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PCS Global 10C

PCS Global 10 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Absolutism ruler has total control
Divine Right ruler's power comes from God
Mercantilism colonies exist to benefit parent country
Westernization adoption of western ideas
Limited Monarch power is limited
Scientific Revolution period of advancements in science
Philosophes freedom of religion, speech
Physiocrats free market system, economy
Natural Rights life, liberty, and property
General Will interest of the people as a whole
Free Market prices determined through competition
Laissez Faire little or no government interference
Enlighten Despots absolute ruler who uses power to bring about change
Magna Carta limited the power of the English monarchy
Petition of Rights limited the power of the English monarchy
Prime Minister chief executive of parliamentary government
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