Chapter 26. An Age of Democracy and Progress 1815 - 1914. The working and middle class, along with women want a voice in government. More people becoming educated and have money. Mostly the middle class. Industrial Revolution.
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An Age of Democracy and Progress 1815 - 1914
The working and middle class, along with women want a voice in government.
Wanted the vote for all people (MEN), a secret ballot, and new Parliament requirements
Many people thought that women should not participate in politics, including women
Britain took control of Canada from the French after the French and Indian War in 1763
He wanted a united Canada so that the French would assimilate to English culture
Although it was still under the British Empire, Britain recognized the Maori
Line of workers who each put a single piece on unfinished cars as they passed on a moving belt
Naturalist who wrote On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
The appeal of art, writing, music, and other forms of entertainment to a larger audience