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The Age of Democratic Revolution. (Chapters 23-24 in the World History Textbook). 1. The American Revolution. A . Origins of the American Revolution American Colonies French and Indian War British Debt . 1. The American Revolution. B. Enlightenments and Revolution Religious Beliefs

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the age of democratic revolution

The Age of Democratic Revolution

(Chapters 23-24 in the World History Textbook)

1 the american revolution
1. The American Revolution

A. Origins of the American Revolution

  • American Colonies
  • French and Indian War
  • British Debt
1 the american revolution1
1. The American Revolution

B. Enlightenments and Revolution

  • Religious Beliefs
  • Glorious Revolution of 1688
  • Enlightenment Ideals
  • British Response
  • American Response
  • Thomas Paine
  • Foreign Aid
  • Constitutional Convention
  • U.S. Constitution
  • Checks and Balances
  • Popular Sovereignty
2 the french revolution
2. The French Revolution

A. Causes of the French Revolution

i. French Social Divisions

First Estate

Second Estate

Third Estate

Bourgeoisie

ii. The impact of Enlightenment ideas

Divine Rights of Kings

Privileged Positions

2 the french revolution1
2. The French Revolution

iii. Financial Crisis

Tradition

Taxes

Taxing the Wealth

War Debts

Solution

Estates General

King Louis XVI

b main events of the revolution
B. Main events of the Revolution

Power Shift

National Assembly

Bastille

National Assembly:

Church Land’s

Privileges of Nobles

Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen

Constitutional Monarchy

c revolution takes a radical turn
C. Revolution takes a radical turn

Harvest of 1789

Louis XVI

Republic

Convention

Committee of Public Safety

“Reign of Terror”

Conscription

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France’s Financial Crisis

Impact of Enlightenment Ideas

Key Aspects of the

French Revolution

Declaration of the Rights of Man

The “Reign of Terror”

3 the rise and fall of napoleon
3. The Rise and fall of Napoleon

a. The Rise of Napoleon

Italy and Austria

Domestic reforms

Emperor

French Empire

3 the rise and fall of napoleon1
3. The Rise and fall of Napoleon

b. The Fall of Napoleon

England

Spain

Invasion of Russia

Russian Strategy

Results

Louis XVIII

3 the rise and fall of napoleon2
3. The Rise and fall of Napoleon

c. The Impact of Napoleon

France

Europe

World

a restoring the old order
A. Restoring the Old Order

a. The Congress of Vienna

Balance of Power

William Wilberforce

Slave Trade Bill

b. The Spirit of Nationalism

Nationalism

Legitimacy

b the metternich era 1815 1848
B. The Metternich Era (1815-1848)
  • Prince Klemens von Metternich
4 the independence of latin america
4. The Independence of Latin America

A. The Road to Independence

a. Abuses of the Colonial System

Creoles

Peninsulares

b. Revolutionary Ideas spread to Latin America

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Jose de San Martin

Toussaint L’Ouverture

Leaders in

Wars for

Independance

Simon Bolivar

Miguel Hidalgo

c bolivar and the struggle for independence
c. Bolivar and the Struggle for Independence
  • Venezuela
  • Decree of War Death
  • Jamaica & Haiti
  • Gran Colombia
  • Jose San Martin
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Bolivar’s Dream
essential review questions
Essential Review Questions

How were the American and French Revolutions alike and different?

Was the violence of the French Revolution justified?

Was Napoleon Bonaparte’s impact more harmful or beneficial?

How did Latin American colonies achieve their independence?