those who supported the king in the English Civil War; royalists.
political party; rebelled against republic, wanted strong parliament, and no Catholic Ruler.
believed in giving leader absolute power and that people had the only right of life.
English sea captains; pirates.
belief that truth can be determined solely by logical thinking.
described perfect government; Britain because of three branches.
Coercive, Quebec, Boston Port act.
Articles of Confederation
American states' plan that set central government with one house congress, and single vote per state.
Federal System of government
system of government in which power is divided between a central, or federal, government and individual states.
English parliament the convened off and on for 20 years.
those who supported Parliament in the English Civil War.
puritan leader, created New Model Army, took over parliament, abolished monarchy.
believed that people had rights to life, liberty, and property and that a ruler had no absolute power.
Limited Constitutional Monarchy
government in which the monarch remains head of state, but the king or queen is required to consult with parliament.
explored coast of newfoundland.
early spokes person for women'rights.
Declaration of Independence
established the the US was an independent nation.
political party that supported the monarchy.
heads of government departments who advise the head of state.
theory of countries taking money from others.
thinkers of the Age of Enlightenment.
English Bill of Rights
document that declared the power of the Parliament and protected private citizens.