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Industrialism, Nationalism, and Imperialism

Imperialism (noun) The effort of a nation to create an empire of colonies-made European countries wealthy
Labor Union (noun) An organization of workers formed to bargain with employers for better pay and working conditions
Socialism (noun) Economic system of where the government owns and provides specific services to the citizens. Ex. Medical care.
Communism (noun) A government and economic system in which the government owns and regulates most businesses and all aspects of life. Think Totalitarianism.
Elitism (noun) One group of people who think they’re better than everyone else could be based on wealth, education, social standing, etc.
Nationalism (noun) A feeling of pride in one’s country and a desire for its independence
Exploitation (noun) To take advantage of something at the cost of someone else
Capitalism (noun) A system in which individuals control property and businesses (free market)
Industrialism (noun) A social or economic system built on manufacturing industries
Social Darwinism (noun) A theory created about natural selection and “survival of the fittest”; Non-Europeans were considered lower than Europeans because they had not made the same advances
Urbanization (noun) The rapid growth of cities based on manufacturing
Industrial Revolution (noun) The change in the methods of producing goods – from hand tools to machines in factories (1760s-1860s)
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