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ch. 18-22 Study Guide - AP World History Unit 6 Age of...

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AP World History Unit 6 Age of Enlightenment and Absolutism (Stearns 18, 20, 21, 22) Tudors-Stuarts, European Absolutism, 30 Years War, Enlightenment, Rise of Russia, Gunpowder Empires, Ming to Manchu, Japanese Isolationism, European impact on Africa 1450-1750 (emphasis on 1550 – 1750) 1. Who is the English monarch who must compromise with Parliament? 2. Which English ruler establishes the commonwealth? 3. What is the family name of the monarchs who succeed the Stuarts? 4. Which Stuart is executed and what is the legal reason given for his execution? 5. What is meant by tabula rasa? 6. Who is the father of liberalism? 7. Who is the father of conservativism? 8. Explain the basic differences in their ideas. 9. What is the name of the new church created in England? 10. Who is the Spanish leader who sent an Armada against England in 1588 and what is the result for Spain following his defeat? 642 11. What is the result of the religious struggles in the Dutch provinces? 642 12. What is the most destructive European conflict before WWI called? 642 13. What are the long term political effects for central Europe and the Germanic principalities? 14. What is considered to be the most important consequence the treaty that settled this conflict,( the Treaty of Westphalia or the Peace of Westphalia) in the development of countries in Europe? 650 15. What are the reasons for the failure of Charles V to build a centralized, sovereign state in the Holy Roman Empire? 645 16. How did England evolve into a constitutional monarchy? 647 17. Who is considered to be the architect of absolutism and why? 649 18. What individual associated with the phrase “l'état, c'est moi”? What is his nickname? 649 19. List the policies that contributed to the absolutism by Louis XIV? 649 20. Explain the term “balance of power,” which was the principal foundation of European diplomacy in early modern Europe. 652 21. What is the name of the bureaucrats created by Louis IX and expanded by Richilieu? From Stearns 22. What were the typical characteristics of a monarchy ruled by an absolute monarch?372 23. Which state stood apart from the trend toward absolute monarchy in the seventeenth century and retained a parliamentary regime? 372 24. Give the principles of the Enlightenment. 376 25. Explain Adam Smith's economic theory. 376
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26. What is the relationship of the scientific revolution to the Enlightenment? 376 27. How did the Enlightenment effect changes in popular outlook? 376-380 28. What monarch is associated with the establishment of enlightened despotism in Prussia in the middle of the eighteenth century? 376 29. How does the treatment of children change during the Enlightenment?377 30. How did agriculture change in the late 17th century? 379 31. How did Ivan IV, called Ivan the Terrible, try to confirm tsarist autocracy?406 32. Who were the Cossacks? 407 33. What was the nature of early Russian expansion under the Ivans? 406-408 Why did the Russian expansion policy focus
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ch. 18-22 Study Guide - AP World History Unit 6 Age of...

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