05March08 - Restoration, Revolution, and Reform Lecture...

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Restoration, Revolution, and Reform Lecture Reading – Sherman, Chapter 18, pages 579-593. I) Congress of Vienna and the Congress System II) Restoration Governments want ally III) Threats to the System A) Liberal revolts B) Spain C) Russia D) Nationalist revolts E) Naples F) Piedmont G) Greece H) Widespread threats to Conservatism I) Lesson: Successful revolts have external support IV) Some Revolutions of 1830 V) France, 1830 A) Charles X seems reactionary B) Moderate leaders appoint Louis-Philippe, “the bourgeois king” C) Louis-Philippe doubles voting rights to 170,000 out of 30 million (1/175, roughly) D) This revolution doesn’t help workers and/or the poor VI)The Non-Revolt: England A) Doubles number of male voters in 1832 (1 in 5 men can vote) B) Reform bills passed (1832-1847) to make food affordable, etc. C) Prevents widespread revolts VII) Some 1848 Revolutions VIII) France leads more revolts A) Demands for broader suffrage B) Louis-Philippe flees C) Government turns socialist
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