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Unit 1: Test

Enlightenment and the Great Awakening

Immanuel Kants Big Idea Have courage to use your own intelligence
Immanuel Kant's Impact He defined the enlightenment
Voltare Big Idea Freedom of Speech
Voltare Impact It is now the First Amendment Right
John Locke Big Idea Natural RIghts: Life, Liberty, and the Property
John Locke Impact Declaring Independence(Decloration of Independence)
Montesquieu Big Idea Seperation of powers
Montesquieu Impact The three branches of goverment(Democracy): Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
Rousseau Big Idea Wanted a democracy and for the people to choose their own government
Rousseau Impact The US uses a democracy
Benjamin Franklin Big Idea He made the idea for the Albany Plan of Union
Benjamin Franklin Impact He unified the colonies( drew a picture to send the message)
What was the Impact of the Enlightenment? - Provided the framework for the revolution - helped people to use reason and think for themselves - the colonies worked together(The Albony Plan of Union)
What is the Great Awakening? -time of widespread religion in the colonies -religious tolerance and a feeling of community increased
What happened in the Great Awakening? -religious and social tolerance -unification -thinking for themselves -concept of independence
Created by: zsmith4028
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