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Enlightment (OGT)

Brief review of Enlightment topics/people

In what century did the Enlightenment take place? 17th
The ideas of the Enlightenment were focused on limiting the power of the: church & state (govt)
Who believed that if the govt didn't protect the people, they should be overthrown? John Locke
Natural rights include: Life, liberty, property
This Enlightenment thinker believed in seperation of powers within the govt. Montesquieu
This man believed in the freedom of speech. Voltaire
The belief that God chose the monarch to rule a country is known as: divine right
Enlightenment ideas helped to lead to what major events? American Revolution, US Constitution, Bill of Rights, French Revolution, etc.
Created by: sbrennen