Historical Globalization Key Terms

Historical Globalization Key Terms

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  • Imperialism is domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country of region.
  • Our land is ours, everything that this place holds is ours, so get lost.
  • The Grand Exchange is process when Christopher Columbus, brought seeds, fruit trees, and livestock to the Americas where they were cultivated and became staples. In return, native North American species were exported to Europe.
  • We don't trust you, I bet you're gonna want "more" of our stuff, rather than spices.
  • You guys might influence our culture and change it.
  • Mercantilism is a system which a country attempts to amass wealth through trade with other countries.
  • Historical Globalization is a period that is often identified as beginning in 1492, when Christopher Columbus started his first voyage to the Caribbean, and ending after World War II, when United States and the Soviet Union emerged in superpowers.
  • Christopher Columbus is a selfish person, we dont like him.
  • Capitalism is an economic system that advocates free, trade, competition, and choices as a means of achieving prosperity.
  • I heard that capitalism is bad and can lead to Inequality.
  • Historical Globalization
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