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									CHAPTER 29

I. Toward a New Western Order
         A. The Revolutionary Era in the Soviet Union
                 1. The Brezhnev Years
                 2. The Gorbachev Era
                 3. The End of the Soviet Union
         B. Eastern Europe: The Revolutions of 1989 and the Collapse of the Communist Order
                 1. Poland
                 2. Hungary
                 3. Czechoslovakia
                 4. Romania
                 5. Bulgaria
         C. The Reunification of Germany
         D. The Disintegration of Yugoslavia
                 1. The War in Bosnia
                 2. The War in Kosovo
                 3. The Aftermath
         E. Western Europe: The Winds of Change
                 1. Germany Restored
                 2. Great Britain: Thatcher and Thatcherism
                 3. Uncertainties in France
                 4. Confusion in Italy
         F. The Unification of Europe
                 1. Goals
                 2. Problems
                 3. Toward a United Europe
         G. The United States: Turmoil, Tranquility, and Terrorism
                 1. Economic Problems
                 2. The Reagan Revolution
                 3. The Clinton Years
                 4. George W. Bush
         H. Contemporary Canada
III. After the Cold War: New World Order or Age of Terrorism?
         A. The End of the Cold War
         B. An Age of Terrorism?
         C. Terrorist Attack on the United States
         D. The West and Islam
IV. New Directions and New Problems in Western Society
         A. Transformation in Women’s Lives
                 1. The Women’s Movement
         B. Guest Workers and Immigrants
         C. The Environment and the Green Movements
V. Western Culture Today
         A. Postmodern Thought
       B. Trends in Art, Literature, and Music
               1. Art
               2. Literature
               3. Music
       C. Varieties of Religious Life
               1. The Growth of Islam
               2. Pope John Paul II
       D. The World of Science and Technology
               1. The Computer
               2. Dangers of Science and Technology
               3. New Conception of the Universe
       E. Popular Culture: Image and Globalization
               1. Film: Fantasy and Epics
               2. The Growth of Mass Sports
               3. Popular Culture: Increasingly Global
VI. Toward a Global Civilization?


1. Mikhail Gorbachev
2. Gulf War
3. New World Order
4. Leonid Brezhnev and the Brezhnev Doctrine
5. perestroika and glasnost
6. Commonwealth of Independent States
7. Boris Yeltsin
8. Vladimir Putin
9. Lech Walesa and Solidarity
10. Vaclav Havel
11. Czech Republic and Slovakia
12. Erich Honecker
13. the Berlin Wall
14. Slobodan Milosevic
15. Bosnia and Kosovo
16. “ethnic cleansing”
17. Ostpolitik
18. Helmut Kohl
19. Margaret Thatcher and Thatcherism
20. Falklands War
21. Tony Blair
22. Francois Mitterrand and Jacques Chirac
23. the Red Brigades and the Mafia
24. the EC, the Maastricht Treat, the EU, and the euro
25. Watergate
26. stagflation
27. OPEC
28. Ayatollah Khomeini
29. “supply-side economics”
30. a “new Democrat”
31. Pierre Trudeau
32. Helsinki Agreements
33. Strategic Defense Initiative and “Star Wars”
34. the IRA, Red Army Faction, Charles Martel Club
35. September 11, 2001, and the World Trade Center
36. Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda
37. Saddam Hussein and war in Iraq
38. “guest workers”
39. Green parties
40. Postmodernism
41. serialism and minimalism
42. Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude and “magic realism”
43. Pope John Paul II
44. computers
45. Spirit and Opportunity
46. Dr. Dre and Britney Spears and MTV
47. Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The Gladiator, and Troy
48. the Olympics, the Tour de France, and the World Cup
49. Marshall McLuhan’s “global village”
50. NGOs

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