The American Revolution

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The American Revolution by Mind Map: The American Revolution

1. American Self Government

1.1. Mayflower Contract

1.2. Fundamental Order of Connecticut

1.3. House of Burgess

1.4. Albany Plan of Union

1.5. The Northwest Ordinance

1.6. The Land Ordinance of 1865

1.7. New States

2. Challenging Authority

2.1. The First Great Awakening

2.2. The Glorious Revolution

2.2.1. No casualties

2.3. Freedom

3. Rule of Law

3.1. Magna Carta

3.2. English Bill of Rights

3.3. Statuary Neglect

4. British Taxation

4.1. George Grenville

4.2. Vice-Admiralty Court in Halifax

4.3. Stamp Act

4.4. Sugar Act

5. American Responses

5.1. Stamp Act Congress

5.1.1. Declaration of Rights and Grievances

5.2. Sons of Liberty

5.2.1. Boston Tea Party

5.2.2. Non-importation Agreements

5.3. Revenue Act

5.4. The First Contiental Congress

5.4.1. The Continental Association

5.4.2. The Land Ordinance

5.5. Committees of Correspondence

5.6. Gaspee Affair

5.7. The Second Continental Congress

5.7.1. The Olive Branch Petition

5.8. Suffolk Resolves

6. British Policies

6.1. Mercantilism

6.2. Wars/Battles

6.2.1. French and Indian War

6.2.1.1. Declaratory Act

6.2.1.1.1. Townshend Acts

6.2.1.2. Stamp Act

6.2.1.3. Tea Act

6.2.2. Intolerable Acts

6.2.2.1. Quartering Act

6.2.2.2. Boston Port Act

6.2.2.3. Administration of Justice Act

6.2.2.4. Quebec Act

6.2.2.5. Currency Act

6.3. Proclamation of 1763

7. Revolutionary Events

7.1. Boston Massacre

7.2. Siege of Boston

7.3. First Continental Congress

7.3.1. Second Continental Congress

7.4. Battles of Lexington and Concord

7.5. Common Sense

7.6. Declaration of Independence

8. Important People

8.1. The Enlightenment

8.1.1. Thomas Hobbes

8.1.1.1. Social Contract

8.1.2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

8.1.3. Baron de Montesquieu

8.1.3.1. Checks and Balances

8.1.4. Voltaire

8.1.4.1. Freedom of Speech

8.1.5. John Locke

8.1.5.1. Natural Rights

8.1.5.1.1. Life

8.1.5.1.2. Liberty

8.1.5.1.3. Property

8.2. Presidents

8.2.1. George Washington

8.2.2. John Adams

8.2.3. James Madison

8.3. Founding Fathers

8.3.1. Alexander Hamilton

8.3.2. Roger Sherman

9. U.S. Government

9.1. The Great Compromise

9.1.1. Bicameral Legislature

9.1.1.1. Senate

9.1.1.2. House of Representatives

9.1.2. The New Jersey Plan

9.1.2.1. Little States

9.1.2.2. Equal Representation

9.1.2.2.1. 3/5's Compromise

9.2. The Virginia Plan

9.2.1. Big States

9.2.2. Representation by population

9.2.2.1. Census

9.3. Speration of Powers

9.3.1. Judicial Branch

9.3.2. Executive Branch

9.3.2.1. President

9.4. Legislative Branch

10. Constitutional Convention

10.1. The Articles of Confederation

10.1.1. Anti-Federalists

10.1.1.1. Weak Central Government

10.1.1.2. Strong States

10.1.2. Shays Rebellion

10.2. Ratification of the U.S Constitution

10.2.1. Popular Sovereignty

10.2.1.1. The people's choices

10.2.1.2. Mobocracy

10.3. Federalist

10.3.1. Stron Central Government

10.3.2. Federalist Papers

10.3.2.1. John Jay