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World At the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

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an ideology that argues a society can be run without rules or a government and that the abolition of these things will lead to freedom, equality and justice
hostility or hatred towards Jewish people
absolute rule or government by one person
An economic system based on private ownership of capital
a political and economic system in which all wealth and property are shared to eliminate exploitation, oppression, and the need for political institutions
opposition to radical change with a tendency to support existing institutions
government in which leaders rule with consent of the citizens
a doctrine or movement advocating equal rights for women in social and political life
a framework of beliefs that guides actions
European countries took over territories in Asia and Africa in the 1800s and used them for resources and wealth.
the process of moving towards large-scale mechanised industry, usually accompanied by urbanisation, rather than agriculture, crafts and trading
liberal democracy
a form of democracy where majority rule is underpinned by liberal rights such as freedom of speech, assembly and religious beliefs, and the right to private property, privacy and due legal process
A perspective that stresses the importance of cooperation, coordination, and non-violent modes of conflict resolution. Liberalism is important because it includes three main assumptions, including 1)States as primary actors, 2) states represent societal interests…
a political and economic theory that called for the abolition of private property and emphasised the role of the state in providing work and benefits for all leading eventually to a socialist order and a classless society
s "the belief or desire of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests."[1][2] It may …
appealed to many Germans; the German Confederation, led by Austria, some areas of Czechoslovakia and Poland
Marx says this will happen when the proletariat become dissatisfied
the reinforcement of divisions between religious groups
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc.)
a process, usually accompanied by industrialisation, where people move from traditional life in the countryside to towns and cities