19.1
Download
1 / 37

19.1 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 118 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

19.1. Democracy. Democracy. Five Keys To Democratic Success 1. Free Elections 2. Educated Citizens 3. Majority rule, minority rights 4. Constitutional Government 5. Economic Growth. Democracy. Five Keys To Democratic Failure 1. Economic Failure 2. Uneducated Masses

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha

Download Presentation

19.1

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


19 1
19.1

Democracy


Democracy
Democracy

  • Five Keys To Democratic Success

    • 1. Free Elections

    • 2. Educated Citizens

    • 3. Majority rule, minority rights

    • 4. Constitutional Government

    • 5. Economic Growth


Democracy1
Democracy

  • Five Keys To Democratic Failure

    • 1. Economic Failure

    • 2. Uneducated Masses

    • 3. Borders & Boundary Issues (Rivals)

    • 4. Rigged Elections

    • 5. Coups


19 1

  • Cycle of Democracy

    • 1. Democracy struggles

    • 2. Civil War/Coups Break out

    • 3. Military Restores Peace

    • 4. Martial Law/Military Rule

    • 5. Federal Government/Civilian Rule & Democracy Restored


19 1
19.2

African Democracy


South africa
South Africa

  • 1948 Apartheid Laws

  • ANC Protests & Mandela Arrest

  • World Boycott 1980s

  • FW De Klerk

    • CAN Legal, Mandela Released (27 years)

    • Free elections

  • President Nelson Mandela


19 1
19.3

Soviet Union Ends


1 st russian revolution 1917
1st Russian Revolution 1917

Russia Becomes a Communist

World Super Power!



1953 stalin dies
1953 Stalin Dies

Russia enters the Cold War



2 nd russian revolution 1991
2nd Russian Revolution 1991

U.S.S.R collapses due to reform movement



Michael gorbachev
Michael Gorbachev

  • Perestroika

  • Glasnost

  • Democratization

  • INF

  • Accidently triggers 2nd Russian Revolution


Boris yeltsin
Boris Yeltsin

  • President of Russia

  • CIS

  • “Shock Therapy”

  • Chechnya


19 1
19.4

Eastern Europe


Poland
Poland

  • Lech Walesa

  • Solidarity vs. Communism

  • Workers Strike

  • 1989 Democracy


Hungary
Hungary

  • Communist voted out by the Communist!


Germany
Germany

  • 1989 Hungary opens Borders…East Germans escape

  • November 9th, 1989

    • Berlin Wall Falls

  • Reunification Begins

    • October 3rd, 1990


Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia

  • Velvet Revolution

  • 1989 Protest

    • 10,000, 25, 000, 500,000

  • Vaclav Havel Becomes President


Romania
Romania

  • Nicholas Ceausescu

  • Massacre in Timisoara

  • Christmas Day 1989

    • Assassinated


Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia

  • Tito 1945-1980

  • Slobodon Milosovich

  • Nation Divides

    • Slovenia, Croatia, B-H

  • Ethnic Cleansing 

    • Bosnian Serbs

    • Kosova (Muslims)


19 1
19.5

China


China
China

  • Mao’s Legacy

    • 5 Yr. Plan

    • Great Leap Forward

    • Cultural Revolution (Peasants Glorified)

  • China & The WEST

    • 1971 Ping Pong

    • 1972 Nixon Visit

    • 1979 Official Diplomatic Relations


Deng xiaoping
Deng Xiaoping

  • Four Modernizations

    • Agriculture

    • Military

    • Industry

    • Science/Technology

  • Westernization/Materialism

  • Tiananmen Square


Tiananmen square massacre
Tiananmen Square Massacre

  • May 1989, Beijing, China (Tiananmen Square)

  • 100,000 Students DEMAND Democracy

    • Goddess of Democracy (33ft Statue)

  • June 4th, 1989 Government REACTION

    • Deng sends the tanks, soldiers & the bullets

    • Hundreds die, 1000s injured, arrests, protest ended

    • People won economic reforms, but not political 


Photojournalism captured history live
PhotojournalismCaptured History Live


ad
  • Login