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lesson 8 review

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Limited Government restricts power to the rulers of the country
What three houses does the Parliament consist of Includes sovereign, house of commons, and house of lords
House of Commons lower house of the Parliament that includes common people
House of Lords upper house of the Parliament that includes lords
Rotten Boroughs a borough that had little population and still had representation
Suffrage is the right to vote
Universal suffrage put less restrictions on voting regulations
Women's suffrage women's right to vote (1918)
What the Parliament put on corn/grain Tariff
Reform Act of 1832 changed the electoral system for England
chartists gain political rights for the middle working class
Petition a formal written request, signed by many people who agree with the request
Property qualifications what a person had to meet to own land
Prime minister the head of an elected government
Benjamin Disraeli
William Gladstone
Reform Act of 1867 allowed for the male working class to vote
This let people vote without others knowing Secret ballot
Reform Act of 1884 established franchise in Britain
Parliament Act of 1911 restricted the house of lords power
Reform Act of 1918 granted the vote to women of 30 who meet the requirements
William Wilberforce
Corn Laws imposed restrictions and tariffs on imported grains
Louis XVIII
Charles X
Radical wanted to have a full democracy and did not want a king
Moderate believed in limited government but not absolutism
Monarchists wanted absolutism
Revolution of 1830 got rid of the Parliament
Louis Philippe
Revolution of 1848
Second Republic
June days up rising staged by the workers of of France in the month of June
Louis Napoleon/ Napoleon III
Franco -Prussian War war against France and Germany
Third Republic modern day form of government for France
Paris Commune socialist government that ruled Paris till 1871
Communards a member of a commune
Premier first in importance in leading
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