Bender Ch. 3 notes

Bender Ch. 3 notes - 1848 year that all of the ideas of...

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1848 – year that all of the ideas of liberal nationalism emerged Liberal nationalism – the aspirations for freedom and equality and progressive change as opposed to what a monarchy is marked by Slavery – not just in the sense of on a plantation, but also slavery in terms of dependence upon a king/outdated form of government. Colonists saw themselves as being enslaved Constitutional government – representative institutions, government is restricted to do certain things unlike a king Lajos Kossuth – leader of the Hungarian revolution against Austria. Lincoln used him as a revolutionary that Americans identify with Abolition of Slavery – not just America who abolished slavery, it was a global worldwide trend Henry Clay’s “American System” – formulation of a national economy, not just a southern economy Consolidated Nation – separate entities that are combined Decentralized Nation – not centralized and basically the opposite of consolidated nation Serfdom – system of labor like slavery
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