9780534587338

World History

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  • Edition: 4th
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  • Copyright: 2001-07-31
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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As a global text, Upshur's WORLD HISTORY examines world civilizations in a comparative context. Students learn to recognize and analyze trends and interconnections across history and civilizations.

Table of Contents

Maps
xix
Preface xxi
Reviewers xxv
Introduction Paleolithic and Neolithic Cultures Around the World 1(1)
Human Development in the Old Stone Age
2(1)
The Neolithic Food-Producing Revolution in West Asia
3(2)
Neolithic Times in Europe
5(1)
Neolithic Times in Africa
5(2)
Neolithic Times in Asia
7(1)
Connections in Migration Migration in World History
8(1)
Neolithic Times in the Western Hemisphere
8(1)
Selected Sources
9(4)
Internet Links
10(1)
Comparative Essay 1 The Defining Characteristics of Civilization
11(2)
Early Civilization in West Asia, Africa, the Aegean, and the Western Hemisphere
13(32)
Mesopotamian Civilization
14(6)
The Sumerian Exemplar of Civilized Life
15(3)
Political and Cultural Developments of the Babylonians, Assyrians, and Chaldeans
18(2)
African Civilization
20(7)
The Land of the Nile and the Emergence of Egyptian Civilization
21(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Diverse Burial Customs
22(1)
Discontinuities and the Rise and Decline of an Imperial Culture
23(2)
The Kushite Kingdom in Upper Egypt and the Sudan
25(2)
Early Aegean Civilization
27(8)
The Flowering of Minoan Civilization
28(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Risking Death to Gain the Favor of the Gods
28(2)
The Advent of the Indo-Europeans
30(2)
Connections in Technology Animal Husbandry
32(1)
The Rise and Fall of Mycenaean Warrior-Kings
32(3)
Ancient Persian Civilization
35(3)
The Rise of the Persian Empire
35(2)
Persian Culture and Religon
37(1)
Amerindian Civilization
38(4)
The Opening of Andean Civilization: The Chavin Culture
39(1)
The Advent of Mesoamerican Civilization: The Olmec
40(2)
Summary and Comparisons
42(1)
Selected Sources
43(2)
Internet Links
44(1)
The Early Civilizations of South and East Asia
45(34)
The Indus Civilization
46(6)
The Land of India
46(2)
The Beginning of the Indus Civilization
48(1)
An Urban Culture: Mohenjo-Daro
48(1)
Society and Economy
49(1)
Indus Religion
50(1)
The End of Indus Civilization
50(2)
The Aryan Invasion and Early Vedic Age
52(3)
Early Vedic Society and Economy
53(1)
Religion
54(1)
The Appearance of Writing
55(1)
The Late Vedic Age
55(3)
Late Vedic Society and Economy
56(1)
Religion
56(2)
The Upanishads
58(1)
China From the Neolithic Age to the Shang Dynasty
58(9)
The Land of China
58(1)
The Study of Ancient China
59(1)
The Rise of the Shang Dynasty, 1766-1122 B.C.E.
60(1)
Shang Government
61(2)
Society and Economy during the Shang Era
63(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Royal Tombs in Bronze Age Greece and China
64(1)
Science, Arts, and Crafts
64(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Feasting in Bronze Age Greece and China
65(2)
A Pictographic Script
67(1)
The Chou Dynasty
67(7)
The Chou Conquest
68(1)
Western Chou Society and Economy
69(1)
Chou Religion
70(1)
The Eastern Chou
71(1)
Connections in Technology Rice Cultivation in East Asia
72(1)
Eastern Chou Society and Economy
72(2)
Summary and Comparisons
74(1)
Selected Sources
75(4)
Internet Links
75(2)
Comparative Essay 2 Great Faiths and Philosophies
77(2)
The Flowering of Great Faiths and Philosophies
79(42)
Civilization in Palestine and Phoenicia
80(4)
Israelite Political History
81(1)
Judaism
82(2)
The Phoenicians: Catalysts of Culture
84(1)
Classical Greek Civilization
84(14)
The Archaic Revival: New Patterns of Government
84(3)
Athenian and Spartan Social and Political Patterns
87(1)
The Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
88(1)
Greek Intellectual History: From Myth to Philosophy
89(2)
Connections in Culture Creation Myths and the Construction of Gender and Social Orders
91(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Big-Time Sports in Ancient Greece
93(2)
The Greek Origins of European Literature
95(2)
Greek Art and Architecture
97(1)
The Rise of Buddhism and Jainism in India
98(7)
The Life of Buddha
99(1)
The Orthodox: Theravada Buddhism
100(2)
Evolution of the Great Vehicle: Mahayana Buddhism
102(1)
Jainism
103(2)
China: Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism
105(11)
The Idealist: Confucius and His Teachings
106(1)
The Reformer: Mencius and the Confucian Consensus
107(1)
The Mystic: Lao Tzu and Taoism
107(2)
The Totalitarians: Legalism
109(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Military Innovations
111(1)
The Three Ideologies Compared
111(1)
The Brief Rise and Fall of the Ch'in
112(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Slavery and Volatile Social Status
113(3)
Summary and Comparisons
116(1)
Selected Sources
117(4)
Internet Links
118(1)
Comparative Essay 3 The Defining Characteristics of Great Empires
119(2)
The Age of Great Empires
121(52)
Macedonian Conquest and Hellenistic Empires
122(8)
The Father: Philip
123(1)
The Mother: Olympias
123(1)
The Son: Alexander
124(2)
A Sophisticated, Cosmopolitan Society and Economy
126(1)
An Age of Scientific Advances
127(1)
Escapism and Individualism in Hellenistic Culture
128(2)
The Rise and Decline of Roman Power in the Mediterranean World
130(14)
The Early Roman Republic
130(3)
The Roman Conquest of Italy and the Mediterranean
133(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Women's Rights: A Test Case in Republican Rome?
134(2)
The Breakdown of the Republic and the Rise of Augustus
136(2)
Roman Cultural Developments
138(3)
Politics, Society, and Economics in the Early Empire
141(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures ``The Going Rate'': Wages and Prices in the Roman Empire and China
143(1)
Decay and Temporary Recovery in the Later Roman Empire
143(1)
The Emergence and Disintegration of the Mauryan Empire
144(11)
Persian and Greek Precursors
145(1)
The Rise of Chandragupta Maurya
145(1)
Emperor Asoka
146(3)
Culture of the Asokan Age
149(3)
Life under the Mauryans
152(1)
Successor States to the Mauryan Empire
153(1)
Kushan Culture: Buddhism in a Cosmopolitan Setting
153(2)
China's First Imperial Age: The Han Dynasty
155(12)
The Han Dynasty, 202 B.C.E.-220 C.E.
156(3)
Han Government
159(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Mathematical Problems in the Ancient World
160(1)
The Land and People
161(1)
Cities, Manufacturing, and Commerce
162(1)
The Silk Road: Link between East and West
163(2)
Connections in Migration The Silk Road
165(2)
Summary and Comparisons
167(1)
Selected Sources
168(5)
Internet Links
169(1)
Comparative Essay 4 The Decline and Fall of Empires
170(3)
Disruption and Renewal in West Asia and Europe
173(50)
Political, Religious, and Social Unrest in Palestine: 63 B.C.E.-73 C.E.
174(4)
Palestine under Roman Rule
175(1)
Religious Ferment
176(1)
A Noble Social Experiment: The Essenes
176(2)
Early Christianity
178(5)
The Origins of Christianity
178(3)
The Triumph of Christianity
181(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Women and the Medical Professions in Late Antiquity
182(1)
Upheaval and Transition in Western Europe
183(12)
The Fall of the Roman Empire in the West
183(2)
The Germanic States of Western Europe
185(1)
The Triumph and Disintegration of the Carolingian Empire
186(3)
Religious and Cultural Developments in Early Western Europe
189(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Food for Buddhist and Christian Monks
190(1)
Europe under Siege: A New Wave of Invaders
191(2)
Feudal Relationships
193(1)
Connections in Migration Vikings
194(1)
Europe in the Middle Ages
195(11)
Economic and Social Changes in the Countryside
195(1)
The Growth of Trade and the Development of Towns
196(2)
The Theory and Practice of Christianity
198(3)
Jews in Medieval European Life
201(1)
Feudal Monarchy in Western Europe
201(1)
The Spiritual and Intellectual Life of the Later Middle Ages
202(2)
Medieval Literature, Art, and Architecture
204(2)
The East Roman or Byzantine Empire
206(6)
Life in the Byzantine Empire in 500
206(2)
Justinian I
208(1)
The Empire's Neighbors
209(1)
Religious Issues
209(2)
Decline of Empire
211(1)
Islam and Islamic Empires
212(8)
Muhammad: A Religious and Political Leader
212(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures People of the Book
214(1)
The First Four Caliphs and Islamic Conquests
215(2)
The Umayyad Caliphate
217(1)
The Split between Sunnis and Shi'i
218(1)
The Establishment of the Abbasid Caliphate
219(1)
Summary and Comparisons
220(1)
Selected Sources
221(2)
Internet Links
222(1)
Disruption and Renewal in South and East Asia
223(52)
India From the Guptas to the Muslim Dynasties
224(8)
The Gupta Empire, Harsha, and the Rajputs
225(2)
Religious Developments: Hinduism and Buddhism
227(1)
Art, Architecture, Life, and Culture
228(3)
India under the Impact of Islam
231(1)
Indianized Southeast Asia
232(6)
Indian Economic and Cultural Expansion
232(2)
Mainland Southeast Asia
234(2)
Island Southeast Asia
236(2)
China's Second Imperial Age
238(12)
Political Turmoil and Barbarian Invasions
238(2)
Buddhism in China
240(2)
China Reunified: the Sui and T'ang Dynasties
242(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Cultural Borrowing and Adaptation---The Chair
244(1)
An Enlightened Government and a Prosperous Economy
245(1)
China and the World Beyond
245(1)
The Apogee of Buddhism
246(2)
The Golden Age of Poetry and Sculpture
248(2)
China Partitioned: The Sung And Nomadic Dynasties, 960-1279
250(7)
A Checkered History
251(1)
Difficulties in the Pursuit of Peace and War
252(2)
Dynamic Neo-Confucianism and Stagnat Buddhism
254(1)
Age of Refinement in Culture and the Arts
255(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Companionable and Bossy Wives
256(1)
Two Sinicized States
257(3)
Korea
257(1)
Vietnam
258(2)
Connections in Migration The Mariners of Oceania
260(1)
Japan: The Merging of Chinese and Native Cultures
260(10)
Geography and Early History
261(1)
The Adoption of Chinese Civilization
262(3)
Departures from Chinese Models
265(1)
Language and the Arts in the Nara and Heian Periods
265(1)
Early Feudal Japan
266(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Japanese Adaptations
268(1)
Religion and Social Life during the Early Feudal Era
269(1)
Summary and Comparisons
270(1)
Selected Sources
271(4)
Internet Links
272(1)
Comparative Essay 5 Cultural Borrowing and Cultural Isolation
273(2)
Developing Civilizations
275(34)
Mesoamerican Civilization
276(8)
Urban Splendor: Teotihuacan
276(2)
The Integration of Mesoamerican Civilization: The Maya
278(3)
Mesoamerican Imperialism: The Aztecs
281(2)
Connections in Culture Cahokia: Mound Building Center in North America
283(1)
Andean Civilization
284(6)
The Artistry of the Moche Culture
284(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Women and Religious Rituals
286(1)
Amerindian Social Engineering: The Inka
286(4)
African Cultures
290(15)
Geographic and Social Diversity in Africa
290(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Folk Wisdom
291(1)
Islamic North Africa
292(1)
Christian Ethiopia
293(2)
The Bantu
295(2)
Successor States: Kingdoms of Gold and Salt
297(3)
Prosperous West African Kingdoms
300(2)
The States of Central Africa
302(1)
Commercial Wealth in East Africa
302(2)
Inland Cities in Southern Africa
304(1)
Summary and Comparisons
305(1)
Selected Sources
305(4)
Internet Links
306(1)
Comparative Essay 6 The Development of International Trade
307(2)
Three Continets: Conflict and Commerce
309(44)
The Golden Age of Islam
310(8)
Life under the Abbasids
310(1)
Abbasid Decline
311(1)
The Glories of Muslim Spain
312(1)
Islamic Theology, Philosophy, and Science
313(1)
Connections in Culture Women in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
314(1)
Major Architectural Achievements
315(1)
Islamic Literature and the ``Lively Arts''
316(2)
The Crusades
318(7)
Crusading Zeal
318(1)
The Divided Muslim World
319(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Schools and Universities
320(1)
The Crusader States
321(1)
Muslim Counterattacks
322(2)
Cultural and Commercial Exchanges
324(1)
The Mongol Conquest of Eurasia
325(9)
Genghis Khan, the World Conqueror, 1155-1227
326(2)
Genghis Khan's Heritage
328(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Treasures from Royal Tombs
329(1)
Mongol Domains under Genghis Khan's Heirs
330(1)
Kubilai Khan's Empire
331(2)
The Last Mongol Conquests in West Asia and Russia
333(1)
The Mongol Legacy
334(7)
The Yuan Dynasty
334(2)
The Il-Khanate of Persia
336(1)
The Golden Horde
337(1)
The Khanate of Chagatai
338(1)
The Empire of Timurlane
339(1)
The Legacy of Mongol Imperialism
340(1)
New Dynasties in West Asia
341(7)
The Flowering of Islamic Culture in Persia
342(1)
The Mamluk Dynasties
342(2)
The House of Osman
344(2)
The Conquest of Constantinople
346(2)
Summary and Comparisons
348(1)
Selected Sources
349(4)
Internet Links
349(1)
Comparative Essay 7 European Imperialism through the End of the Seventeenth Century
350(3)
Emerging Global Interrelations
353(46)
The Rival Ottoman and Safavid Empires
354(8)
Ottoman Territorial Expansion and Government
355(2)
Social and Economic Life in the Ottoman Empire
357(1)
Cultural and Artistic Achievements
358(1)
The Imperial Safavids
359(2)
Architecture, and Fine Arts, and Literature in Persia
361(1)
Wars between the Rival Empires
362(1)
The Culture of the Renaissance in Europe
362(9)
The Origins of the Renaissance: Italian Literature and Humanism
363(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Racy Tales
364(2)
Renaissance Art in Italy
366(2)
The Renaissance Outside Italy
368(2)
Women and the Renaissance
370(1)
European Nation-States and the Reformation
371(11)
The Centralization of Western European Monarchies
372(1)
The Background of the Protestant Reformation
373(1)
Martin Luther Breaks with the Church
374(3)
Protestant Reformers after Luther
377(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Life in Geneva and Venice in the Sixteenth Century
378(1)
Women and the Reformation
379(1)
The Roman Catholic or Counter-Reformation
380(1)
European Expansion
381(1)
African Kingdoms, European Contacts, and the Slave Trade
382(5)
European Entry into Africa
382(1)
Dutch Settlements in South Africa
383(2)
The Slave Trade in Africa
385(2)
European Colonial Empires in the Western Hemisphere
387(8)
Early European Exploration of the Western Hemisphere
388(1)
Spanish Conquests in Mexico and South America
389(1)
Rival Empires in the Western Hemisphere
390(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures New Stuff on Your Plate
392(3)
Summary and Comparisons
395(1)
Selected Sources
396(3)
Internet Links
397(2)
Asia in the Early Modern Era
399(54)
Early European Colonization of Southeast Asia
400(9)
A Kaleidoscope of States and Cultures
400(1)
Southeast Asia: Magnet for Europeans
401(1)
Portuguese and Spanish Empires
401(3)
Connections in Culture Coffee and Tea
404(1)
Dutch and English Empires
404(4)
Life in Southeast Asia
408(1)
The Moghul Dynasty
409(10)
Rise and Fall of Moghul Rule
410(1)
Moghul Absolutism
411(2)
Society and Economy under the Moghuls
413(2)
Diverse and Divisive Religions
415(2)
Artistic Fusion in Architecture and Painting
417(2)
The Ming Dynasty
419(9)
Ming History
420(2)
An Autocratic Government and a Conservative Military
422(1)
The Economy, Society, and Educational System
423(3)
Vibrant Culture and Arts
426(1)
Early Contacts with Europeans
427(1)
The Ch'ing (Manchu) Dynasty At Its Height
428(10)
The Consolidation of Ch'ing Rule
429(2)
The Manchu Government: Traditions Continued
431(2)
The Final Flowering of the Traditional Economy and Society
433(1)
Missionaries, Foreign Relations, and Trade
434(2)
The Last Great Era of Traditional Culture and the Arts
436(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Marriage Customs in India and China
437(1)
A Centralized Feudal State in Japan
438(9)
The Building of a Centralized Feudal State
439(2)
Japan Becomes Isolationist
441(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Determining Political Succession
442(1)
Feudalism under the Tokugawa Shogunate
443(3)
Strains in the Late Tokugawa Era
446(1)
Summary and Comparisons
447(1)
Selected Sources
448(5)
Internet Links
449(1)
Comparative Essay 8 The Global Impact of Industrialization
450(3)
The West: 1600-1800
453(52)
Absolutism and Constitutionalism in Europe
454(10)
The Foundations of Absolutism
454(1)
The Eclipse of Spain
455(1)
The Pinnacle of Royal Absolutism: France under Louis XIV
456(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures The Pageantry of Versailles
458(1)
Classicism and the Spread of French Cultural Influences
459(1)
The Rise of Constitutionalism in England
460(1)
The Triumph of Parliament
461(2)
Life in England in the Era of Constitutional Development
463(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Inventing Childhood
464(1)
Intellectual and Scientific Developments: The Age of Reason
464(9)
The Scientific Revolution
465(1)
The New Scientists
466(2)
The Enlightenment
468(1)
The Philosophes
469(2)
The Arts in the Age of Enlightenment
471(2)
Eastern Europe and the Age of Enlightened Despotism
473(4)
Enlightened Despotism
473(1)
Habsburg Revival and Austrian Absolutism
473(1)
Hohenzollern Power and Prussian Absolutism
474(1)
Autocracy in Russia
475(2)
The Development of Latin American Culture
477(6)
A Multiracial Society
478(1)
The Life of the Masses in Latin America
478(1)
Connections in Migration Forced Migration, 1600-1800
479(1)
Mercantilist Theory and Spanish American Reality
480(1)
Church and State in Spanish America
481(1)
Spanish American Culture: Derivation and Innovation
482(1)
Cultural Evolution and Political Independence in British North America
483(7)
The Multiracial Basis of British North America
483(1)
A New Economy and Society for the Common Settler
484(1)
A New Political Process
485(1)
The Enlightenment in North America
486(1)
Colonial Unrest and Colonial War
487(1)
The United States of America
488(2)
The Global Contest for Empire and the Onset of the Industrial Revolution
490(9)
Exploration in the Pacific, Competition in North America
490(1)
Competing Colonial Systems
491(4)
The Developing Global Economy
495(1)
The Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution
495(3)
New Industries
498(1)
Summary and Comparisons
499(1)
Selected Sources
500(5)
Internet Links
501(2)
Comparative Essay 9 Nationalism: An Emerging Global Force
503(2)
The Modernization of the Western World
505(60)
The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era
506(13)
The Old Regime
506(2)
The Last Days of the Old Regime
508(1)
Forging a New Order: The Moderate Stage
508(3)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Charlotte Corday and the Murder of Marat
511(1)
From the Reign of Terror to the End of the Revolution
512(2)
Women and the French Revolution
514(1)
The Rise of Napoleon
515(1)
The Consulate
515(2)
Napoleon's Empire: From Triumph to Collapse
517(2)
Reform and Revolution in the Nineteenth Century
519(10)
Restoration and Conservatism versus Reform and Revolution
520(2)
Revolt and Independence in Latin America
522(4)
1848: The Year of Revolutions
526(3)
Nationalism and Political Conflict in the West: 1848-1914
529(11)
The Second Napoleonic Empire
529(1)
The Triumph of Nationalism in Italy
529(3)
The Unification of Germany
532(2)
The United States Creates an Indivisible National Union
534(2)
Austria-Hungary and Russia: Multinational Empires
536(1)
European Political Developments to 1914
537(3)
The Spread of Industrialization and the Appearance of Industrialized Society
540(10)
The Spread of Industrialization
540(2)
New Industries in the Nineteenth Century
542(1)
The Rise of Big Business
542(2)
Connections in Migration Global Economy, Regional Migration
544(1)
Social Classes in the Industrial Age
545(2)
Women's Work and the Family
547(1)
Marx Predicts the Triumph of Socialism
547(2)
Industrialization and Social Reforms
549(1)
Western Cultural and Intellectual Trends
550(8)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Classical Greece: A Perennial Source of Inspiration
551(1)
The Romantic Movement in Literature, Art, and Music
551(3)
Materialism and Realism in Philosophy and Literature
554(1)
``Survival of the Fittest'' in Science and Society
555(1)
The Development of Culture in the Americas
556(2)
Summary and Comparisons
558(2)
Selected Sources
560(5)
Internet Links
561(1)
Comparative Essay 10 Total War
562(3)
The Race for Empire and World War I
565(50)
Causes of Imperialism and The Partition of Africa
566(7)
Imperial Motivations
566(3)
Europe Partitions Africa
569(2)
African Resistance
571(2)
The Boer War
573(1)
Western Imperialism in the Middle East and Asia
573(11)
Ottoman Reforms and Territorial Losses
574(1)
The Eastern Question
575(2)
Imperial Gains in Asia
577(1)
India: The Jewel in the Crown of the British Empire
578(1)
Protecting India: Imperialist Confrontations in Asia
579(1)
British Settlement of Australasia
580(1)
The European Onslaught on the Ch'ing Empire in China
581(1)
Connections in Migration Empire and Migration
582(2)
Japan and the United States Become World Powers
584(4)
Japanese Imperialism
585(1)
The Rise of the United States
585(1)
The United States Becomes an Imperialist Power
586(1)
The Caribbean Becomes a U.S. Lake
586(1)
The United States and Canada
587(1)
U.S. Expansion in Asia
588(1)
The Causes and Course of World War I
588(12)
The Underlying Causes of the Conflict
589(1)
Bismarckian Diplomacy
590(1)
The Post-Bismarck Era
590(1)
Conflicts and Compromises, 1907-1914
591(1)
Archduke Francis Ferdinand's Assassination Leads to War
591(3)
The Controversy over Responsibility
594(1)
Stalemate on the Western Front
595(1)
The Eastern Front
595(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures The Fighting Goodyears
596(1)
The War outside Europe
596(1)
The Home Front
597(1)
Women and the War
598(1)
American Entry and the Collapse of the Central Powers
599(1)
Postwar Settlements and the Interwar Years
600(10)
The Paris Peace Conference and the Versailles Treaty
600(2)
The Settlements with the Other Central Powers
602(1)
Evaluation of the Peace Treaties
602(2)
The League of Nations
604(1)
Germany under the Weimar Republic
605(1)
The Quest for International Security
606(1)
The Victorious Democracies in the 1920s
607(1)
The Great Depression
608(2)
Summary and Comparisons
610(1)
Selected Sources
611(4)
Internet Links
612(1)
Comparative Essay 11 Antiimperialism
613(2)
Twentieth-Century Political and Cultural Ferment
615(50)
Independence Movements in West Asia, Africa, and Mexico
616(11)
Three Conflicting Agreements Regarding the Arab World
617(3)
Modernism versus Tradition
620(2)
African Revolts against Foreign Domination
622(1)
The Emergence of African Political Organizations
623(2)
Social Revolution in Mexico
625(2)
Struggles for Independence in South and East Asia
627(10)
British Rule and the Bith of Modern India
627(1)
Indian Nationalist Awakening
628(2)
A Changing Indian Society
630(1)
Nationalist Opposition in Southeast Asia
631(1)
The Chinese Nationalists Triumph
631(2)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Nontraditional Schools
633(1)
The Twin Challenges of Communism and Japanese Imperialism
633(2)
A Changing Chinese Society
635(2)
The Soviet Union, 1917-1939
The Last Years of the Tsarist Regime
637(1)
The Provisional Government Succeeds the Tsar
637(1)
Lenin and the Bolsheviks Seize Power
638(1)
The Bolshevik Regime, 1918-1924
639(2)
The Deadly Struggle for the Succession to Lenin
641(1)
The Stalin Dictatorship
642(1)
Life and Culture in the Soviet Union
643(1)
Soviet Foreign Policy
644(1)
Twentieth-Century Scientific, Technological, and Economic Developments
644(12)
Scientific Advances in the Age of Einstein
645(1)
Major Trends in Biology, Anthropology, and Psychology
646(2)
New Trends in Technology
648(2)
Changing Patterns of Economic Organization
650(1)
Connections in Culture Diasporas and Culture
651(1)
Societal Changes and Women's Rights
652(4)
Twentieth-Century Social and Cultural Patterns
656(5)
Philosophic Trends: Secularism, Pragmatism, Existentialism
656(1)
Secularism versus Religion
657(1)
Social Thought in the Contemporary Era
657(1)
Modernism and the Arts
658(2)
Popular Culture
660(1)
Summary and Comparisons
661(1)
Selected Sources
662(3)
Internet Links
663(2)
The Interwar Years, World War II, and the Cold War
665(40)
Militarism, Fascism, and Nazism
666(8)
Militarism in Japan
667(1)
Totalitarian Regimes in Europe
668(1)
Fascism in Italy
668(1)
Nazism in Germany
669(1)
Nazi State and Society
670(1)
Authoritarian Regimes in the Iberian Peninsula
671(1)
Personalist Dictatorships in Latin America
672(1)
Connections in Migration Murder and Nationhood
673(1)
Aggression in Asia and Europe
674(5)
Japanese Aggression against China
675(1)
Fascist Italy's Aggressions
676(1)
Nazi Aggression in Europe
676(3)
World War II and Postwar Settlements
679(16)
Japan Launches All-Out War against China
680(1)
Axis Advances in Europe
681(3)
The United States Enters the War
684(2)
Hitler's ``New Order''
686(1)
The Home Front
687(2)
The War in North Africa and the Invasion of Italy
689(1)
Allied Victory in Europe
690(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures What Goes Around Comes Around: Tannenberg and Stalingrad
691(1)
The Defeat of Japan
692(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Hollywood and the Two World Wars
693(1)
Settlements with Germany and Japan
694(1)
Cold War in Europe
695(7)
The Beginning of the Cold War: 1945-1949
696(1)
Economic and Political Divisions
697(1)
Cold War Military Expansion
698(4)
Summary and Comparisons
702(2)
Selected Sources
704(1)
Internet Links
704(1)
Global Conflicts during the Cold War: 1945-1989
705(40)
The Triumph of Nationalist Struggles for Independence
706(9)
Imperialism in Decline
706(1)
The British Empire in Asia Collapses
707(3)
Independent African Nations
710(5)
The Superpowers and the New Nations
715(1)
The Cold War in Asia and Africa
715(7)
Communism Wins in China
717(1)
The Korean War
718(1)
Escalating War in Vietnam
719(2)
The Cold War in Africa
721(1)
Conflict in Latin America
722(9)
Demographic, Economic, and Social Trends
724(2)
Connections in Migration Families and Cities
726(1)
Marxism in a Cold War Context: Castro's Revolution in Cuba
727(1)
The Cuban Missile Crisis
728(1)
The United States Combats Marxism throughout Latin America
729(2)
The Rise of Representative Government in Latin America
731(1)
Shifting World Alliances
731(9)
The United States since 1960
732(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Counterculture in the 1960s and 1970s
733(1)
The Soviet Union from Khrushchev to Gorbachev
734(1)
European Political Trends
734(1)
Economic Recovery and Prosperity
735(2)
Superpower Confrontations and Detentes
737(2)
The Arms Race and Disarmament
739(1)
Summary and Comparisons
740(1)
Selected Sources
741(4)
Internet Links
741(2)
Comparative Essay 12 Regionalism and Internationalism
743(2)
Life in a Multipolar World: The Post-Cold War Era
745(31)
The Collapse of the Soviet Union and Changes in Europe
746(5)
Democracy and Capitalism in Post-Cold War Europe
747(1)
The Soviet Empire Crumbles
748(1)
New Economic Alliances and Problems
749(1)
Ethnic Diversity and Conflict
750(1)
Ongoing Conflict and Changes in West Asia and Africa
751(9)
The Israeli-Palestinian-Arab Conflict
751(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Political Humor
752(3)
Crises in the Persian Gulf Region
755(2)
Struggles for Equality in the Republic of South Africa
757(2)
Political, Social, and Economic Issues in Africa
759(1)
Major Challenges Confronting the Post-Cold War World
760(13)
Struggles for Democracy
761(2)
Struggles for Gender and Social Equality
763(1)
Technological and Economic Challenges
764(1)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Monumental Structures
765(4)
Lives and Times Across Cultures Environmental Cleanups
769(1)
Environmental Challenges
769(2)
Cultural Interactions and Tensions
771(1)
Connections in Culture Identities in a Global Age
772(1)
Summary and Comparisons
773(1)
Selected Sources
774(2)
Internet Links
775(1)
Romanizing Chinese Words 776(1)
Glossary 777(14)
Index 791

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