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Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform Part VI

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  1. Intro
    • New Political Ideologies Spread
    • Liberalism
    • Socialism
    • The Paris Commune (1871)
    • The Paris Commune (1871) Passed Laws
    • Key Issues For Socialist
    • Communism
    • The Essence Of Marx
    • The Importance Of The French Revolution
    • Extension Of The Enlightenment-Feminism
    • Olympe de Gouges, 1748-1793
    • Declaration Of Rights, 1791
    • De Gouges Not Party Line Enough
      • Seneca Falls Convention, 1848
      • Declaration Of Sentiments, Seneca Falls
      • Bombshell Resolutions At Seneca Falls
      • Main Concept
      • Intro 0:00
      • New Political Ideologies Spread 0:27
        • Liberalism
        • Socialism
        • Communism
        • Liberalism Reaction Against Absolute Monarchism
        • Capitalism
        • Socialism From Excess Of Capitalism
      • Liberalism 3:58
        • Enlightenment Thinking
        • Govern Themselves
        • Education Is Important
        • People Should Be Free
        • Protect Rights Of People
      • Socialism 5:47
        • Early Industrial Revolution Produces Poverty
        • The New Capitalism-Wealthy, Government On Their Side
        • Greater Share In Profits
        • Alternative To Capitalist System
      • The Paris Commune (1871) 7:44
        • Franco-Prussian War
      • The Paris Commune (1871) Passed Laws 9:12
        • Separation Of Church And State
        • Remission Of Rents
        • Abolition Of Night Work In Bakeries
        • Pensions To Unmarried Companions And Children Of National Guards Killed On Active Service
        • Free Return-Workmen's Tools
        • Postponement Of Commercial Debt Obligations
        • Rights Of Employees
      • Key Issues For Socialist 13:28
        • Laissez Faire Capitalism
        • Government Power To Get Greater Share Of Industrial Profits To Workers
        • Workers Protected From Abuses Of Employers
        • Provisions Made For Workers- Injury Or Age
        • Moderates In Capitalist System
        • Radicals- Throw Out Capitalist System
      • Communism 17:06
        • Type Of Socialism
        • Karl Marx
        • Fredrick Engels
        • Communist Manifesto
      • The Essence Of Marx 18:19
        • Labor Theory Of Value
        • Series Class Struggles
        • Capitalists And Workers (Bourgeoisie And Proletariat)
        • Proletariat Will Over Come Bourgeois- Violent Revolution
        • Energize The Proletariat To Action
        • Temporary Dictatorship Of The Proletariat
        • Classless Society
        • According To Ability, According To Need
      • The Importance Of The French Revolution 23:47
        • School For Communism
        • Purity Of Thought
        • Party Must Act As One
        • Enemies Silenced
        • Bourgeois Eliminated
      • Extension Of The Enlightenment-Feminism 25:27
        • 'All Men Are Created Equal'
        • Tradition
        • Patriarchy
      • Olympe de Gouges, 1748-1793 27:07
        • Invited To Salons
      • Declaration Of Rights, 1791 28:21
        • Declarations Of The Rights Of Women And The Female Citizen
        • Mount The Scaffold, Right To Mount The Speaker's Rostrum
      • De Gouges Not Party Line Enough 30:43
      • Seneca Falls Convention, 1848 31:14
        • Reworded Declaration Of Independence
      • Declaration Of Sentiments, Seneca Falls 33:26
        • Lucritia Mott, Speaker At Convention
      • Bombshell Resolutions At Seneca Falls 34:10
        • Duty Of Women- Sacred Right To Elective Franchise
        • Monopoly Of The Pulpit
        • Securing To Woman Equal Participation With Men
      • Main Concept 36:08
        • Discontent With Monarchist- New Ideologies
        • Women's Rights