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Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part V

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Variety Of Responses To Global Capitalism 0:28
    • Attempts to Change Capitalism
    • Change For The Better
    • More Stuff
    • Light
    • Communicate
    • For The Worse-Children Work
    • People In Non-Industrializing Areas
    • Elite Benefited
    • Ordinary People Suffer
  • Children Working Past 7 PM 6:32
  • Children Reporting To The Night Shift 7:24
  • What Does It All Mean 7:39
    • Some People Benefit
    • Owners Of Factories
    • Some People Have It Not So Good
    • Children Working
    • Working In The City
    • Free-For-All
    • Individualism
    • Bad With Good
    • Who's Running The Show
    • Government
    • Industrialist
    • Answers To Downsides of Industrial Capitalism
  • Reaction to Children Working 15:44
    • Welfare
    • Child Labor Laws
    • Compulsory Education
    • Playgrounds
    • Work Permits
  • Unions Form And Seek Goals 18:42
    • Combination Act of 1799 (Great Britain)
    • Repealed
    • Reenacted
  • Unions Have A Rough Start 19:53
    • Great Railway Strike
  • Alternate Visions To Capitalism 21:37
    • Utopian Socialism
    • Anarchism
    • Marxism
  • Karl Marx And Communism 24:06
    • Bourgeoisie
    • Proletariat
    • Two New Classes
    • Struggle Involves Violence
  • Meanwhile In China And the Ottoman Empire 32:34
    • Conservative Societies
  • State Sponsored Responses To Industrialization 34:11
    • Modernizing
    • Meiji Restoration In Japan
    • Self-Strengthening Movement
  • Reform Within Industrial Capitalism 37:26
    • Public Education
    • Limit Working Hours
    • Social Security System
    • Expansion Of Suffrage
  • Main Concept 41:56
    • Global Capitalism-Variety Of Responses