Essay on Woman: Opium and Middle Class

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chapter 19
1. Amusement parkes offered the world a whole new form of enertainment
2. The economic developments of the late 19th century, combined with the transportation revolution that saw the growth of marine transport and railroads, fostered a true world economy
3. It changed some countries government
4. The women had to fill the roles of men
6. The cities expanded and the population increased. Sanitary reforms were made because of the filthy enviornment
7. the wealthy elite was on top(bankers) then the upper middle class( Doctors and lawyers, then the lowwer middle class(shopkeepers and traders), then the working class(landholding peasants)
8. Marrige went from being a ideal domesticity to a economic necessity
9. Custody and property rights were only a begining for the women's movement. In 1850, the womens movement entered the political arena
10. The women of the second industrial revolution went beyond the the traditonal role of a women
11. Factory owners wanted educated workers, so more schools open and the literacy rate went up
12. Leisure came to be veiwed as fun things that or done not related to work
14. Landholding elites controlled the government and they were careful to ensure thier power by regulating voting rights
15. It made other countries try to strengthen their own governments
16. Canada faced problems dealing with unity. The trust between english-speaking and french-speaking canadians were non-exsiting
18. the growth of trade unions; which began to advocate more radical change of the econmic system, and the emergence in 1900 of the labor party, which dedicated itself to workers interests caused the liberals to favor new social legislation

cahpter 21
1. Internal changes played a role in the dynasty's collapse and point out that at least some of the problems were self inflicted
2. Opium trade became more regular by the 17th century, when it was mixed with tobacco for smoking, and addiction was first recognized.Opium prohibition in China began in 1729, yet was followed by nearly two centuries of increasing opium use. China had a positive balance sheet in trading with the British, which led to a decrease of the British silver stocks.
3. Imperialism in Asia traces its roots back to the late 15th century with a series of voyages that sought a sea