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The Revolutions (1776-1815) From Revolution for stability to revolution gone bad I. Recap: Enlightenment Ideals II. Seeds of the American Revolution III. The American Revolution IV. The American Republic V. Seeds of the French Revolution VI. The French Revolution: Phase 1 VII. The French Revolution: Phase 2 VIII.The French Revolution: Phase 3 IX. The Reign of Napoleon
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Welcome to Modern History Goodbye to Early Modern History Hello to the Modern Age
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Early Modern History Movement of peoples Attempted Empires Global exchange Doubling of world population
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Modern History Political Revolutions Industrialization Domination of world society by Western powers
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The Revolutions: A Cornerstone of Western Liberalism Pay attention this week! Previous cornerstones of western liberalism: Capitalism (economy) Enlightenment (philosophy)
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From Enlightenment Ideals to Revolution Popular Sovereignty John Locke Individual Freedom Voltaire Equality Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) The Social Contract “The General Will”
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Seeds of the American Revolution
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