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Origins of American Government

U.S. Government Chapter 2Slide2

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political HeritageSlide3

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government Slide4

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Magna

CartaSlide5

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Petition of RightSlide6

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Petition of Right

English Bill of RightsSlide7

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Petition of Right

English Bill of Rights

Representative GovernmentSlide8

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Petition of Right

English Bill of Rights

Representative Government

House of Commons and House of LordsSlide9

Section 1: The Colonial Period

English Political Heritage

Limited Government

Petition of Right

English Bill of Rights

Representative Government

New Ideas about Liberty

Two Treatise on Government by John LockeSlide10

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial GovernmentsSlide11

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written ConstitutionsSlide12

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

The Mayflower CompactSlide13

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

The Mayflower Compact 1620

General Fundamentals 1629Slide14

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

The Mayflower Compact 1620

General Fundamentals 1629

Fundamental Orders of Connecticut 1639Slide15

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

Colonial Legislatures

The Virginia House of Burgesses 1619Slide16

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

Colonial Legislatures

Separation of PowersSlide17

Section 1: The Colonial Period

Colonial Governments

Written Constitutions

Colonial Legislatures

Separation of Powers

Charles-Louis Montesquieu The Spirit of LawsSlide18

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-RuleSlide19

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens ControlSlide20

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

French and Indian War DebtSlide21

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the ColoniesSlide22

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the Colonies

Stamp Act of 1765Slide23

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the Colonies

Stamp Act of 1765

TariffsSlide24

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the Colonies

Stamp Act of 1765

Tariffs

RevenueSlide25

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the Colonies

Stamp Act of 1765

Tariffs

Revenue

Boston Tea Party 1773 Slide26

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Self-Rule

Britain Tightens Control

Taxing the Colonies

Stamp Act of 1765

Tariffs

Revenue

Boston Tea Party 1773

C

oercive Acts/ Intolerable ActsSlide27

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial UnitySlide28

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Albany Plan of Union 1754Slide29

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking ActionSlide30

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

Stamp Act Congress 1765Slide31

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

Stamp Act Congress 1765

Committees of CorrespondenceSlide32

Section 2: Uniting for IndependenceSlide33

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress Slide34

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Philadelphia September 5, 1774 Slide35

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Philadelphia September 5, 1774

EmbargoSlide36

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Philadelphia September 5, 1774

Embargo

“Shot heard round the world”

Lexington and Concord, MA April 19, 1775Slide37

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental CongressSlide38

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental Congress

Assumed Powers of Central GovernmentSlide39

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental Congress

Assumed Powers of Central Government

Appointed John Hancock presidentSlide40

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental Congress

Assumed Powers of Central Government

Appointed John Hancock president

Organized Army and NavySlide41

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental Congress

Assumed Powers of Central Government

Appointed John Hancock president

Organized Army and Navy

Put George Washington in charge of militarySlide42

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Colonial Unity

Taking Action

First Continental Congress

Second Continental Congress

Assumed Powers of Central Government

Appointed John Hancock president

Organized Army and Navy

Put George Washington in charge of military

Operated the country during the RevolutionSlide43

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Thomas Paine – Common SenseSlide44

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Thomas Paine – Common Sense

Richard Henry Lee - 1776Slide45

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas Jefferson

Approved on July 4, 1776

John Hancock first to signSlide46

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas JeffersonSlide47

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas Jefferson

Approved on July 4, 1776Slide48

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas Jefferson

Approved on July 4, 1776

John Hancock first to signSlide49

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas Jefferson

Approved on July 4, 1776

John Hancock first to sign

Used to justify the revolutionSlide50

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

Written by Thomas Jefferson

Approved on July 4, 1776

John Hancock first to sign

Used to justify the revolution

Groundbreaking for establishing government based on human rights and consent of the governedSlide51

Section 2: Uniting for Independence

Independence

Declaration of Independence

First State Constitutions

States allowed to design their own government

All saw people as the sole source of authority

Shom More....
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