Struggles for Independence from. Colonialism: 10.4.4, page 54. 1. Choice C is correct. Sun Yat-sen uses this simile of a silk-worm farmer to say that ...
Answer Key Struggles for Independence from Colonialism: 10.4.4, page 54 1.
Choice C is correct. Sun Yat-sen uses this simile of a silk-worm farmer to say that a colonial power cares for the nations it colonizes only while it enjoys their profits.
Choice B is correct. The Haitian revolution was unprecedented in that enslaved people won freedom for themselves and established a republic.
Choice D is correct. Struggles for independence in Latin America were led mainly by creoles, such as Simón Bolívar.
Choice A is correct. Nonviolent civil disobedience was a defining feature of India’s struggle for independence from Great Britain.
Choice B is correct. In 1911, the Chinese people won independence from the Qing dynasty and founded a republic.
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