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CH 8 Political Geo Sections: Week 1 Due Date Field Note: Independence is Better than Servitude 249-252 [pgs. are misnumbered in the book] (1)What is the capital city of Ghana? (2)What was so unique about the statue of Ghana’s first president Kwame Nkrumah? (3)What did the quotes on the statue say? (4)When did Ghana gain its independence? (5)Why didn’t decolonization eliminate political and economic problems for Africa? (6)What kind of political problems did each new state have to deal with? (7)What kind of economic problems did the new states encounter? (8)What ended up happening to Nkrumah in 1966? (9)After decades of European rule, what did the colonized countries want? (10)How did European colonialism organize the world? (11)How did European colonialism politically organize the colonies? How is Space Politically Organized into States and Nations? 252-264 (12)What is political geography? (13)What is a state? (14)Why are the political maps of the world so natural and accepted by everyone?
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