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1899-1911 The End of the Qing Dynasty
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China face threats from inside and       
over the course of the 19th century, China was forced to sign humiliating treaty concessions to                  powers
European
          
also participated in slowly dismantling the                        of the Chinese empire
was never fully                   
the cost of colonizing was high
foreign powers could get the regime to do some of the dirty work of controlling            populations
                 empire
treaties built into it to              the Chinese state
market and non-state forces were used to sap and drain the Chinese empire of its sovereignty and power
led to a wave of unrest against the Chinese government for giving in to too many concessions to                     
against both the external forces as well as the Chinese state
1899-1901 The Boxer Rebellion
boxers would go after the                of the West
telegraph wires
foreign embassies
                
clocks
the reorganization of          came with the advent of capitalism, the assembly line, the routinization of life
a foreign emblem in the middle of communities to                  their societies
named after the spirit boxers
fighter claimed to be immune to swords and spears
The Society of Righteous and                      Fists
anti-foreign
anti-Christian
had mass-                     skills
Qing regime responded with some                       
saw this as an opportunity for the boxers to do the dirty work of making life          for foreigners in China
but a                    game to play
if the boxers got too much power, they could claim                    that would be very hard to roll back
because the Qing state was so         , the Boxer Rebellion got out of control
despite the calls for the Qing state to                   , they could not in the end
the Boxers soon let their supporters go well beyond what the Qing authorities to control
foreign powers decided to take it upon themselves to put down the rebellion that the Qing state didn't want to or could not put down
the Qing state they did not have the                      capacity to contain the Boxer Rebellion
foreign troops were dispatched to China
half came from Japan
eight different countries sent              to China to wage a war against the insurgents
this led to vast repression
foreign powers used the occasion to demand yet more concessions from the Qing state
including indemnity payments
sent a bill to the Qing state to pay for the process of oppression
the                of reform
the impulse to change happens when one does not have the political space or room to do so
it's the easiest to reform when you have the            incentive to reform
1991 the collapse finally came
the overthrow of the              rule that had been born in the 17th century
replaced with a                      form of rule
the end of a series of dynasties that had lasted, with interruptions, that had endured over 2000 years
created a                         
giving citizens new rights
need to legitimate the new regime
without the principle loyalties to a            family
the                    of this new reform spirit
Sun Yat        (1866-1925)
what Pyotr                  was for Russian, Sun Yat Sen was for China

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