Compare Japanese culture, technology society to Europe at that time?3-Why did the Japanese ruler expel missionaries?

PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS WITH APPROXIMATELY FIFTY (50) WORDS FOR EACH QUESTIONUnit Eleven:The Atlantic Revolutions, 1750-1830 C.E.CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX1. Many historians believe Napoleon to be the greatest mind in the modern Western world. Do you agree or disagree. Why?2. Why is the American Constitution viewed by historians as the culmination of the Age of Reason?3. The Age of Reason ended with the American Revolution and Constitution of the United States/>/>, while the Age of Romanticism begins with the French Revolution. Why were these revolutions so reflective of different time periods?Unit Twelve:Industry, Ideology, and Their Global Impact, 1700-1914 C.E.CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN1-Why did Marx assume that the proletariat must come to power? What did he say it would do once it attained power, and why? What inevitable result did he say would come about? 2-Were the roles and rights of women truly changing at this time? Why or why not? 3- According to Freud, how can rational thought influence one’s acceptance and/or understanding of Freudian theory? What was Freud’s impact on Western thinking? 4-What were the possible reasons why so many children were employed as workers. Why was child labor exploited more systematically during the Industrial Revolution than earlier? 5-Who were several of the key philosophers who represented the movement towards the secular? What was their perception of what the world would be like without the “hindrance” of religion? 6- How did the invention of steam power change industrialization? Unit Thirteen:Nation Building in North and South America, 1789-1914 C.E.CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT 1-What were the reasons for America’s rise to the level of world power?2-Did the United States exhibit the same characteristics as the states of Europe in its relations ith the non-western world?3-Why did Latin America lag behind Canada and the United States in the growth of economic and international power?Unit Fourteen:Confrontation and Adaptation in Eastern and Southern Asia, 1770-1914 C.E.CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE1-What was the state of Chinese culture at this time? Was China a literate culture as compared to Europe at that time?2-Compare Japanese culture, technology society to Europe at that time?3-Why did the Japanese ruler expel missionaries? Why did Japanese leaders object to Christianity and/or Christians? Were they reacting to a perceived threat from the West?Unit Fifteen:The Transformation of West Asia and Africa, 1800-1914 C.E.CHAPTER THIRTY1-What was the impact of the process started by the “Young Turks” on modern day Turkey? Do they provide an example for the rest of the Arab realm?2-Were there any benefits that Africa gained through colonialism?Unit Sixteen:The Great War and the Russian Revolution, 1890-1918 C.E.CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE1. Why did the outbreak of war in 1914 result in such an enthusiastic response, individually and collectively? Is the comment of some that too long a period of peace had given the populace of Europe a romantic and naïve view of war valid?2. How did conditions in Germany pave the way for a person like Hitler? How would you describe the mental state of the German people during the Great Depression?3. Some historians suggest that Europe never recovered from the mental damage done by WWI. Why do you think that is true/untrue?4. What conditions in Russia paved the way for Lenin? Do you believe that people overwhelmingly supported him and understood what change he intended to bring?Unit Seventeen:Anxieties and Ideologies of the Interwar Years, 1918-1939CHAPTER 321-What made Europe so susceptible to fascism and communism between the wars?Assignment Questions2- What did Hitler’s ideas and speeches reveal about his view of humanity and his knowledge of human needs and emotions? What developments since the early 1920s had made people feel “small” and “insecure”?3-What reason did the Japanese give for Japan/>/>’s need, and right, to expand its control of territory and resources? Is his argument at all convincing? Why or why not?Unit Eighteen-World War II and the Holocaust, 1933-1945 C.E.CHAPTER 331. How did Social Darwinism play into German policy towards the Jews and other subject peoples? How did Social Darwinism play into Japan’s quest for control of resources in its sphere of the world?2. Why did Japanese soldiers fight to the death? Did their ferocity bring on a more ferocious response from the allies?3. Read the description of the Holocaust in your text. Is the callousness revealed by the existence of “efficient,” adjacent murder and cremation facilities more the result of wartime pressures, ideology, or human viciousness? Explain the reasons behind your thinking.Unit Nineteen-East Versus West: Cold War and Its Global Impact, 1945-PresentCHAPTER 341. Was Communism in many ways no different than Nazism? Discuss. />2. Were the wars for liberation in former colonial territories a battle between democracy and Communism and, in reality, something else?3. Who or what caused the Cold War? Was it inevitable? In the end, what form of system proved more successful, communism or democracy? Why?Unit Twenty-The Upheavals of Asia, 1945-PresentCHAPTER 351. Why did the Nationalists of China lose to the Communists of Mao?2. What path did Ho Chi Minh seek? Is Leninism the true “end” which he sought, or was it the means to his true end, “liberation”?3. How might you describe the relationship between the United States and China today? With China’s current economic policy, are the communists admitting the failure of socialism?