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Reading Guide: The Colonizer’s Model of the WorldJ.M. BlautChapter 3KEY TERMSCriss cross diffusionTechnological ideas jumped back and forth and would innovate on each idea. Inventions bounced around the globeFeudalismThe class structured agrarian societies of Africa and Asia as well as Europe. Class cased hierarchy, structured this way for the purpose of cultivating, a mode of production, agricultureMode of productionRefers to the varied ways that human beings collectively produce the means of subsistence in order to survive and enhance social beingProtocapitalism “Adolescent Capitalism” that existed before two transformations: Bourgeois Revolution and Industral RevolutionFurther led to growing Middle classes and trade routes across the Indian OceanMiddle classes did not have much political power yetSpatial Revolution The period during which this system grew most rapidly in scale and intensity the period
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