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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled The Conservative Order and the Challenges of Reform 1815-1832 to study how the restored order brought on by the Vienna settlement at the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars was intended to bring stability to the European state system and guarantee that emerging concepts of liberalism would remain mere ideas. Yet, each country was faced with political groups converted to the liberal faith and anxious for change. Confronted with demands for social and political reform after 1815, most leaders attempted to reinstitute conservative or traditional means of governmental control.

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