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Historical Event A.Resulting Action of Document B.Effect on Democracy
1. King John tried to raise taxes on the nobles A. Magna Carta B.Established basic legal rights & responsibilities Protected liberties of the English
2. Edward needed money to pay for war in France A.Model Parliament B. Increased the number of people making Gov’t decisions
3. Sixteenth Century Monarchs claim more power. Divine Right – The belief that monarchs are chosen by God and responsible only to God.
3. Sixteenth Century Monarchs claim more power A. Petition of Right A. Overthrow of Charles I B. Decreased power of Monarch B. Increased power of Parliament
4. The Glorious Revolution takes place. A.English Bill of Rights B.Limited power of Monarchy B. Guaranteed the rule of Law B. Guaranteed Individual Liberties
Powers of the monarch (ruler) are limited by a constitution or laws of the country
Government that’s powers are defined and limited by law
A type of gov’t in which the ruling power belongs to a few people EX: South Africa
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Democratic Developments in England I)Medieval Reforms II)Parliament Grows Stronger III)Establishment of a Constitutional Monarchy.
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Teacher Preparation Copy 1-per-student: Timeline Template/ Worksheet: Documents That Influenced Democracy Copy 1-per-class: READING Documents That Influenced.
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English Events During 1600s (17th Century) Do you Know.
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Getting into the mind of an Englishman of the 1700s H-SS- Describe the Enlightenment and the rise of democratic ideas as the context in which the nation.
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Warm-up #3 1. The belief that people can create a new govt. if it fails them is called ____________ 2. Which Enlightenment thinker opposed monarchies?
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