WCH_Ind_Rev_Imperialism_Study_Guide

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8)  What was the consequence of increased industrial production? 9)  What were markers of the First Industrial Revolution? 10) What were markers of the Second Industrial Revolution? 11) Why were railroads important in the 1800’s? 12) Who was Adam Smith? What book did write?  What was it’s main idea? 13) Who were Marx and Engels? What did they write?  What was it’s main idea? 14) Who are bourgeoisie as defined by Marx and the new class system that emerged in the 1800’s? 15) Who are the proletariat as defined by Marx and the new class system that emerged in the 1800’s? Define:
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Division of Labor Mercantilism Capitalism Laissez-faire Socialism Communism Age of Imperialism: 1)  What are the 5 motives for Imperialism as we discussed in class?  Explain each.     Which is most important to the Industrial Revolution? 2) What is the message of Kipling’s poem, White Man’s Burden? 3) What were the tools of imperialism?   4)  Describe the Scramble for Africa?  What is the outcome?  Which countries maintained their independence? 5) What was the Berlin Conference of 1884?  What was the outcome? 6) What was life like in the Belgian Congo under the rule of King Leopold II? 7) Who controlled Singapore? 8) How did the French rule Vietnam/Indochina? 9) Why was Thailand (Siam) able to keep its independence? 10)  Why did the Philippines fight against Spain and the US? 11)  Why did the US make the Philippines a US colony? 12)  How did the British take over Burma (Myanmar)? Define: Social Darwinism Direct Rule Indirect Rule REVIEW your maps of South East Asia and Africa.
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