Lec 11 - Lec. 10 Exporting Western Revolution: Haitian...

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Lec. 10 – Exporting Western Revolution: Haitian Revolution Haiti struggled for its rights and modernity even though the ideas were there. Study Guide Questions 1. (Comprehensive Question) How did the European nation-state become a model of modernization and a commodity of global export? What were some of the problems with this export? Did the Revolution bring progress to Haiti? Haitis was the only success slave nation. There are limitations that are put on certain nations that they don’t receive the equality. Haiti is French colony and Saint is the most important colony for France because of sugar. The colonies provided sugar. It is the most profitable sugar plantation in the world. The sugar involves intensive labor and demands many people. Slaves had shorter life span and European learned that they need more labor and best source came from Africa. 2. In the Code Noir: is an attempt to bring a type of equilibrium to improve the treatment of the slaves. This a document of ideals. We have a hierarchy of caste system and at the top,
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course MMW 667659 taught by Professor Keller-lapp during the Spring '10 term at UCSD.

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Lec 11 - Lec. 10 Exporting Western Revolution: Haitian...

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