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Lesson 8 Review

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A type of government where the government does not have all the power Limited government
Makes laws for government Parliament
A house in Parliament where the officials are elected House of Commons
Abandoned cities that still sent representatives to Parliament despite its population Rotten boroughs
The right to vote Suffrage
Tax on imported goods Tariff
Gave representation to newer cities, eliminated many rotten boroughs, reduced property requirements for voting Reform Act of 1832
Radicals who supported a petition that called for universal male suffrage, salaries for Parliament officials, a secret ballot, an annual election, and getting rid of property requirements Chartists
To vote you had to have this Property qualifications
Elected official who governs Britain Prime Minister
Two very influential Prime Ministers that brought about many reforms for Britain Benjamin Disraeli and William Gladstone
This keeps people from knowing who you voted for Secret ballot
This act stripped the House of Lords of most of its power Parliament Act of 1911
This act gave women the right to vote Reform Act of 1918
Britain's most important abolitionist William Wilberforce
Abolished tariffs on imported grain and helped lower bread prices Corn Laws
This king of Britain ruled after the Congress of Vienna and practiced a limited government Louis XVIII
This king ruled after Louis XVIII and took power away from the people in hopes to return to absolutism Charles X
One faction in France that sought for large-scale changes that would lead to a republic and full voting rights Radical
A faction in France that sought for a limited monarchy and limited voting right. Supported political freedom but not economic reforms Moderates
A faction in France that wished to return to a an absolutist monarchy and dissolve all reforms Monarchists
Caused by Charles X taking power away form the people, this revolution lasted for several days. Eventually Charles X went into exile Revolution of 1830
This elected king came to power after the Revolution of 1830 and ruled with a limited government Louis Philippe
This revolution was caused by limited freedom and economic hardships, and it eventually forced Louis Philippe into exile Revolution of 1848
Formed after Louis Philippe went into exile and a new constitution was written Second Republic
A three day period of violence between French troops and civilians where over 10,000 people died June Days
Elected as the leader of France after the June days, he was popular at first, but then declared himself as Emperor of France. Eventually captured in the Franco-Prussian war Louis Napoleon
War between France and Prussia, Franco-Prussian war
Organization set up by radicals that pushed for communist style revolution Paris Commune
Members of the Paris Commune Communards
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