Liberalism/Revolution 1848 - Coggle Diagram
Was between the end of the XVIII - XIX centuries.
Louis Philippe (causes that lead to 1848 revolution).
Labor unions became illegal.
High tarifs on imported goods.
unemployement and food storage.
one of the mains goals of political liberalism was to achive social and political equailty and democracy.
the state should be able to protect people and their rights.
The 1848 revolution was looking for this after the embolishment of the reforms made by Charles X.
political liberalism ideologies
Woman campaigned for the right to vote.
Women could vote after world war 1
allowed married woman to vote.
Government protection of individual rights and civil liberties.
vote for woman
Social and political equality
Elevates the educative effect on the public.
Individual interests would be represented.
Public ownership of natural resources.
Equality for women.
Restrictions over freedom.
Laws started to emerge.
Liberty can be threatened by social and political tyranny.
restricted the press.
he converted france into an absloute monarchy.
limited right to vote.
The ideas of the political liberalism were some of the biggest focuses of the revolution of 1848.
The 1848 revloution was a part of a group of revolutions that took place in different countires such as italy.
This revolution were inspired by various ideologies such as nationalism, liberalism, and the labor movement.
Economic and social inequalities.
Political ideas from french revolution.
Political philosophers of liberalism
John Locke (1631 - 1704)
Have a government which protects people´s rights.
Ownership of property
Governments should protect peoples life as they can´t do it by their own.
John Stuart Mill (1806 - 1873)
The greatest good for the greatest number.
Should be restricted by laws.
Could be threatened by political tyranny.
Authority and democracy.