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Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part II

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Influence Of The Enlightenment 0:16
    • Influence On Politics
  • John Locke, 1632-1704 1:08
    • Absolute Monarchy
  • Locke's Revolutionary Ideas 3:04
    • Social Contract
    • State Of Nature
    • Government Protected Those Rights
    • Separation Of Church And State
    • Right To Life, Liberty, And Property
    • Tabula Rosa- Blank Slate
    • Basic Notion Of Liberalism
    • Breeding Counts
  • Enlightenment And Revolution 11:46
    • Declaration Of Independence
    • Self-Evident
    • All Men Created Equal
    • Unalienable Rights
    • Life, Liberty, And The Pursuit Of Happiness
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • Government Instituted
    • Consent Of The Governed
    • Right Of The People
    • French Revolution Take Place
    • Declaration Of The Rights Of Man, 1789
    • Rights Of Man
    • Natural, Unalienable, Sacred Rights
    • Men Are Born And Remain Free And Equal In Rights
    • General Good
    • Natural And Imprescriptible Rights Of Man
    • Liberty, Property, Security, And Resistance To Oppression
    • Law- General Will
    • Same For All
    • Equal In Eyes Of Law
    • Cases And According To Forms Prescribed By Law
    • Arbitrary Order
    • U.S. Bill Of Rights, Ratified 1791
    • 1st Amendment
    • 8th Amendment
    • 4th Amendment
    • James Madison
    • Esimon Bolivar's Jamaica Letter, 1815
  • Enlightenment And Social Change 29:02
    • Anti-Slavery
    • Ending Serfdom (Russia)
    • Universal Manhood Suffrage
    • Women's Rights
  • Main Concept 34:53
    • Natural Rights, Freedom Of Religion, Government, Science
    • Revolution In Politics And Social Order