Answer 4 of 6 history short answers based on one source/the textbook Forging the Modern World (second edition) Short Answer Questions: PLEASE ANSWER ONLY 4 OF THE FOLLOWING 6 QUESTIONS: (each 150-250 words each) **Do not provide generalizations in these answers. I don’t want answers that “generally” discuss political or economic structures and changes. You MUST focus on the specific examples in each question. To not do so will weaken your answers. AND – be sure to read the questions carefully and answer all parts of each question. *By costs and benefits I mean – who did it help and who did it hurt? 1. One of our framing questions asks: How do political structures form in a global context and what are the costs and benefits of various political structures? FOCUS ON FASCISM and answer: What was fascism? Where and WHY (provide 3 examples of why) did it spread in the 1930s, and what were the costs and benefits (meaning – costs and benefits to whom) (provide 2 costs and 2 benefits)? 2. One of our framing questions asks: How do economic systems of oppression develop globally – in other words, what are the costs and benefits of economic development? FOCUS ON THE 2ND WAVE OF INDUSTRIALIZATION and answer: What were the factors that led to the 2nd industrial revolution (provide 3 and be specific – not just “technology” for example, but specific technologies), its outcomes (provide 3), and whom did it benefit (and not benefit)? 3. One of our framing questions asks: What leads a society to change over time? Is it influenced by internal or external (international) factors? And how do internal and external factors work together to affect change? FOCUS ON WWI (NOT WWII) and answer: What were the internal factors (provide 2 – can choose any country/countries) and external/international factors (provide 2) that led to WWI, and how did they work together to lead to WWI? 4. One of our framing questions asks: What leads a society to change over time? Is it influenced by internal or external (international) factors? And how do internal and external factors work together to affect change? FOCUS ON WWII (NOT WWI) and answer: What were the internal factors (provide 2 – can choose any country/countries) and external/international factors (provide 2) that led to WWII, and how did they work together to lead to WWII? 5. One of our framing questions asks: Does economic development hinge upon the oppression of some? How do economic systems of oppression develop globally and what are the costs and benefits of economic development.? FOCUS ON THE GLOBAL ECONOMY OF THE 21ST CENTURY and answer: What are the factors that make up the global economy (provide 4) and whom does this economy benefit (provide one country or group) and alternatively oppress (provide one country or group)? 6. One of our framing questions asks: How do political structures form in a global context? What are the costs and benefits of various political structures? FOCUS ON THE COLD WAR and answer: While the Cold War essentially pitted the US (with the ideology of democracy and capitalism) against the USSR (with the ideology of communism and socialism), many more countries in the world were affected. Which other countries (or collections of countries) were particularly affected by the Cold War (name 2)? What were the costs and/or benefits to the countries/groups of countries you listed above? (Name 2 costs and/or benefits for each of the countries – could be 2 benefits, 1 cost 1 benefit – whatever combination you) And, how did the governments of those countries affected react to these pressures (name one reaction for each of the two countries/groups of countries you listed above)?
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