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European alliance against him and impoverished the peasantry of France. When Louis died in 1715 the French nobility was able to reassert some autonomy against his successors, but the systems of state control, justice
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Section One: Renewed Religious StruggleSection One: Renewed Religious Struggle
First half of the sixteenth century saw religious conflict confined to central Europe as Lutherans and Zwinglians attempted to secure freedoms and rights for themselves
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Unit #1 – renaissance key vocab 1 – Late Middle AgesUnit #1 – renaissance key vocab 1 – Late Middle Ages
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Vocabulary for superquiz #3 unit #1 – renaissance key vocab 1 – Late Middle AgesVocabulary for superquiz #3 unit #1 – renaissance key vocab 1 – Late Middle Ages
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Mexico, central america, and the caribbeanMexico, central america, and the caribbean
Relationships among the following issues will also be part of the course’s inquiry: racial and ethnic identities, economic development, political structures, revolutionary upheavals, and class organization
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Beer bowl III: bauhaus of painBeer bowl III: bauhaus of pain
Questions by Valencia Community College (Adam, Amy, Taz, Angelina, and Jamie) with additions by Rob Fernandez and Steve Ohm
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Why did Spain\Why did Spain's New World Colonies Rebel and Declare Themselves Independent?
Tierra del Fuego, from the Caribbean to the Pacific. By 1825, it was all gone except for a handful of islands in the Caribbean. What happened? How could Spain's New World Empire fall apart so quickly and completely?
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Latin American Peoples Win Independence setting the stageLatin American Peoples Win Independence setting the stage
European colonies. In Latin America, most of the population resented1 the control of European countries. The time seemed right for the people who lived there to sweep away old colonial masters and gain control of the land
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Political Revolutions in Latin AmericaPolitical Revolutions in Latin America
Spain claimed most of Latin America. Portugal acquired Brazil. There they established colonies, from which they extracted resources that brought them great wealth
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