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Modern World History : Patterns of Interaction

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1/1/1999
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McDougal Littell
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Summary

Lent has traditionally been a time for self-denial and penitence, a time to examine the baser aspects of human nature. But the church increasingly recognizes that this negative focus does not always build a relationship with God, especially among women who already struggle with issues of worth and self-esteem.In its wide range of writings, Gifts from Within invites women to spend the time of Lent focusing on their uniqueness and on the gifts of their feminine spiritual nature. This collection points the way for women to deepen their ability to recognize God's love and to live as God directs. Starting with Ash Wednesday and ending on Easter Day, each day's meditation explores an aspect of women's lives, their unique spirituality, and their heritage in the biblical stories. By connecting their own stories-some sad and some joyous-with the biblical texts, readers of these devotions may find Lent to be a time of inspiration instead of merely something to be endured.

Table of Contents

Introduction
World History Themes xxvi
Geography Themes xviii
Time and Place xxx
How do We Know? xxxii
Prologue: Connecting With Past Learnings
The Rise of Democratic Ideas 2(28)
The Legacy of Ancient Greece and Rome
5(7)
Something in Common Across Cultures: Making Legal Judgments
10(2)
Judeo-Christian Tradition
12(5)
Democratic Developments in England
17(5)
The Enlightenment and Democratic Revolutions
22(8)
Unit 1 1300-1800 Beginnings of the Modern World 30(96)
Unit Time Line
32(2)
1300--1600 European Renaissance and Reformation
34(26)
Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance
37(6)
History Through Art: Michelangelo---Renaissance Artist
40(3)
The Northern Renaissance
43(5)
Luther Starts the Reformation
48(5)
The Reformation Continues
53(7)
Different Perspectives: The Reformation
57(3)
1300--1700 The Muslim World Expands
60(20)
The Ottomans Build a Vast Empire
63(5)
Cultural Blending CASE STUDY: The Safavid Empire
68(3)
The Mughals Establish an Empire in India
71(9)
Daily Life: Mughal Society News
76(4)
1400--1800 An Age of Exploration and Isolation
80(20)
Europeans Explore the East
83(6)
Science & Technology: The Tools of Exploration
85(4)
China Rejects European Outreach
89(5)
Japan Limits Western Contacts
94(6)
1492--1800 The Atlantic World
100(26)
Spanish Conquests in the Americas
103(7)
Different Perspectives: The Legacy of Columbus
109(1)
Competing Claims in North America
110(5)
The Atlantic Slave Trade
115(5)
The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade
120(6)
Global Impact: Food Exchange
121(5)
Unit 2 1500--1900 Absolutism to Revolution 126(120)
Unit Time Line
128(2)
1500--1800 Absolute Monarchs in Europe
130(32)
Spain's Empire and European Absolutism
133(5)
France's Ultimate Monarch
138(8)
Something in Common Across Cultures: Power Clothes
144(2)
Central European Monarchs Clash
146(5)
Russian Czars Increase Power
151(5)
Daily Life: New Russian News
154(2)
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy
156(6)
1550--1789 Enlightenment and Revolution
162(28)
The Scientific Revolution
165(6)
The Enlightenment in Europe
171(7)
Different Perspectives: European Values
177(1)
The Spread of Enlightenment Ideas
178(5)
History Through ART: Art in the Age of Enlightenment
180(3)
American Revolution: The Birth of a Republic
183(7)
1789--1815 The French Revolution and Napoleon
190(30)
Revolution Threatens the French King
193(4)
Revolution Brings Reform and Terror
197(7)
Science & Technology: The Guillotine
201(3)
Napoleon Forges an Empire
204(5)
Napoleon's Empire Collapses
209(4)
The Congress of Vienna Convenes
213(7)
Different Perspectives: The French Revolution
217(3)
1789--1900 Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West
220(26)
Latin American Peoples Win Independence
223(6)
Global Impact: Struggling Toward Democracy
226(3)
Revolutions Disrupt Europe
229(4)
Nationalism Case Studies: Italy and Germany
233(6)
Revolutions in the Arts
239(7)
History Through Art: Artistic Movements
242(4)
Unit 3 1700--1914 Industrialism and the Race for Empire 246(110)
Unit Time Line
248(2)
1700--1900 The Industrial Revolution
250(26)
The Beginnings of Industrialization
253(5)
Global Impact: Revolutions in Technology
254(4)
Industrialization Case Study: Manchester
258(5)
Industrialization Spreads
263(4)
An Age of Reforms
267(9)
Different Perspectives: Industrialization
273(3)
1815--1914 An Age of Democracy and Progress
276(26)
Democratic Reform and Activism
279(5)
Daily Life: Victorian Ladies' News
281(3)
Self-Rule for British Colonies
284(5)
Expansion and Crisis in the United States
289(4)
Nineteenth-Century Progress
293(9)
Something in Common Across Cultures: Mass Entertainment
296(6)
1850--1914 The Age of Imperialism
302(30)
Imperialists Divide Africa
305(5)
Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria
310(7)
History Through Art: African Weaving
312(4)
Different Perspectives: Views of Imperialism
316(1)
Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands
317(4)
British Imperialism in India
321(5)
Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia
326(6)
1800--1914 Transformations Around the Globe
332(24)
China Responds to Pressure from the West
335(5)
Japan Modernizes
340(4)
U. S. Economic Imperialism in Latin America
344(5)
Science & Technology: Panama Canal
348(1)
The Mexican Revolution
349(7)
Unit 4 1900--1945 The World at War 356(112)
Unit Time Line
358(2)
1914--1918 The Great War
360(26)
The Stage Is Set for War
363(4)
War Consumes Europe
367(6)
Science & Technology: Aviation
372(1)
War Affects the World
373(7)
Something in Common Across Cultures: Honoring War Heroes
378(2)
A Flawed Peace
380(6)
1900--1939 Revolution and Nationalism
386(26)
Revolutions in Russia
389(6)
Totalitarianism Case Study: Stalinist Russia
395(6)
History Through Art: Propaganda Through Art
399(2)
Collapse of Chinese Imperial Rule
401(4)
Nationalism in India and Southwest Asia
405(7)
1919--1939 Years of Crisis
412(26)
An Age of Uncertainty
415(6)
Daily Life: People in the News
419(2)
A Global Depression
421(6)
Fascism Rises in Europe
427(4)
Aggressors on the March
431(7)
1939--1945 World War II
438(30)
Hitler's Lightning War
441(6)
Japan Strikes in the Pacific
447(4)
The Holocaust
451(4)
The Allies Are Victorious
455(7)
Global Impact: Arming for War
460(2)
The Devastation of Europe and Japan
462(6)
Unit 5 1945-Present Perspectives on the Present 468(116)
Unit Time Line
470(2)
1945-Present Restructuring the Postwar World
472(30)
Two Superpowers Face Off
475(7)
Science & Technology: The Space Race
481(1)
Communists Triumph in China
482(4)
War in Korea and Vietnam
486(5)
Cold War Around the World
491(5)
The Cold War Thaws
496(6)
1945-Present The Colonies Become New Nations
502(26)
The Indian Subcontinent Gains Independence
505(7)
Something in Common Across Cultures: Wedding Rituals
510(2)
Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence
512(4)
New Nations in Africa
516(5)
Conflicts in the Middle East
521(7)
Daily Life: Israeli Independent News
524(4)
1945-Present Struggles for Democracy
528(30)
Democracy Case Study: Latin American Democracies
531(5)
Democratic Challenges in African Nations
536(5)
Gorbachev Moves Toward Democracy
541(5)
Collapse of the Soviet Union
546(5)
China Follows Its Own Path
551(7)
History Through Art: Photojournalism
554(4)
1960-Present Global Interdependence
558(26)
Science and Technology Shape Human Outlook
561(4)
Global Economic Development
565(7)
Different Perspectives: Economics and the Environment
571(1)
Global Security Issues
572(5)
Cultures Blend in a Global Age
577(7)
Global Impact: Cultural Crossroads
578(6)
Epilogue Unresolved Problems of the Modern World 584(28)
Technology Changes People's Lives
587(4)
Dangers to the Global Environment
591(4)
Feeding a Growing Population
595(4)
Economic Issues in the Developing World
599(3)
The Threat of Weapons and Terrorism
602(4)
Defending Human Rights and Freedoms
606(6)
World Religions 612(16)
Buddhism
614(2)
Christianity
616(2)
Hinduism
618(2)
Islam
620(2)
Judaism
622(2)
Confucianism
624(4)
REFERENCE SECTION 628(4)
Atlas
629(15)
Mini Almanac
644(4)
Skillbuilder Handbook
648(25)
Glossary
673(11)
Spanish Glossary
684(10)
Index
694(16)
Acknowledgments
710


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