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AP World History Ch. 23

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1.  Prussia Prime Ministerwork with parliment to extend vote of menarchitect of german unification Junker- wealthy Noble
2.  Response to popular agitationto give parliamentary VOTE to most middle class men in BritainFailed to Produce democracy
3.  Social movements that argued marx's revolutionary vision was wrong & success could be achieved by peaceful democratic means.
4.  A leading general who converted revolutionary republic to an authoritarian empre. Ended FR and est french empire.liberal gaiins
5.  Britain Russia France
6.  Entertainment
7.  Huge Growth in pop in W Europe beginning about 1730
8.  Shift away from agricultural economy in Europe; workers become full or parttime producers of textile and metal products, working at home but in capitalistic system in which meterial, work orders, and ultimate sales depended on urban merchanges; Encourage New Technologies.
9.  Political View point with origins in WE. urged IMPORTANCE of natiional unity.Valued collective identity based on culture, race, or ethnic origin.
10.  Fought 1861-1865.1st war based on industrial weaponry & transport systems-resulted in abolition of slavery in the US & reunification of N & S
11.  British Conservative leader took initiative of granting the vote to WORKING CLASS MEN 1867
12.  Hoped that democratic GOV would regulate new technologies and promote popular education.attepted by ARTISANS and WORKERS in Britain to gain right to VOTE. Movement failed
13.  Series of Changes in economy of Western nations between 18th and 20th century. Stimulated  by; rapid population growth, increase agriculture productivity commercial revolution of 17th century and development of new means of transportation.
14.  French Philosopher-Founder of positivism- stressed observation and scientific approaches to the problems in society
15.  Execute thousands during radical phase of FR known as reign of terror
16.  Parlimentary people of all parties transformed once in rome to a single minded pursuit of poliical office. and support status quo
17.  1789-1800.-resulted in overthrow of Bourbon monarchy and old reginmes; ended with est of French Empire under Napoleon Bonaparte; source of many liberal movements and constitutions in Europe.
18.  Political movemnt with origins in WE during 19th century.-urge attack on private property-state control means of production to end capitalistic exploitation of working men
19.  Movements to create nations within balkan possessions of the ottoman empire; provooke series of crisis within the european alliance system; evenutally led to WW1
20.  In the Italian state of Piedmont began to support industrial development and extend the powers of parliament to please liberal forces.  archetect of italian unification in 1858; formed alliance with france to attack austrian control of northern italy. -resulted in creation of consitutional monarchy under piedmontese king
21.  Against ottoman empire 1820.key step in dismanting ottoman empire in balkans
22.  Constitutional issues replaced by social issues -schools-welfare
23.  French King.Bourbon monarch of france executed during the radical phase of the french revolution
24.  A meeting after Napoleon Wars to restore political stability in Europe and Settle Diplomatic Disputes.
25.  Wanted wider VOTING. "Reign of Terror"
26.  French Sci.Discover germsled to better sanitaion
27.  Period of political upheaval beginning with the American Revolution in 1775 and continuing through the French Revolution of 1789 and other movements for change up to 1848.
28.  Rebeliion of English American Colonies along Atlantic Seaboard between 1775 and 1783' resulted in independence for former british colonies and eventual formation of USA
29.  Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
30.  Accepted during the liberal phase of Revolution; started the fundamental equality of all French citizens. Declared The political objectives of the early phases of the French Revolution. "liberty, property, and security"
31.  1900s various legal and economic gains ofr women such as equal access to professions and high ed. right to vote  - middle class women
32.  Artistic, literary, emotion, imprettion NO REASON, passion nature human experience
33.  Evolution. biologist. survival
34.  Issues of Political Structure.Mostly Middle Class
35.  Viennese Physician-theories of human subconscious
36.  Mathmatical thoriesplantetary motionrelativity
37.  German Socialist/Theorist-focus on human perfectibility and utopia
38.  Opposition to REV goalsadvocated restoration of monarchy and defense of church
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