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West Civ ModEur

by: Ramon Strosin

West Civ ModEur EUH 2030

Ramon Strosin
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Jeremy Rowan

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ramon Strosin on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EUH 2030 at Florida International University taught by Jeremy Rowan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 51 views. For similar materials see /class/221753/euh-2030-florida-international-university in History at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
Lecture 3 1182012 Notes Social mobility is a modern concept Didnt exsist back then Very little social mobility through buying titles If you were born a pheasant than you died a pheasant When you were born in a certain station than you stayed in that station because God wanted you to since you were born there God was on top of the chain Then Monarchy kings and queens Aristocracy owned land and titles Land was what determined if you had money or not continue titlesthrough passing it in the family have land and privilege privileged means that they did not have to pay taxes Middle class bourgeoisie 810 Consisted of many merchants and lawyers Those who did not work with their hands Many were extremely rich if they didnt have a title then they still had to pay taxes Pheasant Even animals were in the social structure the last was DIRT ln orderto be in the army you had to be a noble Had to buy your commission EX buying a college degree Challenges to Aristrocratic Dominance Pheasants were 8590 of population Western Europe Eastern Europe was 95 of population pheasant Absolute Monarchy France bourbon monarchy Prussia Germanic state of the northern capital was Berlin Most northern and powerful Housoff Dynasty Russia The Zars of Russia Austria Haxburgs Britain the greatest ofthe states New Ideologies in the Early 19th Century a Liberalism Constitutional rights Franchise Free Trade Laissezfaire economics Smith Ricardo b Conservation Edmund Burke 17291797 Re ections on the Revolution in France 1790 Maintain traditional order Metternich Monarchy Religious justification Divine Right Concert of Europe Prussia Russia Austria c Socialism Social reform and Universal male suffrage Utopian Socialists Robert Own 1771185 8 New Lanark Charles Fourier Phalanxes Practical Socialists Louis Blanc 18111882 State Workshops Scientific Scocialists Karl Marx 18181883 Das Kapital 18671894 Surplus value Friedrich Engels 18201895 George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel 17701831 Marx and Engels The Communist Manifesto 1848


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