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Lesson 8 Review

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Louis XVIII (the eighteenth) A good leader of France that had limited government
Charles X (the tenth) Took over after Louis XVIII died, turned back to absolutism, restricted voting,
Radicals Wanted no king but to have civil rights
Moderate Wanted a king with limited power
Monarchist Wanted a king with all power
Revolution of 1830 Citizens had enough of Charles X changing everything and they fought with royal troops, ending with Charles X leaving
Louis Philippe Took over after Charles X left, a good moderate king but wasn't much help to France
Revolution of 1848 Philippe wasn't giving the people enough freedom or money and the people protested
Second Republic Univ male suffrage, no slavery in French Colonies, no death penalty
June Days Workers revolted against the government and the gov responded violently, within 3 days over 10.000 were dead,
Louis Napoleon III Ruler after Philippe for 18 years
Franco-Prussian War A war between France and Prussia that had ended Napoleon III rule
Third Republic Had no king and held elections for national assemby
Paris Commune A group started by radicals wanting to turn France into a communist country.
Communards The communist radicals in the Paris Commune
Premier Prime minister
Limited Government A king with limited power
Parliament Britain's government
House of Commons Nobles that are elected
House of Lords Born into it (last name) or Queen/King chose them
Rotten Boroughs Empty towns with representatives
Suffrage The right to vote
Universal Suffrage Everyone has the right to vote
Women Sufferage Women's right to vote
Tariff Taxes
Reform Act of 1832 Reps to new towns and got rid of most rotten boroughs, reduced some voting things but still restricted it
Chartists People who supported the petition that was declined by parliament. They wanted universal male suffrage, a secret ballot, an election of HOC and a salary for HOC
Petition A paper people sign to agree on one thing and overpower a vote
Property of Qualifications A certain standard that has to be exact for HOC
Prime Minister Most important senior in the branch of government
Benjamin Disraeli Conservative party that worked towards the reform acts
William Gladstone Librial party that worked for reform acts
Reform Act of 1867 Extended voting rights and doubled electorates
Secret Ballot A way to vote without anyone else knowing
Reform Act of 1884 extended voting rights even more.
Parliament Act of 1911 House of Lords power was taken
Reform Act of 1918 Women can vote
William Wilberforce Britain's most important abolitionist
Corn Laws Got rid of taxes on wheat and lowered bread prices
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