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protecting domestic producers by limiting, through tariffs or quotas, the import of foreign goods and services
protectionism
Increase in the prices for goods and services
inflation
an economic system in which both the government and private enterprise control most consumer goods
mixed economy
a type of government where a king is the ruler of the nation, but there is a constitution that he follows to govern the people
constitutional monarchy
a type of government where a religious leader rules a nation according to the principles of a holy book
theocracy
a type of government where a queen has total control of a nation. Her word is law.
absolute monarchy
the reduction of armed forces and weapons
disarmament
a type of government where representatives, such as a president are elected by voters
presidential democracy
Why did imperialists want to expand into territories? What were three motives of imperialists in the late 1800s?
-wanted to spread Christianity
-belief in social darwinism (strongest country would deserve to rule)
-wanted natural resources and raw materials and new markets
What would citizen's role be in selecting leaders in dictatorships and absolute monarchies?
dictatorships & absolute monarchies -have no roles in either government.
absolute monarchy the power to rule is inherited so people are not able to have a say--the power to rule is by divine right rule and inherited
dictatorship-- citizens do not pick these rulers-- these rulers take control of a government by force
What were the 4 main causes of World War I?
M Militarism
A Alliances
I Imperialism
N Nationalism
militarism
nations were having arms races with each other to prove they were the strongest and most powerful nations so this was a cause of WWI
Alliances
alliances were formed among nations to protect from outside attacks. When another country would attack an ally country, this would cause that country to come to their defense which which was a cause of WWI (countries were forming alliances)
Imperialism
Imperialism help lead to WWI because dominating countries were in search of natural resources and markets needed to expand into other territories which caused conflicts.
Nationalism
Countries were having extreme pride and devotion in their country and willing to defend it. This was another cause of WWI
Imperialism
Imperialism help lead to WWI because dominating countries were in search of natural resources and markets needed to expand into other territories which caused conflicts.
Nationalism
Countries were having extreme pride and devotion in their country and willing to defend it. This was another cause of WWI