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Chapter 5 Creating a

For Mrs Hough's American History class

QuestionAnswer
what was the Magna Carta and why was it important? It made a powerful parliament and limited the power of the king in England.
what did the British bill of rights do? It gave parliament the power to decide weather laws could be passed or not and parliament couldn't be put in jail.
How did the Zenger Trial impact the future of our country? It gave freedom of the press to the people.
what was the great awakening? It was a religious growth and a need for salvation
who fought in the french and Indian War? Britain and France fought the French and Indian war
what are some reasons for the French and Indian war? 1.to control America 2.to control trade (Mississippi) 3.They both had power 4.greed 5.to stop Britain from growing
Created by: JonathanDavis