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Wars of Ears and Tongues Wars of Expansion and Colonization 1500-1763 I. Treaty of Tordesilles II. Pirates and Privateers Spanish Armada. III. Balance of Power Wars Armies in Transition . Guns and Artillery Linear Tactics and Fire Power – or why do they stand in straight lines and shoot Military and Social Classes Limited War IV.Wars Spill over into new territories. War of League of Augsburg/King Williams War War of Spanish Succession War of Jenkins Ear 7 Years War V. Trouble Brewing

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  • Wars of Ears and Tongues Wars of Expansion and Colonization 1500-1763 I.Treaty of Tordesilles II. Pirates and Privateers Spanish Armada. III. Balance of Power Wars Armies in Transition. Guns and Artillery Linear Tactics and Fire Power or why do they stand in straight lines and shoot Military and Social Classes Limited War IV.Wars Spill over into new territories. War of League of Augsburg/King Williams War War of Spanish Succession War of Jenkins Ear 7 Years War V. Trouble Brewing
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  • Absolute Kings: Absolute Nation France: La Grande Siecle La Grande Nation: Grand Gov. Grand Trade: Grand Army: Grand Culture: The Grand Government: Louis XIII and Cardinal Richeleau Raison de detat Catholics vs Hugeunots (French Protestants) 1st Estate vs. 2nd Estate Mazarin and Louis XIV Mazarin The Sun King Letat cest moi Divine Right Monarchy Un Roi, Une Loi, Une Foi One King, One Law, One Faith One King: Versailles: The Royal Trap Council of State: Finance, War, Internal Affairs, Foreign Affairs
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  • The Grand Economy: Mercantilism and Jean Baptiste Colbert A new concept - Government controls trade Economic Systems Manorism Guildism Free Market Mercantilism Principles of Mercantilism 1.Bullionism: Wealth is measured in Gold and Silver. 2.Favorable balance of Trade: Exports high / Imports Low 3.Self Sufficiency: Dont rely on other countries for imports make yourself 4.Invest in Agriculture: Dont buy food from others produce more food with fewer people 5.Tariffs: discourage imports by penalizing with a tax 6.Sea Power: Must have own merchant fleet and ships to protect them 7.Colonies: Captive markets to provide raw materials and buy goods 8.Large Labor Force: Own workers and buyers 9.Avoid Luxury items: waste money from economy 10.State regulates these rules by enforcing policy
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  • The Grand Army: Goals: New Army: Wars: War of Spanish Devolution: Netherlands War War of League of Augsburg: War of Spanish Succession: La Grand Culture: Versailles: Painting Writing: Dance: Fashion: Conclusion: La Grande Nation?
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  • Spain: How to Lose a World 16 th Century belongs to Spain Empire of Charles I/V Absolute Monarch: Philip II Control of Government Control of Catholic Faith Economy Whered it all Go? Wars Lack of Economic Control Non Capitalistic Culture Cultural Legacy
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  • England: Parliament vs. Monarch I.Structure of Parliament Developing Constitutional Monarchy Unwritten Constitution: The Houses Virtual Representation Kings Role II. The Stuarts III.James I Opposing Views: James the Absolutist Commons and new money Lords- Anti Scots 1 st Parliament Religious Reform Unification Salary 2 nd Parliament War with Spain Parliament demands 3rd Parl. War with Spain Protestation
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  • IV. Charles I Parliament 1+2 War Illegal $ Resources 3rd Parliament. Petition of Rights: No forced loans No billeting of soldiers in houses No imprisonment without cause shown War with Scotland: 11 years of chaos The Scottish Rebellion The Short Parliament: The Long Parliament: What is next for England?
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  • Henry IV