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This leaser in 1792 consolidated his rule over all of the hawaiian islands and formed them into one nation
This group in what is today Ghana was successful at fending off European conquest by aggressively organizing local chiefdoms into a complex and united army
The last hawaiian monarch Queen Lili wrote her letter the U.S. congress accusing the American business forces of attempting to assume control over her country by nothing more than..
"Right of Conquest"
The argument for African self-rule notes that the drawback of British rule left local chiefs unable to defend themselves against their aggressive neighbors who were called what?
Despite rising from the ranks of the military during the French Revolution and espousing the virtues of democracy this general had the pope crown him emperor of France in 1803. Who was he?
The majority of all slaves traded between 1500 and 1700 (nearly 4 million) went to this country
In the Hawaiian constitution of 1864, the king dissolved the earlier constitution as well as this office which was much like a Prime Minister
The first European people to begin trading for African slaves, in 1441, were...
Napoleon in an effort to cut Britain out of the global economy established the European economic model
The Continental System
Many North America former slaves after being freed subsequently returned to the African Gold Coast to establish the Freedmen's state of Liberia. What was the name of the group that organized and funded this venture?
The American Colonization Society
Akin to the Penninsularies in Latin America this group comprised of South African born people of European heredity
Usman dan Fodio founded this kingdom from Nigeria, which became one of the largest and most powerful in africa. It was dedicated to the spread of a strict form of Islam , and reforms in social, political and religious life. What was this kingdom called?
During the 1820s and 1830s, a number of stronger tribes in Southern Africa led by Prominent leaders, chiefly Shaka Zulu, began a bloody and widespread struggle for dominance and centralization. This period was called what?
The conservative elite in Prussia, which supported the crown and opposed liberal reforms of democracy was called what?
Large corporate combinations forming monopolies supported and influenced by the state in Prussia were called what?
The first attempt by Japanese revolutionaries in the 1870s to institute democratic reforms, was led by this group
The Society of Patriots
What party authored document 6
What does Okubo Toshimichi propose for japan in his 1874 letter
What does Fredrick Engels regard as the essential character of capitalism?
What does Gandhi ultimately in favor of though he qualifies it greatly in his letter
When Olive Schreiner writes about Woman's Labour Problem what is she supporting?
Increased benefits for factory women
The political and economic revolutions of the late 18th and 19th century were led by an emergent class in europe which philosophers called?
The idea that obtaining and producing greater amounts of the world's goods and resources would lead to greater prosperity and happiness is called what?
This group those to prominence in the early 1700s in southern India and with British support began to challenge the Mughal Empire for control. What were they called?
In 1644, the Manchu took over China after the death of the last Ming emperor, who had asked the Manchu for help suppressing the peasant rebellion led by whom?
This movement, which literally translates to "practical learning", was Korea's answer to the enlightened science and philosophy of Europe in the same period. What was it called?
This Japanese philosophy or "way of the warrior" exalted the chivalry of the samurai, and laid out the ideals for morality combat and literacy and conduct. What was is called?
This edict presumed the fulfillment of America's "manifest destiny," and banned European powers from further colonization efforts in North America. What was it called
The Monroe Doctrine
This movement aligned the Samurai with the Japanese working class overthrew the Tokugawa Shogunate, and returned power over the whole Japan to the emperor
The Tokugawa Shogunate put in place a system which required the Samurai to continually spend one year in their own home followed by a year in the capital was called what?
Alternate Attendance Program
Pope Alexander VI, in order to avoid war between Spain and Portugal over colonial holdings in the New world and Africa, the Pope in 1494 demarcated the globe giving each a portion to freely explore. What was this called
Treaty of Tordesillas
This war was the colonial extension of the Seven Years War, and predicated the revolutionary movement in english colonies. What was it called?
The French and Indian War
This Haitian leader led a revolution against Napoleonic France in 1801, and became the first African-descended leader of a republic. What was his name?
This Venezuelan Creole landowner became the leader of the northern half of South America in its insurrection against Spain eventually becoming the ruler of Venezuela Ecuador Columbia Peru and Bolivia
This group, in 1789, led by Alexander Hamilton, proposed a constitution that supported a strong central federal government, standing militia, and national bank
This battle was another outgrowth of the Seven Years War and gave the British control of first the province of Bengal and eventually all of India
Battle of Plassey
What is the subject of chapter 11?
What religion does Qasim Amin say grants the greatest rights to women
The Huda Shaarawi said this party in Egypt which was leading the resistance movement against the British, failed because of its disregard to women
Hiratsuka Raicho writes about the need for political education and involvement if women are to be ryosai keno which means...
Good wife and mother
This reevaluation of the methods by which politics plays out on a practical level associated with the writer Machiavelli, can be seen as "politics without symbolism" what is the term for this?
This leading magazine for women was published in Brazil in the early 20th century and helped to spread the women's suffrage movement throughout Latin America
Following the defeat of Napoleon in 1815, European leaders met to redraw boundaries and ensure that the balance of power enabled all countries in Europe to avoid both war with each other and internal revolution. What was this meeting called?
Congress of Vienna
The negotiations held during the Congress of Vienna were led by Austria's chancellor...
The revolutions of 1848 which came from the lack of grassroots reforms during the Congress of Vienna resulted in the restoration of this French leader
The Crimean War saw for the first time a partnership between some European powers and the Ottoman Empire. Whom did they oppose?
The unification of Italy came about through the rise of the Sardinian Kingdom and popular resistance against Napoleon III's France. The popular resistance was led by a group known as the "Red Shirts." Who was the leader of this group?
King Victor Immanuel II relied on this statesman to negotiate with France and other European powers to help support Italian Unification
The unification of Germany depended upon the creation of a two part congress. What were the two houses called?
Reichstag and Bundesrat
This department store pioneer is lauded as the first to harness the power of mass advertising to appeal to the middle classes and bring them into his stores
This statesman was the Chancellor Germany during and after its attempts to unify. In 1871, under emperor Wilhelm I, the country was united to become the First German Empire (First Reich). Who was the chancellor that oversaw that unification, and facilitated it by pitting countries against one another whom had opposed unification in order to weaken and distract them from internal German politics?
Otto von Bismark
In an effort to solidify support for the newly united Italy, its king attempted to regain a colonial empire by attacking which nation?
The population demographic shift is what your book points to as the cause of the decline of the department store
This era because of its focus upon commodities and its reliance on urban labor your book says combined with a new class consciousness and some demographic shifts to produce the "middle class"
The Vatican stood in the way of Italian Unification until the government would guarantee its sovereignty. What were the agreements that did so?
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