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Chapter 3(4310) - Study Guide Chapter 3 Virginia 1763-1815 I Virginia Society 1 How were the early settlers in Virginia different from those of New

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Study Guide. Chapter 3 Virginia, 1763-1815 I. Virginia Society 1. How were the early settlers in Virginia different from those of New England and Pennsylvania? And how was society different? * toleration? education? 2. "Successful Virginians wanted to re-create English country gentry life." Explain II. George Washington 3. Discuss George Washington's mental world . ..main interests, view of independence and of revolution and of constitution. a. What were his 3 legacies as president? III. Alexander Hamilton 4. Alexander Hamilton, along with George Washington, was one of the first nationalists . Why were they? a. Was Jefferson? If so, why? 5. Hamilton based his governmental views on Hume's perceptions of human nature. Why was this view out of step at the end of the Revolution, and more acceptable in 1787? * Would liberals or conservatives agree with Hume? a. Terms/IDs: strict vs. loose construction: What are the implications of these re
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course POLS 4310 taught by Professor Green during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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Chapter 3(4310) - Study Guide Chapter 3 Virginia 1763-1815 I Virginia Society 1 How were the early settlers in Virginia different from those of New

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