9780133177114

Global Experience : Readings in World History since 1500

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  • Edition: 3rd
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  • Copyright: 1997-09-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
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Table of Contents

Preface xv
GLOBAL CONTACTS 1(34)
Early Modern Exploration and Expansion
1(10)
1. Cheng Ho [Zheng He]: Ming Maritime Expeditions
2(3)
2. Vasco da Gama, Journey to India
5(3)
3. Bartolome de Las Casas, Destruction of the Indies and "The Only Method of Converting the Indians"
8(3)
West Comes East: China and Japan
11(10)
4. Fernao Mendes Pinto, The Travels of Mendes Pinto
12(5)
5. Matteo Ricci, Journals
17(3)
6. Seclusion Edict of 1636
20(1)
The African Slave Trade
21(14)
7. Olaudah Equiano, The Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vasa, The African
22(2)
8. Commerce, Slavery and Religion in North Africa
24(7)
9. Thomas Nelson, Slavery and the Slave Trade of Brazil
31(4)
GLOBAL PATTERNS OF POLITICS AND CULTURE 35(68)
Rulership and Society, East and West
35(15)
10. The Laws for the Military House (Buke Shohatto), 1615 (Tokugawa "Hostage" System)
36(4)
11. Louis XIV, Memoires for the Instruction of the Dauphin
40(1)
12. Emperor of China: Self-Portrait of K'ang-hsi [Kangxi]
41(3)
13. Peter the Great, Correspondence with His Son
44(3)
14. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Embassy to Constantinople
47(3)
Degrees of Religious Toleration
50(6)
15. The Maryland Toleration Act
50(2)
16. Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man
52(2)
17. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Nathan the Wise Man
54(2)
Government and Politics in the Enlightenment
56(18)
18. John Locke, The Second Treatise of Civil Government
56(4)
19. Sophia, Woman Not Inferior to Man
60(5)
20. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sophie or the Woman
65(4)
21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract
69(5)
Economic Ideas in the Enlightenment and Early Nineteenth Century
74(9)
22. Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations
75(5)
23. Friedrich List, National System of Political Economy
80(3)
The Enlightenment in Russia
83(10)
24. Catherine the Great, The Instruction to the Commissioners for Composing a New Code of Laws
83(3)
25. A. N. Radishchev, A Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow
86(3)
26. Catherine the Great, "Instructions to Captain Joseph Billings" and General Ivan V. Iakobii, "Secret Instructions to Agents of the Russian Empire in Alaska"
89(4)
China's Sinocentric World
93(10)
27. Ceremonial for Visitors: Court Tribute
94(2)
28. Taisuke Mitamura, The Palace Eunuchs of Imperial China
96(2)
29. Emperor Ch'ien-lung [Qianlong], Letter to King George III
98(5)
REVOLUTIONS AND REBELLIONS 103(52)
Men and Women in Revolution
103(16)
30. The Declaration of Independence
104(3)
31. Olympe de Gouges, Declaration of the Rights of Woman and of the Female Citizen
107(4)
32. James Madison, The Federalist, Number 10
111(3)
33. Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France
114(3)
34. Simon Bolivar's Political Ideas
117(2)
America Asserts Itself
119(5)
35. The Monroe Doctrine
120(2)
36. Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America
122(2)
Global Revolutionary Ferment
124(13)
37. Women Miners in the English Coal Pits
125(3)
38. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto
128(6)
39. The Taiping Rebellion
134(3)
Nationalism and Romanticism
137(18)
40. Robert Southey, "The Battle of Blenheim"
138(2)
41. Program of the Serb Society of National Defense [Narodna Odbrana]
140(5)
42. Irish National Identity and Destiny: Three Views
145(4)
43. Fustel de Coulanges, "What Is a Nation?" A Reply to Mr. Mommsen, Professor in Berlin
149(3)
44. Heinrich von Treitschke, A Word About the Jews Among Us
152(3)
EMPIRES AND UPHEAVALS 155(28)
England's Imperial March
155(7)
45. Lord William Bentinck, Comments on Ritual Murder and the Limits of Religious Toleration
155(3)
46. Lin Tse-hsu [Lin Zexu], Letter of Moral Admonition to Queen Victoria
158(4)
Imperialism: Two Perspectives
162(4)
47. Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden"
163(1)
48. Gandhi: Facing the British in India
164(2)
Traditional Japan as a Modern State
166(8)
49. President Fillmore, "Letter to the Emperor of Japan"
167(2)
50. Ito Hirobumi, "Reminiscences on the Drafting of the New Constitution"
169(2)
51. Geisha: Glimpse of Unfamiliar Japan
171(3)
United States Expansion: Two Perspectives
174(9)
52. The Roosevelt Corollary
175(2)
53. Francisco Garcia Calderon, "The North American Peril"
177(6)
AN ERA OF GLOBAL VIOLENCE 183(74)
China and Russia in Upheaval
183(5)
54. Manifesto of the Chinese United League
184(2)
55. Maxim Gorky, "January 9"
186(2)
World War I: Battle
188(5)
56. Slaughter on the Somme
189(2)
57. "World War I: A Frenchman's Recollections"
191(2)
World War I: Diplomacy
193(6)
58. Sir Henry McMahon, Letter to Ali Ibn Husain
194(1)
59. The Balfour Declaration
195(1)
60. President Wilson, "Speech on the Fourteen Points"
196(2)
61. Memorandum of the General Syrian Congress
198(1)
Bolshevik Utopian Dreams and Stalin's Revolution
199(14)
62. V. I. Lenin, "Tasks of the Youth Leagues: Bourgeois and Communist Morality"
200(4)
63. Nadezhda K. Krupskaya, "What a Communist Ought to Be Like"
204(3)
64. John Scott, Behind the Urals
207(3)
65. Nadezhda Mandelstam, Hope Against Hope
210(3)
Fascism: Four Faces
213(12)
66. Kita Ikki, Outline for the Reconstruction of Japan
214(4)
67. Benito Mussolini, "The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism"
218(3)
68. Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
221(2)
69. Juan Domingo Peron: Justicialism
223(2)
Patterns of Genocide
225(14)
70. Rudolf Hoess, Eyewitness to Hitler's Genocide
225(2)
71. Ethnic Cleansing in Northwestern Bosnia: Three Witnesses
227(7)
72. Alain Destexhe, Rwanda and Genocide in the Twentieth Century
234(5)
World War II: Asia and Europe
239(9)
73. Adolf Hitler, The Obersalzberg Speech
240(3)
74. The Atlantic Charter
243(1)
75. "Tojo Makes Plea of Self-Defense"
244(4)
The Atomic Bomb: Contrasting Perceptions of Nuclear War
248(9)
76. President Truman's Decision
249(1)
77. A Child's View of the Bomb
250(1)
78. William Faulker, Acceptance Speech: 1949 Nobel Prize for Literature
251(2)
79. Edwards Teller, "Dangerous Myths About Nuclear Arms"
253(4)
THE LATER TWENTIETH CENTURY 257(42)
The Cold War
257(15)
80. The Truman Doctrine
259(4)
81. Mao Tse-tung [Mao Zedong], "The People's Democratic Dictatorship"
263(3)
82. Korea: The Thirty-Eighth Parallel
266(3)
83. Nikita S. Khrushchev, Address to the Twentieth Party Congress
269(3)
Decolonization: Africa
272(8)
84. Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth
274(1)
85. A. L. Geyer, "The Case for Apartheid"
275(2)
86. Desmond Tutu, "The Question of South Africa"
277(3)
The Middle East: Politics and Upheaval
280(7)
87. Israel's Proclamation of Independence
281(2)
88. Palestinian Declaration of Independence
283(2)
89. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, "Message to the Pilgrims"
285(2)
America and the Second Indochina War
287(12)
90. Marguerite Higgins, An Interview with Ngo Dinh Diem
288(2)
91. Views of a Viet Cong Official
290(2)
92. An American Prisoner of War
292(3)
93. Francois Ponchaud, Cambodia: Year Zero
295(4)
TOWARD THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 299
From Perestroika to a New World Order
299(9)
94. M. Gorbachev, Perestroika
300(4)
95. Robert L. Bartley, "The Case for Optimism: "The West Should Believe in Itself"
304(4)
Human Rights and International Relations
308(9)
96. The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
309(4)
97. William F. Buckley, Jr., "Human Rights and Foreign Policy: A Proposal"
313(3)
98. Carolyn Forche, "The Colonel"
316(1)
Africa in the Later Twentieth Century
317(13)
99. Kwame Nkrumah, I Speak of Freedom: A Statement of African Ideology
319(2)
100. Theresa Andrews, Letters from 1990s Bush Doctor
321(9)
Enduring Problems
330
101. Richard Preston, "Back in the Hot Zone"
330(4)
102. Deng Xiaoping, A Market Economy for Socialist Goals
334(4)
103. Pope John Paul II, Centesimus Annus
338

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