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AP Euro: ChAPter 22

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1.  In which of the following ways did Britain dominate Europe?
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2.  Western Europe experienced a shift in population from rural settlements to settlements in the
3.  Which part of Europe remained rural during the mid-1800s?
4.  The 1830's and 1840's is known as the great age for
5.  The railroad industry caused a greater demand for
6.  What new modes of transportation allowed for cheaper and more rapid passage of materials and products and easier migration of people?
7.  The varied labor force in the early 19th century was known as
8.  The process of proletarianization emerged from
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9.  Factory workers were primarily described as
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10.  These people were not harmed by the factories, prospered, were threatened by the organization of production, and affected by confection.
11.  These people became the most radical political element in the European working class.
12.  Chartism was
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13.  Industrialization did not destroy the working class family, it just ______________ it.
14.  The family was now a unit of just ____________________.
15.  The family was ____________ closely bound together because of industrialization.
16.  Married women
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17.  These women were known to lead precarious lifestyles, experience more fleeting relationships, have more illegitimate births, and were usually employed in factories.
18.  These societies experienced the presence of paid, professionally trained groups of law enforcement officers who kept order, protected property and lives, investigated criminal activity, and apprehended officers.
19.  The fear of _____________ ______________ led to better systems of police and prison reform, and reflected a need to impose order on a growing and migrating population.
20.  English police were known as
21.  The new goal during prison reform was
22.  The new prisons were modeled after prisons in
23.  Classical economics were part of classical __________________.
24.  Classical economics
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25.  This Classical Economist wrote "Essay on the Principle of Population", proposed that the human population grows geometrically, believed that the population will eventually surpass the food supply, and believed the only way to prevent this inevitable population growth/food shortage was to limit the number of births.
26.  David Ricardo wrote "Principles of Political Economy" and believed in the _________ ________ ___ ________
27.  The Iron Law of Wages proposed that
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28.  Employers were reluctant the raise wages, and allowed for the continued support for opposition to __________ ____________
29.  Classical Economics had less influence in _______________, where there was a tradition of state-directed economic development.
30.  Classical economics was more accepted in Great Britain, which was the home of major classical economists such as ___________ _______________
31.  "The greatest happiness for the greatest number" - the government could assure happiness by allowing people the maximum amount of individual freedoms, and the government could intervene to balance things out if people were still not happy.
32.  The Early socialists were called
33.  Utopian socialists
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34.  This person, a socialist, believed the focus of government should be on economic issues.
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35.  He believed that if people were placed in the correct surroundings, they could be improved.
36.  He believed the industrial order ignored the passionate side of human nature.
37.  Charles Fourier advocated
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38.  This denounced capitalism and favored the abolition of private property.
39.  Karl Marx claimed that his beliefs were ______________, so it attracted many people to his ideas.
40.  Karl Marx's ideas were derived from
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41.  The belief that economic conditions provided the foundation of the social order and that people were not free under capitalism was known as
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42.  A middle Class German radical who teamed up with Marx to write The Communist Manifesto was
43.  In the concept of Marxism, it was believed that the existence of social classes would
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44.  According the Marxism, a specific class could rule only so long as it
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45.  When a specific ruling class became outmoded it would be
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46.  Only these two countries escaped without major difficulty.
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47.  When the revolutions of 1848 were all said and done, more ____________ governments were once again in control.
48.  Name one cause of the revolutions of 1848.
49.  Population doubled in the 18th century, causing ________ ________ problems.
50.  Pre-1848 tensions caused by industrialism were influenced by
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51.  Repressive measures that caused pre-1848 tensions were
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52.  Name one ideological challenge that contributed to pre-1848 tensions.
53.  What was the name of the revolution in France which ended with King Louis Philippe abdicating his throne?
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