During the Great Awakening colonists began asking for more ___ ___, independence and democracy.
To limit the king's power, the English nobles required King John to sign the _____ _____.
English Bill of Rights
The ____ __ ___ _____ was created to limit the power of the monarch and led to the idea of sharing power between the King and the English Parliament.
Virginia's Statue for Religious Freedom said that people should not be forced to follow a particular religion, contribute ____ to a particular religion or be punished for a particular religious belief.
Thomas Paine's political pamphlet ____ ____ convinced many colonists to join the fight for independence from England.
No taxation without ____ was a colonial response to the taxes being forced on them to pay off Britains' war debt.
An agreement by the people to set up a government and obey its laws is called a ___ ____.
_____ _____ is the idea that political power belongs to the people and government will follow the desires of the people
The ___ ___ were passed by the English Parliament in support of mercantilism, which is a system of creating and maintaining wealth through controlled trade.
The ___ ___ was the first attempt by the Parliament to directly tax the colonists and led to protests including the Boston Massacre.