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Chapter 24

Many workers reacted to poor working conditions by organizing to pass laws or make reforms.
Which of the following caused both migration to the cities and higher survival rates of city dwellers? factories and public sanitation
In Germany, ministers of government were responsible to the emperor.
 In the big cities, people tended to enjoy the new mass leisure during evening hours and weekends.
What was the result of German emperor William II's aggressive foreign policy?  division of Europe into two hostile alliances
The implementation of ministerial responsibility in Western European governments was a sign that democracy was expanding.
Russia opposed Austria-Hungary’s 1908 annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the nineteenth century, people's lives became more clearly divided into periods of work and leisure as a result of industrialization.
Problems associated with rapid urbanization included substandard housing and poor sanitation.
The advanced industrialized core of Europe depended on non-industrial, agricultural countries of Europe for food and raw materials.
Who of the following is known as the father of Communism? Karl Marx.
Karl Marx discussed the idea of class struggle in which the oppressor and oppressed have always stood in constant opposition to one another.
Which of the following was not a benefit of the second industrial revolution? lives improved more in the country than in the city
In a socialist society ____________ owns the means of production. the government
A movement in which writer and artists between 1870 and 1914 rebelled against traditional literacy and artistic styles that had dominated European cultural life since the Renaissance. Modernism
The middle class, including merchants, industrialists, and professional people. Bourgeoisie
The movement for women’s rights. Feminism
Production of goods in quantity usually used by machinery. Mass production
The working class. Proletariat
A method by which therapists and patient probe deep into the patient’s memory; by making the patient’s conscious mind aware of repressed thoughts, healing can take place. Psychoanalysis
Marxist who rejects the revolutionary approach, believing instead in evolution by democratic means to achieve the goal of socialism. Revisionist
The right to vote. Suffrage
Theory used by Western nations in the late 19th century to justify their dominance; it was based on survival of the fittest. Social Darwinism
An international movement originally for the establishment of a Jewish national homeland in Palestine, and later the support of Modern Israel. Zionism
Great Britain Prime Minister
France Premier
Germnay Chancellor
Russia Czar
Austria- Hungary Emperor
One way people responded to industrialization was through creating labor unions.
Western nations made a commitment to public education for political reasons. W
____________ gained the right to vote in many countries in the 20th century. Women
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