2-4-10 - New Actors and New Forms of Political Culture...

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1 Feb. 4 New Actors and New Forms of Political Culture History 101: February 1-11 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ SOCIALISM Diversity Utopian Revolutionary Evolutionary Focuses primarily in the 19 th century, different connation then it does in the present sense Origins: Political Developments Reaction to dominant political Ideologies Liberalism Concerned with own property Pursuing self-interest Conservatism Effects of the French Revolution, remaking society and culture Series of wars then Napoleon comes into power and then more series of wars Congress of Vienna (1814-15) Authoritarian elitist, known as “Conservatism” Need tradition Religion is the glue, holds the society together Paternalistic Family, state Role of the aristocracy to be like a parent Society more important than the individual Free enterprise but with controls Origins: Economic Development
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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