Liverpool as a Diasporic CityLiverpool as a Diasporic City
Russians, suspicious and sullen, … Finns and Poles, men of fierce and haughty natures, … Germans, quiet and inoffensive, brave and determined … the flaxen-haired Scandinavians, paragon of nature’s handiwork, erect and stately.’1
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Alienation through LegislationAlienation through Legislation
This drain on the colonial economy was only increased as new taxes and restrictions were placed upon the colonists. Parliament’s concerted effort to control the American economy for the good of England led to a whole series of legislative acts that deeply alienated
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Kipling, the ‘White Man’s Burden,’ and U. S. ImperialismKipling, the ‘White Man’s Burden,’ and U. S. Imperialism
Iran and Syria, “really be prepared to shoulder the white man’s burden across the Middle East?” The answer it gave was that this was “unlikely”—the U. S. commitment to empire did not go so far. What is significant, however
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Explain how the Ming Dynasty influenced world trade. The Ming Dynasty was the first and only Chinese dynasty interested in exploration and trade with the world
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Migrations, Unit 9 Chose one of the two questions posited belowMigrations, Unit 9 Chose one of the two questions posited below
What impact did Western (Europe and the United States) emigration and conquest have on the colonized peoples and their countries?
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John Bull and Jim Crow: Trans-Atlantic Conversations about Race, Empire, and Civilization, 1890-1910John Bull and Jim Crow: Trans-Atlantic Conversations about Race, Empire, and Civilization, 1890-1910
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