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Revolutions Vocab

Vocabulary for social and political revolution

Consent Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.
Constitution Monarchy A form of national government in which the power of the monarch (the king or queen) is restrained by a parliament or by law.
Democracy A system of government in which the citizens hold the power, based on majority rule.
Discontent Dissatisfaction with one's circumstances.
Estates General The legislative body of France, prior to the French Revolution. Composed of the three Estates. Each Estate got one vote.
Liberty The power to act as one pleases, to be free.
Militarism Political policy that is dominated by the military and the competitive buildup of arms.
Monarchy Rule by a king or queen.
Nationalism Pride in one’s country or culture, often excessive in nature.
Red Shirts Nationalistic group/army created and led by Guiseppe Garibaldi to end foreign control of Italy during the 19th century.
Regime A ruling government, usually used in reference to a dictator.
Revolt Rise in rebellion, to rebel.
Revolution A dramatic change in ideas, practice, or government.
Third Estate The French middle and working class, prior to the French Revolution.
Unification To come together, combine, or unify.
Created by: CMallhotra



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