Chapter 1 Timeline

  • English Thinker Of The Glorious Revolution Thomas Hobbs

    Thomas Hobbs was an English thinker who thought that all people were evil and wicked. He also wanted a social contract that never happened. He even wrote a book called "The Social
    Contract Theory."
  • English Thinker Of The Glorious Revolution John Locke

    John Locke was an English thinker who believed in self governing and learned from his own expirence.
  • English Thinker Of Glorious Revolution William Blackstone

    Willianm Blackstone was an English thinker who wrote the book "Commentaries on the Laws of England." He also spoke for public rights and wrongs.
  • American Thinker Of the American Revolution Thomas Jefferson

    Thomas Jefferson was an American thinker who was for religous freedom. He wrote the "Declaration of Independence" and was the third president of the U.S.
  • The American Revolution-War aand British Defeat

    British came and tried to run America and America decided that we wanted freedom. So we used Guerilla Warfare to defeat them. George Washington was general.
  • The American Revolution-Nationalism in America

    A form of Nationalism that asserts that Americans are a nation and that promotes the cultural unity of Americans. America first gained Nationalism after the defeat of Britian.
  • The American Revolution-American Bill of Rights and Constitution

    "The Bill of Rights" are the first ten amendments in the Constitution. Contributed to by George Washington, John Rutledge, Edmund Randolph, Nathanial Gorham, Oliver Ellsworth, and James Wilson.
  • French Revolution-Compared To American Revolution

    They both wanted freedom from people of higher power so they revolted. Both ended up winning their freedom.
  • English Thinker Of The Glorious Revolution Mary Wollstonecraft

    Mary Wollstonecraft was know for her book "A Vindictation of the Rights of Women."
  • American Thinker Of The American Revolution George Washington

    George Washington was an Amerian thinker who wrote the "Constitution." He was also elected the first president of the U.S.
  • French Revolution-Economic Troubles And Terror

    People in France were troubled by the increase in people and the decrease in food. They were also troubled by the higher powers (1st & 2nd Esates)