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Phrenologists 45 this person was a british anatomist

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Phrenologists 45 This person was a British anatomist in 1850 that said, “Race is everything, civilization depends on it.” Robert Knox 46 This event brought an end to slavery in the U.S. in 1865. Civil War 47 This was the name given to racial system that was established in South Africa.
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Apartheid 48 Those most directly affected by colonial racism were members of the Educated elite 49 This was a custom or practice in which a devoted Indian widow usually from the upper caste followed her husband in death by burning herself alive. Sati 50 In this society, up until 1819 the men and the women could not eat together. Hawaii 51 This person was a dissident in Egypt who refused to wear a veil in public and went on to establish the Egyptian Feminist Union which pushed for rights of Muslim women. Huda Shaarawi 52 It was believed that this could prove both secular opportunities and religious resources for dealing with societies in the process of rapid change. Christianity 53 This African leader was imprisoned for life because he drew so many people to his meeting and Belgium officials became frightened that they ordered the arrest. Simon Kimbangu 54 The heart of Peter the Great reforms for Russia. Military Technology 55 The Qing Dynasty in the 1860s and 1870s undertook some reforms because of the rebellions that had occurred and these reforms were known as Self-strengthening
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56 Japan was forcibly opened to Western penetration in the form of American naval expedition led by Commodore Matthew Perry 57 After the opening of Japan to what is referred to as “unequal treaties” they prompted a political upheaval in Japan known as Meiji Restoration 58 In 1907, this person was one of Meiji Japan’s leading political figures. Shigenobu Okuma
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