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Who ruled France after the Congress of Vienna Louis XVIII
What organization did radicals set up to push for communist style revolution in France Paris Commune
Who wanted no reforms in either politics or economics Monarchists
What were members of the Paris Commune called Communards
After the June Days violence ended and the government created another constitution and had elections held, who was elected as the leader of France Louis Napoleon (aka Napoleon III)
Who wanted a limited monarchy with limited voting rights for citizens Moderates
Who wanted a republic with full voting rights Radicals
who was ruler of France from 1824 until 1830 Charles X
citizens clashed with troops for several days in what revolution revolution of 1830
who was forced out of thrown after a few days of the revolution of 1848 Louis Philippe
several dozen people were killed when troops took open fire Revolution of 1848
French republic created after the Revolution of 1848 toppled the July monarchy of King Louis Philippe Second Republic
end of the revolution of 1848 June Days
war between France and Prussia Franco-Prussian War
what republic would the premier be the executive power Third Republic
prime minister Premier
a government where a leader does not have full power Limited Government
Britain's lawmaking body Parliament
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 Reform Act of 1884
extended voting rights Reform Act of 1867
older districts with few voters sent several representatives rotten bouroughs
Reform Act of 1832 eliminated many rotten boroughs
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