Guess the Test #12Guess the Test #12
Define each one so that you have enough information to distinguish one from the other!
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Chapter 17 Industrialization and Nationalism (1750-1910) Sec. 1 Latin American RevolutionsChapter 17 Industrialization and Nationalism (1750-1910) Sec. 1 Latin American Revolutions
Society in Spanish America was divided among peninsulares, creoles, and mestizos
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Italian and German Unification: Nationalism 1848-1880Italian and German Unification: Nationalism 1848-1880
Napoleonic age was the feeling of nationalism. The nations of Italy and Germany will use these sentiments to forge their own unification, not so much indepdence
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Unifying Italy Although the people of the Italian peninsula spoke the same language, they had not experienced political unity since Roman times. By the early 1800s, though, Italian patriots were determined to build a new united ItalyUnifying Italy Although the people of the Italian peninsula spoke the same language, they had not experienced political unity since Roman times. By the early 1800s, though, Italian patriots were determined to build a new united Italy
Roman times. By the early 1800s, though, Italian patriots were determined to build a new united Italy. As in Germany, unification was brought about by the efforts of a strong state and furthered by a shrewd
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Sister Anne Flanagan, fsp page The Church and 20Sister Anne Flanagan, fsp page The Church and 20
Catholic Church. But the spate of recent documents from the Pontifical Council for Social Communication are not the Church’s first attempt to deal with the phenomenon of mass electronic communication
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Unit 2 The Protestant Reformation and Wars of Religion ap european HistoryUnit 2 The Protestant Reformation and Wars of Religion ap european History
Conciliar Movement to reform the church and give a church council more power than the pope was rejected by several popes in the 15th and 16th century
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How did mercantilism operate as a push factor for some European states during the Age of Exploration?How did mercantilism operate as a push factor for some European states during the Age of Exploration?
Mercantilism pushed some states to find more profitable trade routes to the east
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