AP World History World History (AP) Study Guide – Chapter 29 Vocabulary: Define each term, person, or concept 1. John Locke 13. Napoleon 2. popular sovereignty 14. Napoleon’s Civil Code 3. Jean-Jacques Rousseau 15. Toussaint Louverture 4. The Declaration of Independence 16. Simón Bolívar 5. American Revolution 17. Miguel de Hidalgo 6. French Revolution 18. Emperor Pedro I 7. National Assembly 19. Augustín de Iturbide 8. Declaration of the Rights of Man and the 20. John Stuart Mill Citizen 21. William Wilberforce 9. the Convention 22. Elizabeth Cady Stanton 10. Maximilien Robespierre 23. Zionism 11. the Directory 24. Otto von Bismarck 12. The Concordat 25. Congress of Vienna Short Answer Questions: 26. In what specific ways did the ideals of the Enlightenment challenge long-held assumptions about government and social order? 27. What were the principal causes of the French Revolution of 1789? Were these concerns addressed by the revolution? 28. Conventional wisdom holds that Napoleon ended the revolution when he proclaimed himself emperor in 1804. In what ways did he continue the ideals of the revolution? In what ways did he reverse the revolution? 29. Describe the basic social structure of Latin American society in 1800. What factors led to the revolutions that followed? 30. What was the impact of the ideals of the Enlightenment and the events of the revolutionary era on the status of women and on slavery? Give some specific examples.
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