Lecture 10 - Lecture#10:Government Economy,andSocietyin18th...

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Lecture #10: Government,  Economy, and Society in 18 th - Century America, continued Explosive Growth  and Its Problems
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ID. From New Netherlands  to New York
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The Middle Colonies: A Modern Map
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IE. William Penn’s  Quaker Experiment
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IF. Colonial Identity =  Colonial Degeneracy
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II. Remaking Government in  British America
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IIA. The “Glorious Revolution” of  1688:Remaking British Government King James II King William III
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Key Elements of the Glorious  Revolution Limited Monarchy and Protestant Succession Regular Parliaments Bill of Rights Limited Religious Toleration Rule by “King-in-Parliament” Ascendancy of the Whig Party + The Act of Union, 1707, Creating “Great Britain”
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IIB. The Colonies and the Glorious  Revolution James’s Assault on  Colonial Charters Rebellions in Several  Colonies Restoration and  Reorganization of  Colonial Charters Colonial Ambiguity:  Crown or Parliament?
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IIC. The Structure of Colonial 
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Lecture 10 - Lecture#10:Government Economy,andSocietyin18th...

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