In The Wilsonian Moment, author Erez Manela explores how the concept of self determination, put forth by Woodrow Wilson at the en of the First World War (1914-19), resonated with audiences in Egypt, India, China, and Korea. Compare and contrast the effect that Wilson’s ideas about self determination and colonialism had on two of these places. What similarities can we see in these two national stories? What differences? How did Wilson’s idea and words impact the development of anticolonial nationalism in these two places? What specific group of people or individuals, in each of these two societies, did Wilson’s ideas inspire? What did they do with that inspiration? What kind of activities did these people engage in to try to improve their lives, their Moment, and or their country?