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The Scientific Socialism of Karl Marx 393 Revolutionary Options 394 Topic Practice Questions 397
Topic 6.8 19th-Century Social Reform 399 Essential Question: What were the movements and calls for social
reform that resulted from intellectual developments from 1815 to 1914?
The Development of Mass Political Parties 399 Philanthropy and Social Reform 402 Topic Practice Questions 405
Topic 6.9 Institutional Responses and Reform 407 Essential Question: In what ways did governments and other institutions respond
to challenges resulting from industrialization?
The Growth of Government Intervention 407 Topic Practice Questions 411
Topic 6.10 Causation in the Age of Industrialization 414 Essential Question: What was the influence of innovation and technological development in Europe from 1815 to 1914?
Questions About Causation 415
UNIT 6—Review 416 Write as a Historian: Identify Relationships 416 Long Essay Questions 417 Document-Based Question 417
Topic 7.1 Contextualizing 19th-Century Perspectives and Political Developments 421
Essential Question: What was the context in which nationalistic and imperialistic sentiments developed in Europe from 1815 to 1914?
Analyze the Context 422
Topic 7.2 Nationalism 423 Essential Question: How did the development and spread of nationalism affect
Europe from 1815 to 1914?
The Evolution of Nationalism 423 Popular Nationalism Strengthens the State 424 Nationalism Affects Austria 426 Jews and Antisemitism in Europe 427 Topic Practice Questions 430
Topic 7.3 National Unification and Diplomatic Tensions 432 Essential Question: What factors resulted in Italian unification and German
The Crimean War 432 National Unification Movements 434 Bismarck’s Realpolitik Unites Germany 435 A New Diplomatic Order 437 Historical Perspectives: What Caused Nationalism? 440 Topic Practice Questions 441
 UNIT 7 — 19th-Century Perspectives and Political Developments c. 1815 to c. 1914

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