When the 18th Century dawned, Britain's position in the New World was secure: it had a loyal and contented population, secure borders and a steady inflow of tax revenue. However, less than fifty years later, these same colonies would become a breeding ground for revolutionary ideas.
This two-part worksheet focuses on the Great Awakening and the Enlightenment, two opposing movements that somehow both contributed to the spread of democratic feelings in the colonies.
Perfect as a classroom activity, homework assignment or review activity! Part I is an ten-question "Match-'Em" exercise, while Part II contains two short answer questions.
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