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HIST 1112: March 10, 2016

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HIST 1112: March 10, 2016 hist 1112

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These notes are notes we took before going on Spring Break, just in case you weren't able to attend class.
Sur of World Hist Since 1500
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Date Created: 02/11/16
 Age of Revolutions: Europe & Latin America:  Question: What were the common causes and tendencies of the nineteenth century Latin American and European Revolutions? o Disastrous harvests, general discontent with the state, and liberal ideologies inspired by the American and French Revolutions caused these revolutions. th o Most 19 revolutions implemented their own constitutions and republican governments, but ultimately fell to conservative tendencies (dictatorship or traditional monarchs).  Preconditions for Revolution: o Bad harvests o General discontent with the state  Taxes  Conscription  Napoleonic wars  Religion o New liberalism  Liberalism o Legacy of American/French Revolutions o Elective legislative body  Based on a limited franchise o Freedom of speech/ print o Laissez-faire  Adam Smith o Nationalism  Conservatism o Divine Right o Moral and Social Control o Weakness:  Small support base  Revolutions in South America o Napoleonic Peninsular war  Spain and Portugal o Simon Bolivar  Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador  Grand Columbia o First republic in South America  Dictatorship  “Boliva” o Republics replaced by aristocratic dictators  July Revolution of 1830 o Napoleon’s Downfall o Bourbon Restoration  King Charles X  Ultra-Catholic Measures o King Louis-Phillippe  Supports Liberals and Merchant Class  Revolution in France, 1848 o Bad Harvests o Electoral reform nd o 2 French Republic  Rise of socialism  Louis Blanc  “National Workshops”  Constitution o Rise of Louis Napoleon: Right to Work  Plebiscite: a vote where you can only answer the questions with yes or no  Revolution in the German States o Bad Harvests/Word from France o “March Governments” o Frankfurt Parliament o Basic Rights of the German People o Prussian King Shuts down o FAILURE  Revolution in Austria o Bad harvests/word from France o Ethnic Nationalism  Hungarians  Lajos Kossuth  Czechs o Abolishment of Feudalism  Robot o Austrian crown shuts down o FAILURE  Revolution in the Italian States o Bad harvests/ word from France o Piedmont Sardinia  Prince Charles Albert o Papal States o Roman Republic  Defeated by French Forces o French forces shut down o FAILURE  What do we learn from series of failed revolutions? o Now we enter the “Age of Mass Politics”


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