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The Global Upheavals of the Mid-19th Century
Choose from these words to fill the blanks below:
British, capitalist, factory, systemic, Malthusian, Moses, Taiping, outsiders, simultaneity, Mexico, Marx, famine, order, frontiers, revisit, mistaken, climactic, proletarian, China, discontent, Qing, embedded, proximate, losers, sustained
the prophetic                Rebellion led to one of the world's bloodiest civil wars
reflected also the destitution that swept across            in the middle of the 19th century
but poverty and hunger, two of the most                    causes of this upheaval, are not mere happenstance
except for e.g. unexpected                    shocks
but on the scale and at the                    level of what it was in the mid 19th century China
there are more structural,                  reasons of why people would move toward this kind of violence
difficulty empire faced opening up new                   
population moving
a trap called the                      trap
that population can or will outgrow the means to feed itself, the result being widespread             
increasing weakness of the          state
unable to face the pressure from                   
the intersection of political and economic factors
Taiping Rebellion
called for a new           
also called for the restoration of an old order
why in the course of the 19th century did we see so many widespread, massive upheavals around the globe at roughly the same time?
similar prophetic movements in             
1840s Mayan villagers rising up against the Mexican state
in America
War of 1812
Tecumseh
prophetic leader of a back country movement
allied himself with the               
leaders of these movements delivered a prophetic vision as            did
prophetic drive to deliver people from bondage
even in Europe
farmers losing their lands
artisans losing jobs to                workers
revolutions of 1848
1840s upheaval around the globe
Karl         
foresaw many of these revolutions
a prophetic figure in many senses
argued that there was something                  happening
these revolutions had to do with a the new set of economic laws
his theory of capitalism
he and others were seeing major changes around them and were arguing for a hinge in world history
thought that these upheavals were the beginning of a movement that would bring the                      system down
called it the                        revolution
he was                  in a significant way
the people who were taking to the streets in 1848 in Paris, for example, were not the proletariat, or the factory workers, they were rather the              in the transitions, i.e. the artists and the farmers
so Marx went back to                his theory and came back to it in the 1850s
globally
in the mid 19th century, there was a growing                      to the emerging world order
while they bear important common traits, a significant historical question is: what accounted for the                          of these eruptions?

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