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The umma The Quran Hijra SHaril’s Ulema Jihad Sunni Shiite Waves of Industrial Revolution 1 st wage 1750-1850 -Starts in England and spreads thru Europe -Light Industry 2 nd Wave: 1840-1914 -spreads to us -heavy industry New class conflict Urbanization Working condition Family wage economy New economic classes -bourgeoisie -proletarian Marxism( Marxist socialism) Communist Manifesto (1848) Progress of “modes of production” 1. Feudalism 2. Capitalism 3. Socialism 4. Communism Demanded revolution and class conflict to transition from one mode to the next Revolution of 1848 Class conflict France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Poland Marxists vs. Liberals Sweeping violent protests throughout 1848 Linked to Feminist movement European imperialism Producing for itself Searching for new markets and access to raw materials Fueled by secular nationalism Euro starts taking over global markets. . but in new ways The religion of Islam Established in 7 th c. Aliah revealed the world to Muhammad (570-632)
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course HIST 15 taught by Professor Patch during the Spring '08 term at UC Riverside.

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