History 040W Final Outline

History 040W Final Outline - History 040W Final Outline:...

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History 040W Final Outline: - Non-Cumulative: o The Revolutions of 1848 placed onto the agenda in Europe two major issues that were left unresolved by the collapse of the movement: the national question and the social question. Discuss the ways in which these two issues were resolved, even if only partly, during the next few decades, and the various political forces involved. Thesis: The collapse of the Revolutions of 1848 left two major issues unresolved in Europe: the national question and the social question. These two issues were resolved by (insert methods here). First Paragraph: (insert method here) Second Paragraph: (insert method here) Third Paragraph: (insert method here) Conclusion: The Revolutions of 1848 left two important issues unresolved in Europe: the national question and the social question. (insert methods here) were all employed to solve the problem. These measures also helped prevent future revolts and to provide stability to Europe. -
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