Explain the significance of the following:
1. "Peterloo" Massacre
2. Carbonari
3. Holy Alliance
4. Corn Laws
5. Decembrists
6. "rotten" boroughs
7. Constitutional Charter (France)
8. Crédit Mobilier
9. "June Days"
10. People's Charter
11. Luddites
12. Quadruple & Quintuple Alliances

Match the event in column I with the date in column II. Click the Key for the proper answer.
1. Repressive Six Acts of British Parliament
A. 1848
2. Beginning of the Second French Empire
B. 1832
3. Defeat of the "People's Charter" in England
C. 1833
4. Formation of Quintuple Alliance
D. 1819
5. English Parliamentary Reform Bill
E. 1830
6. Repeal of the Corn Laws
F. 1852
7. Suppression of Spanish liberals
G. 1840
8. Organization of Grand National Consolidated Trades Union
H. 1818
9. Abolition of slave trade in British colonies
I. 1834
8. Liberal french revolution that served the interests of the middle class
J. 1823
Who Was I?
1. A socialist member of the provisional french government in 1848, he sponsored national workshops.
2. A stubborn reactionary and monarchist, his repressive policies led to a revolution which cost him his throne.
3. A wily opportunist, he courted workers' support with his book The Extinction of Pauperism.
4. An unsuccessful empire builder, he contributed to the movement for Greek independence.
5. A Conservative English prime minister, he sponsored a major reform measure.
6. Brought to the French throne by revolution, he was dethroned by another revolution eighteen years later.
7. A hereditary autocrat, his flirtation with liberal principles worried other European monarchs.
8. "Enrich yourselves!" he advised his critics during the reign of Louis Phillipe.


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