AP World History Review # 4 Pt 2

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AP World History Review # 4 Pt 2

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

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