Give an assessment of the labor and socialist movement in France in the last third of the 19th century.
July 30, 2020
Give an assessment of the labor and socialist movement in France in the last third of the 19th century. Compare it to the protest movements in Britain and Germany.
||The reformation spread mainly in northern Germany, where it took root
||Protestantism in France is most widespread in the south of the country (ironically, in areas where the Albigensians once flourished)
||Anglicanism was introduced all over the country at once, and the Puritans lived more in the north (the doctrine penetrated from Scotland), although soon communities also appeared everywhere
||French Huguenots were one of the branches of Calvinism
||Anglicans have retained much of Catholic rites and dogmas, the Puritans are typical Calvinists
||As a result, the principle was established “whose land, that is faith”
||After long wars of religion, the Edict of Nantes was adopted in 1598
||The country was suddenly declared Protestant, the king became the head of the church .. the monastic lands passed to the state
||In Germany, Protestant and Catholic states were combined, within the framework of one state formation, one religion dominated
||France had perhaps the bloodiest religious wars in 16th century Europe. But as a result, the Edict of Pant, up to its abolition in 1685, established true religious tolerance – Catholics and Protestants could freely exist in one country, although in reality everything was not so good – the Huguenots still lived in isolated closed communities
||In England there was a rivalry not only of Protestantism with Catholicism, but of moderate Protestantism with the radical. As a result of a long struggle, of which the English Revolution was a part , moderate Protestants – Anglicans won , other forces almost left the historical arena in this country
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