Annotated Response Paper 3 - Classical Athens

Annotated Response Paper 3 - Classical Athens - Annotated...

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Annotated Response Paper 3 I. UGC 111: World Civilization Sarah Shelden Cait Keegan October 13, 2006 Section G9 II. John Fleischman. “In Classical Athens, a market of trading in the currency of ideas” Annual Editions: World History . Vol. 1, 8 th ed. Eds. Helen B. & Joseph R. Mitchell. Dubuque: McGraw-Hill, 2005. 76-79 III. John Fleishman gives an in depth look of Ancient Athens and tours through its modern excavations. One is swept back to the main market place in which you come to the realization that our founding principals, originated there. This article seeks to establish the setting of Athens and all it represents. IV. 1. Classical Athens set the stage for revolutionary change; a new form of government; that of democracy. The central market place; the Angora, was the place where, “philosophy and gossip were retailed along with olive oil.” (Fleishman 76) Without this growth and exchange we, as a nation, would most likely not be where we are today. The society upon which we base our rules and fundamentals on today are founded on the elements of the Athenian self- government. Our Declaration of Independence, Construction, and Bill of rights
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