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KeyTerms - State-Building in Early Modern Europe:...

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State-Building in Early Modern Europe: Absolutism and Constitutionalism absolutism – all power and sovereignty rests in one individual; still needed the support of the nobles – not the same as totalitarian; justified by divine right and natural law theory constitutionalism – government by a set of laws or rules that people follow and respect; power is shared among people who together can still constitute a very centralized government – they are not dependent on each other for their power centralization – move away from feudalism; bureaucracy Thomas Hobbes John Locke social contract theory Cardinal Richelieu, Louis XIV, and intendants Parliament and The Tudor Kings (all four!) The Bill of Rights and Glorious Revolution Great Power Politics, War and Diplomacy 1648-1763 Peace of Westphalia raison d’état Balance of Power War of Spanish Succession Treaty of Utrecht Frederick William I Frederick II The Pragmatic Sanction Maria Theresa War of Austrian Succession The Diplomatic Revolution of 1756
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