AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 3: 1754-1800

AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 3: 1754-1800. The argument in the excerpt directly reflects a continuation of which of the following Enlightenment beliefs?

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AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 3: 1754–1800
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New Beliefs Inspired by the RevolutionEnlightenment Ideas and Philosophy

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the excerpt directly reflects a continuation of which of the

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following enlightenment beliefs and here potential answers I believe that

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basically pains telling us here that the english constitution sucks

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because it comes from a time when everybody thought tyranny

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was the cat's pajamas So bad news for a tyrant

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and for the cat since pain is so obviously anti

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tyrant will start by taking c out of the running

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Absolute sovereignty means that a ruler can make anybody do

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anything here she wants Like if the king or queen

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wanted everybody to bathe and fish they'd have to do

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it for else But we probably do that just for

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the halibut Anyway As the excerpt shows pain thought this

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kind of system was the opposite of cool Next will

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eliminate option a The belief in constitutionalism Yeah not quite

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what we're looking for Pain uses this excerpt toe bad

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Mouth a constitution so it's kind of hard to argue

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that this snippet is supporting the idea of constitutionalism Not

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that pain was against constitutions in general he just thought

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ones that propped up tyrants oughta be scrapped Well d

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says that pains using the excerpt toe pump up state's

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rights well while it's probably true that pain would have

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been a fan of the idea there is nothing in

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the excerpt about It Looks like pain won't be pumping

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anything up anytime soon so we can say farewell Didi

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answer be on the other hand is here to stay

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The enlightenment idea of transnational human rights had been spreading

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for sometime throughout the colonies when thomas paine anonymously published

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the game changing pamphlet Common sense The fact that the

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extract is so critical of tyranny reflects that idea that

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all individuals are born with certain rights that no tyrant

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should be ableto take We once tried to convince the

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city that we were born with the right to park

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anywhere but no that didn't go over very well We're 00:02:03.48 --> [endTime] still trying