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					                AP EUROPEAN HISTORY/CH. 21 NOTES
     NATIONALISM, LIBERALISM, CONSERVATIVISM (GOVERNMENTS)
                “DAWN OF THE 19TH CENTURY -ISMS”

I. THE CHALLENGES OF NATIONALISM AND LIBERALISM
      1. The “isms”
      2. Trouble?

A. THE EMERGENCE OF NATIONALISM
     1. Powerful
     2. Definition = Political and Ethnic
     3. Challenge to Vienna
     4. Popular Sovereignty?
     5. Basis of Building Nations
     6. Official Language
     7. Print Culture
     8. Meaning of Nationhood
     9. Which Ones?
     10. Regions of Nationalistic Pressure (Time Bomb Waiting…)

B. EARLY 19TH CENTURY LIBERALISM
     1. Then and Now
     2. Political Goals, Liberal = Liberty
     3. Radical or Limited?
     4. Liberal Profile
     5. Not Democracy!
     6. Economic Goal of Free Trade, Smith
     7. Britain and France, Balancing Act
     8. Germany – Resistance, Divide, Precedent, Monarchy
     9. Nationalism Opposed to Liberalism
     10. Compatible




                              Mr. Northrup’s AP European History
                AP EUROPEAN HISTORY/CH. 21 NOTES
     NATIONALISM, LIBERALISM, CONSERVATIVISM (GOVERNMENTS)
                “DAWN OF THE 19TH CENTURY -ISMS”
II. CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENTS: THE DOMESTIC POLITICAL ORDER
      1. Alive until WWI

A. CONSERVATIVE OUTLOOKS
     1. Conservatism New?
     2. Conservative Beliefs
     3. Church Position
     4. Aristocratic Fear
     5. War Distraction
     6. Peace = Issues

B. LIBERALISM AND NATIONALISM RESISTED IN AUSTRIA, GERMANIES
      1. Metternich
      2. “isms” Dangerous
      3. Control of German Confederation
      4. Defeat of Prussian Reform, Oppose German Nationalists
      5. Three German Constitutions
      6. Burschenschaften – Student Groups
      7. Celebration
      8. Karl Sand = Excuse
      9. Carlsbad Decrees, Final Act

C. POSTWAR REPRESSION IN GREAT BRITAIN
     1. Problems
     2. Lord Liverpool’s Ministry – Conservative Tory
     3. Unrest and Calls for Reform
     4. Government’s View
     5. Coercion Act
     6. “Peterloo” Massacre
     7. Six Acts
     8. Effects and Support

D. BOURBON RESTORATION IN FRANCE
     1. Louis XVIII
     2. Constitutional Monarchy
     3. The Charter
     4. Ultraroyalism, White Terror
     5. Assassination and Repression




                               Mr. Northrup’s AP European History

				
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