Chapter 10, Lesson 2: Nationalism and Political Revolutions Storyboard
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About French revolutions of the 1830s and 1848. For history class,
The Revolutions of the 1830's and 1848
No one from the middle class is allowed to vote! All things published must be approved by me!!
I have overthrown the king!
WE WANT VOTING RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This cell depicts when King Charles X of France took away the voting rights from the middle class and censored the press. This made the people unhappy.
I declare that all males of the middle class should be able to vote!
This cell depicts liberals overthrowing the king of France. He established a constitutional monarchy.
In 1848, Louis-Philippe (new king) refused to change voting rights. This and the impact of economic hardships caused the citizens to revolt again.
I, Louis-Napoleon, am the president of France!
The rebels overthrew the government and made a republic. They decided to make a constitution that included universal male suffrage.
They set up workshops for the unemployed. Sadly, these workshops had to be closed down and the workers rebelled and caused four days of battles.
On November 4, 1848, the French Constitution was ratified. It included a single legislature, universal male suffrage, and a president who served for four years. The government became a republic that was run by Louis-Napoleon (nephew of Napoleon).
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