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1. Term: compromise between Virginia and New Jersey Plans 2. Amendment: protection from double jeopardy 3. Court Case: established judicial review 4. Terms: the idea that people form governments to protect their natural rights. EOC Review: Pt. 1. Early America.

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1. Term: compromise between Virginia and New Jersey Plans2. Amendment: protection from double jeopardy3. Court Case: established judicial review4. Terms: the idea that people form governments to protect their natural rights



Early america
Early America

  • British Colonization of America (1607-1776)

    • Motivations:

      • Economic: joint-stock companies

        • triangular trade route, middle passage

      • Religious Dissenters: Puritans, Quakers

    • Regions

      • Southern Colonies

      • Middle Colonies

      • New England


Revolutionary ideas
Revolutionary Ideas

  • In Europe

    • Magna Carta: created limited monarchy

    • Social Contract (Rousseau):

      • People establish governments to protect their natural rights

  • In America

    • Mayflower Compact: first direct democracy

    • House of Burgesses: first legislature

    • Fundamental Orders of Connecticut: first written Constitution

    • Rebellion: Bacon and Shay’s


The revolution
The Revolution

  • British Offenses

    • Navigation Acts, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts (Quartering Acts, Writs of Assistance)

  • American Reactions

    • Sons of Liberty, Boston Tea Party, Common Sense

  • American Revolution

    • Lexington and Concord: first battle

    • Second Continental Congress: revolutionary government


"Every thing that is right or natural pleads for separation. The blood of the slain, the weeping voice of nature cries, 'tis time to part."


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