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11/29/10 THE STUDENT MOVEMENTS AHK More narrative driven Students v. Government and Big Buisness characterize 1960’s April 19th Revolution & Normalization Treaty protest in the same chapter Atlas
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11/29/10 CHAEBOL v Workers AHK AHK focuses on defineing Working class = exploited Chaebol = business class celebrity
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11/29/10 Relationship to Outside World AHK Park’s “affinity” for japan Normalization is incendiary movement which leads to student protests ATLAS Park not included in this section’s
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11/29/10 Relationship to outside world AHK In general more through Exploration of us Aid and grants were benefit “Soft Power” influence Vietnam escalation
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11/29/10 Political Rule HK Syngman Rhee How he stole 1950s election Tried to steal 1960s ATAS Syngman Rhee-just wanted to increase his own power Talks a lot about political parties Rhee stated Liberalist
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Unformatted text preview: party • Stole election against Democrats • Goes onto detail about student marches in Seoul (March 18th, 19th ordinary citizens joined) • Mentions U.S. supporter of Rhee Government • Also mentions Rhee went to exile to Hawaii 11/29/10 ECONOMY HK • Park wanted economic takeoff • Five year plan • Hyundai ATLAS Just mentions Rhee benefited from U.S. aid because of Korean War (mostly clothes) 11/29/10 Korean Identity and character • Korean identitiy can be drawn from this section in the atlas, as it highlights the people’s resistance against the illegal elections held to further a dictatorship • The atlas does not necessarily touch upon Korean identity but the character of the Korean People can 11/29/10 Korean Identity and character The book mentions that at the time, “…the series of events was referred to as a revolution.” Koreans were revolutionaries. -Democracy...
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