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    Italian Unification Movements Italian unification l Background l After Napoleon, the Italian states were controlled by France. l Effect: l 1. They experienced the unity under the rule of an efficient government. l 2. They felt that they disliked being ruled by foreign countries, therefore nationalist feeling was aroused. l After the Congress of Vienna in 1815-16, they were divided into 8 states and the northern part of Italy was controlled by Austria-Hungary. l Again

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    Gandhi's Beliefs and Movements

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    History of Mohandas Gandhi's Beliefs and Movements Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was one of the leading spiritual, political, moral, and cultural leaders of the 1900's. He helped free India from British control by using a unique method of nonviolent resistance. Gandhi is honored by the people of India, as the father of their nation. He was slight in build, but had great physical and moral strength. He was assassinated, by an Indian, who resented his program of tolerance for all creeds and religions

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    The Populist and Progressive Movements The Populists and Progressive were form of movement that occurred during the outbreaks of the workers union after the civil war. The populists began during the late 1800s.The progressive began during the 1900s. There are many differences between these two movements, but yet these movements have many things that are similar. Farmers united to protect their interests, even creating a major political party. The party was called the peoples party which became

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    Indian Economic Movements Net losses at Tata Engineering Co (Telco) rose to Rs 60.36 crore, even as it struggled to absorb the full commissioning costs of its Rs 1,700 crore passenger car project. Turnover during the quarter was more encouraging, jumping 52 per cent to Rs 2,390 crore on the back of strong volume growth in the medium & heavy commercial vehicles segment and higher passenger car sales. Telco said it expected to break even towards the end of the year. Analysts said the Pune-based

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    Art Movements

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    Cubism was one of the strongest art movements in the 20th century that gave birth to many other movements such as futurism and suprematism. The Forefathers of this revolutionary way of painting were Pablo Picasso and George Braque. Although it may have seemed to be abstract and geometrical to an untrained eye, cubist art do depict real objects. The shapes are flattened onto canvas so that different sides of each shape can be shown simultaneously from many angles. This new style gave a 3 dimensional

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    Social Movements: The Environmental Movement

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    David E. Wilkins once said, “A critical element in nearly all effective social movements is leadership. For it is through smart, persistent, and authoritative leaders that a movement generates the appropriate concepts and language that captures the frustrations, anger, or fear of the group’s members, and places responsibility where it is warranted.” Social movements are defined to be basic avenues by which social change takes place in societies, often the carries of innovation that shape attitudes

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    Peace Movements: Yesterday And Today

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    Peace Movements: Yesterday And Today Once again our country seems on the edge of engaging in yet another undeclared war. As W.W.I was the war to end all wars, the Vietnam conflict was supposed to be the last military action that our government could depend on the blind patriotism of it’s citizens. The reason the Vietnam war ended was because of the peace movements that were born in the early 1960’s and evolved into a national movement by 1970 that eventually ended the war. The War Powers

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    social and political change known as counterculture arose and challenge era’s values. The counterculture movement was tremendously pervasive in spreading its values opposing and subsequently reversing the mainstream norms of the 1950s through the New Left, the anti-war movement, and the Hippie movement. In order to fully realize the accomplishments and magnitude of the counterculture movement, on must first understand the era preceding it: the 1950s. This was a time of extreme conservatism and conformity

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    Colombian Independence Movements A series of independence movements had marked most of South America, or “Nueva Granada” in particular during the vast time period of the early 16th century up until the late 18th century – early 19th century. An introduction of the time period which dates back to the late 15th century, illustrates how the Southern portion of the now Colombia had become a part of the Incan Empire whose central base had been located deep into Peru. Only the enlightened historians and

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    American Religious Movements

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    American Religious Movements: Fundamentalism and Its’ Influence on Evangelicalism American fundamentalism and American evangelicalism seem to go hand in hand. Evangelicalism and fundamentalism both stress life based on the bible, repentance, and a personal relationship with God. No one would deny the massive influence that fundamentalism had on evangelicalism or the similarities between the two. Although some historians would suggest that evangelicalism was experiential and sectarian while fundamentalism

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