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Government Final slo review NameGovernment Final slo review Name
The following were concepts debated during ratification of the Constitution. Match the concept to the reasoning behind it
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The Citizen-SoldierThe Citizen-Soldier
In the later Middle Ages the militia was the whole body of "citizens, burgesses, free tenants, villeins [serfs] and others from 15 to 60 years of age" who were obliged by the law to be armed iii
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The Art of War, by Sun TzuThe Art of War, by Sun Tzu
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Emergence of modern europeEmergence of modern europe
Two Popes ruled simultaneously; one in Rome and the other in Avignon, which caused problems with the Catholic Church
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Spartacus Educational Classroom Activity The Battle of Hastings (Questions)Spartacus Educational Classroom Activity The Battle of Hastings (Questions)
Flanders to help. William also arranged for soldiers from Germany, Denmark and Italy to join his army. In exchange for their services, William promised them a share of the land and wealth of England
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James I was a believer in Divine Right and thought that the king should rule without the input of parliament. Relations between the Stuart monarchs and the English Parliament began to deteriorate under his reign and continued to get worse with
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God saves the *JewsGod saves the *Jews
An EasyEnglish Bible Version with Notes (1200 word vocabulary) on the Book of Esther
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The Politics, Religion and society occurrences from 1628-1690 IntroductionThe Politics, Religion and society occurrences from 1628-1690 Introduction
Charles I execution in 1649 and the abolishment of the monarchy. This Placed the country in the interregnum (between monarchs), and the Puritan, Oliver Cromwell ruled
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James II, as king tries to help the Roman this leads to suspicion and conflict with and opposition to hisJames II, as king tries to help the Roman this leads to suspicion and conflict with and opposition to his
Objectives: Explain how religious attitudes affected the rule of Charles II and James II
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Historical Interpretations: 1 How revolutionary were the ideals underpinning the Glorious Revolution of 1688–1701?Historical Interpretations: 1 How revolutionary were the ideals underpinning the Glorious Revolution of 1688–1701?
The sensible revolution of 1688-89 was a conservative revolution. It did not create damaging new rifts in the English nation, although it did sharpen and to some extent extend divisions in Scotland and Ireland
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Compare and contrast essayCompare and contrast essay
They may choose between two or three sub-themes or regions, but all students will write the same essays on relatively the same topic. One possible prompt would be
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British Culture & Society — tb system of Government Chapter 13 s ystem of GovernmentBritish Culture & Society — tb system of Government Chapter 13 s ystem of Government
Among many other things, local government in Britain today is responsible for implementing laws and organizing a wide range of legally regulated public services
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Chapter 18: The Age of Kings: 1519 – 1800 IChapter 18: The Age of Kings: 1519 – 1800 I
It was the political organization of the Middle Ages. Now you will learn about nationalism. As you watch nations develop, you will study many different kings and queens. Some thought that God gave them the right to rule
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Windows on the Past William claimed Harold Godwinson was hisWindows on the Past William claimed Harold Godwinson was his
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The Workers of FeudalismThe Workers of Feudalism
Middle Ages in Europe. Feudalism was no fairy tale, however. The feudal system relied on serf labor to survive. Serfs were peasants who were attached to the land and unable to travel freely. They provided labor in return for food, shelter
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