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ANOTHER FRENCH REVOLUTION. 1830 King Charles X dissolves legislature  calls for new elections  libs. Win  X issues the JULY ORDINANCE 1. censorship 2. dissolves legis assembly 3. reduces voting rights

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another french revolution
ANOTHER FRENCH REVOLUTION
  • 1830 King Charles X dissolves legislaturecalls for new elections  libs. Win  X issues the JULY ORDINANCE

1. censorship

2. dissolves legis assembly

3. reduces voting rights

July Ordinances  cause July Revolution  Charles X overthrown  mod. libs. support Louis-Philippe as new constit. mon.

king louis philippe 1830 1848
KING LOUIS-PHILIPPE (1830-1848)
  • The “bourgeois monarch”
  • Dresses and acts middle class
  • Only upper middle class get vote
  • Party of Movement + Adolphe Thiers and the Party of Resistance + Francois Guizot

*the July Revolution = a liberal revolution

reform in great britain
REFORM IN GREAT BRITAIN
  • The Whigs come to power in 1830
  • The Reform Act of 1832
  • The Poor Law of 1834
  • Repeal of the Corn Laws

1. anti-Corn Law League

2. headed Richard Cobden & Richard Bright

3. liberals wanted “free trade”

the revolutions of 1848
THE REVOLUTIONS OF 1848
  • Old Regimes survive
  • Forces of liberalism/nationalism grow
  • Liberalism/nationalism explode into revolution in 1848
  • The Revolutions of 1848 begin in France
  • Revolution spread all across europe
yet another french revolution
YET ANOTHER FRENCH REVOLUTION
  • The February Revolution 1848

1. bad economy

2. unemployment

3. scandal and corruption in govt

4. govt refuses to extend the franchise

5. protest banquet sparks revolution

6. King Louis-Philippe abdicates

7. France is a republic now

8. universal male sufferage

9. Louis Blanc pushes for “national workshops”

the second french republic
THE SECOND FRENCH REPUBLIC
  • Est. after the Feb. Rev./Rev. of 1848
  • No monarchy  France is a republic
  • Universal male sufferage
  • Single house legislature
  • Elected president
  • Louis Napoleon Bonaparte  nephew of big Nap.  elected 1st pres. of 2nd Repub.
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