Impact: When England 's King Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic church of Rome it lead to a period known as the Protestant Reformation. The consequences of the reformation were experienced both in England and abroad. The Reformation resulted in big changes to the religious, economic and cultural structure of European society. He changed religion in Europe from catholic to protestant.Henry 's desire for a divorce was not the only factor that motivated England 's split from the Catholic church. Many of the people of England had been dissatisfied with the Catholic church.
A. Explain the reasons for English Colonization by doing the Following: A1. Discuss the political motivations for English Imperialism. The main political motivation for English Imperialism was due to the rivalries with its European Counterparts. Initially, European countries were looking for a water passage to China so they would be able to trade for their goods.
The British gave colonists many reasons to leave during the 1700’s. While there are many reasons the colonists were justified in leaving Britain, one of the main reasons was unfair taxation on colonials to make Britain money. Another reason was Britain creating their own propaganda to demean the colonists’ idea to create a new government. Furthermore, the British would strip the colonists of many of their rights. Finally, Britain would constantly deny any attempt to find peace between the two countries.
They mostly practiced religion, farming, and trade. The main motivation was to generate profit for the mother country of England. The socioeconomic factors in North America from the early 1600s to the 1770s that lead to their ultimate rebellion against the mother country and their declaration of independence was enlightenment and great awakening, taxation without representation, and the chain of events during the mid-1700s including the Battle of Lexington and Concord and the Boston tea party. It was not a surprise that religion was a key factor in the social life of the colonies during the 1600s and 1700s. Some of the colonies were founded based on religion and some were against it.
The New England colonies include Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. The first settlers that came into the New England colonies were the Puritans who wanted to practice religious freedom. Unfortunately, most of these colonies are not tolerant of other religions. The self-government economy is based on religious beliefs. Finally, the colonies rely on fishing and shipbuilding since the soil and long winters are unsuitable for farming.
This essay will focus on the economic aspects of the Qin dynasty which made them superior to other states and allowed them to conquer and unify China. The Qin state focused heavily on their agriculture, military and bureaucracy, as well as trade and commerce leaving behind a remarkable future of a standardised economy for the following states after them. The Warring States period was a time of uncertainty and political instability. The ruler Duke Xiao appointed Lord Yang who was a follower of Legalism, a philosophy nurturing absolute power, as the Chief Minister to bring change in the Qin State. Legalism was important as it reassured power into the ruler’s hands, forcing people to follow strict legal codes making them obedient to the ruler.
The Great Awakening was a series of religious upheavals in America that reversed a long decline into religious indifference (pg. 115). Religion would once again become a key factor in the lives of the general public. The Great Awakening swept like a wave over America and affected its regions in different ways. There was a crisis going on in Boston regarding paper money and the land banks (pg.
But, the Catholic Counter Reformation reacted poorly to Protestant criticism of the art in Roman Catholicism to produce a style of Catholic art. Protestant religious art embraced Protestant values as well as supported the proliferation of Protestantism. The only thing is the amount of religious art produced in Protestant countries was reduced greatly. Artists in Protestant countries
Their role in the war according to Calloway (2012) is forced because of the land hunger of American settlers, and the fact that a distant king is less of a threat (p.223). However much American land accumulation may have been, a large part of their decision still would have revolved around their lack of craft skills to maintain their new livelihood as
Each civilization influenced each other in their ways and growth of trade. Trade in the classical civilization was a significant impact that shaped so much of the coming world. China was a strikingly impactful civilization when it came to trade. China used the Silk Road to trade, it connected China to the Middle East and Europe. China’s way of trade began a way for other civilizations to interact with one another.
Most of the goods that were brought to the colonists for trade were heavily regulated by the British government and priced much higher than usual (Edgenuity). In exchange for these overpriced goods the colonies bartered a wealth of products such as whale oil, timber, and tobacco. The uneven weight of trade value between the colonies and Britain caused a negative flow of economy between the two, one that could only be fixed through loans from British banks. While this greatly boosted the British economy, the setup would lead to an eventual crash and a large colonial debt. When the colonists realized this, they began to boycott British goods, they hoped for the British to lift the heavy taxation and to equalize the cost of goods.
This parchment peacefully pointed out the hypocrisy the nobles had done by 1525. With this document, the cruel nobility became known across Europe. Another outcome of the Protestant Reformation was that the printing press became significant because they begin being sold and used at an surplused rate.They became used more often to ‘send and spread Luther’s message all over Europe” (461). Since there was now an increased selling rate of these printing presses, the companies who sold them came into a larger income affecting Europe economically. This would affect Europe because there would be more taxes going to the papacy due to incoming money going to pay for the making, selling, and endorsing of these machines.
The growth of consumerism generated Enlightenment ideas through material goods and helped expand the Atlantic economy. New developments in how commercial goods where manufactured, traded, and used created a time of consumer revolution. With the changes of consumerism came changes in Enlightenment ideas. It was a cause and effect chain that would create a different way of life for Europe. While purchasers of consumer goods consisted of a lot of upper and the upper-middle class, the means of creating cheaper reproductions of luxury goods helped fuel consumerism.