The Revolution By McKenna Chase Revolution: When people decide tooverthrow the government in order to get a new system started
Magna CartaIt was written for the people of EnglandIt was written in June of 1215It made it so that Monarchies would not get powerhungryThis is a form of “Rule of law” because the ruler sti" hadto abide by the law
Glorious Revolution This revolution occurred in England, with no blood shed. James II took the throne a$er Charles the II, his brother, died In the end a constitutional monarchy was formed because parliament won and the people got to have more of a say House of in what happened.Parliament
The English Bill of RightsDecember 16, 1689 is when it was enactedThis document limited the power of the King. It hadto reestablish the rules that the Magna Carta madeand it was more detailed.
The EnlightenmentThis was a cultural movement where logic, criticism, and&eedom were themes. It focused on individual &eedoms.It occurred between 1700 and 1800It encouraged democracy and individual thinking
Charles-Louis MontesquieuHe is a French satirist (using sarcasm to get his pointacross)He is known for being a political and social philosopherwho placed reason as the most important.
John LockeHe is &om Warington, EnglandHe lived &om 1632-1704He believed in Natural Rights. Natural Rights are thethought that everyone is born with 3 rights, the right tolife, the right to liberty, and the right to own property.There are certain rights that everyone has the option tohave.
Jean Jacques RousseauHe is &om Geneva, SwitzerlandHe lived &om 1712-1778The Social Contract is a book written by Jean JacquesRousseau stating that people are in an agreement that it istheir responsibility to establish a system of government.
Thomas JeﬀersonHe’s &om Shadwe" , VirginiaHe is most known for writing theDeclaration of IndependenceLocke said that certain things could besold, given away, or conﬁscated by thegovernment other than property so itinﬂuenced Thomas Jeﬀerson
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