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Certain principles of action by a state constitution Limited gov
A legislative, elected body of government Parliament
The lower house of the U.K's parliament House of Commons
The upper house of the U.K's parliament House of Lords
A borough that was found to have decayed to the point of no longer having a constituency Rotten boroughs
The right to vote Suffrage
The extension of voting rights to all citizens Universal suffrage
A tax on imports Tariff
It redistributed seats in the House of Commons, it also allowed one in five men to vote. But, it did keep the property requirement. Reform Act of 1832
The aim was to gain political rights and influence for the working classes Chartists
A formal written request Petition
Having a certain amount of property to exercise a right Property qualifications
The most senior minister of the cabinet Prime Minister
An influential prime minister who served during the mid to late 1800's Benjamin Disreali
An influential prime minister who served during the mid to late 1800's William Gladstone
Ruled France after the Congress of Vienna, practiced limited gov. , and had a constitutional monarchy with individual freedoms and a legislature to share power Louis XVII
He took over after Louis' death, he was unwilling to accept limited rule and sought to return to absolutism, he restricted voting rights, dissolved the legislature, and imposed censorship Charles X
Wanted a republic with full voting rights, wanted dramatic change in both politics and economics Radical
Wanted a limited monarchy with limited voting rights for citizens, supported political freedom but not economic reform Moderate
Wanted to return to an absolutist monarchy, wanted no reforms in either politics or economics, saw nothing wrong with the ancien regime Monarchist
The revolution that Charles X gave up in and went into exile Revolution of 1830
Legislature elected king, he was a popular figure in France, was a moderate, accepted limited power Louis Philippe
Unemployment, rising food prices, and angry workers were the cause of this revolution Revolution of 1848
A ballot in which votes are cast in secret Secret ballot
Another workers' revolt, happened in June June Days
Was popular with both workers and elites, over time he took more and more power for himself. In 1852 he named himself emperor of France. He would rule as dictator of the 2nd empire until 1870 Louis Napoleon
The war that ended Napoleon III's rule Franco-Prussian War
Prevailed after the Paris Commune, France achieved stable democracy with this, monarchists never tried to install a king again Third Republic
Radicals set up this organization, members of this group were called Communards Paris Commune
People who were apart of the Paris Commune Communards
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