h340 zinn 4-5

h340 zinn 4-5 - Lauren Grossel Vocabulary Tyranny The poor...

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Lauren Grossel Zinn chapters 4-5 Vocabulary Notes Tyranny The poor Boston Stamp act of 1765 Taxable wealth Sons of Liberty Rebellion/uprisings Declaration of Independence Taxes Justice Wealth Religion Rights Social Classes Constitutions Women Land-owning men -By 1760 there were 18 rebellions against the government as well as 6 by black rebels. With cooperation of the elite US members the Americans tried to break away from England. -Proclamation of 1763 stated that Indians must moves to west of the Appalachian Mountains away from the white population so there is no more killings. -NYC’s population went from 7000 in 1720 to 25000 in 1760 leading to a very large lower class. -James Otis and Samuel Adams organized the Boston Caucus that included everyone just not the rich in taking a survey of laws. The elite was trying to attract all the classes. -1763 Boston Gazette: “ A few persons in power for keeping the people poor in order to make them humble” (61) -In Philadelphia the lower middle class grew to the point where it got attention
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EDUC-H 340 taught by Professor Foltz during the Spring '07 term at Indiana.

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h340 zinn 4-5 - Lauren Grossel Vocabulary Tyranny The poor...

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