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He believed that all people have natural rights (the right to life, liberty, and property). He also said that people have the right to overthrow governments that fail to protect th
Three Enlightenment thinkers who wanted freedom of speech (V), three branches of gov't (M) and a social contract (R)
Theleader of the Jacobins during the French Rev; Reign of Terror
executed by Robespierre and the Jacobins
He expanded (enlarged) French territory by conquering neighboring lands in Europe. By doing so, he made French people feel nationalism (pride in their country)
inspired Latin Americans to fight for independence (self-government) and overthrow their unfair governments
Wrote the 'Wealth of Nations;' father of capitalism
two men believed that laissez faire capitalism was bad. They argued that it allowed greedy factory owners to exploit (take advantage) of poor factory workers. They wrote a book cal
He hItalian-speaking people of Italy wanted to combine their separate states to form one united nation with one government
He used a “blood and iron” policy (3 wars) to unify German lands
Japan changed its government, military, education system, and technology to make it more like those of Europe and the United States
was assassinated by Slavic nationalists in the Balkans; sparks WWI
The leader of the Bolsheviks; “Peace, Land, and Bread'
He was the first president of Turkey. He is considered a nationalist because he made many changes in order to strengthen Turkey
He is the famous nationalist leader of India who fought for independence from Britain using only non-violent methods (also called civil disobedience or passive resistance
He was the totalitarian dictator of the Soviet Union (Russia)
He was an Italian fascist who was a totalitarian dictator
He was an German fascist who was a totalitarian dictator
English Prime minister durng WWII, coined the phrase 'Keep Calm and Carry On'
He was the first Communist dictator of China
He was the ruler in China after Mao Zedong; changed the economy of China to a market/capitalist/free enterprise economy
Black South African nationalist leader who fought against Apartheid
Nationalist leader of Vietnam
He was the leader of the Khmer Rouge and ruler of Cambodia; executed 2 million people within his nation (almost 20% of the population)
Leader of Iran during the 1970s-1980s who returned the country to being an Islamic fundamentalist country
He was the Soviet leader who helped bring an end to Communism in the Soviet Union
Orchestrated the 9/11 terrorist attacks and was the leader of the terrorist group al Qaeda
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