Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World

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REVOLUTIONS AND  NATIONAL STATES IN THE  ATLANTIC WORLD Chapter 29
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EUROPE IN THE 18 TH  CENTURY:  BACKGROUND TO REVOLUTION   Paradigm Shifts  Population growth  Agricultural Revolution  Class Divisions  Global War
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BRITISH IN NORTH AMERICA Salutary neglect Hanoverian Dynasty Impact of the 7 Years War King George III Stamp Act of 1765 De facto democracy King George III
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AMERICAN REVOLUTION Enlightenment thinking  John Locke:  All people are created equal and  independent Property proceeds government Revolution is not only right, but in  some cases necessary John Locke
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ENLIGHTENED DESPOTISM /  ABSOLUTISM Natural Rights Reform from Above Fredrick the Great (Frederick II,  Prussia) Joseph II (Austria)
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FRENCH REVOLUTION  The American example Successful overthrow of “tyranny” Enlightenment ideas Locke  Outdated social order Nobility  Middle class  Peasantry  Decline of monarchy’s absolute power
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Unformatted text preview: He is unpopular The nobility has regained power FRENCH REVOLUTION Meeting of the Estates General 1789 First Estate Clergy Second Estate Nobility Third Estate Everyone else Each estate only gets one vote FRENCH REVOLUTION National Assembly 1789 Tennis Court Oath Storming of the Bastille July 14, 1789 Womens March on Versailles Reforms Declaration of Rights of Man & of the Citizen The Bastille FRENCH REVOLUTION The Radical Republic National Convention Committee on Public Safety Jacobins Maximillen Robespierre The Reign of Terror Directory Robespierre NAPOLEON BONAPART First Consul Napoleonic Code 1804 Nationalism Failed Campaigns Great Britain The Continental System Russia Congress of Vienna Waterloo...
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