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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XVII p. 1 26 October 2010 Revolution and Reform I.  Two views at mid-century A. The First World’s Fair: 1851, The Crystal Palace, Progress and Reform on  Display B. The Irish Potato Famine: 1846-50 II. Reform A. The success story: England: 1828-1848: The Great Reform Act; factory  legislation; Repeal of the Corn Laws; Chartism contained B. The longest lived autocracy: Russia: 1825-1861 from the “Decembrists” to the  freeing the “freeing of the serfs” III. Revolution: 1848 A. Two themes: 1848 as 1789-1799 redux and the birth of central and east  European nationalisms B. France as 1789-1799 redux- “the first time as tragedy, the second time as  farce” (Karl Marx on 1848): February, June, December 1848, Napoleon III C. The Nationalist Revolutions–Prussia and other German states, Austria 
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