The idea of the rule of law, in which the law is more powerful than anyone in society,
is essential in creating a limited government and a successful constitution.
Political theorist Judith Shklar stated, The phrase Rule of Law has become
Investors in and
13 September, 2013
Ch. 2 Transplantation and Borderlands
Masters and Slaves in the Caribbean
Africans outnumbered Europeans and whites feared revolts
There were at least seven major slave revolts on the islands,
APUSH 1 Block G
Chapter 7: The Jeffersonian Era
1. Agrarian Society to industrial:
- Screwed with Republican values because they wanted society of sturdy independent farmers,
free from cities; localism and simplicity propo
9 September, 2013
Ch. 2: Transplantations and Borderlands
Setting the Stage
The First Permanent English
Settlements in NA were mostly weak enterprises
People came to know America as middle ground were diff. ppl
11 September, 2013
Ch. 2 Transplantation and Borderlands
The Growth of England
First enduring settlement in New England- second in English America- resulted
from discontent of a congregation of Puritan Separatist
12 September, 2013
Ch.2 Transplantation and Borderlands
Carolina was carved in part from original Virginia Grant
Charles II awarded territory to 8 proprietors, already active in colonial affairs
9 August, 2013
Chapter One: The Meeting of Cultures
People that migrated over the Bering Strait 12,000 to 14,000 yrs. Ago discovered
America, maybe even earlier
Nomadic people came to hunt large animals, new developme
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Chapter 18: The Age of the City
Industrial Workers in the New Economy
A. Women and Children at Work
a. Most industrial workers were white and under the age of 25
b. Many child labor laws had little effect on factories and
U.S. History I Block C
1 April 2016
The Impact of the Railroad on the American Economy
Over the course of the nineteenth century, the invention of the railroad caused the United
States to undergo massive expansion. It helped t
U.S. History II Block B
28 December 2016
Conscientious Objectors in World War II DBQ
Following Japans attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, a majority of Americans
became supportive of the war effort to defeat the Axis P
U.S. History II Block B
2 November 2016
The United States Return To Isolationism
Amidst the European turmoil of World War I, in 1917, the United States abandoned its
isolationist foreign policies and entered the war in order t
Michael Lau and Jacob Herring
Richard Milhous Nixon
Ran against JFK in the 1960 presidential election.
Maintained the United States involvement in
Vietnam until he removed all ground troops.
Reduced tensions between the United States and
Able to take
De La Warr
France and the
Louis Joliet and
In 1973, California spent $20 million to hold a special ballot to settle a single issue.
The economic costs of having to frequently decide issues through referendum are
In direct democracy uninformed citizens have undue influence on policy- th
Nations such as the United States have taken portions of the charter and directly placed
them into their own constitutions.
The U.S. Constitution contains several aspects of the Magna Carta such as the due
Also the concept of no taxatio
This invasion is portrayed inaccurately because only conventional weapons were used,
while nuclear weapons would really have been used in an invasion like this.
However, a war story about nuclear weapons destroying the world would only last a few
Additionally, in the Iron Giant, there is a short clip of a drill called Duck and Cover.
The video animation shown is again much exaggerated and completely far-fetched;
however the concept behind it is entirely true.
During the Cold War, like the fire-dri
James Madison says in Federalist 10: A common passion or interest will be felt by a
majority, and there is nothing to check the inducements to sacrifice the weaker party.
For this purpose, the Guarantee Clause (Article IV Section 4 of Constitution) state
The Magna Carta established several principles of which one of them contained the rule
of the law.
The Great Charter, as it was also known, was an agreement between the barons and
King John, and so according to it, even the monarch had to abide by and res
The rule of law, also called the supremacy of the law, is a principle stating
that established laws must be followed by everyone in society, including the leaders who
make and enforce those laws.
The rule of law results in a limited government, which is a
Scene 1 time machine:
A: Hellois anyone there?
B: Yeah are you here for the Flux Capacitor Adventure?
A: Yeah I was told to be here at 6 A.M. see, I even got a shirt for the occasion. So how
come I am the only person here?
B: Well, youre a little early, i
WWII History Video Script
[A is reading his book
A: Man life sucks, no matter how much I study for Mr. Martinezs history tests and
quizzes I always end up failing. I might as well watch TV instead of studying; Ill sti
AP US History
26 August 2016
The arrival of Christopher Columbus in the New World was interpreted differently by
many historians. Some thought of Columbus arrival as a gift to humanity, bringing new food
Chapter 1: The collision of cultures
The discovery of the Americas
There were people living in the Americas before Christopher Columbus got there. They
had their own cultures and ideas.
Interactions between natives and Europeans led to an e
Katie Quinn, Lilly Schickedanz, Erin Splaine, and Gayatri Gupta-Casale
AP US History 1
7 October 2016
Who deserves the Ohio Valley- natives
better farming techniques
Constantly oppressed, deserve land
Population dying out; need a safe haven
Oct 9 2016
Who Deserves the Ohio River Valley?
I believe the colonists deserve to inhabit the Ohio River Valley because of the reasons
proposed during their presentation, such as the fact that the colonists have made successf
Some Key Legislation in American History
Describe the historical background leading to legislation?
State the key elements of the legislation?
Assess the impact of the legislation on American history?
Alien & Sedition Act
- FEDERALISTS GOT COCKY