see merit in a program that
aiions, albeit at the expense
* d by the fact that demand
>cb their foreign production,
itional companies a lesson,
s y have had the scale and
ai clout, and it was to them
ten responded. Sometimes
5. Senator Russell Long of
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The black nationalist who believed that U.S. bla cks should seek repatriation in Africa
Martin Luther King Jr.
"The year of Africa" was
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During the Battle of Okinawa
rebel against their Japanese
the Okinawans took the opportunity to r
the U.S. suffered a devastating defeat w hich almost cost them the entire war.
the U.S. introduce
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In Jos Ortega y Gasset's Revolt of the Masses he points out that
the masses were destined to destroy th e highest achievements of western
after the Russian Revolution it was inev itable that socialism
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By 1929 the price of a bushel of wheat was
unnaturally and dangerously high.
at its highest point in two hundred year s.
at its lowest level in four hundred years .
the same price as it had been a hundred ye
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Gavrilo Princip was a member of a secret Serbi an society k
known as the
The battle of Gallipoli was
the battle that resulted in the final defeat of
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The United States occupied Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines after its
World War I.
the Opium War.
the War of 1812.
the Spanish-American War.
The chief victim of late 19th century
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A defeat in the Crimean War stopped _ _ expansion.
The capitulations were agreements between th e western Europeans and the
Discuss the Modernization of Japan. What was the movement
alled? What was the specific goal? What were some of the
methods used to achieve this goal?
n the context of General Bernhardis essay Ge rmany and the
Next War the author seems to believe that war
Douglas W. Klepper
So down we lay again. I wonder
Will the world ever
The History of the World in Seven Parts
Each section will occupy three class periods. Test one will follow Part 4(Early October). There
will be a final after Part 7 (November).
The Modernization of Japan the case of C
The Great Illusion, 1910
Sir Norman Angell
I t hink i t w ill be admitted that there is not much chance o f misunderstanding the
general idea embodied in the passage q uoted at the end of the last chapter. Mr. H arrison is especially definite. At the risk
and the Next
General Friedrkh von Bernhardt
Prince Bismarck repeatedly declared before the German Reichstag that no one should
ever take upon himself the immense responsibility of i ntentionally b ringing about a
war. I t could not, he said, b
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