Chapter 4 Study Guide

Chapter 4 Study Guide - Chapter 4 Society and Environment...

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Society and Environment Key attributes: Size Northern Latitudes Lack of warm-water ports Russia, Central Asia and the Transcaucasus of the World Fur –Remains a prized commodity because it has utility as well as being luxurious. Coping with different ethnicity : Russia stressed cultural unification and homogenization because of sudden acquisition of different ethnicities The unpopular policy of “Russification” was often backed with military or poice action Groups that refused to follow were persecuted. Vladimir Lenin He reworked communism from original theories to include Russian traditions such as collectivism and authoritarianism. He called for the “dictatorship of the working class” and centralized government authority in the communist party. Very little of the original thing on the paper translated to workable solution in practice. He withdrew the Soviet Union from WWI in 1918 and assassinated
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GEOG 105 taught by Professor Couliballi during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Oshkosh.

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