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Lecture 4/17/08 Metternich and the Birth of Ideologies: Nationalism and Liberalism Issues to be touched today - congress of Vienna - definitions of nationalism and liberalism - differences/ similarities btw them - differences btw then and now I. Congress of Vienna - no actual conferences, everything settled behind scences Tasks for the Congress of Vienna - How to treat the vanquished? - How to keep the alliance together? - How to deal with forces and movements unleashed during war? Congress of Vienna - Metternich/ Alexander I/ Castlereigh/ Talleyrand - Leninent treatment of France ( cf. Versailles Treaty) (restoration of the King) o Able to maintain peace b/c leniency - balance of power (congress system) - restoration and legitimacy (rulers kicked out during revolution restored - conservatism Metternich - arrogant w/ tremendous ego (says above most men and how right he is) II. Nationalism Definition: “nationalism is principle which holds that the political and national unit should be congruent, and their unit should be united in a single territory.” Problems of nationalism What makes this unit congruent?
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2008 for the course HIST 4C taught by Professor Dawson during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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