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Jilene Schafers

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4.In favor of traditional ways, social and political order, and resistant to change
5.English philosopher who wrote ‘Two Treatises On Government’; believed in the right to life liberty and property, government responsible to protect these rights
7.Law determining the fundamental political principles of a government
8.In favor of individual freedom, political change and social reform
10.One of the main factors that conrtibuted to the French economic crisis and indirectly brought about the French revolution
11.“I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”; religious toleration, freedom of thought
14.A union of political organizations
15.A formal meeting/assembly of representatives for the discussion, arrangement, or promotion of a matter of interest
17.A huge prison in Paris
18.A declaration of certain rights of subjects, enacted by the English parliament in 1689
21.Philosophical movement in the 18th century that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions that brought about many humanitarian reforms
24.Head of the English republic, known as the Commonwealth; dictator who imposed strict puritan rule, banning newspapers and forms of entertainment
25.Pride and/or devotion to ones country
28.The right to vote
30.Bourgeoisie, peasants and city workers, driving force for the French revolution
32.Island kingdom off the coast of Italy leads the struggle for Italian unification
33.politics based on practical rather than moral or ideological considerations; Bismarck used these policies to force German unification
35.Glorification of the military and a readiness for war
38.An artist/potter used his craft to spread ideas about social justice; against the slave trade
39.Declared himself Emperor of France
1.Still considered one of the basic guarantees of individual right, protecting citizens from arbitrary arrest
2.An assembly or council of citezens having the highest deliberative functions in a government esp. a legislative assembly of a state or union
3.Society as a whole owns all property and business rather than individual people
6.Freedom from control and influence of others
9.opposed liberalism and nationalism, defended the work of the congress of Vienna
12.“Man is born free and everywhere is in chains”
13.Market in which all goods can be bought and sold without restraint
16.National leaders meet to restore the old order in 1814
17.The first chancellor of modern German Empire 1871–1890; German unification would be achieved “Not with speeches and majority decisions…but with blood and iron”
19.A body of peoples who make, amend, or re-appeal laws for a political unit
20.An involuntary fee levied and enforced by a level of government in order to finance government activities
22.A state in which supreme power rests in the people and whose head of state is not a monarch
23.What Germany and Italy strived for
26.The overthrow of a government by those who are governed
27.A national representative body having supreme legislative powers within state
29.Volunteer army led by Garibaldi, helped free Sicily and Southern Italy from foreign control
31.French philosphe who supervised the publication of a huge encyclopedia that summarized human knowledge at that time; spreading of enlightenment ideas
34.Informal gatherings where artists and philosophes presented their works and exchanged ideas; helped to spread the ideas of the enlightenment
36.A form of government
37.His ideas supported the rule of absolute monarchs; government necessary to establish order

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