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The Age of Revolution: Europe 1789-1848 Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Hobsbawm points to 1830 as a transitional year during this period. What evidence does he offer for this?

What does Hobsbawm mean when he refers to the events of this period as a "dual revolution?"

How does Hobsbawm view Romanticism, and how does he connect it to the dual revolution?

What role does religion and secularization play in the developments of this period?

Why does Hobsbawm choose the years 1789 and 1848 to frame this era?

Discuss the emergence of socialism as it is described by Hobsbawm.

The Industrial Revolution has different effects in Britain and France. What are some of these differences, and why does Hobsbawm say they exist?

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