Chapter 14 Review Political

  • Period: Nov 7, 1400 to

    Rights

    People were transitioning more from collective rights to individfual rights, esp. political.
  • Period: Nov 7, 1400 to Nov 7, 1500

    resurge

    aristocratic resurgence
  • Period: Oct 30, 1500 to

    unbalaced

    state and church competing for influence because of new science
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    unstable

    Hobbes vs. Locke
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    stable

    scientists travel between countries often
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    riots

    discontent with statuses
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    Freedom

    Colonies declare freedom
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    Monarchs against print culture

    Censorship rises with the increase in literacy.
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    Governments

    Governments are more open.
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    Help

    Women helped male family members in business.
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    Extremeism

    France gets more extreme as the revolution starts with the Jacobans, then the Geordans, then the Mountains, then regresses with the convention and the national assembly.
  • Treaty of Utrecht

    established empire's boundries
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    revolt

    slave revolt
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    taxes

    increase
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    New Policies

    Used generosity flatery and Bribery and issued a general amnesty.
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    Betrayal

    Employed secret police
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    Nationalism

    People are bonded by language, customs, culture and history, and so should be tended to by the same government.
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    Popular Sovereignty

    Governent may only exist with the consent of the governed.
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    Six areas

    Nationalistic pressure occured in Ireland, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, and Poland.
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    Unification

    Many peoples and nations want independence in the unified state.
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    Government

    Liberals wanted a more representative government.
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    The concert of Europe

    Solved mutual foreign policy issues peacefully.
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    Prison

    All were housed together.
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    The Auburn system

    Prisoners only separated at night.
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    Philadelphia system

    Prisoners kept separate at all times.
  • The Berin Decree

    Boycotted British Goods
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    Vienna

    Restored bouborn power in France and hoped to satisfy Napolean
  • First congress

    Aix-La-Chapelle in Germany
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    Slavery

    anti slavery movement.
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    Cholera

    Struck all classes, making a demand for cleanliness, so people would be happy and not revolt.
  • The year of the revolutions

    Started by the aristocrats.
  • Treaty of Brussels

    Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, and Britain.
  • Transportation

    Prisoners sent to New South Wales instead of capital punishment.
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    Result of the Crimean War

    Unstable Europe needs reforms.
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    Housing

    Government sees housing is a growing problem and tried to fix it.
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    Ghandi

    Led India to independence.
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    New Imperialism

    More direct seizure and control of territory.
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    Western States

    Spread their control over 10 million square miles and 150 million people. 1/5th of the land and 1/10 th of the population.
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    THe Franco Prussian Was

    Argument over Afganistan
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    Scramble for Africa

    Everybosy wants a piece of Africa
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    Cinema

    Used as a propaganda tool.
  • Versallies

    powers gather to settle the dust
  • The Kellogg-Briand pact

    End of war, as a tool for peace.
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    World War 2

    See everything else from this chapter.
  • Soviet German

    Nonagression Pact.
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    The big three

    Met in Iran, Crimea, and Berlin to decide things after the war. Democracies were on the rise.
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    After the war

    Peaceful Allied treaties were signed.
  • Vietnam War

    Vietnam War starts.
  • Israel is formed

    Israel is formed.
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    Korean War

    North Korea invades South Korea and starts a war.
  • NATO

    Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Britain, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Iceland, Canada, and the U. S. Comecon was also formed.
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    European Unification

    Economic cooperation, became a major force with the creation of the EEC, the EU, and the EFTA.
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    colonies

    decolonization
  • Warsaw Pact

    Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Soviet Union.
  • The Suez Intervention

    Fighting over the Suez Canal.
  • Cuban Missile Crisis

    Communist Russia supposedly brought missiles into Cuba.
  • De Gaulle

    Helps Algeria become independent.
  • The Brezhnev Doctrine

    Sought to sustain Communist governments.
  • Vietnam is united.

    Vietnam is united.
  • Assassination

    Anwar Sadat.
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    Troops in the Middle East

    increase known as the Surge.
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    NATO bombing

    of Yugoslavia.