HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hereditary Monarchy, Prude, Civilizing Mission

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New ideas of mass politics that is that government must appeal to the lower people as well. Also mass loyalty, that is a broad social base could give governments power. Britain: modernization, reform, nationalism (from above, loyalty, liberal reformism, social activism by elites, second republic by napoleon, third republic. Lecture 8: britain, france, russia: nation-building after 1850 (reading: chapter 22, pp. Note: for kagan"s coverage of the revolution of 1905 in russia, please jump ahead to chapter 23, pp. Remember: 1848 failed but recognized that reforms were necessary to maintain stability and create economic prosperity. Domestic policies in nation building: conservative reforms by tsar, despite autocracy there is socio-economic change. Uk gradualism: there was no 1848, but had always preferred gradual reform, generally prosperous, victorian era: politically stable. Two party system: torries v. whigs, liberal consensus attained in representational government, both parties looking for more ways to appeal to more people. More middle class voters: second reform bill/act (torries)

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