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Unit 9: Revolutions of Industrialization 1750-1914
Terms in this set (25)
Term Karl Marx used to describe the owners of industrial capital.
British Royal Society
Association of scientists established in England.
Caste War of Yucatán
Long revolutionary struggle.
A military strongman who seized control of a government in Latin America.
Major international conflict.
Term used to describe Latin America's economic growth.
The elected representative assembly created in Russia.
Indian cotton textiles
Well-made and inexpensive cotton textiles from India.
British working-class political party.
Latin American export boom
Large-scale increase in Latin American exports.
Pen name of Russian Bolshevik Vladimir Ulyanov.
lower middle class
Social stratum that developed in Britain.
The most influential proponent in socialism.
Long and Bloody war.
Belief system typical of the middle class.
The first affordable automobile on the mass market.
Socialist thinker and wealthy mill owner.
Peter the Great
Tsar of Russia.
Late-nineteenth-century political American movement that denounced corporate interests of all kinds.
American political movement in 1900.
Term Karl, Marx used to describe the industrial working class.
Russian Revolution of 1905
Spontaneous rebellion in Russia after the country's defeat at the hands of Japan in 1905.
socialism in the United States
Fairly modern political movement in the United States.
Mechanical device that allowed a hitherto unimagined increase in productivity and made the Industrial Revolution possible.
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