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The Emerging Political Spectrum 1815-1848

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  • 1. The Emerging Political Spectrum 1815-1848
  • 2. Political Republicans Constitutional Republic Universal Manhood Suffrage Willing to Endorse Violent Revolution Robespierre Liberals Conservatives Limited Constitutional Monarchy Limited Male Suffrage Representative Government Guaranteed Civil Rights Traditional Political System Aristocracy in Positions of Leadership King Louis-Philippe Robert Stewart, Lord Castlereagh
  • 3. Economic Republicans Liberals Socialism: Managed Economy Industrial Capitalism Anti-Capitalist Laissez-faire (Unrestricted Free Enterprise) Louis Blanc Conservatives Traditional Agrarianism Commercial Agriculture Adam Smith Prince Metternich
  • 4. Social Republicans Classless Society Liberals Conservatives Belief in Equality of Individuals with Privilege of Wealth Traditional Class Structure Based on Birth/Privilege Madame Roland Metternich
  • 5. Religious Republicans Opposition to Organized Religion Liberals Religious Toleration Conservatives Traditional Established Church King Charles X Bourbon
  • 6. Religious Republicans Opposition to Organized Religion Liberals Religious Toleration Conservatives Traditional Established Church King Charles X Bourbon