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Revolution

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									                    RULES
1. Write down how many pieces you have.
2. Play rock, paper, scissors in order to gain
   more candy. You may lose it.
3. Do not eat the candy until you are told to do
   so.
4. If you lose, you must give up a piece of candy.
   When you are out of candy, you must sit
   down and answer the questions.
 POLITICAL ECONOMIC PHILOSOPHIES
• Communism: collectively (means of
  production largely communal) run by the
  people: small committees (Karl Marx)
• Socialism: ownership by government agencies,
  can be temporary stage on way to
  communism
• Capitalism: means of production owned by
  private enterprise
                QUESTIONS
• What is it called when there is socialism with a
  dictator?
• Many countries have a mixed economy. What
  does the United States have?
• What is the only NFL team that is owned by
  the people?
               ANSWERS
• FASCISM
• PRIMARILY CAPITALISM WITH ASPECTS OF
  SOCIALISM LIKE SOCIAL SECURITY
  -HAVE GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS TO
  PREVENT MONOPOLIES
• THE GREEN BAY PACKERS
ROOTS OF REVOLUTION IN
        CHINA
     A POSITION OF STRENGTH
a. The Ming put limits on foreign traders in
   China to the ports of Macao and Guangzhou
b. 1700s- Qing entered long decline and
   Industrial Revolution strengthened Western
   countries and weakened China
      EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM
a. Europeans refused to Kow Tow
b. Opium War
   i. 1700s-British sold opium from India in
   China
   ii. By 1800s-many Chinese were addicted and
   used Chinese silver to pay for the drug
   iii. Chinese government tried to stop
       1. 1839-Chinese destroyed British
   shipment of opium but were no match for
         EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM
    iv. The Unequal Treaties
         1. Treaty of Nanking-China had to accept
         British terms for peace
             a. Emperor paid for destroyed opium,
             gave Britain the island of Hong Kong,
             and opened other ports to the British
         2. Other western powers realized China had to accept
         British terms for peace
c. Increased Foreign Influence
    i. Western powers created spheres of influence
    ii. Open Door Policy- America’s attempt to be included in
    China’s trade
      UNREST AND REVOLUTION
a. Taiping Rebellion- 1851- More than 20 million
    peasants were killed in revolt
    i. Marked the beginning of long, slow revolution
    calling for reforms in government
b. Reforms
    i. Government set up factories and dockyards to
    produce modern weapons, sent young men to
    study abroad, updated civil service exams,
    organized western-style schools, promoted
    economic change
      UNREST AND REVOLUTION
c. Boxer Rebellion
   i. Fists of Righteous Harmony (aka Boxers)
   attacked and killed foreigners
   ii. Supported by Ci Xi (widow of former
   emperor)
   iii. Stopped by western powers
    1. China was forced to allow foreign troops on
   Chinese soil and foreign warships in Chinese
   waters
      UNREST AND REVOLUTION
d. Revolution of 1911
  i. Ci Xi remained in power after Boxer
  Rebellion
  ii. Qing Dynasty collapsed after Ci Xi’s death
  iii. 1911- Declared a republic ending imperial
  monarchy but without a well organized
  government

								
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