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- ruled France after the Congress of Vienna - limited government - individual freedoms and a legislature to share power Louis XVIII
- ruled after Louis XVIII -didn't except limited government -for absolutism -ruler of France from 1824 until 1830 Charle's X
-Wanted a republic with full voting rights -Wanted dramatic change in both politics and economics Radicals
-limited monarchy -limited voting rights -political freedom -no economic reforms Moderates
-wanted to be absolute monarchy - no reforms in either politics or economics -for the ancien regime Monarchist
-Citizens clashed with royal troops for several days -Charles X went into exile - legislature then elected Louis Philippe as king -set off a wave throughout Europe revolution of 1830
- a moderate -limited power -limited freedom -forced out of thrown after a few days of the Revolution of 1848 Louis Philippe
-February 1848 several dozen people were killed when troops opened fire on demonstrators -workers responded by taking to the streets by the tens of thousands Revolution of 1848
-French republic created after the Revolution of 1848 toppled the July monarchy of King Louis-Philippe Second Republic
June, 1848 -Another workers’ revolt began - gov't responded with violent force -Full-scale class warfare in Paris -3 days of fighting -more than 10,000 workers were dead -end of the Revolution of 1848 June Days
-elected leader of France -was popular with both workers and elites -1852: he named himself emperor of France -dictator of the 2nd empire until 1870 -No more republic Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III)
-war between France and Prussia -during this, Napoleon was captured Franco-Prussian War
-no king -Universal male suffrage -Two-house legislature -premier would be the executive power Third Republic
-radicals set up this organization to push for communist style revolution in France Paris Commune
-members of Paris Commune Commrads
-prime minister Premier
-allowed Britain go forward for greater democracy and freedom -reforms rather than revolution limited government
-Britain's lawmaking body Parliament
-a government that a leader does not have full power and has to follow certain rules limited government
-removed tariffs on grain corn laws
-gave women suffrage reform act of 1918
-all adults have the right to vote universal suffrage
-voting rights suffrage
-tax on imported goods tariff
-house of Parliament that is elected house of commons
-house of parliament that is not elected house of lords
-Britain’s most important abolitionist William Wilberforce
-further extended voting rights—added more than 2 million new voters reform act of 1884
- extended voting rights; almost doubled the size of the electorate reform act of 1867
-Older districts with few voters sent several representatives rotten boroughs
-Gave representation to newer cities -Eliminated many rotten boroughs -Reduced property requirements on voting, but still restricted suffrage The Reform Act of 1832
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