The Age of AnxietyThe Age of Anxiety
Under the Allies’ naval blockade and threat to extend military occupation from the Rhineland had Germany’s new government signed the Treaty of Versailles in 1919
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Name: Chapter 21 Test DateName: Chapter 21 Test Date
Write the letter of the word or phrase that best matches the definition or example provided. Some terms may be used more than once; others may not be used at all
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Industrial Revolution MatchingIndustrial Revolution Matching
While the engine runs, people must work—men, women, and children are yoked together with iron and steam. The animal machine is chained fast to the iron machine, which knows no suffering and weariness.”
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Keep Calm and Put the Kettle OnKeep Calm and Put the Kettle On
An Analysis of the Impact of Tea on British Culture during the Industrial Revolution
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Models of the Welfare State Formation in the Global ContextModels of the Welfare State Formation in the Global Context
Determinants of East Central European Welfare Systems: a comparative Perspective, 1945-2000
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Political Ideologies Outline Ideology and politicsPolitical Ideologies Outline Ideology and politics
It is dedicated to the principles that have historically sustained the Party: individual
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Women and the Industrial RevolutionWomen and the Industrial Revolution
While women may have had little to do with creating the Industrial Revolution, they were indeed greatly affected by it and some women even played a role in effecting its subsequent course of development
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Condition of the Working Class in EnglandCondition of the Working Class in England
Because of the Industrial Revolution’s economic success, Europe was able to set standards for economic leadership and prosperity
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Friedrich Engels: The Conditions of the Working Class in England in 1844Friedrich Engels: The Conditions of the Working Class in England in 1844
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The Effects of the Industrial RevolutionThe Effects of the Industrial Revolution
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Chapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social ChangeChapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social Change
The potential was tremendous; for the first time, human beings had the ability to produce far more than was needed to sustain a large percentage of the population. Whether that potential would be realized, and at what cost
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Chapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) OutlineChapter 21-Economic Advance and Social Unrest (1830-1850) Outline
The second quarter of the nineteenth-century was not the triumph of industrialism, however, but rather the final protests of those economic groups who opposed it
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Brooklyn n, L seattle, wa 9B105 t206 632-5S70Brooklyn n, L seattle, wa 9B105 t206 632-5S70
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Chapter 19 toward an urban society, 1877–1900Chapter 19 toward an urban society, 1877–1900
Cross of Gold speech, made the remarkable claim that all the nation’s cities could burn down without fundamentally hurting American society
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The Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese Communists: a history of their relations as told in the Soviet archives Dmitry MosyakovThe Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese Communists: a history of their relations as told in the Soviet archives Dmitry Mosyakov
Phnom Penh and say what people want to hear, are not to be trusted either. All this supports the assumption that analysis of relations between Hanoi and the Khmer Rouge is not only a historical problem
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