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Democratic Reforms
100
Philosopher who thought people were "selfish and wicked" and therefore supported a monarchy style of government.
What is Thomas Hobbes?
100
Form of democracy where citizens vote for representatives
What is indirect democracy?
100
Basic rights for citizens in 1689 was a document called______________.
What is the English Bill of Rights?
100
The early Greek city-state, consisting of a city or town and was considered the birthplace of democracy.
What is Athens?
100
The idea that a government must have permission or consent of the people is called ____________?
What is Social Contract?
200
This philosopher came up with "natural rights" and thought people were naturally "fair and reasonable"
Who is John Locke?
200
In Rome, government by the people was called_______________.
What is a Republic?
200

What year did the American Revolution take place?

What is 1776.

200
The people participate in government decision making through mass meetings, where they vote on major issues.
What is a direct democracy?
200
This person used sarcasm and humor to promote religious freedom and liberties.
Who is Voltaire?
300

This philosopher was sentenced to death by his own government for supposedly "corrupting the youth" by teaching them about philosohpy

Who is Socrates?

300

In Rome, an early form of parliament or congress was called ___________________.

What is the Roman Senate.

300

Land ownership by the king, citizens pay high taxes in exchange for very little rights or liberties. (Hint: NOT democratic)

What is monarchy or feudalism?

300

This person wrote the American Declaration of Independence and was heavily influenced by John Locke. 

Who was Thomas Jefferson.

300
"Life, Liberty and Property" according to John Locke, are a person's ______________.
What are natural rights?
400
This Greek philosopher thought the government should be made of "philosopher-kings" and also wrote a book call "Republic"
Who is Plato?
400

___________democracy is when citizens vote for a person or group to carry out their values and opinions.

What is Representative Democracy?

400

What grievances did the American colonists have against the King of Britain (King George) that directly led to the American Revolutionary War?

What is no representation, too many taxes, unfair treatment during the French and Indian War.

400

Two contributons of Greece were ____________&_____________.

What is democracy and philosophy?

400
Government of 3-5 wealthy or elite is called ___________.
What is Aristocracy?
500
This philosopher came up the idea of "separation of powers" and wrote a book called "Spirit of the Law"
Who is Baron De Monstesqeiu?
500

This philosopher was the last of the 3 famous Greek philosophers and wrote a book titled "Politics".

Who is Aristotle.

500
Document that made the king accountable to the law in 1215?
What is Magna Carta?
500
Greek philosopher who wrote "Politics"
Who was Aristotle?
500

This British philosopher thought people were naturally wicked and evil and therefore should be controlled by a strong and authoritative government.

Who is Thomas Hobbes?

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