Chapter 14 Section 2 Social Crises, War, and Revolution
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Chapter 14 Section 2 Social Crises, War, and Revolution Crises in Europe Economic and Social Crises List the economic problems of Spain. Why did the population decline in Europe between 1620-1650? The Witchcraft Trials What religious hysteria led to many people being accused of witchcraft?

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Chapter 14 section 2 social crises war and revolution crises in europe

Chapter 14 Section 2 Social Crises, War, and Revolution

Crises in Europe

Economic and Social Crises

List the economic problems of Spain.

Why did the population decline in Europe between 1620-1650?

The Witchcraft Trials

What religious hysteria led to many people being accused of witchcraft?

Describe the person commonly accused of witchcraft.

Why did the witchcraft hysteria decline?

The Thirty Years War

Causes of the War

At the beginning of the war, religion was the issue. Who were on opposing sides?

Effects of the War

The war ended with what treaty?

What were the conditions?

Revolutions in England

Who was the struggle between?

The Stuarts and Divine Right

What is the theory of Divine Right of Kings?

Who were the Puritans?

What was the Petition of Right?

Why did Charles eventually reject the Petition of Right?

Where did many of the Puritans flee to when Charles put more ritual into the Church of England?

Civil war and Commonwealth

In the civil War in England in 1642, who were on opposing sides?

Why did the Roundheads win?


Chapter 14 section 2 social crises war and revolution crises in europe

List what Parliament did after their victory.

The Restoration

Who was instrumental in restoring the Stuart monarchy?

What does restoration mean?

What important power did Parliament retain?

What did the Tax act do? Why is it important?

Parliament suspected Charles II and his brother to be what?

A Glorious Revolution

Who were William and Mary?

Why would William want to become King of England?

What was unique about the Glorious Revolution?

William and Mary accepted the Bill of Rights. What did it entail?

What sort of monarchy was established?

What was the Toleration Act of 1689? What did it establish? Who was excluded?

What theory was destroyed in England when Parliament but William and Mary on the throne?


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