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Lesson 8 Review

legalized force is restricted through delegated and enumerated powers limited government
Britain's government Parliament
Group in Parliament that is elected House of commons
Group in Parliament that is not elected House of Lords
A borough that was able to elect a representative to Parliament though having very few voters Rotten Boroughs
Voting Suffrage
Voting for everyone Universal suffrage
Women's voting Women's Suffrage
tax on imports and exports Tariff
Eliminated rotten boroughs and gave more men the right to vote Reform Act of 1832
People in support of the People's Charter (petition for universal male suffrage and other reforms) Chartists
A document that is signed by many in favor of a certain change Petition
Having to own a certain amount of land to vote Property Qualifications
Britain's head of government Prime Minister
Prime Minister who was the leader of the Conservative Party and sought for more democracy Benjamin Disraeli
Prime minister who wanted more democratic reform in Britain. He was the leader of the Whig Party. William Gladstone
Reduced property qualifications for men Reform Act of 1867
casting votes in secret Secret Ballot
Further reduced property qualifications and raised the number of voters Reform Act of 1884
Act that deprived the House of Lords of its absolute power of veto on legislation, giving people more representation Parliament Act of 1911
Gave women the right to vote Reform Act of 1918
Most famous abolitionist in Britain William Wilberforce
Laws that removed tariff on grain Corn Laws
King of France, placed into power by the Congress of Vienna. He was a moderate ruler. Louis XVIII
Became king of France after Louis XVIII died. He would not accept limited power and was eventually overthrown. Charles X
1/3 factions in France. They wanted major reforms in economics and politics Radical
Wanted limited monarchy and limited reforms Moderate
Wanted France to return to their old absolute monarchy Monarchist
Charles X's attempted to gain more power for himself and people acted Revolution of 1830
King who came into power after an uprising, only to cause another for the same reasons Louis Philippe
Started by a combination of limited freedoms and economic job problems Revolution of 1848
Louis Philippe was forced out of power and people proclaimed this in France Second Republic
outburst of violence in France June Days
Came into power then later crowned himself as emperor of France Louis Napoleon
Napoleon III was captured, taking him out of power Franco-Prussian War
After Napoleon III republicans declared this to be France Third Republic
In 1871 this organization pushed for more radical reforms in France Paris Commune
Members of the Paris Commune Communards
French leader Premier
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