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    • Chapter Three: Colonial Ways of Life Section Three: The Imperial System A. Mercantilism System a. Theory which became popular amongst European _______________ in the 1600s and 1700s. b. Theory stated a country’s power is based on its _______________. c. Mercantilism believed: i. Countries should try to ___________ more goods to other nations than they bought from others. ii. Countries should supply their own raw ________________ for manufacturing. iii. Therefore, countries should have colonies to _________________ these raw materials. CHUNK #3 Page 98-99. Read Mercantilism and fill out the graphic organizer below. Mercantilism Benefits for England Benefits for American Colonies
    • d. Navigation Acts i. England previously had little ___________________ in the colonies. ii. When Charles II became king he wanted to expand the colonies to make more ___________________ for England. iii. King Charles passed a _______________________ Act. iv. Said all goods must be _________________ on English ships. v. Certain goods from the colonies could only be sold to ______________. vi. Later passed the ______________ Act another part of the Navigation Act. vii. Said all products ______________ to the colonies must come from England. x. These laws gained money for England but _______________ the colonies more money. viii. The laws were often __________________ and violated. ix. ___________________ was common. B. The English Bill of Rights (1689) a. Document ______________ the power of the king. b. Guaranteed the right to ________________ speech. c. Guaranteed the right to ___________________, etc. d. These ideas had a great ____________________ on the colonies and what they believed about government. e. Another event which leads to ________________________!!!!!!!!!! C. John Locke a. ____________________ philosopher b. Believed a governments’ power came from the ________________. c. All people were born with ______________ rights (life, liberty, and property) (inalienable rights). d. The Social Contract Theory i. People create government for ___________________. ii. The people and the government make a _______________: people agree to abide by the law; government agrees to protect natural rights.
    • iii. If the government does not do this, the people can ________________ the government.