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The political changes from 1871-1914 were influenced by the liberal movement of 1815-1870.

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  • 1. The political changes from 1871-1914 were influenced by the liberal movement of 1815-1870.

2. Changes Politically from 1871-1914 1. Universal Male Suffrage (vote extended to working class) -creation of mass political parties -political leaders needed to appeal to wide electorate -continued agitation among women 3. Changes Politically from 1871-1914 1. Universal Male Suffrage (vote extended to working class) 2. Governments started to lay the ground work for the welfare state -government takes on responsibility for social and economic problems that arose due to industrialization -mix of socialism and humanitarianism 4. France 1792 and 1848 major revolutions people called for what form ofgovernment? 5. France 1870 France overrun by Bismarck -elections showed that the French distrusted Republic as aform of government wanted a monarchy -Paris Republicans refused to accept National Assemblysauthority 6. France Creation of the Paris Commune March to May 1871 -revival of Jacobinism -patriotic and republican -Anti-German, Anti-wealthy bourgeois, aristocrat, & clergy -Pro-government control upon prices, wages, and workingconditions -violent SOCIAL revolution as well Who do you think was very excited about this worker uprising? 7. France Results: 1. Fighting most violent in French History 2. National Assembly wins 3. 20,000 Communards executed 4. 7,500 deported 8. 9. France New Government in France Created a Republic :Known as theTHIRD REPUBLIC President Two House Parliament Council of Ministers (cabinet) headed by a Premier 10. France 1879 Republicans gain majority in both houses -less radical as more people joined -est. compulsory school system at govt expense -passed anticlerical legislation (limit church influence in ed.) 11. 12. 13. William Gladstone -Forster Education Act of 1870 state-supported public education -introduced secret ballot -legalized labor unions -promoted civil service exam -eliminated sale of commissions in the army -workers compensation PM four times from 1868-1894 14. Benjamin Disraeli -extended laws regulating public sanitation -safety laws for mines and factories -Regulated housing conditions for poor PM -1867, 1874-1880