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Many European monarchs of the 1600s maintained that they should have absolute power to rule because they had been given their power to govern from God. This theory justifying a monarch’s rule by God’s authority is called the theory of
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Date: Block: Chapter 4: America’s Political Heritage Articles of Confederation WeaknessesDate: Block: Chapter 4: America’s Political Heritage Articles of Confederation Weaknesses
Congress had trouble passing laws because a vote of nine states needed to pass a law. There was no government department or official to see that laws were enforced. There were no national courts to judge lawbreakers
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Unit 4 – Sectionalism, Civil War, & Reconstruction Comparison of the nation’s different regions: North, South, & WestUnit 4 – Sectionalism, Civil War, & Reconstruction Comparison of the nation’s different regions: North, South, & West
Prior to 1850, what was a main reason the North developed an economy increasingly based on manufacturing while the South continued to rely on an economy based on agriculture?
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Cleopatra VII worksheet ACleopatra VII worksheet A
Cleopatra VII, and his son, Ptolemy XIII. Cleopatra was the third in a family of six. She had two older sisters, Cleopatra VI (who died when she was a child), and Berenice IV
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Unit 2 Test Bank – The Constitutional ConventionUnit 2 Test Bank – The Constitutional Convention
Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 adopted the Great Compromise to settle differences over
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Mrs. Small/Mr. O’Donnell American Literature- academicMrs. Small/Mr. O’Donnell American Literature- academic
Directions: Below is a list of basic American Transcendentalist beliefs. Read each of the statements below and star those that you personally agree with
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Name: Period: RowName: Period: Row
In English history, the Magna Carta (1215), the Petition of Rights (1628), and the Bill of Rights (1689) all reinforced the concept of
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Civics Assessments 1 Identify roles citizens play in civic and private life, with emphasis on leadershipCivics Assessments 1 Identify roles citizens play in civic and private life, with emphasis on leadership
Explain and provide examples of the concepts “power,” “legitimacy,” “authority,” and “sovereignty.”
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The kkk in the 1920SThe kkk in the 1920S
Task: How much do you know about the kkk currently? Mark on the scale from 1-10
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Novel Study: Lakota Woman Quarter One Overall ObjectivesNovel Study: Lakota Woman Quarter One Overall Objectives
The students will read and understand grade-appropriate or higher text written and/or generated by Indigenous Peoples
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Chapter 13 & 14 Regents QuestionsChapter 13 & 14 Regents Questions
In English history, the Magna Carta (1215), the Petition of Rights (1628), and the Bill of Rights (1689) all reinforced the concept of
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