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1.  An Indian artist's painting of James Todd (c. 1880) riding in a ceremonial procession on a royal elephant.
2.  Faces of the raj.  A tennis party at the Residency, Kapurkala, Panjab, ca. 1894.
3.  The Empress Dowager Tz'u-hsi (1835-1908), who manipulated the levels of power at the Manchu court in Peking.
4.  Asia 1880-1914.
5.  An American cartoonist in 1888 depicted John Bull (England) as the octopus of imperialism, grabbing land on every continent.
6.  A lone protestor stops a tank in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, in May of 1989.
7.  The Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 1960's.  Marchers hold a banner of Mao Tse-tung.
8.  An economist's map of the world.  On this map countries are represented by the size of their economies.  The method used is to ask what it would cost in dollars to produce a nation's goods and services.
9.   Coke and Pepsi battle for market share in Vietnam after President Clinton lifted the trade embargo in 1994.  This Coke bottle stands on the steps of the Hanoi Opera House.
10.   Decolonization since World War II.
11.   The Wealth of Nations:  Developed and Developing Nations of the World