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World History, Week 9 notes

by: Loretta Hellmann

World History, Week 9 notes Hist 102-004

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Week 9 notes, these notes are key components of the midterm on Friday
Marko Dumancic
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Date Created: 04/04/16
Week 9 notes Monday, March 28, 2016 10:32 AM Second wave of Economic Colonialization  Modes of economic exploitation 1. Forced labor- natives were obligated to perform public works  Produce raw materials 2. Production of cash crops- investment in local production  Damages environment/ lack of diversity  Damages soil/ecosystem  Most profit goes to Europe  Mono-crop is bad for economy because if you can't produce this crop anymore for some reason, your economy tanks because that's all you made a profit from 3. Wage labor- (in European owned plantations, mines, etc.)  Migrant labor  Displaces local population, and destabilizes the place they're going to by taking away jobs from the local economy.  Messes with gender balance because mostly men will be migrant workers, sent somewhere else for work Domestic Factors  Huge population explosion  But didn’t expand territorially  Government didn’t grow with the population (not taxing efficiency, not building enough roads, schools, etc)  Agriculture and industry couldn’t keep up with population (not enough food)  They weren't industrializing o No industrial revolution o No factories o Massive unemployment  All this results in Taiping Uprising o Wanted: land redistribution o Gender equality  But segregation o Universal health care o Industrialization  Local govt. took care of the rebellion b/c Beijing couldn’t even take care of it b/c they're collapsing  Weakening of central govt. and strengthen of local govt.  Had to export a large majority of silver to pay for the opium External Pressures  First Opium war o Demonstrated central govt. couldn't control trade o Mass addiction -> bad for economy o Had to pay all they silver for the opium. Silver outflow but nothing to show for it o War results in china becoming more dependent on Euro Technology o Ended with treaty on Nanjing  As china becomes more dependent, local authorities benefit  French  Japanese 1850s 1838-1842 1856-58 1850-64 Internal factories made China weak and allowed for external pressures to exist in the first place. Japan as a global power  1853: Matthew Perry's black ships- US demanded that Japan trade with other countries and threatened them with force  China is an example of what to avoid  Central power strong enough to defeat local landlords  US civil war gave japan some breathing space  Everyone was watching china and wasn't paying attention to Japan because China is a bigger prize Before  Pacified but not unified o Ran by local landlord shogunate  Emperor was symbolic- didn’t actually do anything  No centralized currency, each state had their own  Social class was strictly hierarchical  Cultural isolation, Only traded with one country (Dutch)  Feudal, rural, agricultural After  Centralized govt. o Led by emperor o Abolished military positions (samurai) to centralize military  Now had a national currency/ and centralized taxes  Very fluid class systems  Now had governors  Conquered Taiwan and Korea  Opened up ports to other countries- westernization  Industrial, urban, capitalist


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