Revolution Concepts Map

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1. Second Continental Congress

2. Boston Masscure

3. Enlightment

3.1. Thomas Hobbes

3.1.1. Philophser

3.1.2. Socail Contract

3.2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

3.2.1. Social Contract

3.3. Baron De Montesquieu

3.3.1. Political Power

3.3.2. Executitive

3.3.3. Legislative

3.3.4. Judicial

3.3.5. Checks and Balances

3.4. John Locke

3.5. Voltaire

3.5.1. Freedom of Speech

4. American Self-Governmet

4.1. Mayflower Compact

4.1.1. First Governing Document

4.2. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

4.3. House of Burgess

4.3.1. First Legslative Assembly

4.4. Albany Plan of Union

4.5. Articles of Confederation

4.6. Virgina Declaration of Rights

4.7. The Land or Ordiance

4.8. Virginias statute for religious freedom

4.9. Fedralists Papers

4.10. BIll of Rights

5. Challenging Authority

5.1. The First Great Awakening

5.2. The Glorious Revolution

6. British Taxiation

6.1. George Greenville

6.2. Vice-Admiraalty Court in Halifax

6.3. Stamp Act

7. American Responses

7.1. Stamp Act Congress

7.1.1. Newspapers

7.1.2. Legal and Commerical documents

7.1.3. You had to put a stamp on all legal documents and stuff

7.2. Sons of Liberty

7.2.1. John Adams was part of the sons of liberty

7.3. Boston Tea Party

7.4. Declaration of Rights and Grievances

7.5. Non-importation Agreements

7.6. Revenue Acts

7.7. Continental Association

7.8. Committees of Correspondence

7.9. Gaspee Affair

7.10. Olive Branch Petition

7.11. Suffolk Resolves

7.12. Three Fifths Compromise

7.13. Shay's Rebelllion

8. British Polocies

8.1. Mercantalism

8.1.1. Export/Import

8.2. French and Indian War

8.2.1. Seven Years War

8.3. Proclamation of 1793

8.3.1. Proclamation Line of 1763

8.4. Declatory Act

8.5. Townshed Act

8.5.1. Charles Townshed

8.6. Writs of Assistance

8.6.1. Sheriff

8.6.2. Taxcollector

8.6.3. Clerk

8.7. Quartering Act

8.7.1. Two Acts of British Parliament

8.8. Tea Act

8.8.1. "Powder Keg"

8.9. Coercive/Intolerable Acts

8.10. Currency Act

8.10.1. British merchants

9. Revolutionary Events

9.1. Siege of Boston

9.2. First Continental Congress

9.3. Battles of Lexington and Concord

9.4. Common Sense

9.5. Declaration of Independence

10. Signed the Declararion of Independence and favored ratification of the Constitution.

10.1. John Adams

10.1.1. Had the idea to come up with a declaration.

10.2. Benjamin Frankin

10.2.1. Signed the declaration of indendence

11. Founding Fathers

11.1. Geroge Washington

11.2. Alexander Hamilton

11.3. Roger Sherman

12. Former Presidents

12.1. James Madison: Was the fourth president of the United States

12.2. Geroge Washington: Was the first president of the United States

13. Slavery and Representation

13.1. Three Fifiths Compromise

13.2. House of representatives

13.3. The senate

13.4. Representation

13.4.1. Democracy

13.5. Slavery

13.6. Census

13.6.1. Slave representation

14. Representation in Congress

14.1. New Jersey Plan

14.2. Virginia Plan

15. Ratification of the Constitution

15.1. Democratic-Republicans: They didn't want the Constitution

15.2. Federalists: wanted the Constitution

15.3. Popular Soverginty

15.4. Antifederalist: Feared a loss of liberties and distrused the absecence of the BIll of RIghts

15.5. Constitution of the United States

15.6. Ratification

15.7. Federalism

16. Consitutional convention

16.1. Conneticuit Plan

16.1.1. Also known as the Great Compromise

16.2. Three Fifths Compromise

16.3. President

16.3.1. Democracy

16.4. Slave Trade

16.5. Ratification

17. Representative Government

17.1. Popular Soverginty

17.2. Limited Government

17.3. Seperation of Powers

17.4. Fedrralism

17.5. Checks and Balances

17.6. Representative Government