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Unit 7 study stack

Absolute ruler a ruler where the power is large and unchecked
Divine right the belief where God put them on the throne
King Louis XIV "the sun king" began to make his presence and statements in an "I" point of view
Ivan the terrible russian ruler who centralized his power through force
Peter the great a monarch for russia that industrialized militaries and industries
Charles I king of England , disliked by the parliament because acted as an "absolute monarch"
King George III pushed high tariffs on colonists to fund his kingdom
The English civil war resulted in a govt. where the people had more power than the king
The roundheads the forces of parliament
The cavaliers the forces of king charles I
The restoration of the monarchy parliament asked charles II to retake the throne because they were unsatisfied with cromwells rule
The glorious revolution parliament invited mary II and william took the throne
The English bill of rights created a limited monarchy where parliament has greater power
Thomas Hobbes believes that the govt. should protect its citizens
The leviathan the book written by Hobbes
John Locke believed citizens had unailenable rights
Two treaties on government book written by Locke
Baron de Montesquieu believed in seeration of powers
In the spirit of laws book written by montesquieu
Jean-Jacques Rousseau believed people were born good and the power should go to the people
The social contract book written by rousseau
Voltaire believed in a seperation of church and state
The American revolution nationalists fought against great britain to gain independence of what is now the usa
The French Revolution
The storming of the bastille
Louis XVI stated that all of france revolved around him and felt he was the "sun king"
The reign of terror when robespierre began killing the jacobins
Maximillian Robespierre
Napoleon french military leader who becomes emperor through staging the coup d'etat
Napoleonic code a code established by napolean to create a single uniform legal code for the entire french empire
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