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Nationalism Aroundthe World 1919 –1939Section 1 Nationalism in the Middle EastSection 2 Nationalism in Africa and AsiaSection 3 Revolutionary Chaos in ChinaSection 4 Nationalism in Latin AmericaMAKING CONNECTIONSHow can nationalism affecta country?Mexican president Lázaro Cárdenas sparked an era of changewith policies promoting land reforms and workers’ rights and limitingforeign investment—all goals of the Mexican Revolution. Known asthe president who stood up to the United States, Cárdenas seized theproperty of foreign oil companies in Mexico. In this chapter you willlearn how nationalist movements affected individual nations.• How did nationalism influence the historical path of theworld’s nations?• How does patriotism influence the behavior of Americans today?THE WORLD1919Cominternformed byLenin1921Young Kikuyu Associationprotests Britishtaxes in Africa1927Chiang Kai-shekorganizes theShanghai Massacre1920 192519301919League ofNations formed1929Great Depression begins820Mary Evans Picture Library/The Image Works, Bettmann/CORBIS

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