02-12-09 Liberalism and Its Critics in the 19th Century

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Liberalism and Its Critics in the 19 th Century I. Liberal Politics in the 19 th Century a. England b. France II. Socialism a. The “Utopian Socialists” Perception of Poverty within the readings - Lack of godliness among the poor - Being of the poor lower class makes you morally suspect - The social classes are perceived as ethically different Perception of gender in the readings - Women are not really supposed to be talented or intelligent, but sweet and romantic - Pg. 77 - New Woman: independence, work, mobility, equality - Pg. 93 - by miss Humphrey Wards: says women shouldn’t be allowed to vote because ballots usually deal with politics, which is not part of the women’s world anyways and because it would basically give a husband two votes; women, instead, can teach children, watch the house, and produce babies - Industrial Revolution couples liberalism as it pushes history forward Liberalism - Not challenging as in the French Revolution, doesn’t do anything to solve poverty - Liberalism now pushed further in hopes of extending to other classes to bring about change England
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course HIST 104 taught by Professor Lerner during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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