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Timeline Government and Economy

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Transcript of Timeline Government and Economy

Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Age of Enlightenment
Industrial Revolution
Modern
Ancient Civilizations
High Priest
Warrior
Farmer
Ancient Slave
Ancient King
Enlightenment bourgeoisie
Industrial era bourgeoisie
Merchant/Trader
Middle ages bourgeoisie
Ancient Slave
Ancient Slave
Farmer/Warrior
Sparta
Athens
Wealthy Farmer/Trader
Poor Farmer/Trader
Ancient Slave
Patrician
Plebeians
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Clergy
King
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Clergy
King
Peasant/serf
commoner
Noble
Absolute King
Wealth Status
Working Class
Middle Class
Capitalist
Upper Middle class
Middle class
Working class
Theocracy + Monarchy
Oligarchy
Democracy
Republic
Absolute Monarch
Constitutional Monarch
Constitutional Republic
Totalitarian (Dictator)
Ancient King
High Priest
Council of elder warriors
King
Army
Rich conservatives
Rich Liberals
Poor conservatives
Poor Liberals
Senate
Consul
Tribune
Patricians
Plebeians

Feudalism + Monarchy (Feudal system)
King
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Loyalty/ Homage
King
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Peasant/serf
Loyalty/ Homage

Feudalism + Monarchy (Feudal system)
Absolute King
People / Citizens
King
+
Citizens
Citizens
Popular sovereignty
Dictator
Citizens
Wealth =
Agriculture
and
Land

Wealth =
Gold
and
silver

Wealth =
Fiat Currency (dollars
)
Barter Trade
Manorial system
Slave Trade
mercantilism
Capitalism
Communism
Wall Street
Banks
Money
Money
Money
Products
Jobs
Consumer
Money
Money
investors
Money
an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market
a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state.
Economic system of the major trading nations during the 16th, 17th, and 18th cent., based on the premise that national wealth and power were best served by increasing exports and collecting precious metals in return. It was believed that national strength could be maximized by limiting imports via tariffs and maximizing exports. Precious metals, especially gold, were in universal demand as the ready means of obtaining other commodities; hence they tended to identify money with wealth. Manufacturing was forbidden in colonies, and all commerce between colony and mother country was held to be a monopoly of the mother country.
political, economic, and social system by which the peasants of medieval Europe were rendered dependent on their land and on their lord. Its basic unit was the manor, a self-sufficient landed estate, or fief, that was under the control of a lord who enjoyed a variety of rights over it and the peasants attached to it by means of serfdom.
At that time, the fief was a piece of property, usually land, that was held in return for service, which could include military duties. The fief holder swore fidelity to the person from whom the fief was held (the lord, dominus, or seigneur) and became his (or her) man. The ceremony in which the oath was taken was called homage (from the Latin, homo; “man”).
a form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few.2.a state or organization so ruled.3.the persons or class so ruling.
to trade by exchange of commodities rather than by the use of money.
A form of national government in which the power of the monarch (the king or queen) is restrained by a parliament, by law, or by custom.
the common people of a community as distinguished from any privileged class; the common people with respect to their political power.
a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them.
a state in which the head of government is not a monarch or other hereditary head of state.
is a state (nation) in which the head of state and other officials are representatives of the people and must govern according to existing constitutional law that limits the government's power over all of its citizens. Because the head of the state is elected, it is a republic and not a monarchy.
In a constitutional republic, executive, legislative, and judicial powers must be separated into distinct branches.
a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, the God's or deity's laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical authorities.a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.a commonwealth or state under such a form or system of government.
supreme power or sovereignty held by a single person.
a ruler who governs alone and is not restrained by laws, a constitution, or custom
Form of government that theoretically permits no individual freedom and that seeks to subordinate all aspects of the individual’s life to the authority of the government.
10,000 B.C.
22,000 thousand years ago
5,000 B.C.
500 B.C.
200 B.C. - 400 A.D.
Birth of Jesus Christ
Year 0
Christopher Columbus encounters the new world
1492
American Revolution 1776
1945
1800s
Commercial Revolution
Treaty of Versailles
Germans upset at their leadership for accepting the peace treaty
Germans treated as defeated losers
Germans asked to pay for world War I
Germans looked for new, aggressive leadership
control of trade by the King
increase of wealth and power
Demand for social equality
1500s
1900s
Popular sovereignty or the sovereignty of the people is the principle that the authority of the government is created and sustained by the consent of its people, through their elected representatives (Rule by the People), who are the source of all political power.
1. Japan invades Manchuria 1935
2. Germany Invades Poland 1939
3. Pearl Harbor is Attacked 1941
4. Allies land at Normandy 1944
Colonization and Imperialism
After world war II
Cold war
Decolonization
once colonized nations become free from Europe
India Gandhi Capitalist
China Mao Zedong Communist
Ghana Kwame Nkrumah "communist" Capitalist
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Communist

Father of Communism
Karl Marx end private property, everyone shares
Father of Capitalism: Adam Smith
myth
Mycenaean civilization
Ruled by Experts
People vote for the laws
People vote for officials who vote for the laws
polytheistic
monotheistic
Jewish
Hebrew
Bible
Abraham
Moses
Nile
the source of life
population
increased
Hammurabi code
Athens acropolis
worship
defense
wheel
tablet
cuneiform writing
calendar
Christianity
Hindu
Aqueducts
Middle Age Monarchy
Peasant/serf
Noble/Knight
Clergy
King
king does not have full control
warriors for king
spiritual leaders
pope
parlimant
Constitutional Monarch
King
+
Citizens
A form of national government in which the power of the monarch (the king or queen) is restrained by a parliament, by law, or by custom.
Parliament
Parliament becomes more
powerful
magna Carta
Glorious Revolution
13 Colonies
use for resources
wood or timber
mercantilism
Furniture
Free Market
Constitutional Republic
Citizens
Popular sovereignty
no nobles
use to ruling on their own
Revolution
Enlightenment bourgeoisie
Peasant/serf
commoner
Noble
Absolute King
France
king rules alone
"I am the State"
monarchy
one
rule
magna carta
England (Great Britian)
Absolute Monarchy
kings
middle Ages
Monarchy
no king, president
nobles no longer important for battle
divine right
god
John Locke
Gov. must respect
rights or rebel
salt march
boxer Rebelion
remove
foriegn power
locke
rousseau
Monfesquieu
social contract
motivation
Europe wants resources
people should be free to explore ideas
France, spain and england
relationship
balance each other in war, one can not be too powerful
god is replaced by people,
social contact, king or republic
habeas Corpus Act
English bill of rights
Estates General meets
Declaration of the rights of man
Robespierre dies
French Revolution
social Darwinism
what does it mean
what does it justify
survival of the fittest nation
Imperialism
capitalism
adam smith
wealth of nations
Free market

Communism
Karl Marx
communist manifesto
Government control all the economy

laissez faire
gov hands off

socialism

school
social sec
medical
military

cuba
n korea
france
usa
government contols some of the economy
king
Gandhi
china
(great Britain the imperialist)
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