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Haig Simitian AP European History DBQ- New Conservatism The 19th century was a time period associated with the rise of the conservative ideology starting in 1815 at the Congress of Vienna. Conservative leaders such as Metternich of Austria opposed ideas of liberalism and reformers because of the impact it would have on the status quo and multinational society. This Traditional Conservatism tended to defend tradition, hierarchy, and stress the limitations of human understanding. Otto von Bismarck of Prussia represented a new type of Conservatism because although he valued tradition, he pushed for idealistic reforms that were aligned with socialism, made sure church and state were separated, and he continuously shifted his policies to manipulate political parties. Otto von Bismarck was a big opponent to Socialist and Marxist ideology however he attempted to tackle socialism with a different strategy. Instead of crushing socialism completely
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