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Nov 2nd - 6th

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Nov 2nd - 6th History 105 Fry- Roots of Contemporary Issues

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Date Created: 11/06/15
Nov 2nd 6th Wednesday November 4 2015 1105 AM Background Adam Smith 17231790 Loved capitalism didn39t invent it Competition driven l inherent selfinterest and drive to trade helps maintain a cohesive society Speci to increased productivity and innovation and that the use of money as opposed trading more efficient Georg Simmel 18581918 Evolution of monetary payment systems as force to exchange piecework wage labor salary Saw a positive change Separated puin spheres Gave workers more freedom to enjoy leisure giving them more leisure 39 do better at work Max Weber18641920 Linked rise of capitalism to ideas specifically ideas and to Protestant Reformation Saw capitalism in a negative light because he though obsessed with working and making money that they could never enjoy Karl Marx 18181883 Argued that capitalism created alienation from the prodl another and themselves and their creative tendencies Capitalism would ultimat Working class would rise against the capitalist class Would do away with private means of production Run by and for the people aftera brief period of proletariz Would happen in the most highly industrialized nations of Western Europe Rus Imperialism Expansion of colonial powers Demands of Industrial Revolution Most of the interest in Asia and Africa Primary interest to enhance wealth and p interest to install western values and institutions This led to decrease in traditional society increase in westernization and increasr By 1900 almost all societies in Asia and Africa under colonial rule Ottoman Empi close to collapse 1875 11 of Africa was colonized By 1902 90 is conquered Continued Competition to build empire was biggest drive Social Darwinism turned into the burden Tried to set up a full economic system with middle class but middle class was not population but immigrants Britain brought order and stability to India but only British and small elite of Indi Brahmo Samaj Societ of Brahma Tried to keep Hindu cultural intact A AImAAnAn IImmnun IAmAlIAAIAnI 3y people39s alization is a key to barter make depersonalize c and private time so they can beliefs connected It people became JCtS process one er destroy itself ownership of the an dictatorship sia was the first ower Secondary e ofnationalism re and China very White man39s na ve ia did well l IUL Ul pEdSCIHL UPHSIHBS SLdl39LEU very EXPEHSIVE lUl39 Dl39lLdlll Sepoy mutiny 1857 The officers were from Britain and soldiers were from India ammunition because it was covered in pork or beef grease They just changed hc the packages so they thought it was vegetable oil SpanishAmerican War 1898 Cuba became a protectorate we seized Puerto Ricc against Spanish they were winning but they couldn39t because they don39t have a r for help we are unsure if we want to help We send USS Main to Cuba One nigh we blame Spain We then declare war on Spain The coal bin ignited and set off ammunition We defeated Spain The Cuban Rebels thanked us and asked for us up a government but we kept them instead as a protectorate Philippines taken from Spain Three years and 60000 troops to conquerthe Phili Philippines wrap up war Ask to help set up democratic republic But we kept the started war on us We won war 1890s US conquers Samoan Island Hawaii and Guam Mexican Revolution 19101920 Poncho Via US supported but eventually we decided we didn39t like him anymore his army on the west side US went to help other side and attacked him from be to attack little town amp killed 25 guys He lost in a big way I Couldn39t use the w they stamped Cubarebemng 1avyThey ask US t it blows up and all the to help them set ppines US helps em and they a He campaigned hind He decided


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