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Enlightenment thinkers

Directions: Use pgs. 446-450 to complete the graphic organizer. Summarize the important ideas of each

person below.

Enlightenment Thinkers

Rousseau put the common good over the interest of the individual. Do you agree with that position? Explain

The principles of checks & balances and separation of powers were put forward by

a. Montesquieub. Rousseauc. Locked. A. Smith

Voltaire was a philosopher who defended

a. freedom of pressb. freedom of speechc. practice of slaveryd. laissez-faire

Adam Smith tried to show that natural economic forces of supply & demand were linked to

a. profit & economic growthb. gov’t regulationc. taxesd. mercantilism

Speaker : All human beings are born free and equal with a right to life and liberty. It is the duty of government to

protect these natural rights of its citizens.Who was the speaker of the passage above?a. Rousseaub. Hobbesc. Montesquieud. Locke


Birth of american republic

After 1763

1.____________

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1770

2.____________

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1773

3.____________

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April 1775

4.____________

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July 1776

5.____________

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1777

6.____________

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1781

7.____________

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1783

8.____________

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Birth of American Republic

1787

9.____________

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1789

10.____________

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Influence on the Development of American Gov’t


Name date bill of rights 1 st 10 amendments to the u s constitution

Directions: Draw a picture to represent each of the 1st 10 amendments

Name:___________________________________________ Date:________Bill of Rights (1st 10 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution)


Enlightenment thinkers1

Directions: Use pgs. 446-450 to complete the graphic organizer. Summarize the important ideas of each

person below.

Enlightenment Thinkers

Rousseau put the common good over the interest of the individual. Do you agree with that position? Explain

The principles of checks & balances and separation of powers were put forward by

a. Montesquieub. Rousseauc. Locked. A. Smith

Voltaire was a philosopher who defended

a. freedom of pressb. freedom of speechc. practice of slaveryd. laissez-faire

Adam Smith tried to show that natural economic forces of supply & demand were linked to

a. profit & economic growthb. gov’t regulationc. taxesd. mercantilism

Speaker : All human beings are born free and equal with a right to life and liberty. It is the duty of government to

protect these natural rights of its citizens.Who was the speaker of the passage above?a. Rousseaub. Hobbesc. Montesquieud. Locke


Birth of american republic1

1770

2. 5 protesters

died in Boston

Massacre

1773

3. Colonist staged

Boston Tea party

To protest tax on

tea

After 1763

End of French

and Indian War;

British regulated

colonial trade &

levied new taxes

April 1775

4. War erupted

between colonists

and Britain, shot

Fired at Lexington &

Concord

July 1776

5. Thomas Jefferson

wrote Declaration

Of Independence

1777

6. Turning pt. in

war, Battle of

Saratoga convinced

French to join

1783

8. Treaty of

Paris signed

1781

7. British surrender

at Yorktown

Birth of American Republic

1787

9. Writing of

Constitution

in Philadelphia

1789

10. Constitution is ratified;

becomes law of the land

Influence on the Development of American Gov’t


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