02-3-06 Hist105

02-3-06 Hist105 - Quiz next Friday Ten specific questions...

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Quiz next Friday Ten specific questions on the Constitution Beginning (preamble) through the bill of rights (tenth amendment) Roles/duties of each branch of government; qualifications for serving in each branch Article 1, section8 First, fifth amendments My “Arnold Schwarzenegger” question 2/3 notes Remember the Importance of British Caribbean Mercantilism -Englishmen came to believe that the possession of colonies in America would enhance the nation’s wealth and security. -Colonies provide raw materials to produce manufactured products. This would reduce the dependence on foreign (hostile) countries for necessities. -manufactured goods returned to the colonial markets where they are purchased. This helps the colonies as well as the “home” producers. -England would become more self-reliant. Growth of Mercantilist Thought -Mercantilism: a shared perception among those who controlled northern and western Europe from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century that foreign trade could be made to serve the interests of the government and the “mother” country.
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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02-3-06 Hist105 - Quiz next Friday Ten specific questions...

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