The cause for which suffragists had fought for nearly two centuries
The strength of anti-Semitism in France and other parts of Western Europe
The unfair taxation of serfs and others who did not have representation
The brutality of the French Revolution and its lingering affects on soldiers
It leveled the playing field for all nations and regions of the world, whether developed or not.
B. It gave a new found advantage to those countries that had traditionally been less-developed by bringing industry to them.
It promoted competition between industrialized nations and increased poverty in less-developed countries.
It all but eliminated trade for a time, leaving nations who still depended on foreign goods in dire need.
Demanding all industry and business be government-owned and operated.
Allowing for strong government involvement in the setting of working conditions for industry and business.
Letting owners of industry and business set working conditions without government interference.
Requiring that owners of industry and business not set any working conditions.
* commercial enterprise.
* new technologies.
* overseas trade.
* the population.
* inland areas to coastal areas.
* small cities to large cities.
* market centers to manufacturing centers.
* agricultural settings to urban settings.
* dependence on foreign markets
* exploitation of natural resources
* the high cost of new machinery
* unfair distribution of wealth
* scientific observation.
* social criticism.
* food prices decrease*
* population increase*
* the number of farmers increase*
* the average size of farms increase*
* factory working conditions
* the quality of clothing
* the average person's diet
* living conditions for the average worker
* educational opportunities
* preservation of the environment
* affordability of consumer goods
* wars and epidemics to kill off excess people.
* public ownership of the means of production.
* the complete independence of each individual.
* the greatest good for the greatest number of people.
* leave the economy alone.
* actively plan the economy.
* destroy the economy.
* allow the economy to be controlled by the bourgeoise.
* Both endured long working hours.
* Both suffered job losses due to progress.
* Both lived in climates of social restructuring.
* All of these
* The British blockade forced it to develop its own industries.
* Materials left over from the war influenced new American inventions.
* British prisoners from the war greatly increased the U.S. workforce.
* Under the Treaty of Ghent, Britain assisted in U.S. industry.
* It was the driving force behind imperialism.
* It weakened economic ties between nations.
* Industrialized nations exploited their overseas colonies for slaves.
* all of these
* Working classes worldwide demanded a "dictatorship of the proletariat."
* Marx and Engels's predictions proved correct as economic forces alone ruled society.
* In the 1900s, Marxism inspired revolutionaries such as Russia's Lenin.
* During 1848 and 1849 revolts shook Europe but were suppresse*
* Socialism and communism are two words for the same ideology.
* Socialism and communism are two completely different and unrelated ideologies.
* Communism is a form of complete socialism in which the people own all production and property.
* Communism gives control of a country to its people and socialism gives control of industry to the people.
* long working hours
* illness caused by unhealthy living conditions
* inadequate housing
* excessive garbage
* protect the nation's industries from foreign competition
* establish minimum wages and maximum working hours
* give government complete control of the means of production
* refuse to interfere in either domestic or international economic matters