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Which general did the French turn to in order to restore stability in France at the end of the French Revolution?
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Which general did the French turn to in order to restore stability in France at the end of the French Revolution?
Napoleon Bonaparte
People who want considerable change, reform, and an increase in government participation for the people are known as what?
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People who want considerable change, reform, and an increase in government participation for the people are known as what?
Liberals
Following Napoleon's conquests in Europe, the people now under his control began to experience strong feelings of patriotism and for the sovereignty of their individual nations, which is known as what?
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Following Napoleon's conquests in Europe, the people now under his control began to experience strong feelings of patriotism and for the sovereignty of their individual nations, which is known as what?
Nationalism
What types of leaders (who met at the Congress of Vienna to 'turn back the clock') tried to restore traditional values and counter liberal reforms?
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What types of leaders (who met at the Congress of Vienna to 'turn back the clock') tried to restore traditional values and counter liberal reforms?
Conservatives
What did Austrian Prince Klemens von Metternich mean when he announced at the Congress of Vienna that he was guided by the principle of legitimacy?
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What did Austrian Prince Klemens von Metternich mean when he announced at the Congress of Vienna that he was guided by the principle of legitimacy?
He wanted to restore the lawful monarchs from the families that ruled before Napoleon to power in Europe
What was the main cause of urbanization and shifts in population from rural to urban areas?
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What was the main cause of urbanization and shifts in population from rural to urban areas?
Industrial Revolution
What was the primary cause for the rise of labor unions in the early 1800s?
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What was the primary cause for the rise of labor unions in the early 1800s?
Low wages and bad working conditions
Private ownership of land and business, profit, and free market enterprise are all features of which economic system?
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Private ownership of land and business, profit, and free market enterprise are all features of which economic system?
Capitalism
Equal distribution of land and wealth and public ownership and control of businesses are features of which economic system?
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Equal distribution of land and wealth and public ownership and control of businesses are features of which economic system?
Socialism
Shifts in the class structuring of society during the Industrial Revolution was primarily an example of what kind of change: political, economic, social, or religious?
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Shifts in the class structuring of society during the Industrial Revolution was primarily an example of what kind of change: political, economic, social, or religious?
Social
During the first Industrial Revolution, in the late 1700s, what type of power ran the first machines?
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During the first Industrial Revolution, in the late 1700s, what type of power ran the first machines?
Water
In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin?
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In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin?
Great Britain
A shift from making goods by hand to the use of machines is known as what?
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A shift from making goods by hand to the use of machines is known as what?
Industrialization
Which system featured workers working long hours, in dangerous conditions, and completing repetitive tasks?
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Which system featured workers working long hours, in dangerous conditions, and completing repetitive tasks?
Factory System
One of the first industries to be industrialized by the Industrial Revolution was the textile industry, which produced what?
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One of the first industries to be industrialized by the Industrial Revolution was the textile industry, which produced what?
Cloth
Following the Berlin Conference many of the nations of Europe began competing for territories and colonies around the world, which is known as what?
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Following the Berlin Conference many of the nations of Europe began competing for territories and colonies around the world, which is known as what?
Imperialism
When imperial powers administered a colony through the native aristocracy and by westernizing the upper-class it was known as what kind of rule?
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When imperial powers administered a colony through the native aristocracy and by westernizing the upper-class it was known as what kind of rule?
Indirect Rule
Superiority in what area allowed Europeans to easily colonize Africa?
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Superiority in what area allowed Europeans to easily colonize Africa?
Technology/Weapons
Many motives for imperialism and colonial expansion existed including: religious, political, and which other motive that involves the obtainment of resources and markets in which to sell finished products?
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Many motives for imperialism and colonial expansion existed including: religious, political, and which other motive that involves the obtainment of resources and markets in which to sell finished products?
Economic
What was the belief that Europeans had a moral responsibility to civilize indigenous peoples around the world?
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What was the belief that Europeans had a moral responsibility to civilize indigenous peoples around the world?
White Man's Burden
Which two European nations colonized much of Southeast Asia?
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Which two European nations colonized much of Southeast Asia?
Great Britain & France
Why were Western nations interested in China in the nineteenth century?
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Why were Western nations interested in China in the nineteenth century?
Opportunity for Trade
British insensitivity to Indian religious customs led to which mutiny in India?
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British insensitivity to Indian religious customs led to which mutiny in India?
Sepoy Mutiny
The results of the Opium War in China were similar to the results of Commodore Perry’s expedition to Japan in that both events increased what in Asia?
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The results of the Opium War in China were similar to the results of Commodore Perry’s expedition to Japan in that both events increased what in Asia?
Trade with Europe
What positive changes to the Japanese economy resulted from the Meiji Restoration in 1868?
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What positive changes to the Japanese economy resulted from the Meiji Restoration in 1868?
Western technological and industrial advances

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