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Queen Victoria's favorite Prime Minister and a leader of the Conservative Party

Benjamin Disraeli

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the suffragette who established the Women's Social and Political Union

Emmeline Pankhurst

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a reform measure that demanded universal male suffrage and a secret ballot

People's Charter

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redrew district boundaries and extended the right to vote to include people with less property

Reform Bill of 1830

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the original inhabitants of Australia

aborigines

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the right to vote

suffrage

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served four terms as prime minister and created a nation elementary education system

William Gladstone

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The US was hurt by , or competition among regions of the country

sectionalism

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People from the different regions of the US had different ways of life and different views on issues; the issue that divided them most was

slavery

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In 1863, the freed slaves in those parts of the country still in rebellion and signaled that slavery would end everywhere with the end of the war

Emancipation Proclamation

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the amendment gave women the right to vote

19th

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During the mid- to late-1800s from Europe and Latin America helped make the population of the US more diverse

immigration

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the amendment abolished slavery in all states

13th

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the Amendment provided that the right to vote could not be denied on the basis of race or previous condition of servitude

15th

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was and underlying force in the turmoil that characterized France during the 1800s

Constitutionalism

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called himself the citizen king to gain popular support but his actions mostly helped only the upper middle class

Louis Phillippe

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goaded the french into a war because he thought that it would help him to unite the German states under Prussia's leadership

Otto von Bismarck

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In 1894 French army captain was accused and convicted of giving French military secrets to Germany

Alfred Dreyfus

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Inspired by political reforms in Europe and N America, Venezuelan general dreamed of an independent united South America

Simon Bolivar

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Certain colonists were given huge estates, called in Spanish America and in Brazil, on which they set up large, self-sufficient farms

haciendas
fazendas

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Colonial society was ruled by , Europeans who were born in Spain or Portugal

peninsulares

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People born with both Indian and European backgrounds were called

mestizos

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Both mestizos and -- people of European and African ancestry-- faced racial and social barriers in colonial society

mulattoes

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