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8. How was an African-American collective identity created in the years and what role did slave rebellions play in that process?
__________________________________________________________________________ KEY TERMS: 1. P.131 Atlantic slave trade a. The systematic importation of African slaves from their native continent across the Atlantic Ocean to the New World, largely fueled by rising demand for sugar, rice, coffee, and tobacco. 2. P.134 Middle Passage a. Route used to transport African slaves across the Atlantic; such voyages had a high death rate. 3. P.143 Runaways a. Escaped slaves; they were often identified by their distinct African ethnic identities. 4. P.144 Stono Rebellion a. A slave uprising in 1739 in South Carolina that led to a severe tightening of the slave code and the temporary imposition of a prohibitive tax on imported slaves. 5. P.147 republicanism a. Political theory in eighteenth-century England and America that celebrated active participation in public life by economically independent citizens as central to freedom 6. P.148 virtue a. Defined in the eighteenth century not simply as a personal moral quality but as the willingness to subordinate self-interest to the pursuit of the public good. 7. P.148 Liberalism a. Originally, political philosophy that emphasized the protection of liberty by limiting the power of government to interfere with the natural rights of citizens; in the twentieth century, belief in an activist government promoting greater social and economic equality. 8. P.151 "deference"
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a. The assumption among ordinary people that wealth, education, and social prominence carried a right to public office. 9. P.151 "salutary neglect" a. The British government's policy of leaving the colonies to largely govern themselves during the first half of the eighteenth century. 10. P.154 freedom of speech a. Originating in Britain during the sixteenth century, the phrase referred to the ability of members of Parliament to express their views without fear of reprisal, on the grounds that only in this way could they effectively represent the people? 11. P.155 freedom of the press a. Regarded as dangerous by governments on both sides of the Atlantic, freedom of press in colonial America was most frequently discouraged by elected assemblies, while newspapers often defended it as a central component to liberty. 12. P.156 American Enlightenment a. Revolution in thought in the eighteenth century that emphasized reason and science over the authority of traditional religion. 13. P.157 Deism a. Enlightenment thought applied to religion; emphasized reason, morality, and natural law. 14. P.157 Great Awakening a. Fervent religious revival movement in the 1720s through the 1740s that was spread throughout the colonies by ministers like New England Congregationalist Jonathan Edwards and English revivalist George Whitefield.

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