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What keeps the king from having to much power? Limited Government
Britain's Congress Parliament
The house in Parliament that was elected by the people. House of Commons
The house in Parliament that you can only get into if you inherit a position. House of Lords
Older districts with few voters sent several representatives Rotten Boroughs
The right to vote Suffurage
Citizens without restrictions based on sex, race, religious belief, wealth or social status Universal Sufferage
The women's right to vote Woman's Sufferage
A tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports Tariff
This gave representation to newer cities, eliminated many rotten boroughs, and reduced property requirements on voting Reform Act of 1832
What do you call the reformers who supported the People’s Charter Chartists
A written request that is signed by many people that states that there are a lot of people for this request. Petition
If you didn't own land you could not vote because of this Property Qualifcations
The ruler of an elected government. Prime Minister
Prime minister of the united kingdom. Benjamin Disraeli
Prime minister of Great Britain William Gladstone
This extended voting rights and almost doubled the size of the electorate Reform Act of 1867
A election where nobody knew what your vote was Secret Ballot
This added more than 2 million new voters Reform Act of 1884
This stripped the House of Lords of most power Parliament Act of 1911
Women gained the right to vote with the passage of what. Reform Act of 1918
Who was Britain’s most important abolitionist William Wilberforce
This abolished tariffs on imported grain and helped lower bread prices Corn Laws
Who practiced limited government, constitutional monarchy with individual freedoms and a legislature to share Louis XVIII
Who was unwilling to accept limited rule and sought to return to absolutism Charles X
People who wanted a democracy Radical
People who wanted limited government Moderate
People who wanted a absolutist king Monarchists
During what did citizens clashed with royal troops for several days Revolution of 1830
Louis Phillppe
Revolution of 1848
Second Republic
June Days
Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III)
Franco-Prussian War
Third Republic
Paris Commune
Communards
Premier