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Unit VI Part 3

Latin America revolts -Bolívar and San Martin, both liberators, ran into each other in Lima, Peru, where they took control, and Bolívar dominated liberation. -To gain trade partners, Britain wanted to defend S America from being controlled and asked the USA for a joint effort. -USA responded with Monroe Doctrine
Monroe Doctrine -USA claimed that if anyone tried to take control of a central/south american country, they would go to war against them. -Britain Navy helped guarantee independence
Greek Revolt -First lasting, successful revolt in Europe. -Greeks were assisted by Russia, France, and Britain despite the Principle of Intervention
Britain's Tories and Whigs -Two leading political parties in Britain, mostly led by landed aristocracy. -Whigs also supported by industrial middle class -Torries were dominant
Corn Laws and the Peterloo Massacre -Corn Law: high tariff on foreign grain by Tories that received opposition because $ & working conditions -Peterloo Massacre: Calvary attack on a protest meeting, 11 killed. Lead to banning of protest meetings and pamphlets
Louis XVIII and Charles X -Louis: Slightly liberal, first bourbon after french rev, continued some Napoleonic principles -Charles: Conservative, tried to regain power lost during during french rev and nap era, sacrificed in many areas to please the people.
Carbonari -revolutionary nationalists in Italian peninsula -Conspired against the reactionary, anti-nationalist governments
Germanic Confederation -Confederation of 38 Germanic states Established by Vienna, including Austria and Prussia, had little structure -Tool used by Metternich to have his voice heard, and prevent Nationalism.
Burschenschaften -Groups of students in the German states, looking for a united Germany -were closed by Metternich's Karlsbad in response to the assassination of a conservative playwright
the Decembrist Revolt -A Russian revolt occurring in the confusion of leadership after the death of tsar, Alexander I. -Alexander's brother Constantine had silently given power to his brother Nicholas, but others believed Nicholas was stealing the throne and revolted
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