American Federal Government Lecture 1/25/16 Notes
American Federal Government Lecture 1/25/16 Notes P SC 1113-030
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Date Created: 01/25/16
Lecture 1 Monday January 25 2016 235 PM I Declaring Independence a taxes i in debt because of FrenchIndian war British imposed certain taX acts in order to pay for debts but didn t consult the American Colonists ii British Idea Virtual representation iii colonists didn t have a representative speaking for them in Parliament iv argument you do not need direct representation in Parliament because we will represent your interests we being British living in England v taxes being levied Without their consent and no representation in Parliment reason for colonists anger vi taxation without representation b independence i Common SenseThomas Paine 1 Distance matters common sense arguments 2 how could a government so far away be able to understand how life actually works in the colony geographic needs commerce local enemies ii John Locke 1 Natural rights arguments 2 Life Liberty Property 3 if government violates those rights it is the right of the people to break away that government and replace it with a new form of government A nmg nvn11mgmo mgnmn Lo 1 hI39j UllU CLIEUlllUllL Llllb lllUClllD LllULU bllUUIUII L UU Cl government this is not true it is our duty to create a new one that will not violate these rights 5 in uence for Thomas Jefferson c Revolution 11 constitutional convention III constitutional plans and compromises
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