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Sample Notes: World History, Week 7: A Revolutionary Age [Weekly Outline Provided on BB] I. Challenging the Tsar(ina): Pugachev’s Rebellion A. Catherine the Great B. Rebellion on the Volga Peter III “redeemer tsar” Cossacks, Tatars Pugachev II. “To Begin the World Anew”: The American Revolution A. The Great War For Empire 2. Paying for Victory: Britain’s American Problem B. Revolution 2. Resisting Tyranny/Restoring Rights: the American Revolutionaries Stamp Act Laws of nature Common Sense 3. The War for Independence Saratoga Yorktown Treaty of Paris (1783) C. Creating a Nation 1. Years of Tension 2. Defining Liberty: a Constitutional Republic I. A. Admired enlightenment publicly but believed strong monarch necessary for Russia Appointed regional governors loyal to her Allowed nobles considerable freedom 2 types of noble land: (1) demesne: noble’s land worked by peasants (2) land leased to
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HIST 1120 taught by Professor Grigg during the Spring '08 term at UNO.

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