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Marks2ch03 - CHAPTER 3 EMPIRES, STATES, AND THE NEW WORLD,...

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C HAPTER 3 E MPIRES , S TATES , AND THE N EW W ORLD , 1500–1775 This chapter covers the time period from 1500 to 1775 that ultimately proved to be pivotal in the course of world history. Three related processes—the “first globalization” that brought the entire world into a single trading system for the first time, the vitality of empires throughout the world, and the growth of a system of sovereign states in Europe—brought Europeans to a position of wealth and power broadly comparable with that of Asians. Key Terms/Vocabulary Aurangzeb Aztec empire bullion Charles V citizen Columbian exchange conquistadors cotton textiles divine right of kings dynamics of empire empire encomienda European state system first globalization Francisco Pizarro French Revolution of 1789 Great Dying Great Power wars Hernan Cortéz import duties Inca Lake Titicaca Manchus Manila mercantilism Mexica Moctezuma monarchy Mughal India Navigation Acts nomadic threat perdure Philip II political economy Potosí Qing dynasty repartimento Romanov dynasty Russia Safavid Iran Seven Years’ War silk silver slavery sovereign state Spanish empire state building process sugar plantations taxation Tenochtitlán trade triangles tributary states tribute trade system Turks (Turkish)
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