This hand-written American Government worksheet consists of two sections: (1) a series of 'match-ems,' to correctly identify and understand the significance of various terms, concepts, people and events from the English Civil War; and (2) three short-answer questions intended to deepen students' understanding of English democracy's impact on the United States.
Please note that worksheet and answer sheet are both hand-written, and both sheets contains scratch-outs and some shorthand that may be difficult to read.
The response to short answer question #1 is amended to read: 'A war fought to replace the Catholic King James II with the Protestant rule of William and Mary. It was called 'glorious' due to the fact that most English citizens were Protestants, and therefore extremely mistrustful of James and his ties to Catholic France.
The response to short answer question #2 is amended to read: 'Governors were appointed by the king or queen and they ruled with royal authority. Representation consisted of local legislatures that contained landholding white men - but matters of tax policy were decided by the British Parliament, entirely without input from the colonies.'