Revolutions

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    Thomas Hobbes

    Religion should be sepereated from politics
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    John Locke

    -Natural Right
    -Limited Power To the King
    -Soacial COntact between the people and government
    -Freedom of Religion
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    Baron de Montesquieu

    The government should be broken down in sections.
    -3 branches
    -one branch has control of another
    -checks balance
  • English Bill Of Rights

    English Bill Of Rights
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    Voltaire

    -Freedom of thought for all people
    -Religion to powerful
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    Benjamin Franklin

    -single legislature w/ an advisory board
    -slavery was morally wrong; should be abolish
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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau

    -individuals have certain right,
    -whatever majority wants should be law
    -individual freedom
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    Adam Smith

    INdividual freedom
    -Modern economics
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    Casare Beccaria

    -Death penalty and believed torture was wrong
    -Edu. reduces crime
    -Right to a speedy and fair trial
    -Punishment should fit the crime for all
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    Thomas Jefferson

    -didn't want a government with too much power
    -All should be involved
    -Everyone is allowed edu.
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    Father Hidalgo

    -Freeing Mexico
    -marched through streets of mexico
    -Captured the shot
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    Mary Wollstonecraft

    -Individual freedom
    -modern economics
  • Seven Years' War Peace Treaty between Great Britain and France

    Seven Years' War Peace Treaty between Great Britain and France
  • Repeal of Stamp Act

    Repeal of Stamp Act
  • Tarring and Feathering

    A punishment made by Richard lionhearted and the Crusaders, that any robber with the crusaders “shell be first shaved, then boiling pitch shall be poured upon his head, and a cushion of feathers shook over it.
  • Townsend Act, new revenue taxes on North American colonists

    Townsend Act, new revenue taxes on North American colonists
  • The Boston Masscre

    On March 5, 1770, between British troops and a crown in Boston. After an annoyance by the colonists, British soldiers fired into the mob, of course killing people. The Boston Masscre was very publicized.
  • Riots in Boston met with violence by British troops

    Riots in Boston met with violence by British troops
  • The Gaspee Incident

    A British revenue that had been enforcing unpopular trade regulation, A group of men led by Abraham whipple and John Brown attacked, boarded, “looted”, and torched the ship.
  • Committees of Correspondence

    Groups chosen by the legislatures of all 13 AMerican colonies to provide communication. First group was formed by Samuel Adams in Boston.
  • Tea Act

  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
  • First Continental COngress

    First Continental COngress
    A convention of delegates from twelve of thirteen North American colonies. They met on September 5, 1774, in Philadelphia. It was called response to the Intolerable act. 56 member attended.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Dec. 16, 1773 American patriots dressed as Indians threw 342 chests of tea from three British ships into the Boston harbor. The leader was Smauel Adams. They did this to prevent the payment a British tax on tea.
  • Tea Act

    It levels the regulations to allow the failing companys to sell its large tea below the prices charge by colonial competitors. The act was cancelled by colonists as another example of taxation w/o representation.
  • The second continental Congress

    A series of thirteen political books. Written by Thomas Paine. He wrote is to persuade the colonist to join the patriots.
  • Stamp Act passed by Britich Parliament

    Stamp Act passed by Britich Parliament
  • The British are coming.

    Paul Revere said this. He was warning the colonists to be ready for the arrival of the British. Also, it was to let those who served as “minute men soldiers,” to get ready for battle if necessary.
  • The shot heard around the world..

    Minutemen were called against the British troops. As two armies faced each, someone fired a shot. No one knows who fired it or which side there were on.
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    American Revolution

  • Declaration of Independence

    Declaration of Independence
    It was written by Thomas Jefferson. John Hancock and President of Second Continental Congress signed it on July 4, 1776. The document was about what rights the colonist wanted.
  • American and Frech Representatives sign two treaties in Paris: a Treaty and AMity and Commerce and a Treaty of Alliance

    American and Frech Representatives sign two treaties in Paris: a Treaty and AMity and Commerce and a Treaty of Alliance
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    Simon Bolivar

    -strong central government
    -political power should e delivered among different branches.
  • Ratification of Constitution of the United Staes of America

    Ratification of Constitution of the United Staes of America
  • Estates Genereal convened for the time in 174 years in France

    Estates Genereal convened for the time in 174 years in France
  • Stroming of the Bastille, prison (and armony) in Paris

    Stroming of the Bastille, prison (and armony) in Paris
  • National Constituent Assembly and French Declaration of the Rights of Man

    National Constituent Assembly and French Declaration of the Rights of Man
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    Frech Revolution

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    Haiti Revolution

  • Beheading of King Louis XVI

    Beheading of King Louis XVI
  • Slave rebellion in Saint Dominque

    Slave rebellion in Saint Dominque
  • U.S. bill of Rights ratified by states

    U.S. bill of Rights ratified by states
  • French National Assembly gives citizenship to all people of color in colony of Sant domique

    French National Assembly gives citizenship to all people of color in colony of Sant domique
  • France declared war on Australia

    France declared war on Australia
  • France declares war on Great Britain

    France declares war on Great Britain
  • All slaves on Saint domique emancipated by the French revolutionary authorities to join the French army and fight against the British

    All slaves  on Saint domique emancipated by the French revolutionary authorities to join the French army and fight against the British
  • French colonial forces defeated by Toussaint

    French colonial forces defeated by Toussaint
  • Toussaint negotiates peace with the British

    Toussaint negotiates peace with the British
  • War ends between Great Britain and France

    War ends between Great Britain and France
  • Constitution for Haiti

    Constitution for Haiti
  • General Leclerc sent by Napolean to subdue colony and re-institute slavery

    General Leclerc sent by Napolean to subdue colony and re-institute slavery
  • Toussaint leads troops against the British

    Toussaint leads troops against the British
  • New Declaration of War between Great Britain and France

    New Declaration of War between Great Britain and France
  • French withdraw; Haitians declare independence

    French withdraw; Haitians declare independence
  • Napoleon crowns himself emperor of France

    Napoleon crowns himself emperor of France
  • Jean-Jacques Dessaline crowns himself emperor of Haiti

    Jean-Jacques Dessaline crowns himself emperor of Haiti
  • British end the slave trade

    British end the slave trade
  • Declaration of self-government in most Latin American colonies

    Declaration of self-government in most Latin American colonies
  • French expelled form Spain

    French expelled form Spain
  • Napoleon defeated and French empire reduced in Europe to France alone

    Napoleon defeated and French empire reduced in Europe to France alone
  • French abolish slave trade

    French abolish slave trade
  • U.S. President Monroe declared doctrine against European interference with the new republics in the Americas, known as Monroe Doctrine

    U.S. President Monroe declared doctrine against European interference with the new republics in the Americas, known as Monroe Doctrine
  • The Intolerable Act

    Four punishments placed by British Parliament against the American colonies. The harbor was closed until restitution was made for the tea destroyed in the Boston Tea party: the Massachusetts colony’s charter was cancelled and there became a military government. British charged w/ capital offenses could go to England for trial; and housing for British troops were placed.
  • The Quebec Act

    Provided for a governor and appointed council, religious freedom for Roman catholics. It was supposed to resolve the problem of making the colony a province of British North America and tried to build friendship between French-Canadian and the British.