Objects & Places from Capitalism, the Unknown Ideal

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England - This country is studied by Locke during the Industrial Revolution.

Factories - These places, as a result of the Industrial Revolution, become the main producer of textiles.

Western Frontier - This place is opened to settlement by the Homestead Act of 1862.

Germany - This place is the home of Hitler and Nazism.

Italy - This country is the home of Mussolini and fascism.

Algeria - This place is a country whose civil war results in independence in the 1960s.

United States - This country is used as an example of a capitalist society.

Japan - This country is an example of one that has a fascist dictatorship during World War II.

Soviet Russia - This place is referred to several times as an example of communism and a planned economy.

China - This place is used as an example of the chaos that results when...

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