Unrest in Europe
The Napoleonic Code, which preserved the most important rights won in the French Revolution, guaranteed all of the following EXCEPT ____.
the right of the people to criticize the government
that all people were equal before the law
that people accused of crimes were guaranteed a trial by jury
that people were free to worship as they chose
One result of Napoleon's European conquests was _____.
he was crowned emperor of France by the Pope
the defeat of Great Britain and Russia
the spread of the ideas of the French Revolution throughout Europe
the spread of trade between Great Britain and the countries in Napoleon's empire
The Congress of Vienna established a balance of power by ____.
establishing equal strength among the countries of Europe
dividing Napoleon's empire among the countries of Europe
dividing up France among the allied nations
giving all the representatives of the Congress equal decision-making power
Liberals were unhappy with the Congress System mainly because ____.
they wanted political independence for areas where people shared the same language, customs, and history
they wanted to end private ownership of land and factories
they believed that revolution was the only way to bring about change
they wanted political reform based on the ideals of the French Revolution
The revolutions of 1848 led to all of the following developments in western Europe EXCEPT ____.
universal male suffrage
the formation of a socialist party in almost every European country
the destruction of democratic ideals
the continued desire to establish democracy in Europe
Giuseppe Garibaldi and the Red Shirts led the fight for ____.
the independence and unification of the Italian states
the independence of the Papal States
the survival of the Congress System
the independence of Brazil and Uruguay
The struggle for a united Germany was led by ____.
King William I
Count Otto von Bismarck
Wolfgang von Goethe
The unity of the Austrian Empire was threatened by ____.
the many nationalities who each wanted self-rule
its emperor, Francis Joseph
the unification of Germany
the unification of Italy
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