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Chapter 19 Notes- Industrial Revolution

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Chapter 19 Notes- Industrial Revolution History 1112

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These notes just cover some of the key terms in Chapter 19.
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Chapter 19 Notes Key Terms: th  Industrial Revolution­ Industrial movement of the 19  century that began in England.  Joint­stock investment bank­ pooled the savings of investors to create a supply of  capital that could be re­invested into industrial industry.  Trade unions­ associations formed by skilled workers to fight for workers’ rights.  Marxism­ theory formed by Germans Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Claimed that  society was broken into two main groups, the bourgeois and proletariat, and that the  proletariat (lower half/ oppressed) would overthrow the bourgeois. These ideas were  published in The Communist Manifesto in 1848.  Class struggle­ disparity and disagreements between the lower and upper classes of  society.  Revisionism­ the process of changing a society’s government or beliefs. An issue that  many Marxists were divided on.  Revolutionary socialism­ argued that workers must organize mass political parties and  work together with other progressive elements to gain reform.  Legitimacy­ term used to describe legitimate monarchs and restoring that order to the  thrones of kingdoms to preserve traditional institutions.  Conservatism­ term for those who favor obedience to political authority, believed in  organized religion, despised revolutionaries, and wont accept liberal ideas.  Liberalism­ term for those who derived beliefs from the Enlightenment. Believed in  protection of human rights.  Mass politics­ politics/ ideas (mainly those of liberalism) that came to be prominent in  western European countries.   Anti­Semitism­ German denunciation of the Jewish race.  Westernizers­ Russian intellectuals who believed western ideals would solve Russian  issues.  Slavophiles­  those who opposed the ideas of Westernizers and believed that Russian  society was superior to Western ideals.  Anarchists­ individuals who believed that violence who disintegrate institutions in  Russia


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