Envisioning Women in World History 1. How did women’s movements in colonized countries differ from those inindependent ones? In what ways were they similar? 2. In what ways were the gender ideologies of the three major powers discussed here [Marxism-Leninism, National Socialism (Nazism) and Maoism] different?What assumptions about women did they share? 3. To what extent and in What ways did these governments [in Soviet Union, Nazi Germany andPeople’s Republic of China] require women’s participation to succeed in their goals? To what extentdid they acknowledge women’s participation? 4. To what extent did each government [in Soviet Union, Nazi Germany and People’s Republic of China] attempt to serve women’s needs?5. What are some issues Second-Wave feminists had in common with First—Wave feminists? What new concerns did they have? 6. How did early development policies affect men and women differently? What steps have beentaken to ﬁx some of the damage done? 7. In what ways do the labor practices of the early Industrial Revolution [of men and women] stillseem to be in place?