War I
Before ww I the Great Powers of Europe negotiated a system of alliances, just as you have done. This system of alliances helped provoke ww I
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Ap european History Chapter 22: The Age of Nation StatesAp european History Chapter 22: The Age of Nation States
Although conservatism was deeply entrenched across the Continent by 1850, many of the liberal and nationalists goals of the early nineteenth-century had been achieved
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Russia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for RevolutionRussia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for Revolution
Alan Wood argues that the real significance of 1905 lies not so much in what was achieved as in the portents provided for the achievements of the future
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Mr. Cowherd Modern World History, Period 2 26 February 2013Mr. Cowherd Modern World History, Period 2 26 February 2013
However, in November 1917, two men emerged to lead a revolution that would change Russia forever. Widespread discontent, disorganization within the provisional government
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Oakdale High School Advanced Placement U. S. History Mr. Simoncini Chapter 22, Section 1 (592-601) Note: All page references are based on the 12th edition of the Brinkley textOakdale High School Advanced Placement U. S. History Mr. Simoncini Chapter 22, Section 1 (592-601) Note: All page references are based on the 12th edition of the Brinkley text
To what factors does Brinkley attribute the significant popularity of Theodore Roosevelt as President of the United States?
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Lecture Twenty-Eight China and Japan—19th-Century Pressures ScopeLecture Twenty-Eight China and Japan—19th-Century Pressures Scope
Westernizing. China long resisted pressures to reform, yielding only incompletely after 1900 when, to many observers, it already seemed too late
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Chapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline Summary
Travels to the United States and Europe convinced him that copying Western educational models would help Japan. He believed Confucianism impeded the advance of science and mathematics
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