Diplomacy and Society.
The West had long been characterized
by political rivalries
, and during the 19th century
its nation-states system
, free from serious
challenge from other states
, became unstable. Western society was strained by an industrialization that increased the destructive capacity of warfare.
, more worried about social
protest among the masses
, tried to distract them by diplomatic successes.
Many among the masses
full of nationalistic pride
, applauded such actions. The idea of violence appealed to the West’s increasingly disciplined society.
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111 -> Chapter Summary The interwar period, the 1920s and 1930s, was influenced by the political and economic changes brought by World War I and the crises that ended with World War II. Important social and cultural developments occurred
111 -> Spanish-American Independence Struggles
111 -> I. Economic and Social Forces A. Society 1
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