26March08 - Mass Politics and Imperial Domination Lecture...

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Mass Politics and Imperial Domination Lecture Reading – Sherman, Chapter 20, all I) Mass Politics. How to incorporate new working classes in order to prevent revolts like the Paris Commune? II) Reformist Solutions III) Electoral Reform: Allow More Voters IV)Education: Provide More Schooling V) Organization: Unionize Workers VI)Party Politics VII) Demands for Suffrage Divide Society A) Other political groups included B) Women excluded, Feminism takes a public turn C) The New Imperialism (Characteristics) A) Not trader-based B) Direct rule C) Central part of European nation-building D) Imperialism and Mass Culture (General Appeal) E) Glory of the nation-state F) Benefits of “civilization” G) Mass appeal makes imperialism more dangerous than ever VIII) General Demand for Colonies (Changing Demand) A) Early on, Bismarck didn’t want colonies B) By 1885, Bismarck organized the Berlin Conference. C) Controlling colonies is not a luxury
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Popiel during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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