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A. Superstition/ Human Reason
B. Human Reason/ Superstition
C. Human Reason/ Religion
D. Religion/ Human Reason
The New Jersey Plan suggested that representation in the legislature for each state be equal
Tried to strike a healthy balance between a strong central government and respecting individual state rights
The Virginia Plan offered that the number representatives in the legislature be determined by a states population
George Washington, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were prominent figures advocating for the revision of Articles of Confederation
The Great Compromise struck a deal to balance representation in the legislature
2. Evaluate “Gold, God, and Glory” as reasons for the European conquest of the Americas. Did one outweigh another in motivating the Europeans? How were these reasons used to justify the conquest? How genuine were they?
3. Examine the “Voices of Freedom” primary source excerpt written by Bartolomé de Las Casas, as well as Foner’s discussion of his work in the textbook. Explain what motivated him to speak out. What kind of influence did he have on the Spanish? On the Indians? On the African slaves? In what sense was his understanding of freedom limited?
Outfit privateer vessels to prey on Spanish trade.
Plant marketable crops (like tobacco).
Work hard and cooperate, to ensure their survival.
Spend most of their time in prayer and bible study.