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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Challenges to Absolutism Global History and Geography I nameChallenges to Absolutism Global History and Geography I name
Parliament’s consent. As absolutism faded in England, a new king of monarchy developed. It was called constitutional monarchy and it differed from absolutism in that it limited the power of the monarch
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American jezebelAmerican jezebel
And you have maintained a meeting and an assembly in your house that hath been condemned by the general assembly as a thing not tolerable nor comely in the sight of God nor fitting for your sex.”
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Community and Culture: Reflections from Contemporary Resources ByCommunity and Culture: Reflections from Contemporary Resources By
Prepared for presentation at the Marianist University Meeting at the University of Dayton, Dayton, oh june 6-9, 2005
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Apeh exam review multiple choice questionsApeh exam review multiple choice questions
Note: The answers to today's questions will appear at the bottom of tomorrow's list of questions
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George Washington Biography U. S. President, GeneralGeorge Washington Biography U. S. President, General
George Washington was a leader of the Continental Army in the American Revolution
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GH2/Napp Do Now: Revolt on the Island of Saint-Domingue (present-day Haiti), 1791GH2/Napp Do Now: Revolt on the Island of Saint-Domingue (present-day Haiti), 1791
France to enfranchise [give rights to] free blacks, it triggered a violent revolt that involved changing alliances among free blacks and the large slave population
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Moses His JudicialsMoses His Judicials
Abstract of Laws," called by John Winthrop "Moses his Judicials." Although not itself formally adopted by Massachusetts Bay Colony
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The protectorate had frailties which it never overcameThe protectorate had frailties which it never overcame
By the end of his life, military obstruction to civilian and parliamentary rule had reduced his regime to paralysis, and had deepened the divisions between civilian and military aspirations that would soon bring down his successor and would destroy each of the
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