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  1. Review: AP World History Exam 1750-1914 Section

  2. Periodization • Revolutions • Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution • Industrialization • Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution • Imperialism • Continuities and Breaks • Need for raw materials (exploitations) • Coerced labor • Europe Dominating

  3. Changes is Global Commerce, Communication and Technology • PPMMMR Charts • Small local industries destroyed by imported manufactured goods (ex. India) • China and Japan forced open to trade • Truly global trade, world linked but dependent • Spreads from West to non-west (some specialization that will lead to industrialization like in Canada, Uruguay, South Africa) (profit returns to industrial nations) • Mohammed Ali but not George Forman or Mike Tyson • International division of labor

  4. Relation between Science and Industry • Cotton Flow Chart • Steam Engine leads to lower prices • Spinning jenny and flying shuttle lead to textile factories

  5. Commonalities • Industrialization begins with textiles • Need for Steam and Iron • Railroads and Canals needed (specifically the Suez Canal)

  6. Demographic and Environmental Changes • Imperialistic Settlers • Jews out of Europe • Indentured Servants to America, Ceylon, Malaya

  7. Slave Trade • Industrialization hinders the end of Slavery • Atlantic Slave trade ends • Denmark 1792 • US 1807 (continue shipping but not to US) • Britain 1808 • Brazil 1830 (smuggles until 1850)

  8. Demographic Changes • Demographic Transition: Shifting patterns • Mortality rate falls faster than birth rate so there is a population increase • Demographic stability is achieved when birth rate also slows • Voluntary birth control • No major outbreaks of disease • By 1900 75% of population live in cities

  9. Agricultural Revolution: New crops like peanuts (China and Africa) increase population • Cash crops cause famine

  10. Social and Gender Structure • Urbanization • Commercial Developments: Monopoly, Cartel, and Trust • Abolition: women and free blacks are the force behind abolition. Reasons for ending slavery were humanitarian and economic. William Wilberforce, Frederick Douglass • Brazil liberals want to end slavery on Enlightened ideals. Slavery ends for economic and democratic reasons. • Carribbean Islands have small slave population, so its ending is not violent socially

  11. Political Revolutions and Independence Movements • American Revolution • Causes: beneficial neglect….. • Documents: Articles of Confederation…. • Effects: women rights…… • French • Causes: social inequality…. • Documents: Declaration of Rights of Man…. • Effects: Napoleon…..

  12. Haiti: • Causes: homeland rule….. • Documents: Enlightened writters • Results: successful slave revolt • Latin America • Causes: Mercantilism….. • Documents: Constitution of Cortez…. • Results: few….

  13. Things to think about • Phases of Revolution • Leaders • Outside forces • Long-term effects • Who benefits • Popular Sovereignty

  14. Early 20th Century Revolutions • Mexico • Causes: neo-colonialism… • Stages: moderate, radical and counter-revolutionary… • Outcomes: Constitution of 1917….. • China • Causes: imperialism and Nationalism • Stages: (Moderate Stage only Here) • Outcomes: corrupt government

  15. Nationalism and Nation-States • Rise of Nationalism • Napoleon • Congress of Vienna • Greece • Germany • Itlay Development of a Nation State assignment. Define Nation, State and Nation-State. Nationalism Readings (2)

  16. Limitations • Women • Slaves • Indigenous populations • Racism • Imerialism • “Eventual Resolution of Problems”

  17. Rise of the West • Economic (industrialization, Mercantilism, Capitalism) • Political (democracy) • Social (growing middle class, mobility, westernization) • Expansion; imperialism and colonialism • Cultural and Artistic (Impressionism)

  18. Monet: Impressionism

  19. Two Tahitian Women with Mango Paul Gauguin The Moon and the Earth

  20. Reaction to the West • Russia (reform: Westernizes) • India (resist: Mugal to Sepoy) • Ottoman (reform: Young Turks) • China (resist: Taiping and Boxer) • Japan (reform: Meiji Restoration) • Imperialism causes Nationalism in subservient countries

  21. Diverse Interpretations Modernization is positive, it’s better for everyone so don’t resist. Accept science, accept enlightenment, accept industrialization, a free market. (Western Theory). Slave Emancipation Reasons: Fear Factor, Humanitarian Factor and Economic Factor. Women: should they have more rights because of their role in revolutions? Roles more defined. Settler colony more equality

  22. Major Comparisons and Snapshots • Compare Industrial Revolution in Western Europe and Japan • Comparative Revolutions (see previous) • Reaction to foreign domination in Ottoman, China, India and Japan (see previous) • Comparative Nationalism • Colonialism vs Neo-colonialism • Upper women vs working class women