WC9 - TRIUMPH OF CONSERVATISM THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA...

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Unformatted text preview: TRIUMPH OF CONSERVATISM THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA (1814-15) RUSSIAN ANNEXATION OF POLAND DIVISION OF ITALY (NINE STATES) AUSTRIAN ANNEXATION OF LOMBARDY AND VENETIA DIVISION OF GERMANY (39 STATES) RESTORATION OF MONARCHIES IN FRANCE AND THE NETHERLANDS THE HOLY ALLIANCE (September 26, 1815) PEACE PRINCIPLE OF LIGITIMACY 1820 (PRINCIPLE OF INTERVENTION) THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION THE JAMES WATT (1736-1819) JAMES STEAM ENGINE (1769) STEAM ENGLAND AS THE INITIAL LEADER ENGLAND THE INITIAL LEADER ENTREPRENEURIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE (GREAT EMPIRE) POPULATION INCREASE (15 PERCENT POPULATION PER DECADE) AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT (URBANIZATION) (URBANIZATION) DEVELOPTED CONSUMER MARKET DEVELOPTED ENERGY (STEAM ENGINE) ENERGY KEY RAW MATERIALS KEY MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES THE SECOND INDUSTRIAL THE REVOLUTION (LATE 1800s) ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY RISE OF LIBERALISM: GREECE RISE GREEK WAR OF INDEPENDENCE GREEK (1821-30) CATHERINE THE GREAT CATHERINE PHILIKÉ HETAIRIA (FRIENDLY PHILIKÉ BROTHERHOOD) ODESSA (1814) ODESSA ALEXANDER YPSILANTI ALEXANDER COUNT GIOVANNI CAPO D’ISTRIA D’ COUNT REVOLT IN MOLDOVA (MARCH 6, REVOLT 1821) REVOLTS IN PELOPONNESE (MARCH REVOLTS 25, 1821) INTERVENTION OF ENGLAND, INTERVENTION FRANCE, AND RUSSIA (1827) WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND WAR TURKEY (1828-29) DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION (FEBRUARY 3, 1830) RISE OF LIBERALISM: RUSSIA UNION OF SALVATION (1816) UNION NIKITA MURAVIEV NIKITA PAUL PESTEL PAUL CONRAD RYLEEV CONRAD 200 MEMBERS 200 MURAVIEV’S CONSTITUTION MURAVIEV CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY AND AND MANORIALISM PESTEL’S RUSSIAN JUSTICE PESTEL RUSSIAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC AND AGRARIAN REFORM THE SOUTHERN SOCIETY (1821) THE THE NORTHERN SOCIETY (1822) THE ALEXANDER’S MYSTERIOUS ALEXANDER DEATH (NOVEMBER 19, 1825) CONSTANTINE AND NICHOLAS CONSTANTINE THE REBELLION (DECEMBER 14, THE 1825) THE DECEMBRISTS THE ALEXANDER PUSHKIN (1799-1837) ALEXANDER RISE OF LIBERALISM: FRANCE RISE LOUIS XVIII (1814-24) LOUIS CONSTITUTION (JUNE 14, 1814) CONSTITUTION CHAMBER OF PEERS CHAMBER CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES CHAMBER CHARLES X (1824-30) CHARLES LAW OF INDEMNITY (1825) LAW LIBERAL MAJORITY OF THE DEPUTIES LIBERAL SECRET SOCIETIES SECRET REACTIONARY “JULY” (1830) REACTIONARY JULY” ORDINANCES AGAINST THE PRESS AND THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES THE JULY (1830) REVOLUTION THE LOUIS PHILIPPE (1830-48) LOUIS KING OF THE FRENCH KING RISE OF SOCIALISM • SOCIALISM (A PLANNED ECONOMY, GREATER ECONOMIC EQUALITY, OWNERSHIP OF INCOME-PRODUCING PROPERTY BY THE SOCIETY) • PLATO (429-347 BC) • THE REPUBLIC (360) • SIR THOMAS MOORE (1478-1535) • UTOPIA (1518) • TOMMASO CAMPANELLA (1568-1639) • CITY OF THE SUN (1602) • COUNT CLAUDE HENRI DE SAINT-SIMON (ROLE OF STATE) • CHARLES FOURIER (SELF-CONTAINED PHALANX OF 1,620 PERSONS) • PIERRE PROUDHON (ANARCHISM) • ROBERT OWEN (COOPERATIVES) • LOUIS BLANC (1811-1882) • THE ORGANIZATION OF LABOR (1840) LIBERALISM VS. SOCIALISM: FRANCE THE POPULAR REVOLUTION (FEBRUARY 24, 1848) THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE (1790-1869) THE SECOND REPUBLIC (1848-1852) THE NATIONAL WORKSHOPS (FEBRUARY 26, 1848) THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (APRIL 23, 1848) LIBERALS (500 SEATS) THE LEFT (100 SEATS) ROYALISTS (200 SEATS) THE INSURRECTION OF JUNE 1848 LOUIS CAVAIGNAC (1802-57) PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION (DECEMBER 10, 1848) PRINCE CHARLES LOUIS NAPOLEON BONAPARTE (1808-73) 5.4 MILLION VOTES HIS OPPONENTS (1.8 MILLION VOTES) PRESIDENT FOR LIFE (1851) THE SECOND EMPIRE (DECEMBER 2, 1852) NAPOLEON III (1852-70) THE CRIMEAN WAR (1853-1856) ALEXANDER II THE LIBERATOR ALEXANDER (1855-81) REFORMS REFORMS EMANCIPATION OF THE EMANCIPATION SERFS (March 3, 1861) ZEMSTVO ASSEMBLIES ZEMSTVO (1864) NOBELS (46.7%) NOBELS PEASANTS (34.3%) PEASANTS MERCHANTS (19%) MERCHANTS ...
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