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World History Lecture Notes 11/5/07 I) What general factors were most significant in producing mass deaths from famine in India and China, from 1876-1902, and the growing gap between the west and the rest A) Marks B) Davis C) 1873 and capitalist crisis responses II) How did the responses of the powerful to the famines in China compare with those regarding the famine in India? A) Chinese state B) Local elites C) Foreigners III) How did the reactions of the most vulnerable in China compare with those in India? A) coping B) collective resistance C) expanded struggles D) self destructive Main Difference b/w China and India is that the Western powers were not just Britain, but France, Germany, Japan, and Russia. West is pushing from outside, getting footholds but never conquering or colonizing. In India, the British conquered completely- colonized General Factors: -> Marks is primarily concerned with the changing relations between Changing regions; China, India subcontinent. Late 18 th C the West begins to pull away from India and China India and China then become reduced to third world countries How does the West industrialize
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