• Schedule A 

    Monday, January 4, 2021 B

    NEW SEMESTER
    It is time to study the ISMS of History: Conservatism, Nationalism, Liberalism, Romanticism, Socialism, Communism

    Read Ch 23 pp. 755-61---know well the settlement of Congress of Vienna, "balance of power", Concert of Europe, Two main reasons for Metternich's conservatism, Holy Alliance relate to Spain, Kingdom of Two Sicily's and Greece (which won independence in 1830) Relate Holy Alliance to Monroe Doctrine and Latin America; Know Carlsbad Decrees

    Go to www.politicalcompass.org and take the test. Conservative vs. Liberal Perspectives Political Compass

     

     

    Tuesday, January 5, 2021 A

    Heinz's dilemma, Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: Pick a ruler we have covered and decide where ruler lies on the stages of moral development


    Discuss Metternich and the Congress of Vienna settlement Should non property owners be able to vote for a parcel tax? Relate to Conservative theory of ?stake in society. ?Read about liberalism and nationalism in McKay pp. 761-64


    Discuss classical liberalism of Adam Smith, Thomas Malthus and David Ricardo---"laissez-faire" primarily in Gr. Britain; contrast with continental Liberalism which tended to be more democratic republicanism--- Consider how nationalism was equated with liberalism in early 19th c.
    a. nationalists saw the "people" , if united by culture and tradition, would be able to have self-government, explain.
    b. explain why nationalists were a real threat to conservatives, especially people in the Austrian empire, such as Metternich.
    c. Identify Jules Michelet, Giuseppe Mazzini (see Listening to the Past) "we" vs "they" mentality.

    d. Explain the negative side of nationalism as discussed by text. Read the reforms and revolutions in Great Britain and France
    e. read 786-87 on Italian nationalist, Giuseppe Mazzini
    f.Consider the negative side of nationalism, explain.
    Homework: Read Pages 770 Reforms and Revolutions to 777 The Revolutions of 1848

     

     

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021 B

    Make a Political Spectrum similar to the political compass  of people and events between the years 1815-1848

    Consider why liberalism became associated with bourgeoisie and capitalism

     

     

    Thursday, January 7, 2021 A

    Discuss liberalism and nationalism
    Consider how nationalism in early 1800's was associated with liberalism or Democratic-republicanism (radicalism) What was the basis for this?
    Read about the Greek Revolution page 772

    Discussion of Post Napoleon Europe: Poltical, Economic, Social

     French Utopian Socialism-Saint Simon, Fourier, Blanc, Proudhon

     

     

    Friday, January 8, 2021 B Write a personal response to French Utopian Socialism pro/com

    Review Ch 23 to date Read and take notes on French Utopian Socialism pp 764-65 and add Robert Owen p 746 and p. 749 from Ch 22 to your notes Prepare for major quiz on Ch 23. Everything except romanticism, Marxism and 1848 revolutions

    Homework: FRQ Skills: Review Writing PPT 2 Writing PPT
    Saturday, January 9, 2021  

    No Class Homework Questions

     

    Sunday, January 10, 2021   No Class

     

    Schedule B

     

      Monday, January 4, 2021 B

    NEW SEMESTER
    It is time to study the ISMS of History: Conservatism, Nationalism, Liberalism, Romanticism, Socialism, Communism

     
    Heinz's dilemma, Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: Pick a ruler we have covered and decide where ruler lies on the stages of moral development


    Discuss Metternich and the Congress of Vienna settlement Should non property owners be able to vote for a parcel tax? Relate to Conservative theory of ?stake in society. Read about liberalism and nationalism in McKay pp. 761-64


    Discuss classical liberalism of Adam Smith, Thomas Malthus and David Ricardo---"laissez-faire" primarily in Gr. Britain; contrast with continental Liberalism which tended to be more democratic republicanism--- Consider how nationalism was equated with liberalism in early 19th c.
    a. nationalists saw the "people" , if united by culture and tradition, would be able to have self-government, explain.
    b. explain why nationalists were a real threat to conservatives, especially people in the Austrian empire, such as Metternich.
    c. Identify Jules Michelet, Giuseppe Mazzini (see Listening to the Past) "we" vs "they" mentality.

    d. Explain the negative side of nationalism as discussed by text. Read the reforms and revolutions in Great Britain and France
    e. read 786-87 on Italian nationalist, Giuseppe Mazzini
    f.Consider the negative side of nationalism, explain.
    Homework: Read Pages 770 Reforms and Revolutions to 777 The Revolutions of 1848

     

     

    142 Tuesday, January 5, 2021 A Read Ch 23 pp. 755-61---know well the settlement of Congress of Vienna, "balance of power", Concert of Europe, Two main reasons for Metternich's conservatism, Holy Alliance relate to Spain, Kingdom of Two Sicily's and Greece (which won independence in 1830) Relate Holy Alliance to Monroe Doctrine and Latin America; Know Carlsbad Decrees

    Go to www.politicalcompass.org and take the test. Conservative vs. Liberal Perspectives Political Compass 
    143 Wednesday, January 6, 2021 B

    Discuss liberalism and nationalism
    Consider how nationalism in early 1800's was associated with liberalism or Democratic-republicanism (radicalism) What was the basis for this?
    Read about the Greek Revolution page 772

    Discussion of Post Napoleon Europe: Poltical, Economic, Social

     French Utopian Socialism-Saint Simon, Fourier, Blanc, Proudhon

     

    144 Thursday, January 7, 2021 A

    Write a personal response to French Utopian Socialism pro/com

    Review Ch 23 to date Read and take notes on French Utopian Socialism pp 764-65 and add Robert Owen p 746 and p. 749 from Ch 22 to your notes Prepare for major quiz on Ch 23. Everything except romanticism, Marxism and 1848 revolutions

    Homework: FRQ Skills: Review Writing PPT 2 Writing PPT

     

    Friday, January 8, 2021 B Discuss Socialism
    Lecture: Karl Marx Read pages 765-66
    Read the Communist Manifesto. 
    Saturday, January 9, 2021   No Class Homework Questions
    Sunday, January 10, 2021   No Class