AP Euro Part 7 19 cards

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What challenges did Louis XVIII face?

- old age - limited power - confined to a chair due to goutyness


How was Charles X different than his brother Louis?

- didn't have moderation - wanted to reutrn to post policies


What was the result of Charles X policies in France?

- chamber turned against him - revolution/uprisings - return to a republic


What was the Peterloo Massaacre?

During a political demonstration for the reform troops killed 11 people and injured 400.


In what ways did Britain reform (around the time of the Concert of Vienna)?

- liberal legislation reorganized the church - reformed divorce laws - introduced the Poor Law - bill abolishing slavery - criminal code reformed - working conditions improved


How has class structure changed in the 19th century?

Identified by income and occupation.


How was the middle class structured?

High - bankers Middle - Merchants Low - Workers


What were the attitudes towards sex in the 1800s?

premartial sex declinded women were not supposed to enjoy it * due to the Victorian Age beliefs


How did the role of women change as a result of the Industrial Revolution?

- women were major part of labor force in factories - most popular job for women was a domestic servant


What is neoclassical?

revival of a classical style with a new perspective


What is romanticism?

an artistic movement in the 18th century


What are the characteristics of romanticism?

- individualistc, beautiful, exotic, and emotions - emphasized inner feelings, mysterious, super natural, untamed nature, believed past was better, glorified heroes, and radical change in government


What is Liberalism?

a set of attitudes that combined notions of social/political justice with a commitment to economic progress


What did Liberalism support and who was it promoted by?

Promoted by middle class. Supported Constiutionalism and Laissez-faire (Capitalism)


What did Adam Smith believe?

Believed economics should be free of government intervention. (Liberalism)


What did Thomas Rober Malthus believe?

-wanted to reduced the quantity of human suffering - didn't like poor - used population control (Liberalism)


What did Jeremy Bentham believe?

believed in utilitarianism: do things that provide you with utilities (Liberalism)


What is nationalism?

An awareness of cultural and territorial identities Common bonds between land, language, folklore, and others