Chapter 19 Notes- Industrial Revolution
Chapter 19 Notes- Industrial Revolution History 1112
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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