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Unit 6 SS

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Being proud of one's country or ethnic group nationalism
In this government a political party or a small group takes over the government and makes all the big decisions. This is also known as a government by the few. oligarchic
This conflict is named for the place that this big conflict occurred. It happened when Chinese citizens were denied basic freedoms such as freedom of speech. Tiananmen Square
Being proud of one's country or ethnic group nationalism
In this government a political party or a small group takes over the government and makes all the big decisions. This is also known as a government by the few. oligarchic
This conflict is named for the place that this big conflict occurred. It happened when Chinese citizens were denied basic freedoms such as freedom of speech. Tiananmen Square
A group who share language, religion, history, foods, traditions, or celebrations. Ethnic Group
An ethical system based on good deeds and morality rather a religion. Confucianism
Religion that started in India, is one of the oldest religions, and followed the Books of Knowledge Hinduism
Political system where local, state, and national levels of government share power. Federal
Political system in which a country maintains colonies outside its borders. (Remember "colonies") Colonialism
Political system where the people vote for the political party they feel best suits their ideas of how a government should operate. They vote based on a party rather than a person. Parliamentary System
The Korean Peninsula country that is a republic . Their power is divided among legislative, executive, and judiciary branches. South Korea
This country established a constitutional monarchy in the mid 1900s. Japan
Siddhartha Gautama created this religion which believes that true peace is found by rejecting greed and personal wishes. Buddhism
This political system in which the government owns the businesses and property is owned collectively. Communism
A program Mao Zedong created to get rid of Communist Party resistors. Cultural Revolution
The Korean Peninsula country that is a Communist state. North Korea
In this political system the president is chosen separately from the legislature. The president and legislature may not share political philosophies. Presidential System
A "location" name for the border between North and South Korea. Thirty-Eighth Parallel
Gandhi's method for bringing about social change and to resist the control of Great Britain. Non-Violence
This political leader helped China win a civil war. He became a dictator who ruled by the Communist Party. Mao Zedong
A group of people who share a belief in a god(s), certain rituals and spiritual literature. Religious Groups
A program that was developed to quicken economic development of China. It quickly crashed China's economic system. The Great Leap Forward
This word means "superior." Kami
An acronym for a strip of land which runs between the two countries on the Korean Peninsula. DMZ
A religion which began with the prophet Muhammad. Islam
A person who has full control of a country's government. Dictator
This country became a federal republic when they established independent of British control. India
This person came to realize the people of India were mistreated by the British and passively fought against their oppression. Mohandas Gandhi
This religion was the first religion of Japan, and it focuses on reverence for the kami. Shintoism
The USA worked toward the end of Communism by keeping it "contained" and isolated within the current borders. Containment of Communism
Political system in which the ruler has all power. Autocracy
Zedong created this Communist country in 1949. China
A political system in which the local government holds all of the power. Confederation
A political system in which the central government holds most of the power. Unitary
Created by: terri.french