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chapter 23

The slavery abolition act of 1833 immediately freed all slaves in Great Britain and all of the British empire. False
The British parliament did not grant women any voting rights util 1928. False
New Zealand was the first country to grant women the right to vote. True
The Reform act of 1832 significantly reduced the power of the aristocracy in Britain True
William Gladstone was a liberal who was elected prime minister several times between 1868 and 1885 True
Louis Philippe extended the suffrage to all adult men, granted freedom of the press, and oversaw the adoption of a new constitution in France. False
The Dreyfus affair had an important effect on the growth of Jewish nationalism. True
In 1804, Saint Domingue declared independence from France, becoming the new nation of Haiti. True
Agustin de Iturbide proposed a compromise between revolutionaries and royalists in Mexico that allowed them to successfully fight for independence from Spain. True
Simon Bolivar fought against Napoleon in the Napoleonic Wars and used the military skills he learned to fight for South American independence from Spain. False
Peninsulares were people of European descent who were born in the Spanish colonies of Latin America. False
Revolutions in Haiti, Mexico, the United States, and France inspired revolutionary leaders in South America. True
All women in Britain gained the right to cote in 1918. False
Benjamin Disraeli argued for women's voting rights in a speech before the House of Commons. True
The Revolution of 1848 in France had a far-reaching impact because it inspired similar revolutions across Europe. True
The Third Republic began when the French Assembly deposed Napoleon III after he surrendered in the Franco-Prussian War True
Jose de San Martin wanted to form and independent Federation of the Andes. False
Accounts such as the one by Thomas Wood led to the passage of The Factory Act
What did Benjamin Disraeli, Emmeline Pankhurst, and the Chartists have in common? All sought to extend voting rights
Why did the British government create the Canadian dominion? To keep the colonies from rebelling against British rule
Using your knowledge of the chapter what accounted for the steep population decline shown in the graph titled "Population of Ireland, 1780-1920"? potato crop failures and immigration
According to the graph titled "population of Ireland, 1780-1920", in approximately what year did the irish population reach its height? 1845
After Charles X abdicated, French leaders formed what kind of government a constitutional monarchy
The Congress of Vienna did which of the following? restored Lois XVIII to the French throne
Which of the following represents the correct sequence of French rulers? Charles X, Louis Philippe, Louis Napoleon
Who led the Second Empire in France? Napoleon III
Which of the following groups of people in Latin America were most likely to be revolutionaries? creoles
Which of the following revolutionaries wanted to unite all of South America into the Federations of the Andes? Simon Bolivar
Which of the following countries achieved independence with the least violence and bloodshed? Brazil
Bothe Miguel Hidalgo and Jose Maria Morelos were executed by Spanish authorities.
Who was the first leader of an independent Brazil? Pedro I
What was the effect of the Reform Act of 1832? it gave industrial cities representation in Parliament for the first time.
Despite Queen Victoria's views, Disraeli supported women's voting rights
The Revolution of 1830 in France replaced Charles X with Louis Philippe
The Dreyfus affair had a lasting impact because it inspired the Zionist movement
How did Agustin de Iturbide become emperor of Mexico? by bringing together creoles, peninsulares, royalists, and revolutionaries
Brazilian colonists achieved their independence from Portugal when Prince Pedro declared Brazil independent
The Reform Act of 1832 was passed to address which of the following issues? unequal representation in Parliament
Publishing false information libel
the "citizen king" Louis Philippe
Austrian who opposed democratic reforms Klemens von Metternich
Strong military leader who fought for Mexican independence from Spain Jose Maria Morelos
Petition to Parliament demanding voting rights for all men People's charter
Parliament abolished slavery Slavery Abolition Act
Period in England characterized by democratic reforms Victorian Era
Event that deposed Louis Philippe Revolution of 1848
Tragic example of prejudice toward Jews in France Dreyfus affair
Elected president of the Second Republic in France Louis Napoleon
Document that inspired revolutionaries in French colonies Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the and of the citizen
Used militant direct action tactics to win the right to vote for women Emmeline Pankhurst
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