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U.S. History Ch. 6

by: Jamesia Arnold

U.S. History Ch. 6 hist 2010-004

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Ch. 6 Notes I. Democracy & Freedom Challenges to heredity privilege Expansion of democracy  -Public debate  -Rolling back property qualifications  1 house V. 2 house legislatures  New formed constitutions  -2 types of patriots: Radical & Conservative II. Toward religious Tolerance Broadening religious toleration Founders & religion -Separates church & state - Jefferson & the religious liberty Revolution & churches  Challenges to authority  Boost to influence religion III. Defining economic freedom Declining unfree labor  Indentured servants  Apprenticeship Causes of decline Points of Debate  Equality of condition v. equality of opportunity  Regulation of price v. free trade IV. Colonial Loyalists  Who were they?  Their motivations  Experiences  Suppression & assaults  Seizure of property  Banishing Indians  The dispossession  During revolution…..  Efforts at neutrality  Allegiance being divided V. Slavery & Revolution Usage of slavery in rhetoric of revolution  Metaphor for political status (colonists)  Critique of slavery  Slaveholders are being hypocrites Obstacles to abolition  Slave system being important  Property rights are essential as liberty rights Impetus for abolition  Debate over slavery in America  Black initiatives against slavery  Freedom concerned as an universal right  Taking legal action or it being taken  Escape British emancipators  Encourage slaves to escape from the British  Magnitude of slave response  What happens to the slaves? VI. Women & the Revolution Participation in revolutionary causes Limits to American freedom  Legal subordination of women  Male supremacy  View women as wives & mothers Improvements in women’s status  Republican motherhood  Meriting education  Notion of companionate marriage Changes in structure of family life


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