Making the modern world

I’m trying to study for my History course and I need some help to understand this question.

Based upon your careful reading of chapter 21, in what ways did the struggles for independence of African and Asian peoples in the twentieth century parallel that of the “new nations” in the Americas of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries? In what ways did they differ? Your response should discuss at least two different African and/or Asian independence struggles. As always, be sure to use specific evidence from the readings to support your argument.

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Since the Fifteenth Century

Ways of the World

A Brief Global History with Sources


  • Robert W. Strayer
  • The College at Brockport: State University of New York
  • Eric W. Nelson
  • Missouri State University

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