In A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Mary Wollstonecraft argued that women and men should have equal ______.
The term ______ describes a grand, ornate style of art and architecture popular during the age of Louis XIV.
In the 1700s, British merchants gained enormous wealth by dominating the ______ trade with Spanish America.
Elegant compositions by Handel, Haydn, and Mozart reflected a new musical style of the Enlightenment known as ________.
________ was an Enlightenment thinker who argued that the purpose of government is to safeguard the natural rights of the people.
_______ helped spread Enlightenment ideas by compiling articles of leading thinkers into a 28-volume work.
_____ was an enlightened despot who traveled among the peasants in disguise to learn about their problems.
Economist ______ argued that, in a free market, business activity would be regulated by the forces of supply and demand.
Enlightenment thinkers were influenced by the idea of natural law that emerged from the _______.
The term ______ describes a light and delicate artistic style popular during the reign of Louis XV.
The rules discoverable by reason used by Enlightenment thinkers to apply to the study of human behavior and society were ________________.
Because the American colonies were home to diverse religions and ethnic groups, ____________ were more blurred than in Europe.
Enlightenment writers sometimes tried to avoid _______ by disguising their ideas as fiction.