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26.1 democratic reform and activism

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  • 1. 26.1 Democratic Reformand Activism
  • 2. 1830-Protests aroundEngland demandingextension of suffrageRevolution of 1830in France frightensParliamentary leaders1832-Parliament passesReform Bill extendingvote to middle class men.1838-Chartist Movementsends demands toParliament in thePeople’s Charter of 18381830 19001867-Working class menare extended the vote.1884-Male ruralworkers are giventhe vote.The Right to Vote in Great BritainWomen are finally given theright to vote after World War I(1920) in Britainand the U.S.A1837Victoria becomesQueen of Great Britainand Ireland
  • 3. Victoria of the United Kingdom Reign 20 June 1837 –22 January 1901 (63years) Coronation 28 June1838 Predecessor William IV Successor Edward VII Consort: Prince Albertof Saxe-Coburg andGotha (until his death inDecember 1861)
  • 4. Correcting a myth!The tobacco wasNOT named afterthe most wellknown PrinceAlbert of Saxe-Coburg andGotha (picturedleft). There wereMANY PrinceAlberts inEuropean history.The can depicts aman with a fullbeard. The mostfamous Albertonly wore muttonchops. Note theracism of theadvertisement in1907.
  • 5. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom Reign: 6 February 1952– present (58 years, 61days) as of 7 April, 2010 Current age: 83 Coronation: 2 June1953 (aged 27) Predecessor: George VI Heir apparent: Charles,Prince of Wales Consort: Prince Philip,Duke of Edinburgh
  • 6. France and Democracy1875 NationalAssemblyAgrees ongovernment1894 CaptainAlfred Dreyfusaccused ofespionage1890s-Zionism emergesas a movementworking for Jewishhomeland in Palestine.1870 19001898 Author EmileZola publishesopen letterdefending Dreyfus

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