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Lesson 8 Review

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1. What type of government was Parliament? A limited government
2. What reform act made it to where there were no longer rotten boroughs? The Reform Act of 1832
3. What is suffrage? The right to vote
4. Why did farmers not want tariffs to be repealed on corn? Because if the corn didn't have tariffs then it would cost less and become a general trade which would mean less money for farmers.
5. What reform act limited the power of the House of Lords? The Parliament Bill of 1911
6. How many houses are in Parliament? Two
7. What were the houses in Parliament? The House of Lords , and The House of Commons
8. Explain how Britain's tradition of limited government helped that country avoid a large-scale violence during the 19th century, Britain’s tradition of limited government helped that country avoid a large-scale violence by having this violence happen in the 17th century. Britain was on the track to democracy earlier.
9. Who made up the house of Lords? The aristocrats
10. Were the House of Lords elected? No
11. Who made up the House of Commons? The people
12. Were the House of Commons elected? Yes
13. Four major problems facing British society during the 19th century. Bad representation in parliament, The House of Lords was too Powerful, Few people could vote, and Britain was harsh
14. Why was bad representation in Parliament a problem? Bad representation in parliament was a problem because you had new cities with no reps and lots of people and cities with no people but reps.
15. How was this bad representation in Parliament fixed? The Reform Act of 1832
16. Why was the house of Lords being to powerful a problem? The house of lords made all the rules and wasn’t elected which makes it not democratic.
17. How was the House of Lords being to powerful fixed? The Parliament Bill of 1911 gave the House of Commons power over the House of Lords.
18. Why was few people voting a problem? Only 4% of England and Ireland could vote. Only 1% of Scotland could vote. These were problems because it let the rich have all the power.
19. How was few people voting fixed? Parliament gave non-Anglican protestants and Catholics the right to vote.
20. In France, what kind of government did Louis the XVIII have? A limited government
21. Who took over after Louis the XVIII? Charles X
22. What did he do to the government? He made it absolute.
23. What did the citizens do? Citizens clashed with royal troops for several days.
24. What happened to Charles the X? Who took over after him? After Charles X ran away Louis Philippe took over as king.
25. What was the time of conflict when Charles X ruled called? The Revolution of 1830
26. What happened to Louis Philippe after he became king? He became a dictator and ignored the needs of his people.
27. What were the 3 factions in France? Monarchists, Modernists, and Radicals
28. What is a good description of the 1848 Revolution? Several dozen people were killed and the commons got angry. A new constitution was written and elections were held. White male suffrage was given. Radicals pushed for more and caused more violence.
29. What happened to give France a democratic republic? Louis Napoleon’s reign came to an end because of his hunger for power and was captured during the Franco-Prussia wars. The third republic was threatened by the Communards. France goes into more violence.The government wins and the republic holds.
30. What are the June Days? A brief and bloody civil uprising in Paris in the early days of the Second Republic.
Created by: Shyannl