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Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part II

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Industrialism Integrates Global Trade 0:37
    • Periphery
    • Colonies Provide Single Natural Resources
    • Rubber
    • Guano (Bat Poop)
  • Industrialization Puts Some Out Of Business 5:52
    • Textile Production In India
    • Calico
    • Madras
    • Textile Mills Need Raw Materials
    • Ghandi Reacts
  • Industrialization Needs New Markets 8:52
    • Opportunity In China
    • Government Cooperation
  • The McCartney Mission, 1793 10:13
  • Why Isn't On One Knee Enough? 13:02
  • Chinese Emperor's Letter To King George III 13:59
  • Extensive Mining Centers Developed 15:08
    • Copper From Mexico
    • Manufacturing Created Great Wealth
    • South Africa Gold Mines
    • Core And Periphery
  • The Main Concept 19:02
    • New Patterns Of Global Trade
    • Industrialists Sought Raw Materials And New Markets