GOVT 3665 9_11_08_Noes

GOVT 3665 9_11_08_Noes - 1765 stamp act taxation without...

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1765 stamp act taxation without representation 4 years of revolutionary war york town=turning point french help us kill the brits 1776: Articles of confederation 1787: Constitution 1791: bill of rights 1789-1797 George Washington 1797-1801 John Adams TJ (K-L 109) References to Lockean rights Both Republicanism and Lockean Individualism caused the war. which is more important is a topic of debate Republicans thought that revolution cam e from greek and roman ideals of citizens running their own government. Tyranny of greece: Busts of washington and other founders, iconic statues, columns etc. .. Lockean liberalism dominated: (K-L 113-119) Proof: Opposition cited the Lockean ideals as the evil behind the revolution Anti-Revolutionary thought : Loyalists fled to canada and back to britain: 100,000 -greater % fled us then fled france during their revolution by 5x Boucher was an anglican priest who served in churches in VA and MD and preached against the rebellion. True Loyalist. He fled back to GB (K-L 113-119) Descibes locke as the evil motivation for war. Rebels are violating
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course GOVT 3665 taught by Professor Kramnick, i during the Fall '08 term at Cornell.

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