Week Six notes
Week Six notes History 125
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Purpora on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to History 125 at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire taught by Louisa Rice in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see World History Since 1500 in History at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.
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History 125 Human Rights 1 Focus question How are human rights and liberty being discussed in this period Class Discussion Rights of Man 0 Liberty property security resistance to oppression 0 Innocent until proven guilty 0 Participate in law making 0 Freedom of speech Acticle 6 Law is the expression of the general will 0 Popular sovereignty Rights of Women 0 Women get the same rights 0 Equal property rights 0 Single or married 0 Free speech identifying paternity 0 Especially resistance to oppressed 0 Women are especially oppressed Olympe de Gouges 0 Declaration of Rights of Women 1791 0 Executed in 1793 St DomingueHaiti 0 Brutal reputation 0 Columbus discovers in 1492 In 1789 0 About 500000 slaves 0 110 ratio Whitesslaves Haitian Revolution 0 Wanted independence from France 0 Free people of color wanted rights 0 Becomes first black republic 1804 Toussaint Louverture 0 Former slave 0 Able to buy freedom 0 French 0 Fights with France against Spain 0 Later wanting to go against France 0 Imprisoned Environmental Impact of the Revolution in Haiti 0 Haiti timber Long Term Consequences 0 Many die from disease 0 Debt 0 Isolation Ending of the Slave 0 The humanitarian argument 0 EnlightenmentEvangelical Christian 0 The economic argument 0 CapitalismMarxist 0 Unreliability of slave labor argument Industrial Revolution 0 New attitudes towards what work and new inventions 0 The division of labor Adam Smith 0 Josiah Wedgwood 0 British industrialist O Machines of out of men 0 Division of labor Class Discussion Factors leading to Britain s edge in the Industrial Revolution 0 Coal 0 Transport canals rivers 0 Adopted ideas from elsewhere 0 Supplies from elsewhere colonies cotton