Final Exam due Last Day of Class
Part 1 of 1 Question 1 of 4
PART I of IV
This is a long essay exam. You will write 4 essays each worth 25 points. Each essay
should be five paragraphs long. Each essay has a minimum word-count requ
Weeks 1 Ideologies and Political Structures
Pirie Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau and Smith pages 69-70, 75-76, 97-98 and 103-105. (You will need
to copy and paste this site into the address bar)
The Cold war was a worldwide conflict that proceeded on covering 40 years; 1946-1980.
In June 2000 the Fondazione Istituto Gramsci convened an international conference in Rome on
the nature, duration and interpretation of the Cold War entitled Forty Yea
-Explain Europes impact on the Americas.
As Europeans came in greater numbers to settle the land in the Americas, their presence had a
tremendous effect on the native people who were living there. Native people lived in America to
provide for the European
What issues did Martin Luther have with the Catholic Church?
Martin Luther was a very influential man. He is responsible for the creation of the protestant
faith. As a very religious person he struggled with his faith and the wishes of his father to becom
How were Vietnam and Korea influenced by Chinese rule?
China was a very influential force in the ancient world. From 200 B.C.E - 800.C.E it was the most
powerful one in eastern Asia. Being in direct proximity to Vietnam and Korea it is no wonder the count
What was exchanged between hemispheres during the Columbian Exchange?
The Columbian Exchange is most often referred to as the exchange of plants, animals and
diseases between the New world and the Old (McKay et al. 478). There were many reasons for such
American Public University
February 22, 2015
Describe and trace the invention and diffusion of one important philosophy or
religion studied through week 3 of this class. How and why do you believe this p
One of the more interesting but little-known aspects leading up to the first Crusade was a
Crusade associated with Peter the Hermit. Can you research and discuss with the class more on his
campaign and how it ended?
The first Crusade, also known as the pe
Can you compare the use of pyramids in religious observance by the Olmecs and Mayans to
how the Egyptians used pyramids?
Contrasting the religious uses in pyramids between the Mayans and Olmecs versus the Egyptians
had many similarities and differences. B
Explain the Enlightenment worldview and how it impacted society and human relations
The Enlightenments emphasis on a rational understanding of the human condition
marked a fundamental break with the previous worldview of the Middle Ages which preceded i
Explain the Development of the Atlantic Slave Trade from 1650 Onward
Although slavery had existed throughout human history, the Atlantic slave trade
possessed certain unique qualities which gave rise to an equally unique and economically
Evaluate the Causes of World War II
World War II was generated by a combination of worldwide economic distress,
nationalism, and ineffective attempts to stem the tide of fascism. The unsatisfactory solution of
the Versailles Treaty laid the groundwork f
Western Civilization since 1650
Professor Caroline Rerucha
During the Industrial Revolution, during the 18th and 19th century, farming, rural
civilizations within the United States and Europe became manufacturing orientated and
inner city. Be
The Declaration of
HIST 112- World Civilization Since 1650
Prof. Jodie Cummings
December 20, 2015
I chose to write my Declaration on the United States of
America. America is a great Country that has
Answer one question from this section:
1) Based on Lockes ideology and based on your knowledge of the Declaration of Independence,
how much influence does Locke have on Jeffersons writing? Explain and give Examples.
2) Discuss the term absolutism. What ty
HIST112 World Civilization Since 1650
August 22nd , 2015
Oh Canada, Oh Canada! Canada borders Ohio,
Maine, New Hampshire, New York,
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin,
Why did the French Revolution radicalize as it progressed?
In contrast to the American Revolution, the French Revolution was fundamentally a
class-based revolution. While the English had an established parliamentary system which the
American colonists c
Our book mentions the Emperor Wu, who was important because of his military
campaigns. Can you expand past what the book says concerning why this Emperor is so
important to Chinese history in this era?
Emperor Wu or Liu Che (r. 141-87 B.C) was the seventh