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History
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HIST 1031
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Robert Savage

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Discussion : Ideologies c. 1775­1850 1/31/14 • Conservatism o Wanted to put the power into the church o The “old order” so you inherit your position o Slow change o Stick to the status quo o Agriculture over industry because that was where the power was o Male dominated o Against science o Don’t think men can create a constitution  o Hierarchy­born into your position in society  • Liberalism o Not the same as liberalism today o Less government intervention o Laissez­faire economy­not regulated by state o Individual rights o Pro change and innovation.  o Liked science and the enlightenment o Providence­ The fate God gave you o Charity is humans interfering with providence o Very popular among the elite o Contracts­legally binding that presumes so the level of freedom on each  side I talked about by Richard • Socialism o Class struggle o Conflict will occur between classes o Bourgeoisie o Organization o Proletariat­ working class o The class between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat will happen and the  proletariat will win o The bourgeoisie has created their own grave diggers o Marx wanted unification of the world o It’s revolutionary, not evolutionary o Missing peoples
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