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Why was the 19th century in France unstable and violent? The people could not agree
What were the three factions? Monarchies, Moderates, and Radicals
Which faction wanted absolutist monarchy and no reforms? Monarchies
Which faction wanted limited monarchy and no economic reforms? Moderates
Which faction supported political freedom? Moderates
Which faction wanted a republic and dramatic changes? Radicals
Who was Louis XVIII? He ruled France after the Congress of Vienna.
Who came into rule after Louis XVIII died? Charles X
What caused the Revolution of 1830? the battle between limited and absolutist government
Who came into rule after Charles X moved to England? Louis Philippe
Which revolution had the outcome of Charles X leaving and Louis Philippe coming into power? Revolution of 1830
What caused the Revolution of 1848? the people were angry and desperate
When was Louis Philippe forced out? a few days after the1848 revolution started
What did the revolution cause? a new constitution to be written
What did the new constitution bring? the second french republic, universal male suffrage, end of slavery, and the death penalty abolished
What were the June Days? another workers' revolt began, the government responded with violent force, over 10,000 workers were dead
What ended the Revolution of 1848? the June Days
Who came to power after the 1848 revolution? Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III)
What event forced Napoleon III out of power? The Franco-Prussian War
After Napoleon III what did they declare France as? the third republic
What organization was formed to push for radical economic reforms? Paris Commune
What were the members of Paris Commune called? Communards
what type of government is it when the leaders do not have all the power and have to follow certain rules? limited goverment
What was Britain's law making group? Parliament
Which house of Parliament is elected? House of Commons
Which house of Parliament is not elected? House of Lords
areas that lost population but still had representation in Parliament rotten boroughs
What is a word that describes the right to vote? suffrage
What is it called when all adults have the right to vote? universal suffrage
What was achieved in 1918? women's suffrage
a tax on imported goods tariff
What law eliminated rotten boroughs in Britain and extended suffrage to more men? Reform Act of 1832
What were those who supported passage of the People's Charter called? Chartists
What is a document that states peoples' support for a certain policy stance or law petition
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