Table of contents for The twentieth century : readings in global history / Walter Moss, Janice Terry, Jiu-Hwa Upshur.

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Part One: The Era of Western Domination
Chapter 1: Modernization: Science and Technology Challenge Tradition
Chapter 2: Demands for Political and Social Changes in Europe and Japan Prior to World War I
Chapter 3: Regions under Imperial Domination
Chapter 4: Militarism and World War I
Part Two: From Revolutions to the End of World War II
Chapter 5: Revolution in Latin America
Chapter 6: Postwar Settlements and Self-Determination
Chapter 7: Russia's Revolutions
Chapter 8: Social Conflicts in the United States
Chapter 9: The Global Depression
Chapter 10: Asia between the World Wars
Chapter 11: Anticolonialism in the Middle East and Africa
Chapter 12: Stalin and Hitler and the "Enemies of the People" in the 1930s
Chapter 13: Axis Aggressions and World War II
Part Three: The Era of Cold War and Collapse of Empires
Chapter 14: Women, Households, Consumption, and the Environment: Interrelated Issues in the Postwar Era
Chapter 15: The Cold War and Its Impact From the 1940s to the 1980s
Chapter 16: Three West European Leaders: De Gaulle, Brandt, and Thatcher
Chapter 17: Post World War II Trends in the Americas
Chapter 18: Asia since World War II
Chapter 19: The Struggle for Political and Economic Independence in Africa
Chapter 20: Changes and Conflict in the Middle East
Chapter 21: After the Cold War: The Birth of a New Era

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: History, Modern 20th century