The Revolutions By Ciera Johnson I think a revolution is when people go against a higher authority to get their own ideas
Magna CartaWritten in 1215It was for England to limitthe power of the kings andgive more power to theParliament.It was a “rule of law”because it restricted thepowers of the kings and gavemore order the thegovernment.
Glorious Revolution It took place in England William of Orange and Mary took over as rulers The English Bill of Rights changed the power of kings forever.
The English Bill ofRights written in 1689It was a Declaration of the Rights andLiberties of the people and limited thepower of royalty, and it alsoestablished the power of theParliament.
The Enlightenment 1650–1800It was a time in Europethat was full of newideas and thinking. Itwas full of newmathematical andScientific ideas.It is important todaybecause it set the basisof thinking for therest of the world andit opened people’sminds.
Charles-LouisMontesquieuJan. 18, 1689-Feb. 10, 1755 He was from Gironde, france. He is most famous for writing On the Spirit of Laws that was published in 1748.
John LockeAugust 29, 1632 - October 28, 1704 He is from England Natural Rights were what he believed every man has the right to, religious freedom, freedom press, education reform.
Jean Jacques June 28, 1712Rousseau - July 2, 1778he was born in Geneva,Switzerland.It was a book that JeanJacques Rousseau wroteand was published in 1762,that is a way to set up apolitical community biasedon the rights that all menhave.
Thomas Jefferson April 13, 1743 - July 4, 1826He was born in Commonwealthof VirginiaWrote the Bill of RightsHe switched them because hebelieved in the pursuit ofhappiness and that everyoneshould have a right to do andbe whoever they want.