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a dramatic change in ideas, practice, or government.
(1853-1902) British statesman who was instrumental in assuring British dominance of southern Africa. He founded the De Beers Mining Company, eventually controlling 90% of the world
rigid social class system
A social class system where there is no mobility. A person remains in the same class their entire life.
A moving body of water that usually has its source in an area of high ground.
A valley that is carved out by the river. Often have fertile land, and are the sites for the earliest civilizations.
A political policy of the United States by President Theodore Roosevelt that states only the United States could intervene in the affairs of South America.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques
(1712-1778) French writer and Enlightenment philosopher who wrote a book called, The Social Contract, where he stated that people were basically good, and that society, and its unequal distribution of wealth, were the cause of most problems. Rousseau believed that government should be run according to the will of the majority, which he called the General Will. He claimed that the General Will would always act in the best interest of the people.
A device used to steer a ship. It is usually shaped like a paddle and is on the back of the boat.
A policy in Russia to make all of the peoples under their control conform to Russian culture and language. It was used in both the Russian Empire and later, in the Soviet Union.
(1904-1905) War between Russia and Japan over imperial possessions. Japan emerges victorious.
Religious practices such as baptism, and receiving the Eucharist.
Worthy of or regarded with religious worship, and/or respect.
(1930) Passive resistance campaign of Mohandas Gandhi where many Indians protested the British tax on salt by marching to the sea to make their own salt.
In Hinduism, the term given to the endless cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.
Warrior class during Japan
Services including the collection and disposal of sewage and garbage.