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  • 1. SymbolWord & definitionIn my own wordsBalance of power-an equilibrium of power sufficient to discourage or prevent one nation or party from imposing its will on or interfering with the interests of anotherCivil Service-the part of a government that takes care of the government's basic business - the administrative part of a government-employment is based on an examCultural Diffusion-the process by which a cultural trait, material object, idea, or behavior pattern is spread from one society to anotherEthnocentrism-attitude that one's own group is superior Non-violence- abstention from violence as a matter of principleResource Distribution-the allocation of resources, including land, water, minerals, fuel and wealth in general among corresponding geographic entities (states, countries, etc.).Social Structure-Social organization based on established patterns of social interaction between different relationships (such as those between parents and children, teachers and students, employers and employees), regulated through accepted norms and shared values.Traditional-an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior (as a religious practice or a social custom)Colonization-to establish a settlement in a location-to occupy or control an under developed region<br /> <br /> <br />Primary Source Analysis Questions<br />Read the assigned text and answer the following questions regarding each source.<br />
    • Source 1-Which statement in this piece best expresses Karl Pearson’s belief in social Darwinism?
    • 2. Source 3- According to Lenin, what is the only true motive of imperialists?
    Both Sources<br />
    • Who do you think makes the most valid argument?
    • 3. Do either of their arguments hold up today?