Early 19C: The Conservative Reaction

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I was the chief diplomat at the Congress of Vienna who repressed the liberal and nationalist feelings in my own country of Austria.
I was the British Foreign Minister at the Congress of Vienna. I despised people like Robespierre and Napoleon who disrupted the balance of power in Europe.
An agreement between five major countries, who would meet annually, in order to preserve the balance of power in 19c Europe and to join together to put down revolutionary movements that upset this balance.
Passed in 1815 and 1828 and repealed in 1846, they placed a sliding tariff on imported wheat, which in turn, hurt the interests of businessmen and caused much unrest in 19c England.
The most fanatical enemies of the Revolution, who launched the "White Terror" against the supporters of Napoleon.
I was the British writer who argued that monarchical stability and noble privilege were inseparable and were necessary components of a strong society.
This 19c movement of mostly industrial workers, fought for universal manhood suffrage, annual elections, secret ballots and salaries for members of Parliament.
A successful 19c rebellion against the French monarchy over the discontent of the people towards Charles X, who failed to uphold the principles promulgated in the Charter of 1814.
Repressive legislature passed in response to the revolutionary stirrings in 19c Europe that banned demonstrations, suspended the writ of habeas corpus and restricted the press.
A secret society of Italian Revolutionaries literally called "charcoal-burners" who fought against the monarch placed on the throne by the Austrians.
I was the Russian Tsar who obtained the West of Poland in the settlement of the Congress of Vienna in 1815 and used it as a "buffer zone" to the West.
Passed by Louis XVIII, it recognized equality before the law, accepted the Napoleanic Code, granted freedom of the press and established The Chamber of Deputies and The Chamber of Peers.
This redistributed the voting in England by getting rid of "pocket" and "rotten" boroughs and in turn, giving more votes to industrial towns and to the middle class.
The process initiated during the rule of Tsar Nicholas I that reinforced the motto, "orthodoxy, autocracy, and nationalism," by forcing Russian culture and religion on his non-Russian subjects.
A series of repressive measures unanimously accepted by the Diet of the German Confederation in 1819, which severely limited the press and dissolved all student fraternities.
I was one of the key players at the Congress of Vienna, who through some behind the scenes negotiations, made sure that France became a major participant at this meeting.
Uprising in Russia in 1825 that was squashed by Tsar Nicholas I and caused him to increase his control over the police and the education system.
Five decrees passed in 19c France that dissolved the newly elected Chamber of Deputies, muzzled the press and increased the amount of political power in the hands of the wealthiest property holders.
I made the close connection between the development of German nationalism and the reverence for a strong state that characterized some German liberal thought.
I was known as the "heart" of the struggle to unify the Italian states into one nation and I was also the founder of a society of young men called "Young Italy."
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