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  • 1. Cultural Revolution Ch. 9 Sec. 4/Ch. 10 Sec. 4
  • 2. Capitalist Ideas Laissez Faire approach to the economy which limited gov’t involvement Adam Smith-Wealth of Nations Malthus & Ricardo Did not support Gov’t assisting the poor
  • 3. Societal Changes Britain ended slavery in 1833 Worker reforms for children & women
  • 4. Socialism Belief that means of production should be controlled by society or gov’t Karl Marx believed economic base was responsible for class division p.303 Believed in 5 stages of economic life Capitalism was one of those stages which would lead to communism Marx saw society in two classes,
  • 5. New Science Charles Darwin came up with a theory of evolution & natural selection & the evolution of humans Gregor Mendel’s work with peas led to genetics Vaccines & germs were discovered John Dalton proved atomic theory Development of psychology & sociology
  • 6. Changing Lifestyles Improved medicine and food led to population growth in late 1800’s Railroads & steamships allowed for people to move to find a better life As farms needed less workers, nations began to urbanize Improved sanitation & public safety Improved education systems More time for leisure activities
  • 7. Art Movements of the 1800’s Romanticism emphasized human emotion (Beethoven, Victor Hugo) Realism looked at the actualities of life (Charles Dickens, Tolstoy) Impressionists & postimpressionists looked at art in new ways
  • 8. Romanticism 1812 Overture Hungarian
  • 9. Realism
  • 10. Impressionism Debussy
  • 11. Postimpressionism