Jean Domat, a royally appointed juror by king Louis helped explain a better understanding of the new system of governance to the people of France in his writings. Domat wrote “On Social Order and Absolute Monarchy” to defend the king’s powers, and to give a better understanding of the hierarchy type system so ordinary people would accept it. Jean Domat’s life goal was explaining absolutism. Since he was not a king and seen as a regular person, people at his time can get a better understanding of the system when someone like him explains it. He explained that the king was given his power through God and is responsible to no one but God.
He was a very strong military general, and he extended France power with his “Great Army”. He had brilliant strategies, which helped him win many of his battles such as in Austerlitz and Ulm. He tried to unite Europe, under one French Empire. Napoleon built bridges and canals, that made it easier for people to trade. Some might think that Napoleon took it way too far by attacking Russia which caused him losing a huge amount of his army.
He too was killed by the guillotine. Napoleon came into rule after Robespierre and ruled as emperor of France. Napoleon was a hero because he believed in better education for the people of France, he wanted to get rid of the tyrants of other countries to better the lives of people under their rule, and people had civil rights, which they didn’t have prior to his reign as emperor. Others argue that Napoleon was a tyrant because he
A goal of the French Revolution was that the third estate became eager to have an actual leader that would pay attention to their needs so they because the National Assembly and agreed on the tennis court oath. They also wanted to create a new government but king Louis XVI wouldn’t sign it off so the National Assembly got mad and they overthrew the bastille. The bastille was a jail where all the prisoners were being kept. The third estate created the Declaration of the rights of man and of the citizen to express these goals. The goal of the American Revolution was to get away from the British government and be free.
The necessity for this better network to move goods manifested itself in this desire for improvement. After the War of 1812, demand increased for better roads and canals to expedite the transport of goods across the nation (Dudley). This improved package of commerce and transportation directly contradicted the attitude of Agrarian Republicans like Jefferson who hoped that industrialization would not dominate America or its politics, fearing the inevitable shift of the country into continuous international turmoil. Jefferson’s fear was realized as nationalism manifested itself in manufacturing, with patriotic Americans taking pride in the factories that had recently mushroomed forth (Dudley). After the war, many Americans felt differently due to the war’s stimulative effect on the economy.
In addition to utilizing musket-armed units and other , which revolutionized combat, Nobunaga enacted numerous economic and social policies. In addition to banning the collection of tolls, Nobunaga also stimulated infrastructure, both for military and trading purposes. He barred monopolies and made public privileged unions. After defeating the Ikkō sect, which allied with Yoshiaki, Nobunaga maintained substantial control of Japan, enabling him to invest in samurais and farmers by providing estates, further consolidating his power. As an atheist, Nobunaga chose to welcome Jesuit missionaries as an attempt to further reduce the influence of Buddhism.
From the 16th to 18th century, countries in Europe were experiencing new ideas and reforms. Philosophers like Locke believed in social equality. They have discussed the purpose of a government and spread their ideas. Locke’s ideas led to the revolution in France, who didn’t have rights under absolute monarch’s control. After the French gained their rights, people in Haiti started to fight because they wanted to have the same rights that French gained during the reform.
Aun: In paragraph 2, Thomas Paine tries to explain to the colonists that they have been tricked and that they had made big sacrifices only to be tricked. He says the colonists say that they have the protection of Britain, when Britain’s main motive was interest in the new land, not to attach to it. Britain did not fight for us but fought for itself with people we were at peace with. Britain gave us new enemies. Thomas explains how they should be independant and let Britain fight its own battles with France and
French officials noticed the fights going on between England and the Colonies and they planned how the situation could play out for their own advantage. The French decided that on the plan of helping the American’s in several ways. First, they bought things from the americans like wheat, tobacco, salted fish, and indigo. This gave the Americans money so that they could by gun supplies. Another example, of their help is how they offered safe harbors in the Caribbean and the French Coast.
After the King of France recognized the potential of the newly acquired land, he persuaded citizens of France to emigrate. He would promise filles de rois dowries if they moved to New France. This caused thousands of citizens emigrating not only for the money, but also for better jobs. They wouldnt need to pay as much tithe and got more land. Sadly, the Native Americans didn 't enjoy people taking their land causing a lot of killing.
The French became more involved in the new world sending over more migrants to populate their colonies, which led to the Jesuits being able to abandon more gentler forms of diplomacy and spread their agenda more effectively. Father Pierron deliberately attempted to cause trouble between the French and the Mohawk as he believed that the presence of France gave him immunity to freely “denounce mohawk customs, calling on those present to convert to Christianity” even though the Mohawks resisted these calls (JR 142). Father Pierron uses the idea of war to achieve his goals diplomatically by spreading a rumor that he intended “to go to Quebec” and that his stay in the village is what was needed “in order to main the peace”(JR 143,144). Father
1. Politique were rulers in the 16th and 17th century who put the success and good of their state above everything else. That includes over their religion. Henry of Navarre was a politique because he put the politics of the country before his religion. He converted to Catholicism just so he could be taken more seriously at masses.