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Notes from this week lecture, 8/25
Survey of U.S History (HIST 2110-
Prof. Casey P. Cater
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Date Created: 08/25/16
8/25/16 HIST 2110 Survey of US History Prof. Cater Week 1 What is Freedom? o Spiritual Freedom  One is subservient to God & therefore spiritually free o Servitude and freedom  John Winthrop (1588-1649)  Natural Liberty = evil  Moral Liberty = Obeying authority = good  Massachusetts Bay Colony should be beacon of freedom for world to follow o “City on a hill” Civil Liberty: o Aristotle: “the law is salvation” o Liberty ≠ License  Liberty does not give license to disobedience  Freedom = obedience of the law  No law = tyranny o John Locke (1632- 1704)  Law = Freedom ONLY if duly passed  Essence of British liberty in 1700’s  Law must be just o Authority who are unjust get punished o If law isn’t upheld… tyranny 2 types of freedom 1.) Republicanism  People work together to create functioning society  Giving up self-interest for the common good  Active participation in public life  Virtue: only virtuous (rich white men) can contribute to society 2.) Liberalism  Private & individual 8/25/16 HIST 2110  John Locke: o Gov’t protects life, liberty, and property o Freedom is personal o Gov’t is only for maintaining people’s natural right o Greater good comes from personal freedom. Limits to freedom in BNA  Economic individuality = freedom  The unfree: o Indentured Servants  Richard Hakluyt believed America was a wasteland meant for “waste people” to build in order for the better people to come and colonize o Women  Known as “fertile commodities”  Coverture: in public, women’s opinions were either her fathers or, if married, her husbands  Could be sold Slavery in BNA  1 unfree African people brought to Virginia in 1619 o Slavery rare till 1680’s  Open system o Anthony Johnson (1600-1670)  Captured into indentured servitude in 1612  Became property owner & slave holder in 1640’s  Slavery hardened in 1680’s o Locke: “Every freeman… has absolute power and authority over his negro slave.” Freedom and Democracy in BNA  Land ownership more common in BNA 1700’s  Ben Franklin o Mediocrity of Fortunes  Believed this was great opportunity for middle class  No kings or aristocrats  Weak church o No central church controlling all the colonies 8/25/16 HIST 2110 Freedom and Revolution  Revolution began in name of freedom from Metropole (name for central of British empire) o Appearance of Liberty trees & Poles  Would burn replicas of king o Sons/Daughters of Liberty  Colonists believed they had the rights and privileges of freeborn Englishmen American Revolution  Resistance to Tyranny o Intolerable acts o Tea Act o Stamp Act o Etc.  Thomas Paine o Wrote “Common Sense” o Talked about universal liberties and natural rights  “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal…”  Paradox o Is everyone free?


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