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  • Nolan’s Revolution
  • Magna Carta England 15th of June in 1215It reduced the power of the king.No person is above the law, not even the king
  • Glorious Took place in the british isles.revolution William III of Orange English bill of rights
  • English Bill of rights Written in 1689 It regulated the power of the king.No roman catholic can ever rule england again.
  • Enlightenment a European movement between 1700-1800 bc emphasizing reason and individualism rather than tradition.In englandBecause it was more beneficial toIndividuals.
  • Charles-LouisMontesquieu Gironde, France A social commentator and apolitical thinker. Lived during the age of enlightenment. Famous for Separation Of Powers thought.
  • John Locke Essex, England 1632-1704Life: everyone is entitled to liveonce they are created.Liberty: everyone is entitled to doanything they want to so long as itdoesnt conflict with the first right.
  • Jean Jacques Rousseau Geneva 1712-1778“Every law the people have notratified in person is null andvoid — is, in fact, not a law.”“The legislative power belongsto the people, and can belong toit alone.”
  • Thomas Jefferson Shadwell, Virginia United State ConstitionHe switched “Property” to Slide 8- Thomas Jefferson (Insert “pursuit of hapiness” picture of him) -Where was he from? :) -What is he most famous for because of the emotional writing? -Why did he switch the words from "property" to "the pursuit of happiness"? effect on the readers