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1Standard 10.2 Study Guide/Notes compare and contrast the Glorious Revolution of England, the American Revolution, and the French Revolution and their enduring effects worldwide on the political expectations for self-government and individual liberty.
2Chapter 3 Assessment Changes. Parts to include One article based on the info from 2 sections (Ch 3)2 pictures relating to 2 different articles2 period advertisementsDue Date Monday October 22.
3What is the significance of the Magna carta? Asserted that the monarch must obey the law.
4What is a constitutional Monarchy? System of gov. with a legislative branch and a monarch with limited power
5What do the Magna carta and English Bill of Rights have in common? They both have a list of rights that cannot be taken by the government.
6Gov’t. should PROTECT the will of the people What was the impact of the enlightenment thinkers on democratic rev.’s in England, the US, France and Latin America?Their views led to the challenges of long held ideas about the rights of society, individuals, and gov’t.Gov’t. should PROTECT the will of the people
7What is the significance of Montesquieu? The Separation of Powers in American gov.
8What is the significance of John Locke? His writings influenced Thomas Jefferson Declaration of Independence, foundation for the American Rev.Life, Liberty, Property=Natural Rights=Should be protected by the Govern.
9What was the american revolution fought over? TaxesRepresentationRights
10How was the 3rd Estate treated before the French Revolution? They had to pay almost all the taxes, but had no power in the government.
11What was the Tennis court oath? The 3rd estate was attempting to draft a new national constitution.
12How did France follow the example of america? By recognizing the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen in 1787.
13What did the National Assembly accomplish? Abolished feudalism
14What two key documents emphasize the idea that the gov’T What two key documents emphasize the idea that the gov’T. must protect the rights of people?The U.S. Declaration of Independence and the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen.
15What is a key commonality bt/w A.R. and F.R.? Both favored Representative Govt’sBelieve a rep. gov. gets its power from the people it governs.Inspired other people seeking independence
16How are the Glorious rev. and French Rev. similar? Both sought to limit the power of the monarch.
17What is the importance of the Fall of the Bastille? It is considered the starting act of the French Rev.
18How was napoleon able to rise to power? Political instabilityStrong leadership abilities.
19How did the Revolution change France? Absolute Monarchy: King Louis XVIRepublic: RobespierreDemocratic Despotism: Napoleon
20What was the concert of europe? An agreement between monarchies in Europe to help prevent the outbreak of revolution in member countries.
21How did napoleon change France? Education ReformLegal ReformAggressive Empire Building
22How did Napoleon exercise his nationalism? Through his acts of conquering other nations, which he believed would benefit France.
23How did napoleons ideas spread? Military conquest Spread of his ideas of nationalism and the rule of law.
24What Did the congress of Vienna Accomplish? Keep anyone country from gaining too much power and dominating Europe.Many countries again became monarchies.
25Who were Simon Bolivar and Jose de san Martin? Revolutionary leaders in Latin America, inspired by the American Revolution, to increase human rights.
26Whose Ideas shaped the Venezuelan constitution? Simon Bolivar
27How did the revolutions for independence in Latin American countries differ from the American revolution?The majority of the people in those countries did not gain political freedom.