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population revolution
huge growth in population in Western Europe beginning in 1730
proto-industrialization
preliminary shift away from agricultural economy in Europe
French Revoltion
revolution in France 1789-1800. Over threw Bourbon monarchy and established French Empire under Napoleon Bonaparte
American Civil War
1861-1865, abolished slavery in the United States and the North and the South reunified
Decleration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
fundimental equality of all French Citizens
guillotine
human execution
nationalism
urged importance of national unity
transformismo
political system in Italy that promoted alliance of conservatives and liberals
Congress of Vienna
meeting in the aftermath of of Napoleonic Wars to restore political stability in Europe
liberals
limited state interference in individual life, urged imporance of constituional rule and parliments
radicals
wanted broader voting rights, urged reforms in favor of lower classes
Greek Revolution
rebellion in Greecfe against Ottomon Empire
Reform Bill of 1832
In Britain, Extended vote to most members of middle class
social question
issues relating to repressed classes, workers and women
factory system
intensification of processes of production at single sites, greater organization of labor and firmer discipline
luddite
workers in Britain replaced by machines
Chartist Movement
artisans and workers in Britain tried to gain the vote
revolutions of 1848 and 1849
nationalist and liberal movements within France Germany and Habsburg Empire
socialism
uged an attack on private property in the name of equality, wanted control of means of production
revisionism
socialist movement, believed social success could be achieved gradually through political institutions
feminist movement
sought various legal and economic gain for women
mass leisure culture
an aspect based on newspapers, music halls, populat theater, vaction trips, and team sports
romanticism
artistic and literacy movement, emotion and impression where the keysto the mysteries of human experience and nature
Triple alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Triple entente
Britain, Russia, France
Balkan nationalism
movements to create independent nations the Balkan possesion of the Ottoman Empire