HISTORY 5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Gay Liberation, Functional Requirements For Bibliographic Records, Berlin Wall

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1 Dec 2016
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Shagan"s review section: next tues same place/time as class. Same format as midterm exam; more ids, longer timeline, 2 essays; cumulative but weighted to second half of class: introduction. Europe suddenly began losing empires; has been losing them since at an astonishing rate tw 1945-1970, over 40 countries ( world"s pop) had thrown off colonial overlords; by. 1980, member states of un had been founded since 1956 in addition to that story, w. eur itself has a decolonization - assoc w/ student + women"s movements of 1960s, another kind of liberation. And decolonizatn in e. eur w/ fall of su lots of surprising similarities tw these 3 stories. Causes in europe lots of eur causes of decolonization don"t directly involve rebels in colonies themselves. States exhausted by war resources pour into creating welfare states; strong incentive (nothing to do w/ ideology) that it"s too much work/$ to administer huge enterprises abroad.

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