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1. Which of the following ideologies has private ownership of property as a central tenet?

2. Modern "conservatives" would agree most with which 19th century group?

3. At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, which industry dominated British manufacturing?

4. Which of the following cities was a victim of the Rotten Boroughs?

5. Which of the following terms is most associated with free-market "classical" economics?

6. Who was the King of France directly following Napoleon's defeat?

7. In the early 19th century, which British party in Parliament was the opponent of the Whig Party?

8. Which term most typifies conservatives like Metternich and Castlereagh?

9. Which of the following groups were ardent Nationalists in the period 1815- 1848?

10. What was the loose federation of German states from 1815-1848 called?

11. What was the term German Romantics used to refer to each nation's "special genius"?

12. What good did the Corn Law restrict from import into Britain?

13. What did the members of the Cato Street Conspiracy plan to do?

14. What was Alexander I's concept of a federation to unite the great powers of Europe called?

15. What is the rising "middle class" of the Industrial Revolution sometimes called?

16. Which of the following was a founding father of British Radicalism?

17. What were the malapportioned voting districts in 19th century Britain called?

18. What was the French equivalent of British Radicalism?

19. Which 19th century group wanted centralized government control of industry?

20. Edmund Burke expounded what 19th century ideology?

21. What was Romanticism an intellectual reaction to?

22. What theory is Hegel best known for?

23. What is the urban, industrialized working class that appeared in the early 19th century sometimes called?

24. Which failed British reform movement involved the gathering of several million signatures?

25. Which one of the following movements threatened the unity of the Austrian Empire around 1848?

26. Which economist and political philosopher formulated the "Iron Law of Wages"?

27. What royal family were the Austrian Emperors Ferdinand and Franz Joseph from?

28. What did Russian Czar Alexander I most see himself as after 1815?

29. Who was the Austrian foreign minister in the early 19th century?

30. What royal family was Louis XVIII from?

31. Which of the following was a freedom fighter and military leader in South America?

32. Who succeeded Alexander I as Russian Czar in 1825?

33. Which of the following social theorists' bodies is preserved and on display at University College, London?

34. Which of the following was a British manufacturer who turned reformer, taking up the cause of the working class?

35. Which was the majority ethnic group in Hungary in the 19th century?

36. Who wrote Frankenstein in 1818?

37. Of the following, who was a leading architect in the Gothic Revival?

38. Which artist favored coloro (color) over designio (design and line quality?)

39. Which monarchy replaced the French King Charles X after the revolution of 1830?

40. Who are British policemen called "bobbies" after?

41. Who is most often associated with the philosophical-historical concept called the Dialectic?

42. Which archconservative Briton wrote Reflections on the Revolution in France?

43. What helped make the Industrial Revolution possible in Britain?

44. Which meeting (1814-1815) reorganized Europe's boundaries after the fall of Napoleon?

45. Which event was named to parody Napoleon's final defeat?

46. Which Congress negotiated the withdrawal of European occupation forces from Louis XVIII's France?

47. What did the Frankfurt Assembly most want?

48. Which of the following goals did the Chartist Movement NOT pursue?

49. Which of the following realigned the Rotten Boroughs somewhat, giving more voting power to Northern manufacturing cities in Britain?

50. What month did the 1830 French revolution that overthrew Charles X occur in?

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