HISTORY Midterm Exam Study Guide

HISTORY Midterm Exam Study Guide - Midterm Exam Study Guide...

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Dates: Louis XIV becomes King (1643) Rousseau’s Social Contract (1762) Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations (1776) French Revolution (1789) Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia (1812) The Congress of Vienna (1814-15) The Decembrist Revolt (1825) The Opium War (1839-42) The Great Reform Bill in Britain (1832) Liberal/Nationalist Revolutions (1848) Marx and Engles’ Communist Manifesto (1848) Italy becomes totally unified (1866) Identifications will be drawn from all three lists (Vocabulary, People, Arts and Ideas) Vocabulary: Aristocracy Deism The Social Contract Ancien regime Serfs/peasants The French Revolution Philosophers Reign of Terror Estates General Jacobins Anticlericalism Separate spheres : men: public/woman: private have different roles. Divine Right of Kings The Napoleonic code The Napoleonic Wars The Congress of Vienna The Decembrist Revolt The Industrial Revolution Bourgeoisie Proletariat Enclosure: land lords put up fences, landlords wanted to make more money. Emphasize of private property. Autonomy:
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