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Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
Revolutions keynote history
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Revolutions keynote history

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    • 1. The Revolutions By:Chelsey Shockley
    • 2. Magna Carta The country that Magna Carta was written for was England It was written in 1215Magna Carta is a document created for the purpose of limiting the powers of the monarch and preserving the basic legal rights of all free men in England. The real significance of this document lies in the basic idea that a ruler, just like everyone else, is subject to the rule of law.
    • 3. Glorious Revolution The Glorious Revolution took place in England during 1688. William of Orange took over as King during the Glorious RevolutionThe Magna Carta was the document that changed the power of Kings.
    • 4. English Bill of Rights The English Bill of Rights was written in 1689By assuming and exercising a power of dispensingwith and suspending of laws, and the execution of laws, without consent of parliament. By committing and prosecuting divers worthy prelates, for humbly petitioning to be excused from concurring to the said assumed power.
    • 5. The Enlightenment The Enlightenment was a period of time characterized by breakthroughs inthinking which steered the world away from religion and more and more toward secularism, humanism, individualism, rationalism, and nationalism.Of all of these, it was rationalism that more than any other concept defined the Enlightenment, which was also called the “Age of Reason.” The Enlightenment took place 17-1800sIt was important because it was a revolution for the people they stopped doing what the church said and found out for themselves.
    • 6. Charles-Louis Montesquieu He was from La Brède near Bordeaux He was most famous for The Spirit of Laws
    • 7. John Locke He was from Wrington, England Lifespan 1632-1704Natural right is distinguished from that of legal right. Natural rights are those rights of any species that exist outside of artificial legal contrivances.
    • 8. Jean Jacques Rousseau He was from Geneva, Switzerland Lifespan 1712-1778 Social Contract-This is the belief that the state only exists to serve the will of the people, and they are the source of all political powerenjoyed by the state. They can choose to give or withhold this power.
    • 9. Thomas Jefferson He was from Shadwell, VirginiaHe was most famous for writing The Declaration of Independence Because not everyone was eligible to own land

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