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End of the Semester

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Plato’s ideal form of government? He stated his philosophy in his work The Republic. Aristocracy was Plato's form of government.
Rome’s first code of law Was made in 450 B.C. code was a product of a farming society.
What are some major differences between the Greco-Roman and Jewish and Christian traditions? The Jewish and Christian only believed in one god where Greco-Roman believed in multiple
How did the Classical Greeks think about the individual? It is central to Western political thought today. they thought they had dignity and had grate importance.
A cornerstone of our government today is based upon some political ideas that came from Montesquieu. What are they? The Judaical powers were separated to keep different branches from coming to powerful.
Rousseau wanted society to be governed by what? Reside with people and can have no separation of power.
One of the accomplishments of the French Revolution was a document that was based upon the Declaration of Independence? What document? The declaration of the rights of man and of the citizens
The thinking behind the Enlightenment Era and how the people should be governed. How people should be ruled by general will. They should separate the power between different branches.
What provisions were contained in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen? That men are born to be free and all be equal.
What reforms did Napoleon introduce to France? He brought in social and economical changes. He also introduced abolition.
.Philosophies of John Locke. He believed that men are free by nature and that we were all meant to be equal.
What Enlightenment philosopher published Two Treatises of Government, in which he detailed his beliefs regarding natural rights, including the right to life, liberty and property? John Locke
What was the Glorious Revolution all about? This was about William of Orange took the thrown from James 11 .
Why is the Magna Carta significant in the history of democratic ideas? It establishes that laws are implied to everyone even someone as significant as a king. It establishes fairness.
. What factors contributed to the rise of the Industrial Revolution in England Britain? New inventions, Access to materials, and even trade routs.
The Textile industry met its last major challenge to full mechanization with the development of what? Steam engine
Industrial Revolution created new jobs in what? In the late 18th century.
Nationalism v. Patriotism Nationalism is when you believe that your county is above all others. Patriotism is when you take pride in your county but still believe it can change in a positive way.
More on Nationalism v. Patriotism People who believe in Patriotism are open minded. They also think equality bring peace to people. Nationalism is when someone is clothes minded and think that they should only care about themselves and their own country.
What social change was brought about by the Industrial Revolution Urbanization
What was the objective of the Romantic artists? Would show the quality of society and promoted imagination.
How long did the Enlightenment Period last? All of the 18th century.
Mohandas Gandhi He was an Indian lawyer and was an anti-colonial nationalist. He had also led a vary successful campaign.
.What did a growing Indian distrust of the British lead to? It led to a revolt. They though that the bullets were greased with pig and cow fat.
Democracy A system of government
Enlightenment view of women Women at the time at the time questioned their roles in society.
The Declaration of Independence state that government should protect natural rights that were stated in what document. The declaration of rights
How did the US Constitution reflect the ideas of the Enlightenment thinkers? It limited what the government can do and it id for the protection for the rights of other people.
. How did France’s revolutionaries follow the examples set by leaders of the American Revolution? What did they write? By making the declaration of the rights of men and citizens.
Napoleonic Code and the Enlightenment principles the Napoleonic code is influenced by the beliefs of Napoleon's point of view of the french revolution.
What is a direct result of the discovery that germs cause disease? The need to improve sanitation and preventing these diseases.
What had the greatest impact on the improvement of working conditions in the 1800s? The working conditions were bad and they didn't have good safety rules.
What contributed to German’s growth as an industrial power under Bismarck? He contributed substantial iron and coal reserves.
Most to the growth of nationalism in the Balkans? The Enlightenment and Romanticism.
What had great power in the Third Republic in France? The french had the great power they had managed to push legitimists out of the goverment.
Why were the British able to conquer India’s vast territory? They were able to because lndia wasn't united.
What did Japan gain control over which aided in it becoming an imperialist power? Japan have power over lushua and it became imperialist power.
Which system of law appeared first? King Hammurabi developed the Babylonian law.
Aristotle Aristotle was a philosopher his beliefs were influenced by logic and science.
Why did Christianity first begin to spread quickly through the Roman Empire? This was important that Christianity spread because then they could openly practice their religion.
.Why did King John not want to sign the Magna Carta? because this law showed that the king wasn't above the land or the law.
. A cause of the French Revolution. Struggle for crops and resources and the political conflict.
The most political form in classical Mediterranean world It is representive democracy
The disease that took many lives in the fourteenth century Typhoid fever,dysentery, and diphtheria.
Middle Passage This is the route that they used to trade africans. They would be packed on ships.
Which Enlightenment Thinker gave us the principle of “the ends will justify the means” approach to government? Tim Flannery and Rob Lambert
The Monroe Doctrine of 1823 James Monroe warned Europeans not to do any further colonization or anything that effects western Hemisphere.
Primary objective of the Declaration of Independence To keep help from foreign countries.
One effect of the French Revolution Showed the importance of religion and Modern Nationalism .
Nationalism When someone supports their own nation. Staying loyal to their country and putting themselves before anyone else.
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