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  1. 1. MondayMonday,, October 29October 29 ,2012,2012 Agree Disagree 1. The English Agree DisagreeAgree Disagree 1. The English Agree Disagree ____ ____ Bill of Rights ____ ________ ____ Bill of Rights ____ ____ increased the power of the king.increased the power of the king. ____ ____ 2. John Locke____ ____ 2. John Locke ____ _________ _____ wrote The Socialwrote The Social Contract TheoryContract Theory
  2. 2. Chapter Three:Chapter Three: Colonial Ways of LifeColonial Ways of Life Section Three:Section Three: The Imperial SystemThe Imperial System A. Mercantilism SystemA. Mercantilism System  Theory which became popularTheory which became popular amongst European countries in the 1600samongst European countries in the 1600s and 1700s.and 1700s.  Theory stated aTheory stated a country’s powercountry’s power isis based onbased on its wealthits wealth.. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A COUNTRY HASWHAT HAPPENS WHEN A COUNTRY HAS TOO MUCH DEBT?TOO MUCH DEBT?
  3. 3. Mercantilism believed:Mercantilism believed:  Countries should try toCountries should try to sell moresell more goodsgoods to other nations thanto other nations than they boughtthey bought fromfrom others.others.  Countries shouldCountries should supplysupply theirtheir ownown raw material for manufacturingraw material for manufacturing..  Therefore, countries should haveTherefore, countries should have coloniescolonies toto supplysupply thesethese raw materialsraw materials..
  4. 4. CHUNK #3CHUNK #3 Page 98-99. ReadPage 98-99. Read MercantilismMercantilism and fill out theand fill out the graphic organizer below.graphic organizer below. Benefits for England Benefits for American Colonies
  5. 5. Navigation ActsNavigation Acts  England previously hadEngland previously had little influencelittle influence inin the colonies.the colonies.  WhenWhen Charles II became kingCharles II became king he wanted to expand the colonieshe wanted to expand the colonies to maketo make more moneymore money for England.for England. HOW DO YOU THINK THE COLONISTHOW DO YOU THINK THE COLONIST RESPONDED?RESPONDED?
  6. 6.  King CharlesKing Charles passedpassed a Navigation Act.a Navigation Act.  SaidSaid all goods mustall goods must be traded onbe traded on EnglishEnglish shipsships..  Certain goods from theCertain goods from the coloniescolonies couldcould only be soldonly be sold toto EnglandEngland..
  7. 7.  Later passed theLater passed the Staple ActStaple Act another part of theanother part of the NavigationNavigation ActAct..  Said all productsSaid all products imported toimported to thethe colonies must comecolonies must come from Englandfrom England..
  8. 8.  These laws gainedThese laws gained money for Englandmoney for England butbut cost the coloniescost the colonies more money.more money.  The laws wereThe laws were often ignoredoften ignored andand violatedviolated..  SmugglingSmuggling was common.was common.
  9. 9. B. The English Bill of RightsB. The English Bill of Rights (1689)(1689) DocumentDocument decreaseddecreased thethe powerpower of theof the kingking..  Guaranteed the right toGuaranteed the right to free speechfree speech..  Guaranteed theGuaranteed the right to trialright to trial , etc., etc. DO THE AMERICAN COLONISTS RECEIVEDO THE AMERICAN COLONISTS RECEIVE THE SAME RIGHTS?THE SAME RIGHTS?
  10. 10.  These ideas had aThese ideas had a great influencegreat influence onon the colonies and what they believedthe colonies and what they believed about government.about government.  Another event which leadsAnother event which leads to revolution !!!!!!!!!!to revolution !!!!!!!!!!
  11. 11. C.C. John LockeJohn Locke  English philosopherEnglish philosopher  Believed aBelieved a governments’governments’ power came from thepower came from the people.people.  All people were born withAll people were born with NATURAL RIGHTSNATURAL RIGHTS (life, liberty, and(life, liberty, and property) A.K.A. =property) A.K.A. = inalienable rightsinalienable rights..
  12. 12. The Social Contract TheoryThe Social Contract Theory  PeoplePeople createcreate government forgovernment for protection.protection.  The people and the governmentThe people and the government make a contract:make a contract: people agree to abidepeople agree to abide by the law, government agrees toby the law, government agrees to protect natural rightsprotect natural rights..  If the government does not do this, theIf the government does not do this, the people canpeople can overthrowoverthrow the governmentthe government..
  13. 13. REVIEWREVIEW WHAT WERE THEWHAT WERE THE NAVIGATION ACTSNAVIGATION ACTS?? WHAT DID THEWHAT DID THE STAPLE ACTSTAPLE ACT CALL FOR?CALL FOR? WHAT DID THEWHAT DID THE SOCIAL CONTRACTSOCIAL CONTRACT PROMISE?PROMISE? WHAT DIDWHAT DID JOHN LOCKEJOHN LOCKE BELIEVE?BELIEVE? WHAT AREWHAT ARE NATURAL RIGHTSNATURAL RIGHTS??

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