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Chap. 24 Sec. 2,3

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Why did most of the revolts fail? (Sec. 2 ) Most of the revolts failed because there was a lack of stability. As well as a lack of strong allies and support.
How were radicals different from liberals? (Sec. 2 ) Radicals wanted democracy for all and favored drastic change while liberals wanted elected Parliament to hold power (mostly middle class business leaders and merchants.
Why did France’s Third Republic fail? (Sec. 2) The people had different views and split.
What was the driving force behind Russia’s industrial expansion? (Sec. 2 ) End of Serfdom helped Russia advance economically.
Why might liberals and radicals join together in a nationalist cause? (Sec. 2 ) They knew that they were all living in the same country and nation and both wanted to support it.
Which aging empires suffered from the forces of nationalism? (Sec. 3 ) Ottoman, Russian, and Austrian.
What role did Garibaldi play in the Unification of Italy? (Sec. 3 ) He united the southern areas that he conquered in Italy.
What advantages did Prussia have in leading the German states to unify? (Sec. 3) Prussia had a powerful army and led German states to unify.
How can nationalism be both unifying and and disunifying? (Sec. 3) It unified people through language and patriotism but disunify them because they could break out into a civil war.
Why did the Austrian, Russian, and Ottoman empires face such great challenges to control their land? (Sec. 3 ) They had many different groups and could not control the diversity.
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