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Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society. Lesson 10. Enlightenment (Where we left off on Lesson 4). Abbé Delille recites a poem in the salon of Madame Geoffrin, site of many gatherings of the Enlightenment philosophes.

By elina
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Main Idea In the 1800s and early 1900s, Russians rebelled against the absolute power of the czar and demanded social ref

Main Idea In the 1800s and early 1900s, Russians rebelled against the absolute power of the czar and demanded social ref

Unrest in Russia. Main Idea In the 1800s and early 1900s, Russians rebelled against the absolute power of the czar and demanded social reforms. Absolute Power. Huge Empire. To govern large, diverse empire, Russian monarchs ruled with absolute power

By liza
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The First Amendment

The First Amendment

The First Amendment. What are they?. The Parts. History. Heroes. Created by: Miss Priester. Did You Know?. Activities. Resources.

By carsyn
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Unit 6: Global Struggles

Unit 6: Global Struggles

Unit 6: Global Struggles. 1931-1960. 1931-1941. Chapter 19. Francisco Franco. Adolf Hitler. A World in Flames. Pearl Harbor. Emperor Hirohito. Benito Mussolini. I. America and the World A. Between the Wars - US determined not to be drawn into another foreign war

By fiona
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Chapter 1: The Legal and Constitutional Environment o f Business

Chapter 1: The Legal and Constitutional Environment o f Business

`. Chapter 1: The Legal and Constitutional Environment o f Business. Learning Objectives. What is the common law tradition? What is the difference between remedies at law and remedies at equity?

By hovan
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Topics in Comparative Politics

Topics in Comparative Politics

Topics in Comparative Politics. Sovereignty, Authority, and Power. Remember States…. . German Max Weber defined the state as the organization that maintains a monopoly of violence over a territory. Idea is that state defines who can and cannot use weapons and force

By bayle
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Main Idea Nationalism broke down two old European empires—the Austrian Hapsburg Empire and the Ottoman Empire.

Main Idea Nationalism broke down two old European empires—the Austrian Hapsburg Empire and the Ottoman Empire.

Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire. Main Idea Nationalism broke down two old European empires—the Austrian Hapsburg Empire and the Ottoman Empire. Resistance to Change. Carlsbad Decrees. Other Prohibitions.

By leland
(144 views)

CONSTITUTIONAL COMPROMISES

CONSTITUTIONAL COMPROMISES

CONSTITUTIONAL COMPROMISES. Would I ever leave this company? Look, I'm all about loyalty. In fact, I feel like part of what I'm being paid for here is my loyalty. But if there were somewhere else that valued loyalty more highly, I'm going wherever they value loyalty the most. .

By justis
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2011 Review of the Age of Enlightenment Unit Lesson Plan

2011 Review of the Age of Enlightenment Unit Lesson Plan

2011 Review of the Age of Enlightenment Unit Lesson Plan. Date your papers: Monday, November 14, 2011 Tuesday, November 15, 2011 Block: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 and Thursday, November 17, 2011 : Multiple Choice Section of the Test First Half of Block Finish A through Z.

By iolani
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Civics EOC Review – Part 1

Civics EOC Review – Part 1

Civics EOC Review – Part 1. Test Bank Questions. I feel ready for the Civics EOC?. Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree. Reporting Category 1. Origins and Purposes of Law and Government.

By feoras
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American Pageant

American Pageant

American Pageant. Chapter 10 “Launching the New Ship of State”. I. Growing Pains. Growing Population -4 million in 1790 -doubling every 25 years -90% rural -growing cities -5% lived east of Appalachia. II. Washington for President. 1789-Washington unanimously elected President

By kobe
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Philosophe Ideas

Philosophe Ideas

Philosophe Ideas. Reason. Truth is discovered through reason and thinking. Nature. Natural things are good and reasonable. Happiness. It’s OK to be happy! Don’t have to suffer to be rewarded after death. Progress. Progress would lead to societal reform. Liberty.

By gaston
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Who would you vote for??

Who would you vote for??

Who would you vote for??. Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. . Contestant #2 I have a drinking habit and a defiant tongue or attitude.

By yuval
(111 views)

Protecting Individual Liberties

Protecting Individual Liberties

Protecting Individual Liberties. Section 1 Chapter 14. Focus Questions. What does the term due process mean? How is procedural due process different from substantive due process ? How do the Fourth Amendment and due process protect people’s security against unreasonable state action?

By ginger
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Separation of Powers

Separation of Powers

The Three Fifths Compromise , or Federal ratio , was a document that assured the House of Representatives would maintain 47% southern representatives.

By marlee
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Ratification

Ratification

Ratification . Chapter 5 Section 3. THE DEBATE BEGINS. Ratification: The U.S. Constitution states that 9 states must ratify a document for it to become the official law of the land.

By lowri
(145 views)

Wrapping up the Constitution!

Wrapping up the Constitution!

Wrapping up the Constitution!. Please have out “federalism” homework…. Federalism: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlt6R1KD4E0. Amendment Process:. Ratifying the Constitution. RATIFICATION- official approval. Sept. 1787- submitted to conventions in each state Why not state legislatures?

By chyna
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RANT Quiz

RANT Quiz

RANT Quiz. What does the word Ratification mean? What does it mean to be called an “Anti-Federalist ”? 3. Name any one reason why T he Federalists Papers the strongest supporting the ratification of the Constitution. 4 and 5. Name any two Anti-Federalists .

By aliya
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Early Presidents:

Early Presidents:

Early Presidents:. The Federalist Era. The First Presidential Election. No political parties existed at the time of the 1788/89 election. Candidates were either Federalists or Anti-Federalists. Both groups were united in supporting Washington for the presidency.

By tarala
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Building a New Nation

Building a New Nation

The Years following the American Revolution. Building a New Nation. The Articles of Confederation. In 1777, the Articles of Confederation were put forth as a plan for the American government. This plan called for no executive branch or judicial branch.

By woods
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