“The Revolutions”An overthrow of a government or ruler.
The Magna CartaThe Magna Carta was written for Medieval EnglandThe Magna Carta was signed in June 1215 The Barons attempted to stop a king with the Magna Carta. In this case king John The Magna Carta was a form of law because the law limited the king and he had to follow the law.
Glorious Revolution England Catholic King James II took over as king of England during the Glorious Revolution
English Bill of RightsThe English Bill of The Bill of Rights established Rights was restrictions on the royal families written in 1689 rights The most important parts of the English Bill of Rights, however, were that it limited the right of raising money through the taxation of parliament
The Enlightenment• the enlightenment sometimes referred to as the age of reason. The enlightenment was when science and reason began its elevation.• in the 18th century the Enlightenment started.• The Enlightenment opened thought in the ﬁelds of philosophy, politics, economics, physics, astronomy, mathematics and medicine. The Enlightenment also prepared for the beginning of the industrial revolution.
Charles-Louis Montesquieu • Charles-Louis Montesquieu, born on January 19th, 1689 near Bordeaux. • In France Charles Montesquieu was one of the biggest inﬂuences of the Enlightenment.
Johnborn in England on August Locke• John Lock was 29th 1632.• 1632-1704• Natural Rights are rights are basic rights that the government cannot deny.
Jean Jacques Rousseau• Jean Jacques Rousseau was born on June 28th, 1712 in Geneva.• 1712-1778• The social contract is the concept that people have made an agreement with the government, where the people and government have certain roles and responsibilities.
Thomas Jefferson• Thomas Jefferson was from Shadwell,Virginia.• Thomas Jefferson was famous for writing, Jefferson bible or The life and morals of Jesus of Nazareth.• Jefferson changed the words from property to pursuit of happiness because he was inﬂuenced by George Mason’s Virginia’s declaration of rights
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