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Members of the Paris Commune were called______. Communards
A government that power is restricted by the constitution is called? limited government
What organization was formed in Paris in 1871 and pushed for radical economic reforms______. Paris Commune
Britain's law making body that's like congress is called what? parliament
This event forced Napoleon III out of power. Franco Prussian war
They represented the aristocrats and they weren't elected this house is called? house of lords
This house was elected and they were supposed to represent the interests of the commoners. house of commons
Towns often had very few to no people in them and they still had representatives these places were called_____. rotten boroughs
______, means to vote and was very limited to certain men. suffarage
Women could vote after many years and there ability to vote is called_____. women suffrage
These protected British producers and kept prices high. tariffs
this act gave newer representation to cities and reduced property requirements for people to vote in 1832. The reform act of 1832
These people wanted to gain political rights for working people. Chartists
This is a paper that you have a certain amount of people to get something that you all agree on like getting rid of a certain law. This is called a _____. petition
This reform was made for people who worked in factories in 1847 the reform act of 1847
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