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Where people believed in freedom and not ideas of the Old RegimeArtistic, literary, and musical37. LiberalismPolitical ideology of the 19thcentury that grew out of the enlightenmentBacked by the emerging middle class of the Industrial Revolution such as lawyers doctors and entrepreneursPolitical program that’s right for everyoneSupports Civil liberties and individual rights such as freedom of speech, press, assembly, and religion, but with limitsBelieved the state should have three functions and not get involvedi.Defend militaryii.Provide polisiii.Maintain public works too expensive for individuals to maintainSignificance grew out of the Enlightenment, believed the state shouldn’t get involved and proclaimed individuals would do what is best if left alone38. SocialismPolitical ideology of the 19thcentury
Originated in FranceFirst seen as a product of intellectual wanting to introduce a quality into society as a result of Industrial RevolutionWay to make the Industrial Revolution more fairAgainst the freed for private property Believes competition is driving everything and destroying societySignificance major social ideas formed here and many major socialists thinkers39. Louis BlancFrench socialists thinker who in 1839 or 1840 wrote the document the “Organization of Labor” which had a specific plan about workshops organizing societyInvited workers to demand universal working rights and the government should step in by setting up a minimum wageDoesn’t like the exploration of workers and how wages are downBelieves in free competition with wages The significance was that he was the first to put ideas out there and then into practice and thought workshops would bring people together40. Karl MarxSocialist thinker who wrote “the Manifesto of the Communist Party” in 1848Trained as a philosopher and upon graduation at Berlin University became a radical journalistMoved in and out of Europe as a writer41. Friedrich EngelsSocialist thinker who wrote “the Manifesto of the Communist Party” in 1848An ongoing illusionist in Manchester42. “The Manifesto of the Communist Party”Written in 1848 by Karl Marx and Friedrich EngelsBelieved the bourgeoisie had become triumph it and didn’t see how the conditions of the workers was hurting themThe bourgeoisie are trying to put down the workers of the work and workers have their condition to workThought the bourgeoisie controlled everything and they were starting to lose control since the proletariat are rising to revoltBelieved the workers will seize control of the factors and workSaw history in three stagesi.Feudalismii.Capitalismiii. SocialismThe significance is that they believed in a revolt by the workers and their right to working condition and wanted to get rid of competition43. Edwin ChadwickBritish reformer of the 1840’s who wrote “the Sanitary Conditions of the Laboring Population” in 1842

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INGRAO
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History, French Revolution, Bastille, Louis XVI of France, Napoleon III of France, Louis XVIII of France

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