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  • 1. The Internal Combustion Engine
  • 2. The Airplane
  • 3. Charles Darwin
  • 4. The Factory System: Efficiency (cough), New Products (choke), Big Money (Gag)
  • 5. Interchangeable Parts
  • 6. Assembly Line
  • 7. New Economic and Social Philosophies: No Shortage of Opinions
  • 8. Adam Smith
  • 9. Capitalism
  • 10. Free-market system
  • 11. Laissez-faire capitalism
  • 12. Karl Marx I will never blink
  • 13. Socialism
  • 14. Communism
  • 15. Luddites
  • 16. Capitalism and Enlightenment Combine: Reform Catches On
  • 17. Factory Act of 1883
  • 18. Labor unions
  • 19. Social mobility
  • 20. In Search of Natural Resources: Stealing is cheaper than Dealing
  • 21. The European Justification: Superiority Is a Heavy Burden
  • 22. Social Darwinists
  • 23. Rudyard Kipling
  • 24. “White Man’s Burden”
  • 25. European Imperialism in India
  • 26. British East India Company
  • 27. Robert Clive
  • 28. The Sepoy Mutiny: Too little, Too late
  • 29. Bahadur Shah II
  • 30. Full-Blown British Colonialism: England on the Indus
  • 31. Indian National Congress
  • 32. European Imperialism In China
  • 33. The Opium Wars: European Drug Pushers Force Their Right to Deal
  • 34. Opium War
  • 35. Treaty of Nanjing
  • 36. “Unequal Treaties”
  • 37. The Word Is Out: China Is Crumbling Mr. Jiang (standing under a crumbling China rock): "Did I make my eight points clear ?" President Lee: "Yes ... yes... congratulations ...."
    • "As long as you sit down here, we can discuss anything ..."
  • 38. White Lotus Rebellions
  • 39. Taiping Rebellion
  • 40. Strengthening Movement
  • 41. Sino-French War
  • 42. Sino-Japanese War
  • 43. Spheres of Influence
  • 44. Open Door Policy
  • 45. The Boxer Rebellion: Knocked Out in the First Round
  • 46. Boxers
  • 47. Sun Yat-sen
  • 48. Japanese Imperialism
  • 49. Commodore Matthew Perry
  • 50. Treaty of Kanagawa
  • 51. The Meiji Restoration: Shogun Out, Emperor In, Westerners Out
  • 52. Russo-Japanese War
  • 53. European Imperialism in Africa
  • 54. The Slave Trade Finally Ends
  • 55. South Africa: Gold Rings, a Diamond Necklace, and a British Crown
  • 56. Boer War
  • 57. African National Congress
  • 58. Egypt: A New Waterway Makes a Splash
  • 59. Muhammed Ali
  • 60. Suez Canal
  • 61. The Berlin Conference: Carving Up the Continent
  • 62. Political Developments in the Americas and Europe
  • 63. Two Revolutions: American and French
  • 64. The American Revolution
  • 65. French and Indian War
  • 66. Seven Years’ War
  • 67. George Grenville
  • 68. Charles Townsend
  • 69. Revenue Act
  • 70. Stamp Act
  • 71. Tea Act
  • 72. Independence Can’t Happen Without a Little Paine
  • 73. Thomas Paine
  • 74. France: More Than Happy to Oblige
  • 75. The French Revolution
  • 76. The Estates General: Generally a Mess
  • 77. National Assembly
  • 78. The Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • 79. A New Constitution Causes Consternation
  • 80. Convention
  • 81. The Reign of Terror: The Hard-Fought Constitution Gets Tossed Aside
  • 82. Committee of Public Safety
  • 83. Maximilien Robespierre
  • 84. Jacobins
  • 85. Directory
  • 86. Napolean: Big Things Come in Small Packages
  • 87. Napoleonic Codes
  • 88. Prince von Metternich
  • 89. Alexander I
  • 90. Duke of Wellington
  • 91. Waterloo
  • 92. Congress of Vienna
  • 93. The Congress of Vienna: Pencils and Erasers at Work
  • 94. Lots of Independence Movements: Latin America
  • 95. Haiti: Slave Revolt Sends France a Jolt
  • 96. Pierre Toussaint L’Ouverture
  • 97. Jacques Dessalines
  • 98. South America: Visions of Grandeur
  • 99. Simon Bolivar
  • 100. Jose de San Martin
  • 101. Brazil: Power to the Pedros
  • 102. John VI
  • 103. Pedro
  • 104. Pedro II
  • 105. Mexico: A Tale of Two Priests
  • 106. Miguel Hidalgo
  • 107. Jose Morelos
  • 108. Treaty of Cordoba
  • 109.