Textbooks: Required are (1) J. McKay, B. Hill and J. Buckler, A History of Western Society(Boston: Houghton Mifflin),any edition; AND (2) B. Viault, Modern European History (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1990)
Final Exam. Due on the final exam day; done at home, submitted IN PERSON in class on the final exam
day. You MUST attend the final exam session. Exams sent by someone else or emailed will not be
accepted and you will be marked absent from the final exam.
WRITE THE EXACT TITLE OF THE EXAM AT THE VERY TOP, and then THE following
SUBTOPICS AT THE HEAD OF EACH ITEM YOU DISCUSS. Remember to paginate your work.
Chronicle and analyze the methods used for the A) territorial buildup and B) social/national unification
of (1) Italy, and (2) Germany. Then compare and contrast the two with each other.
Itemize your answers into three sections and number them: One for Italy, One for Germany, and a third
section to compare and contrast the two countries;
Begin by give a step-by-step history of each country (Italy and Germany), including events, dates,
and persons involved. You need to also discuss the role of the emerging Bourgeois class in these
events and the goals they sought through creation of these two unified countries and resulting
“Bourgeois Nationalism.” Conclude each case with a discussion of the impact of the unification on
each nation, negative and positive.
In the third section, compare (meaning similarities) and contrast (meaning differences) seen in the
implementation of the unification on each country’s people and society. Analyze all the negative
impacts and the positive impacts and then compare and contrast them
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