Chapter 13 study guide

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Nicholas Alley Professor Clarke HUMA 1301 C06 5-2-06 Chapter 13 study guide 1. Five innovations that came about due to industrialization are: the camera, the telephone, the telegraph, and electricity . 2. Colonialism -the acquiring of new land Imperialism -the authority to control new land “Manifest destiny” -the term used by North Americans used to describe and justify a policy of unlimited expansion into the American West, Mexico and elsewhere 3. Industrialization created wealth, but the wealth was concentrated in the hands of a small minority of the population. Most people still worked in bad conditions for small wages. 4. Marx and Friedrich Engles created a communism, in which wealth was distributed equally. 5. Dickens and Twain are prime examples for realist authors (authors who portray life like it really was). Dickens wrote about slums, orphanages, and boarding schools in London. Twain wrote about the American South just prior to the Civil War.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HUMM 1301 taught by Professor ??? during the Fall '05 term at Collin College.

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