1 Reformers fought to give Catholics and non

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* 1. Reformers fought to give Catholics and non. Anglican Protestants political rights *

* 1. Reformers fought to give Catholics and non. Anglican Protestants political rights * 2. The Great Reform Act of 1832 – redistributed seats in the House of Commons, eliminated rotten boroughs and granted suffrage to men with a certain amount of property * 3. Chartist called for radical changes including universal male suffrage, a secret ballot, annual parliament elections, and salaried members of Parliament *

*4. Victoria embodied the values of her age including; duty, thrift, honesty, hard work,

*4. Victoria embodied the values of her age including; duty, thrift, honesty, hard work, and respect 5. As the British empire expanded, Victoria became a revered symbol of the British might *

*6. Disraeli (leader of Conservative Party) gave the right to vote to a large

*6. Disraeli (leader of Conservative Party) gave the right to vote to a large category of working class men in 1867; Gladstone (leader of the Liberal Party) extended the vote to farm workers and most other men *7. In 1911, a liberal movement pushed a measure through Parliament that restricted the power of the House of Lords. Gave more power to the House of Commons *

*Rural towns with very small populations that sent members to Parliament *

*Rural towns with very small populations that sent members to Parliament *

*Body of people entitled to vote *

*Body of people entitled to vote *

*Casting your ballot without others knowing who you voted for in that election. *

*Casting your ballot without others knowing who you voted for in that election. *

*Movement that wanted four main reforms *You tell me the 4. *

*Movement that wanted four main reforms *You tell me the 4. *

*Queen of Britain from 1837 -1901 *

*Queen of Britain from 1837 -1901 *

*Leader of Conservative Party aka Tories *

*Leader of Conservative Party aka Tories *

*Leader of the Liberal Party aka Whigs *

*Leader of the Liberal Party aka Whigs *

*Political party in Great Britain *Aka Conservative Party *

*Political party in Great Britain *Aka Conservative Party *

*Political party in Great Britain *Aka Liberal Party *

*Political party in Great Britain *Aka Liberal Party *