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Uprisings in Europe & the American Revolution

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In response to higher prices being placed on food, peasant women often led "popular price fixings" as a response--or, in more apt terms, __________.
American revolutionary leaders shared political ideas with the _______ party in Britain.
Representing a radical departure from European governments, the U.S. constitution had created a government based on a "social ________."
The ________ Affair in Great Britain, 1763, showed that the common people could speak out against their government and illicit change.
Most Europeans saw the American Revolution as a triumph of __________ ideas.
Most colonists were upset by their lack of representation in _________.
In a response to the rebellion, Catherine the Great tightened the nobles' control over their serfs with the _________ of Nobility.
The last half of the 18th century, the _______ supply became a political issue, as poor people believed it was the government's job to feed them.
Public opinion and opposition also showed up in art--like that of the Marriage of _______; a play that Marie-Antoinette loved but her husband eventually forbade.
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Elimination of the ______ threat in America, somewhat ironically, shifted the attitudes of many colonists against Great Britain.
During times of scarcity, landowners could make huge profits by selling _______ outside of their villages, which enraged poor farmers.
The Articles of ___________ proved too weak to govern the United States, and a new Constitution was drafted in 1787.
Because colonists paid only a fraction of the taxes paid by Britons back home, Parliament passed the _______ Act in 1765. The colonists were pretty cheesed off by this.
The ______ Act of 1773 was the last straw for American Colonists.
One of the worst riots occurred in France in 1775 due to deregulation of the grain trade; it was called "The ______ War."
The rise of public _________ as a force independent of court society caused a great deal of social changes during this time period.
Population growth, extension of the market, and _________ put a lot of pressure on an already beleaguered poor class.
The King of Great Britain, _______ III, called the American colonists "traitors and rebels."
As a response to rioting, France made its punishable by ______.