Time Period 1914-Present Review for AP World History
By Peggy J. Martin — McGraw-Hill Professional
Updated on Mar 4, 2011
Period Five (1914–Present)
- Postwar governments of Western nations versus the Soviet bloc.
- Decolonization in Africa versus India.
- The effects of World War I versus the effects of World War II.
- The Russian Revolution versus the Chinese Revolution.
- Reactions of Western versus non-Western nations to U.S. consumer society.
- Female roles in China and the West.
- Patterns of immigration in the Eastern versus the Western hemispheres.
- Patterns of economic development in Africa versus Latin America.
- Global trade in the Pacific Rim versus the West.
- Political and economic conditions in Russia before and after communism.
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