World History- semester 1 study guide

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  1. the ancient rome republic and the united states ashare the ideas of establishing _______ government.
  2. the ________ tradition, in regards to political thought, is most concerned with laws and the overall structure of government.
  3. in english history, the magna carta (1215), the petition of rights (1628), and the bill of rights (1689) all reinforced the concept of a _______ .
    limited monarchy
  4. the foundation for a constitutional monarchy in england was laid by the _______.
    glorious revolution
  5. ______ is a government where citezens elect leaders who make government decisions.
  6. _____ states that all government power comes from the people.
    Popular Soverienty
  7. ______ is the author of the united states' constitution.
    james madison
  8. when a country's constitution requires branches of government to remain independent of each other, it is adhearing to the consttutional principle of ________.
    seperation of powers
  9. ________ believed in the "general will" of the people. this was due to his belief that people were basically good.
  10. _______ was inspired by the ideas of the tamerican revolution and the enlightenment t lead the liberation of much of sounth america from spain.
    Simon Bolivar
  11. both the american and french revolution favored ________ governments.
  12. Creating a lasting peace, restoring a balance of power, and protesting the monarchies of europe were all goals of the __________.
    congress of vienna.
  13. by ensuring a ________ between nations the congress of vienna and the concert of eurpoe suppressed nationalism between 1815-1848.
    balance of power
  14. ________ economics argues that the natural laws of supply and demand should be allowed to operate without government interference.
    laissez faire
  15. to increase production output during the _____ buisness primarily invested in machinery.
    industrial revolution
  16. socialists believed the _______ ought to be controlled by the people as a whole.
    means of production
  17. at the end of the 1800s colonies were generally seen as a sign of a counties relative _____
  18. in the 1500s _____ lands extended from western africa to southern asia.
  19. industiraliazation allowed ______ to expand resources on military and coloial expansion.
  20. in 1900, anti-foreign sentiment in china led to an uprising known as the _______
    boxer rebellion
  21. the letter that _______ carried to japan demanded japan to open their ports for trade.
    Matthew perry
  22. the _______ stated that no european countries can colonize in americas anymore
    monreo docterine
  23. the sepoy rebellion in india and the boxer rebellion in china was responses to european _________
  24. the government of great britain built railroads, schools, and irrigation systems in colonial india primarily to strengthen its political and economic control in _____
  25. europeans used _____ to govern their colonies in which they provided colonial people basic needs but did not give them full rights
  26. in terms of political thought, the __________ tradition is most concerned with ethical living by the individual
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World History- semester 1 study guide
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World History semester study guide

World History- semester 1 study guide
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