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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 peoples 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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