Click the MindTap link in the Get Started module. Once in MindTap: Scroll down t

Too Tired? Too Anxious? Need More Time? We’ve got your back.

Submit Your Instructions

Click the MindTap link in the Get Started module. Once in MindTap:
Scroll down to Unit 4: Revolution and Modernity.
Click on Chapter 21: Reaction, Revolution, and Romanticism, 1815 – 1850.
Click on the link for Chapter Review and Chapter Activities.
Select Reflection Activity: University Students and German Unity.
Read the passage. Do not answer the reflection questions within MindTap. You will submit your work in a separate document through Canvas.
In a Word document, answer the following questions. Your answers should be two to three paragraphs in length and at least 300 words in total.
Why were European leaders such as Metternich concerned about political activities among university students and professors?
Please use Heinrich von Gagern’s letter to support your statements. What are other, more recent examples of students and professors around the world engaging in movements to promote political change?

Too Tired? Too Anxious? Need More Time? We’ve got your back.

Submit Your Instructions

Published
Categorized as History

Leave a comment