The American Revolution Map

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1. The Enlightenment

1.1. Thomas Hobbes

1.1.1. Leviathan

1.2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

1.2.1. The Social Contract

1.3. Baron de Montesquieu

1.4. Voltaire

1.5. Social Contract

1.6. Checks and Balances

1.6.1. The Executive Branch

1.6.2. The Legislative Branch

1.6.3. The Judicial Branch

1.7. Freedom of Speech

1.8. John Locke

1.9. Thomas Paine

2. American Self-Government

2.1. Mayflower Compact

2.2. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

2.3. House of Burgesses

2.4. Albany Plan of Union

2.5. Separation of Church and State

2.6. Separation of Powers

2.7. House of Representatives

2.8. Virginia Plan

2.9. New Jersey Plan

2.10. Connecticut Plan

2.11. States

2.12. President

2.13. Freedom

2.14. Bicameral Legislature

2.14.1. Republic

2.14.2. Democracy

2.14.2.1. Popular Soveriegnty

2.14.2.1.1. Mobocracy

3. Challenging Authority

3.1. The Glorious Revolution

3.2. The First Great Awakening

4. American Responses

4.1. Stamp Act Congress

4.2. Sons of Liberty

4.3. Declaration of Rights and Grievances

4.4. Non-importation Agreements

4.5. Continental Association

4.6. Committees of Correspondence

4.7. Gaspee Affair

4.8. Olive Branch Petition

4.9. Suffolk Resolves

4.10. Boston Tea Party

4.11. Revenue Act

5. British Policies

5.1. Mercantilism

5.2. French and Indian War

5.3. Proclamation of 1763

5.4. Declaratory Act

5.5. Townshend Acts

5.6. Writs of Assistance

5.7. Quartering Act

5.8. Tea Act

5.9. Coercive/Intolerable Acts

5.10. Currency Act

6. Rule of Law

6.1. Magna Carta

6.2. English Bill of Rights

6.3. Salutary Neglect

6.4. Parliament

7. British Taxation

7.1. George Grenville

7.2. Vice-Admiralty Court in Halifax

7.3. Stamp Act

7.4. Sugar Act

8. Revolutionary Events

8.1. United States Constitutional Convention

8.1.1. Three-fifths compromise

8.1.1.1. Slavery

8.1.2. Shay's Rebellion

8.1.3. James Madison

8.1.4. Articles of Confederation

8.2. Boston Massacre

8.3. Siege of Boston

8.4. First Continental Congress

8.4.1. The passage of Coercive Acts

8.5. Battles of Lexington and Concord

8.6. Second Continental Congress

8.6.1. Contenintal Army

8.6.1.1. George Washington

8.7. Common Sense

8.8. Declaration of Independence

8.8.1. Thomas Jefferson

8.8.2. John Adams

8.8.3. Benjamin Franklin

8.8.4. Roger Sherman

8.8.5. Robert R. Livingston

8.8.6. John Hancock