Chapter 10 vocab

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labor people with ll their abilities and efforts performed by people that provides the goods or services in an economy
capital money available for investment
entrepreneur a person who finds new business opportunities and new ways to make profits
cottage industry a method of production in which tasks are done by individuals in their rural homes
puddling the process in which coke derived from coal is used to burn away impurities in crude iron to produce high quality iron
derived obtained from, came from
industrial capitalism an economic system based on industrial production or manufacturing
socialism a system in which society, usually in the form of government, owns and controls the means of production
radical with extreme ideas that are not accepted by most of society
temporary lasting for a limited time; not permanent
universal male suffrage the right of all males to vote in elections
multinational empire an empire in which people of many nationalities live
unification the act, process, or result of making into a coherent or coordinated whole; the state of being unified
militarism the reliance on military strength
kasier German for "Caesar" the title of the emperors of the Second German Empire
plebiscite a popular vote
regime a government in power
emancipation the act of setting free
abolitionism a movement to end slavery
creole a person of European descent born in Latin American and living there permanently
peninsulare a person born on the Iberian peninsula
mestizo a person of mixed European and Native American descent
intervention the involvement in a situation to after the outcome
caudillo in post-revolutionary Latin America, a strong who ruled chiefly by military force
erupted to suddenly become active or violent
cash crops a crop that is grown for sale rather than personal use
romanticism an intellectual movement that emerged at the end of the eighteenth century in reaction to the idea of the enlightenment
individuality a total character that distinguishes an individual from others
approach the way method in which one examines or studies an issue or a concept
secularization indifference to or rejection or religion consideration
natural selection the principle set firth by charles darwin that some organisms are more adaptable
realism a mid-nineteenth century movement that rejected romanticism and sought to portray lower- and middle class life as it actually was