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Post by jennifer shaw on March 9, 2016

Could you please tell me where the tests are for each section?

Period IV: New Forms Of Social Organization & Modes Of Production, Part I

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Spanish Coerced Labor 0:20
    • The Hacienda System
    • The Encomienda System
    • African Slaves
  • The Plantation System 4:06
    • Harvesting Sugar Cane
    • Similar To A Factory
    • Maroon Colonies
  • Enslaved Africans Sent To The Americas 9:05
    • African Slaves Used To Grow Sugar Cane
    • Massive Amount Of People Thrown Into Slavery
    • Trans Saharan Trade Routes
    • Demand For Slaves Raised
    • Opening Of Transportation
    • No End To Demand
  • Russia Serfs 12:09
    • Agricultural Workers
    • Land Owners Pushed For Slaves
  • Russian Landowners Play Cards 14:40
    • Picture- Gambling Using Serfs
  • Causes And Effects 16:41
    • Sugar Consumption And Demand- Could Be Both
    • Plantation System-Effect
    • Mita System-Peru Incas- Cause
    • American Peoples Weakness Against The Europeans-Effect
    • Spanish Laws Against Enslavement of Indigenous Americans-Effect
    • Widespread Adoption Of Catholic Christianity In Americas-Effect
    • Traditions Governing Relationships-Racial Mix-Effect
    • Racism-Both?
  • Multiple Causes, Multiple Effects 26:20
  • The Past Is A Foreign Country 26:42
    • Detritus-Junk Left Over From Past
    • Understanding POV
    • Patterns Emerge
    • Agree With Colleagues?
    • New Understandings and Interpretations Emerge
  • How Can I Learn All This Stuff? 31:32
    • Come Up With What is Striking
    • You Do Thinking Of Past
    • Learning New Material Tied To What You Know
    • Problem Of Time Factor
    • Problem Of Size Factor
  • Reviewing Main Concept 34:54
    • Traditional Peasant Agriculture Increased And Changed