Traditions and Encounters, AP Edition (Bentley), 5th Edition

Chapter 28: Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World

Learning Objectives

When you have finished studying this chapter, you should be able to do the following:
  • Identify the connections between enlightened and revolutionary ideas.
  • Compare and contrast the American and French revolutionary experiences.
  • Explain the achievements and legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte in world history.
  • Explain the course and significance of the Haitian revolution and the South American wars of independence.
  • Distinguish key aspects of classical conservatism and liberalism.
  • Explain the emergence of rights groups such as abolitionists and women’s rights activists.
  • Explain the origins of nations and nationalism.
  • Compare and contrast the emergence of national communities across nineteenth-century Europe.
  • Compare and contrast the unifications of Italy and Germany.
Traditions & Encounters, 5e
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