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72 photos; 4 maps, 7" x 9"

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0195449347

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9780195449341

Copyright Year:
2014

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Conflict and Cooperation

Documents on Modern Global History, Third Edition

Edited by Tracey J. Kinney

Spanning the late 1800s to the present, this comprehensive collection of primary documents focuses on the politicians, diplomats, and ordinary citizens who influenced or witnessed crucial developments in global history. Using a thematic approach that reflects diverse viewpoints, Conflict and Cooperation guides students through moments of historical importance and enables them to connect meaningfully with the past.

Readership : First- and second-year courses in twentieth-century and modern world history at universities and colleges.

Reviews

  • "This book is one of the best I have seen for the history of the 20th century. . . . It provides sources of new and relevant material, which facilitate student learning and are essential for researchers in the study of the 20th century."
    --Patrick Dramé, Bishop's University and Université de Sherbrooke

  • "Tracey Kinney has prepared an excellent reader. . . . It seems that she has chosen readings knowing that they will work well with students. . . . This book helps history come alive as human experience."
    --Emily M. Hill, Queen's University

From the Publisher
Preface
A Note on the Analysis of Primary Documents
1. The World and the West
CECIL RHODES: Confession of Faith
DADABHAI NAOROJI: The Blessings of British Rule
RABINDRANATH TAGORE: East and West
KIDO TAKAYOSHI: Observations on Returning from the West
ITO HIROBUMI: Commentaries on the Constitution: Articles XIII & XIV
SAYYID JAMAL AL-DIN AL-AFGHANI: Lecture on Teaching and Learning
KANG YOUWEI: Comprehensive Consideration of the Whole Situation
WU TINGFANG: The Awakening of China
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
2. Global Capitalism and Imperialism
JULES FERRY: Speech before the French Chamber of Deputies
EVELYN BARING, EARL OF CROMER: British Rule in Egypt
Edmund Dene (E.D.) MOREL: King Leopold's Rule in Africa
KEVSHAV BAL GANGADHAR (B.G.) TILAK: The Tenets of the New Party
Accounts of the Amritsar (Jallianwala Bagh) Massacre, 1919
W.E.B. DU BOIS: The Negro
EMILIO AGUINALDO Y FAMY: Outbreak of Hostilities
CAIO PRADO JÚNIOR: The Coffee Cycle in Brazil
V.I. LENIN: Imperialism, The Highest Stage of Capitalism
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
3. War and Peace
ERICH MARIA REMARQUE: All Quiet on the Western Front
NOVOE VREMYA: Russian Women in Combat
A. HENRY MCMAHON/ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR: McMahon Letter #4/The Balfour Declaration
THE ARMENIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE: Press Reports on the Armenian Genocide
WOODROW WILSON: Fourteen Points Speech
MARCUS GARVEY: Advice of the Negro to the Peace Conference
J.M. KEYNES: The Economic Consequences of the Peace
H.G. WELLS: The Idea of a League of Nations
HENRY CABOT LODGE: The League of Nations
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
4. The Appeal of Revolutionary Change
THEODOR HERZL: The Jewish State
ROSA LUXEMBURG: The Junius Pamphlet
V.I. LENIN: The Revolution in Russia
NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV: Khrushchev Remembers
LI DAZHAO: The Victory of Bolshevism
SUN YAT-SEN: Fundamentals of National Reconstruction
SOONG CHING-LING: The Struggle for New China
JOHN REED: Insurgent Mexico
MUSTAPHA KEMAL ATATÜRK: October 1927 Speech
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU: The Socialist Creed
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
5. The Authoritarian Alternative
JOSEPH STALIN: On Opposition and The Socialist Fatherland
THE AMUR SOCIETY: Anniversary Statement
BENITO MUSSOLINI: Fascist Doctrines
JOSEPH GOEBBELS: The Reich Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda
ADOLF HITLER: Speech to the National Socialist Frauenbund
DAVID BUFFUM: On Kristallnacht
EVGENIIA GINZBURG: Journey into the Whirlwind
GEORGE ORWELL: Homage to Catalonia
FORTUNE MAGAZINE: Getúlio Vargas and the Estado Novo
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
6. Global Depression
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: Inaugural Address of the President, 4 March 1933
PAUL COMLY FRENCH: Children on Strike
HEINRICH HAUSER: With Germany's Unemployed
GEORGE ORWELL: The Road to Wigan Pier
W.E.B. DU BOIS: Liberia, the League, and the United States
LÁZARO CÁRDENAS: Speech to the Nation
NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN/WILLIAM L. MACKENZIE KING: Speech to the House of Commons, 3 October 1938/Telegram from Prime Minister William L. Mackenzie King to the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
7. Global War and Genocide
HAROLD TIMPERLEY: An Eyewitness Account at Nanjing
TOTAL WAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE: The Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere
MURIEL KITAGAWA: Letters to Wes
POLISH MINISTRY OF INFORMATION: Mass Slaughter and Executions under the Occupation
VICTOR KLEMPERER: I Will Bear Witness
STELLA WIESELTIER: Rejoining the Human Race
SINISA DJURIC (TRANSLATOR): Police Report on the Cleansing of Serbs
MARGARET FREYER: Eyewitness Account of the Firestorm in Dresden
ARTHUR W. PAGE: Draft Statement on the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
8. A New World Order?
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND WINSTON S. CHURCHILL: The Atlantic Charter
RAYMOND F. MIKESELL: The Bretton Woods Debates
FOREIGN MINISTERS OF BELGIUM, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, LUXEMBOURG, AND THE NETHERLANDS: Treaty Constituting the European Coal and Steel Community
UNITED NATIONS: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
HO CHI MINH: Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam
ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY: Testimony on the Creation of the State of Israel
INDIAN DELEGATION: Statement by the Indian Delegation at the Closing Session (Bandung, 17-24 April 1955)
LESTER B. PEARSON: On Peacekeeping
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
9. Origins and Implications of the Cold War
WINSTON CHURCHILL: Iron Curtain Speech
JOSEPH STALIN: Response to Churchill, 14 March 1946
HARRY S. TRUMAN: The Truman Doctrine
JOSEPH MCCARTHY: On Communists in Government
CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE ALL-UNION COMMUNIST PARTY: Shortcomings of the Press
NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV: Secret Speech
ROBERT MCNAMARA: Memorandum for the President, 8 November 1961
JOHN F. KENNEDY: On the Space Race
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
10. China and Japan: The Re-emergence of Asian Power
MAO ZEDONG: The Foolish Man Who Removed the Mountains
FOX BUTTERFIELD: Lihua
DENG XIAOPING: Speeches on the Economy and on Foreign Relations
CHAI LING: June Four: A Chronicle of the Chinese Democratic Uprising
GOVERNMENTS OF JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES: Security Treaty between Japan and the United States of America
CHITOSHI YANAGA: Big Business in Japanese Politics
KAKUEI TANAKA: Japanese Policies to Improve Understanding
SOCIETY FOR HISTORY TEXTBOOK REFORM: New History
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
11. Anti-colonial Movements and Independence
MOHANDAS K. GANDHI: "Quit India" Draft Resolution
CLEMENT ATTLEE: Debates of the House of Commons, 15 March 1946
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU: Tryst with Destiny, 14 August 1947
SYED ABUL A'ALA MAUDUDI: Islamic Law in Pakistan
PAUL RAMADIER: Speech to the National Assembly
FRONT DE LIBÉRATION NATIONALE (FLN): Proclamation, 1 November 1954
AHMED SEKOU TOURÉ: The Republic of Guinea
FIDEL CASTRO: On the Exploitation of the Cuban Nation
UNITED NATIONS: UN Declaration on Colonial Independence
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
12. The Post-war Era in the Middle East
GOVERNMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN: The White Paper of 1939
GAMAL ABDEL NASSER: On the Fifth Year of the Revolution
UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL/PALESTINE NATIONAL COUNCIL: Resolution 242, 22 November 1967/The Palestinian National Charter
GOLDA MEIR: Remarks to President Sadat
JOINT US/SOVIET STATEMENT: Peace in the Middle East, September 1977
HAMAS: Covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement, 1988
EDWARD SAID: Truth and Reconciliation
SADDAM HUSSEIN: Speech to the Armed Forces
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
13. Post-colonial Legacies
ERNESTO CHÉ GUEVARA: A New Old Interview
FRANTZ FANON: The Collaborating Class in Neo-Colonialism
PATRICE LUMUMBA AND GRAHAM HEATH: Congo: My Country
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY: Rwanda 1964
KWAME NKRUMAH: Neo-colonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism
JULIUS NYERERE: The Arusha Declaration
MU'AMMAR AL-QADHAFI: The Green Book
HUEY P. NEWTON: Uniting Against a Common Enemy
RAMI CHHABRA: An Interview with Indira Gandhi
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
14. Ideological Change and Radical Movements
SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR: The Second Sex
REDSTOCKINGS: A Feminist Manifesto
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR: I Have a Dream
BLACK PANTHER PARTY: Platform and Program
ROY JENKINS: Homosexuality Has Existed in All Societies
EDMUND WHITE: Letter to Ann and Alfred Corn, 8 July 1969
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY: Port Huron Statement
THE CHICAGO SEVEN TRIAL TRANSCRIPT: Testimony of Abbie Hoffman
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
15. The End of the Cold War and Its Aftermath
LEONID BREZHNEV: The Threat from Solidarity, 15 September 1981
VÁCLAV HAVEL: Disturbing the Peace
MIKHAIL GORBACHEV: On the Closing of the 27th Congress of the CPSU
ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN: Rebuilding Russia
NELSON MANDELA: State of the Nation Address, 24 May 1994
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: Opinion on Hungary's Application for Membership in the EU
ALEKSANDER KWASNIEWSKI: We Won the Future
ROBERT J. DONIA: Ethnic Cleansing
RAÚL CASTRO: Closing Remarks at the 6th Party Congress, 21 April 2011
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
16. One World - One People
RACHEL CARSON: Silent Spring
REX WEYLER: Waves of Compassion
INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH: Bhopal Report: Summary and Conclusions
GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND: Our Common Future
UNITED NATIONS: Rio Declaration on Environment and Development
S.P. UDAYAKUMAR AND JOHN A. POWELL: Race, Poverty, and Globalization
ROBERT KAPLAN: World Government
ALBERT GORE: Nobel Lecture
STEPHEN HAWKING: Why We Should Go into Space
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
17. History in the Making: Into the Twenty-First Century
BENJAMIN BARBER: Jihad versus McWorld
PHILIP GOUREVITCH: We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed with Our Families
JOHN UPDIKE: 11 September 2001
OSAMA BIN LADEN: Speech on American Policy, October 2004
STEPHEN LEWIS: UN Briefing on HIV/AIDS in Africa
HUGO CHÁVEZ: Speech on the Opening of the G-15 Summit, 2004
DILMA VANA ROUSSEFF: Inaugural Address-Brasília, 1 January 2011
VLADIMIR PUTIN: Speech at the 43rd Munich Conference on Security Policy, 2007
HU JINTAO: On the 90th Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party
Web Resources
Recommended Reading
Recommended Viewing
Suggestions for Further Reading
Acknowledgements
Index

Instructor's Manual
- Sample syllabi
- Chapter summaries
- Review questions with answer key
- Essay questions
- Chronological table of contents
Image Bank
- All photos and maps from the text

Tracey J. Kinney has been a professor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 1994 and teaches a variety of history courses including modern German history, European history, and twentieth-century world history. She is also co-author of the second Canadian edition of The Twentieth Century World: An International History (OUP 2011).

The Twentieth-Century World - William R. Keylor, Jerry Bannister and Tracey J. Kinney
International Relations Since 1945 - John W. Young and Dr. John Kent

Special Features

  • Over 140 primary-source documents - including political pamphlets, speeches, diplomatic briefings, journalistic commentary, and eyewitness accounts - help students understand moments in history from the perspectives of the men and women who experienced them firsthand.
  • Unifying themes of conflict and cooperation draw connections between important historical events and help make key issues accessible to students.
  • International coverage helps students understand historical issues from a variety of perspectives.
  • Includes six Canadian readings, carefully selected to situate Canada's role in the international community.
  • Thematic and geographical tables of contents provide ease of navigation and give instructors flexibility in how they teach their course.
  • An introduction to each reading provides essential context and biographical information.
New to this Edition
  • A new introduction on the analysis of primary documents prepares students to engage with the selections in the text.
  • Over 40 new readings - exploring topics such as Asia, Central and South America, growing economies, radical movements, and international organizations - help students understand historical issues and their impact on the present.
  • Original publication date and source line now appear with each reading for ease of reference.
  • Revised study questions encourage student analysis of the readings.
  • Improved organization of chapters clarifies the chronology of the readings and events.