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Political Revolution


government, set up in France, that made Napoleon in charge Consulate
government in which power is shared between the national and state governments Federal System
a sudden overthrow of a government coup d'etat
a dissenting group faction
the middle class of France Bourgeoisie
a person of mixed Native American and European descent Mestizo
ordinary patriots of the French Revolution sans-culottes
title given to the social classes of the Old Regime in France Estates
a person of European descent who was born in America and living there permanently Creole
in post-revolutionary Latin America, a strong leader who led by military force Caudillo
a person of mixed African and European descent Mulatto
when the British soldiers killed 5 American colonists Boston Massacre
wrote "Common Sense" that told colonists to break away from Great Britain Thomas Paine
made by the National Assembly representatives who promised to make a constitution for France Tennis Court Oath
the government that Napoleon overthrew to take power in France The Directory
stated that Great Britain had authority over the colonies Declaratory Act
stated that colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains Grenville
after the Estates-General was called, they organized as the representative group of France National Assembly
political genius who led France to European domination Napoleon
wrote the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
chosen as the leader (general) of the Continental Army George Washington
Created by: sharpl