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Enjoy! Let me know if you have anything to add, ill update as the night goes on!
Enjoy! Let me know if you have anything to add, ill update as the night goes on!

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Published by: lockhartliz on Mar 17, 2009
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Revolution Test Study Guide
The Enlightenment
The Revolutionary Period
The Age of Reason (Thomas Paine)
The Enlightenment- Self knowledge, Age of Reason, Revolutionary period, understanding human nature to improve human condition.
Was an explosion of many things happening
Author Piece Quotes Ideas TermsPatrick Henry
“Speech in the Virginia
Convention” (pg 89
“Give me liberty, or give me death!”
“There is no longer any room for hope”
 -War will come no matterwhat, it is time to embrace itand take it head on!-What is worth dying for?-Examine the past andrealize that Britain isabusing her powerBenjamin Franklin
“Remarks Concerning the
Savages of North
“Poor Richard’sAlmanac”
“Savages we call them, because their 
manners differ from ours, which wething the perfection of civility; they
think the same of theirs.”
See list of Aphorisms ex. “a pennyearned is a penny saved.”
 -Nature was governed bynatural laws.-developed a lot for thepublic good.-uses irony- "Speckled axe" - we can't beabsolutely perfect-Junto-group of youngbusiness men who workedtogether to improvethemselves.- Impartiality- without biasor prejudice-Oratory- the study of the artof speekingThomas Paine
“Common Sense”
“Age of Reason”
“These are times that try men’s souls”
“My own mind is my own church”
ime makes more converts than
 "The cause of America is in a greatmeaure the cause of all mankind"-Colonies need to rebelagainst British rule.-Separation of Church andState-We accept things the waythey are-Natural to have feelings-King & parliament haveabused their power.- Tumult-storm-Pronoun- a substitute for anoun. ex. he, she, it, they-Pronoun referent- word thatrefers back to the noun-Extirpate- to destroy- Aphorism- a short, wittystatement about life and/orprinciples

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