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This helped Britain avoid large scale violence during the 19th century. Limited government.
The law making group of Britain. Parliament
Was able to elect a representative to parliament with very few voters. Rotten Boroughs
The two houses of parliament are what? House of Lords and The house of Commons
The right to vote. suffrage
Women's suffrage the right for all women to vote.
People who wanted full monarchy. monarchists
People who wanted limited monarchy, and limited voting rights. moderates
People who wanted no monarchy and free voting rights. radicals
tax on imported goods to be paid tariff
your vote is anonymous secret ballot
a of group of radicals that pushed for communist Paris commune
the revolution the was caused by Charles the 10th becoming king and trying to become an absolutist The revolution of 1830
the revolution that was caused by Louis Philippe not letting the citizens have much freedom, and the downfall of the money. The revolution of 1848
After the revolution of 1848, a new constitution was written which established what? second republic
abolished tariff of imported goods and lowered bread prices corn laws
what they called the members of the Paris Commune Communards
another word for a prime minister premier
Britain's most important abolitionist William Wilberforce
what reform allowed women to vote in 1918? The Reform Act of 1918
What is The House of Lords? Parliament that is not elected; inherited
What is The House of Commons? Parliament that is elected by the people
what reform extended voting rights almost double the size of the electorate Reform act of 1867
What is it called when your vote is unknown secret ballot
who were the reformers who supported the People's Caharter Chartists
having to have a certain amount of property in order to be able to vote property qualifications
What reform act gave representation to newer cities,Eliminated many rotten boroughs,Reduced property requirements on voting? Reform act of 1832.
after the June days who was elected ruler of France? Louis Napoleon
Who ruled France after the Congress if Vienna? Louis XVIII
What is universal suffrage? The right to vote worldwide with no restrictions.
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