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Chapter 25 AP Euro

Red Shirt Garibaldi's guerrilla band
modernization the changes that enable a country to compete effectively with the leading countries at a given time
zionism re-establishment, development, and protection of a Jewish nation
zemstvo a new institution of local government established in Russia in 1864
Thirteenth Amendment ended slavery
nationalism independent political state
authoritarian nationalism Louis Napoleon's way of ruling; using power to instill nationalism and to help the nation
Zollverein German customs union; founded in 1834 to stimulate trade and increase the revenues of member states
Russian revolution of 1905 Some intellectuals were calling for self rule and autonomy army couldn't intervene because it was pinned down in Manchuria
Russian Duma Russia's ruling body; elected indirectly by universal male suffrage
British Third Reform Bill of 1884 gave the vote to almost all adult males
socialist "revisionism" socialist Marxism
Bismarck he left Prussia in a position to force Austria out by war, he controlled the army and foreign affairs
Disraeli willing to risk in order to broaden the Conservative Party's traditional base of aristocratic and landed support
Bonaparte Wanted France to become a nation
Jules Ferry under his leadership republicans of small towns and villages passed a series of laws between 1879 and 1866 establishing free compulsory elementary education for both boys and girls
Alexander II Abolished serfdom, wanted Russia to become a nation
Cavour he wanted to lead Italy and had a secret alliance with Napoleon III to run Austria out of Italy
Edward Bernstein founder of revisionist socialism, believed that socialists should work for reform within capitalist framework instead of violent revolution
Alfred Dreyfus he was falsely accused and the radical republicans fought for his defense
Pius IX strongly denounced nationalism, socialism, separation of church and state, and religious liberty
Gladstone introduced bills to give Ireland self-government
Garibaldi he became an independent force in Italian politics, his Red Shirts attacked Rome,Cavour then controlled Garibaldi
William I appointed Bismarck to head a new ministry and defy the parliament
William II forced Bismarck to resign
John Stuart Mill philosopher who wrote on liberty and probed the problems of how to protect their rights of individuals and minorities in the emerging age of mass electoral participation
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