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CLEP West Civilization II - Conservation Liberalism And Revolution

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1. 'red shirts' started conquesting Italy. Gave what he conquered to the king.






2. The belief that all people are servants of the state.






3. 'legistlative body' rea. p 62 that controlled the newspapers. Charles X stopped it. and Louis Philippe I was put in control of France by the liberals.






4. The unstable rule of the Mediterranean by the Ottomans.






5. 'people interested in returning France to the days of the ancien regime.' rea p. 62. Charles X and Louis XVlII supported them.






6. Congress allowed France to join their alliance. The leader was Klemens von Metternich.






7. Did not like the radical ideas. His National Guard fired on the people of Paris and killed some.






8. By John Stuart Mill. ideas: if people are not being annoying they should be left alone. open mind about beliefs. religious freedom and women rights.






9. Bismarck made a telegram seem like the kaiser has insulted France. Germany joined North German Confederation.






10. Alsace and Lorraine were lost by the French and they were never again the main power in Europe.






11. 'politics based on what was possible not on appealing theories' rea p. 66






12. 6 months long. Napoleon III was taken captive and some of his army was also capture at Sedan.






13. The battle where Napoleon was defeated after he escaped Elba. He was then sent to St. Helena - another island - where he died 6 yrs. after.






14. Ideas of Enlightenment and French Revolution became more acceptable to the bourgeoisie.






15. Shops were closed - there were riots - but the government stopped them - and radicals were killed. Stopped when Napoleon's nephew was president.






16. France invaded Spain and Austria did the same in Naples.






17. Made Count Camillo Benso di Cavour his 'minister of agriculture and trade' rea p 65






18. Russia - Prussia - Austria - and Britain. they all worked together to take over Napoleon. He was defeated at Leipzig and was exiled on Elba - an island.






19. Wanted to build a stronger military. liberals opposed this.






20. Radical. spent much life in exile. wanted Rome to be the capital when Italy was united.






21. Revolution during the Hapsburg dynasty.






22. 'father of modern conservatism' wrote: Reflections on the Revolution in France. 'People will not look forward to posterity who never look back to their ancestors'






23. The people in Russia tried to establish and monarchy with a constitution. Happened on the first day that Tsar Nicholar I ruled.






24. One of the leaders of the provisional government. Started government stores to provide work for people and gave the vote to men.






25. Bismark wanted to show if Holstein of Schleswig was more powerful. He defeated Austria.






26. Greeks wanted freedom from the Ottoman Empire.






27. The prince put on the throne in Mexico after the French took over






28. Had influence on Ralph Waldo Emerson.






29. Free trade in Germany.






30. 1852. wanted to make France more powerful and more influential.






31. Said good sounding ideas can be very wrong and traditoin helps decided. thought traditional communities were important.






32. Started a monarchy in Greece and made them independent.






33. Italy defeated Austro-Hungarian.






34. Ignored the constitution of Spain and ruined the parliament. 1820 Naples had revolution.






35. Language - history and customs of different countries.






36. Defeated Austria and Russia. Called King of Italy.






37. Discussion in Vienna about how the continent was to be reorganized now that Napoleon no longer ruled. The point of it was to keep all countries equal and not have one dominating the other.






38. Britain - France and Ottoman against Russia. Russians thought they should have control of the Christian shrines. Russia lost and France and England were able to trade in the Black Sea.






39. Volksgeist. 'people's spirit'






40. 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner'






41. Made prime minister of Prussia by Wilhelm. warred against denmark.






42. New beliefs crash with old ones - from this new beliefs are made. thesis (belief) antithesis + (opposite of the belief) = synthesis.






43. Ruled Piedmont-Sardinia. warred with Austria and defeated Italy.






44. Austria - Russia - and Prussia. Protocol of Troppau said they could interfere with countries that could not keep conservatism by themselves.






45. Forbid anyone in the countries he ruled from trading with Britain. By Napoleon.