HistoryNotes-1-30-06 - History Notes - 1/30/06 ** One...

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Unformatted text preview: History Notes - 1/30/06 ** One person is determined to maintain diplomacy - Metternich - represents Old Europe - conservative - goal is to squash out any liberal agitation - he sees it as a threat - he is trying to rally other foreign ministers to think as he is thinking * Burschenschaften- college clubs determined to promote liberalism - mostly youth movement, but also university professors, etc. * Counter-meeting - Metternich called for a meeting - CARLS-BAD DECREES - Outlawed the Burchenschaft- Illegal - No one was allowed to go to these meetings - Censorship - These liberal groups were outlawed - they all go UNDERGROUND * Industrial revolution - 1815 - Great Britain was well into revolution * Aristocracy - dominating the seats of Parliament * Social fabric of countries that endured the Industrial Rev. was changing * British Parliament - Passed a series of laws - Corn Law - Very very high tariff on imports of grains and agricultural products - meant to protect farmers in England from foreign competition...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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HistoryNotes-1-30-06 - History Notes - 1/30/06 ** One...

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