1westerneurope

1westerneurope - 8000 600 CE 600 1450 CE 1450-1750 CE 1750...

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8000 – 600 CE 600 – 1450 CE 1450-1750 CE 1750 – 1914 CE 1914 - Present Politics democracy (Greece), republic (Rome), Small feudal kingdoms Decentralization Holy Roman Empire, Franks, English Monarchies Emerging nationalism Emerging constitutional monarchies rivalries between nations strong Experiments with socialism, communism Swing between right and left wings Economy Trade within regions, sometimes trade through silk road Manorialism Self-sufficient Some Trade European exploration: start of mercantilism colonialism Columbian Exch. mercantilism really took off mass production of goods global trade Globally interconnected Capitalism Industrialized nations better Social Class/Gender Germanic tribes Serfdom Slaves, citizen, free women inferior Feudalism/ Chivalry Power by land owners Peasants tied to land Hierarchical system based on race and ethnocentrism women devalued Enlightment ideas gave women rise end of slave trade racism still exists Feminism Attempts to end racism
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