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Carleton University
HIST 1002
Christopher Adams

30/09/11  Map quiz o Page 96 in the book in the End of the European Era  Russia  Ottoman  Austria Hungary  Germany  UK  France  Spain o Present map  After the table of contents  596  European Union map  Map of the fall of communism (page 520)  Know the countries that made up the old empires  The successor states…  Don’t worry about Turkey  Spelling isn’t huge  Look at Luxemburg th  19 Century ideologies o Liberalism  Limited government intervention  Free trade  Little tariffs  Support of the private sector  Similar to our present conservatives  Small government big business  Freedom of religion  Suffrage  Didn’t like the monarchy  Property rights  Freedom of speech  Bare arms (only sometimes)  Pro democracy  Fair trial  Freedom of arbitrary arrest  Rights when you’re arrested  Freedom of association and assembly  Meet in a public place  Allows protest  Political parties  Freedoms and role of government  3 objectives  Liberties  Franchise  Economic  Big names:  Adam Smith (1723-1790) o Laissez Fair o One of the founding fathers o Tea Party still refers to them  Jeremy Bentham ( 1748-1832), and David Ricardo (1772-1823) o Involved in liberal economic thought  Bad versions of liberalism: o Neo liberal  No interest in social justice  Wealthy capitalist  John Stuart Mills (1806-1873) o Individual freedoms o Balance between freedom and authority o Government should stay out of the business  Only needs to come in when people are causing harm to society o Conservatism  Wanted slow, cautious and careful change within existing social structures  Change in  The monarchy  The church  Privilege classes  Not revolutionary change  Do not want to get involved with business  Saw business and money as beneath them o They are mostly noblemen o Money was mostly for the middle class  Maintenance of established order  Gradual change  Edmund Burke  Louis de Bonald  Relationship between reaction and conservatism  Reactionaries  Clemens Von Metternich  Austrian minister  Wanted to create a balance of power between monarchies  Didn’t want anyone to get too powerful  Thought the monarchs in Europe should get together and protect each other from liberalism  Concert of Europe o Socialism  Tied to Marx  Radical change
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