Soc_Rom - Responding to the Industrial Revolution New Views...

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Responding to the Industrial Revolution New Views of Society, Culture, and the Economy in the 19th Century
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New Ideologies Socialism Utopian socialism Creation of new communities Elimination of social distinctions Reduction of wealth inequities Shared responsibility for burdensome labor
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New Ideologies Socialism Reformism Efforts to improve workers’ situation within existing society Enlightenment heritage Promotion of and participation in democratic institutions Major form of socialism in 19th century Popular and powerful movement in Europe and U.S. until early 20th century
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New Ideologies Socialism Revolutionary Socialism (Communism) Utopianism/Reformism will fail Seizure of political power by working class
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Karl Marx
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New Ideologies Karl Marx: Key Questions How did industrialization occur? How does an industrial economy operate?
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Karl Marx: Key Questions What is the significance of the conflict between workers and owners? How should the problems of industrial
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