1. For a person living in an area affected by industrial
Professor Glenn Penny
History 16:003-Western Civ. III
Midterm Examination Study questions
Your midterm exam is on October 3 in the lecture hall (W10 PBB). It will last fifty minutes and
will consist of three parts: a long essay, a short essay, and several
Western Civilization II midterm essays study guide part 1
For a person living in an area affected by industrialization before 1860, what were the
two greatest benefits of the industrial revolution? What were the two greatest
disadvantages? On the whole
W. Civ III Final Essay Examples
As submitted to Clusterflunk by 5/15/14, 3:30pm
Not including: S1-3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or S2-1, 5, 6, 9
Part 1, #1 just an idea.
In what ways have political leaders influenced the course of history? Choos
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Declaration of Rights of Man 1789
Moderate Phase 1789-1792
Robespierre and the Jacobin Club
o Universal Male
19th Century Science
o John Dalton 1766-1844
o Medeleyev 1869
o Carl Linnaeus
o Eternal Standards
o Iowa City
o Variable Standards
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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The Russian Revolution
Alexander IIs Great Reforms (1860s)
o Emancipation of the Serfs (1861)
o More freedom of movement
Maintains authority over multi-ethnic empire
o Desire for revolts
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Democracy and the Labor Movement 1870-1914
German Unification 1870-71
o Otto Von Bismarck
Italian Unification 1870
European Balance of Power
Democracy: who gets to participate? Why?
o All men?
o Who is qualified
Christian (established churches)
Agricultural (Unearned Income)
o Feudal Dues
o State Power
Karl Marx and Marxism
o Representative Government
o Equality before the Law
o Religious Toleration
o Freedom of Speech & Press
o Market Economics
o Adam Smith 1723-1790
o David Ricardo 1772-1823
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Second Industrial Revolution 1870-1914
Depression of the 1840s
o Workshop of the World 1850-1870
o Iron Coal
Depression of the 1890s
Second Industrial Revolution
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The Treaty of Versailles and the Rise of Fascism
Breaking up Historical Periods
o Short Twentieth Century (1914-1991)
1914-1945 European Civil War
1945-1991 Cold War/Prosperity
o Inter-War Period (1918-1939)
1918-1925 Instability and Fa
Drake Equation: First person who was really interested in their being extraterrestrial life. He
tried finding a formula that would estimate the number of civilizations that exist in our society.
we are the
- Moderate Wing (Womens rights)
- Radical Wing (Womens liberaton)
The two wings at first did not respect each other but then in the 1970s merged into one mass
movement that drew in many other groups.
- Twilight of Liberalism: The Nixon Years
1974: Nixon was about to be impeached so he resigned.
Election of 1968: Richard Nixon re invents himself after losing to JFK in 1960.
He promised to restore unity.
1. Over the course of a month, an observer at any given location on Earth
sees the location of the Moon gradually move from West to East relative to
the fixed background stars. This is caused by
The motion of
- Creates a negative utopia of a world that we are becoming. Takes place in England in 1949. Or
Airstrip onein the novels reality.
- Big Brother is the leader in the party. may not exist, always says stuff like bi
Hypothesis: A testable idea, you come up with an idea for something, and
- James meredith: From Mississipi, served in Air force, first black to attend Universtiy of Mississippi.
- George Wallace defies federal orders to admit blacks to the Universtiy of Alabama.
- Southern Christan Leadership Co