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The Second World<br />Globalization and economic resources<br />History 141<br />CALIFORNIA<br />From the 1900’s to the 20...
SOUTH AMERICA<br />VENIZUELA<br />MEXICO<br /><ul><li>Harsh adjustment to internal competition, wider income gaps, and mor...
Abundance of oil
Hugo Chavez</li></li></ul><li>Argentina’s main exports—Brazil 18.9%, China 9.1%, U.S. 7.4%, Chile 6.7%, Netherlands 4.2%<b...
European Union<br />The Caucasian Corridor—After gaining independence from Russia in 1991, these countries became members ...
European reform in the Balkans<br />Internal conflicts and rebel's is proving to be a challenge for the European Union <br />
Ukraine-Turkey-Russia<br />Turkey exports—Germany 9.6%, France 6.1%, U.K. 5.8%, Italy 5.8%, Iraq 5%<br />Ukraine exports—R...
San Francisco, California—the center point in which military stations were formed<br />Moffett Field—Lighter than air faci...
California—Past and Present<br />1906-segregation of Japanese children from public schools—San Francisco<br />1913-Alien L...
Racism within the United States<br />
Japanese concentration camps in 1942<br />Pearl Harbor—WWII 1942—Japanese bombed the Americas<br />The end of WWII in 1945...
Development/ Southern California<br />After the war—houses were built to accommodate soldiers—San Fernando Valley<br />Dis...
Freedom of Speech movements<br />Greatest mass arrest—750 students.<br />1967—Hippes—Drugs, Sex, and rock-n-roll<br />Gay ...
Charles Manson murders<br />Put an end to the hippie movement!<br />
Catastrophes<br />Millions in damages/human casualties<br />1989-7.1 San Francisco earthquake<br />1991-Oakland Hills fire...
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  1. 1. The Second World<br />Globalization and economic resources<br />History 141<br />CALIFORNIA<br />From the 1900’s to the 20th century<br />By Ronald G Himmer <br />
  2. 2. SOUTH AMERICA<br />VENIZUELA<br />MEXICO<br /><ul><li>Harsh adjustment to internal competition, wider income gaps, and more drug and trafficking are keeping people from ever becoming of any significance to the rest of the world.
  3. 3. Abundance of oil
  4. 4. Hugo Chavez</li></li></ul><li>Argentina’s main exports—Brazil 18.9%, China 9.1%, U.S. 7.4%, Chile 6.7%, Netherlands 4.2%<br />Columbia has possesses pacific and Caribbean coasts<br />Main exports—U.S. 38%, Venezuela 16.2%, Ecuador 4%<br />Brazil’s exports—U.S. 14%, Argentina 8.9%, China 8.3%, Netherlands 5.3%, Germany 4.5%, Japan 3.1%<br />
  5. 5. European Union<br />The Caucasian Corridor—After gaining independence from Russia in 1991, these countries became members of the European Bank for Reconstruction<br />Georgia—Azerbaijan--Armenia<br />
  6. 6. European reform in the Balkans<br />Internal conflicts and rebel's is proving to be a challenge for the European Union <br />
  7. 7. Ukraine-Turkey-Russia<br />Turkey exports—Germany 9.6%, France 6.1%, U.K. 5.8%, Italy 5.8%, Iraq 5%<br />Ukraine exports—Russia 21.3%, Turkey 2.1%, Italy 6.4%, U.S. 4.1% (EU)<br />Russia’s economy—Netherlands11.2%, Italy 8.1%, Germany 8%, Turkey 6%, Ukraine 5.1%, Poland 4.5%, China 4.3%<br />
  8. 8. San Francisco, California—the center point in which military stations were formed<br />Moffett Field—Lighter than air facility in 1931<br />Union Iron Works—Mare Island—Main developer for Naval war ships<br />
  9. 9. California—Past and Present<br />1906-segregation of Japanese children from public schools—San Francisco<br />1913-Alien Land Act-prohibiting Japanese immigrants from owning any land<br />1924-Immigration Act—prohibiting Japanese from migrating to the US<br />
  10. 10. Racism within the United States<br />
  11. 11. Japanese concentration camps in 1942<br />Pearl Harbor—WWII 1942—Japanese bombed the Americas<br />The end of WWII in 1945<br />
  12. 12. Development/ Southern California<br />After the war—houses were built to accommodate soldiers—San Fernando Valley<br />Disneyland-An attraction park were all could be happy<br />
  13. 13. Freedom of Speech movements<br />Greatest mass arrest—750 students.<br />1967—Hippes—Drugs, Sex, and rock-n-roll<br />Gay society in San Francisco--1970<br />
  14. 14. Charles Manson murders<br />Put an end to the hippie movement!<br />
  15. 15. Catastrophes<br />Millions in damages/human casualties<br />1989-7.1 San Francisco earthquake<br />1991-Oakland Hills fire<br />1969-Santa Barbara oil spill<br />
  16. 16. Pete Wilson signed into law the Electric Utility Industry Restructuring-California ended up buying electricity at exorbitant prices in order to forestall the total collapse of the economy<br />2000-Nasdaq’s demise resulting in the firing of 129,310 people – a 40 plus percent drop within the next two years<br />
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