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MWC Chapter 12

Ram Mohum Roy Combined Indian and British views, felt that India could learn from the West
Guang Xu young emperor, launched 100 days reform
purdah isolation of women in separate quarters
protectorate local rulers expected to follow advice of European advisers
trade surplus a situation when a country exports more than it imports
trade deficit a situation when a country imports more than it exports
balance of trade deference between how much a country imports and exports
social Darwinism theory of natural selection applied to human beings
Boer war war from 1899-1902 when Britain defeated the Boers of South Africa
Sepoy Rebellion when the Sepoys rebelled because the British did not respect the Muslim and Hindu religion
Open door policy American approach to China around 1900, favoring open relation trade with China and other nations
Berlin Conference divided Africa between Europeans
wahhabi other Islamic reform movement
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