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UTMHIS330H5PetrakosFall

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - United Fruit Company, Caudillo, Neocolonialism

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7 Jun 2014
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Stats: population 9. 3 million (today) area about the size of kentucky economy: bananas and coffeeilliteracy: 50% <today yearly income; 810 one telepho
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UTMHIS330H5PetrakosFall

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Bourbon Reforms, Absolute Monarchy, Invisible Hand

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7 Jun 2014
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Enlightenment, pre industrial practices, urban reform, creoles & limited monarchy, 7 years war, strain on colonies. Smith: liberation of these economie
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UTMHIS330H5PetrakosFall

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Tyrant, Far-Left Politics, Ruffles

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7 Jun 2014
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Section 1: terms, short answer part of exam, options. Growth of hensientes: control most of the resources large plantations, control all of the land. P
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UTMHIS330H5PetrakosFall

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Bourbon Reforms, French Revolution, Cochineal

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7 Jun 2014
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Active citizen : bourgeois, analysis through marxism (class conflict) what he sees is the rise of active citizen associating the active citizenry with
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UTMHIS330H5Kevin P.ColemanWinter

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Baruch Spinoza

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28 Apr 2013
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Bm draws his opinions on affect from spinoza and deluze. Affect, for deluze and spinoza, is an index of power: we may feel pain (a sad passion) when ou
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UTMHIS330H5PetrakosFall

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Constitution Of Cuba, Theodore Roosevelt, Platt Amendment

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7 Jun 2014
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UTMHIS330H5Kevin P.ColemanWinter

HIS330H5 Lecture Notes - Voer

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28 Apr 2013
28
Maybe this, maybe that, maybe we conivince the govt. improve. 236-246 the temporality of what is to come . Start the sentence before this to delimit th
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UTMHIS330H5Kevin P.ColemanWinter

Multitude notes.docx

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28 Apr 2013
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Multitude: an insurgent subject with the capacity for full autonomy it forms the constituent power. Individuals whom remain ind. and have the power of
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