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Unformatted text preview: INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (1885) Mumbai 72 men plan to address blockage from high positions 4 resolutions o 1-3 call for equal representation o 4 call for exam to be in both India and England Gandhi is president of Congress in 1924 o Non-cooperation movement o Non-violence o Law degree from England o Mass civil disobedience o Economic self-determination o National identity--connect Muslims and Hindus VICTORIAN BRITAIN 1837-1897--images showing change in Britain VICTORIAN VALUES Empire Science Hard Work Progress Stability Material Prosperity Christian Morality Social Reform SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (1860-1900) Electricity Chemicals Steel Petroleum LIGHT BULB (1879) Thomas Edison--long lasting light bulb Davey invents the first light bulb TELEPHONE (1876) Alexander Graham Bell Connected the world STEEL Originated in Kentucky Lighter, malleable, strong Machines, buildings, railroads CHEMISTRY AND MEDICINE Find solutions to modern problems Vulcanization of rubber--condoms and diaphragm FLYING MACHINE Wright Brothers Kitty Hawk, NC--1903 AUTOMOBILE Henry Ford--Model T--1916 CHILD LABOR LEGISLATION Factory Act--1833 Mines Act--1842 EDUCATION Education Act--1870--first national system of schools in Britain Education segregated by gender: male--reading, writing, math, history---female-- no science, less math, domestic skills LONDON POPULATION GROWTH 1850--2.7 million 1900--6.6 million HEALTH Public Health Act--1875--sewer system HOUSING Housing Act--1890--in response to urban overcrowding Inspections to make sure houses were up to standards State builds houses for working class FRIEDRICH ENGELS-- German--vision of social change, communist manifesto KARL MARX-- German--vision of social change, communist manifesto COMMUNIST MANEFESTO (1848) 1. class struggle 2. state governments defend interests of industrial class and allies 3. solution = class struggle a. change via conflict 4. outcomes = classless society, progress and greater health for all REFORMS IN THE REALM OF WORK (1860-1900)...
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