CRIM 1116 Lecture Notes - Feudalism, Plans

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Published on 21 Apr 2013
School
Langara College
Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 1116
Professor
EARLY SOURCES RETHINKING THE PLANS OF ABRAHAM
Magna Carta
a document attributed to king john of England in 1215
o wherein he legally specified that royal powers were not
absolute ceding some power to his barons
to change some of his decisions it is seen as the first
movement of English monarchism toward democracy
Feudalism
the political and economic system of England
o that granted the aristocracy nobility and land in exchange for the
labor and military service of serfs or vassals on the land in
France and new France
o this system was referred to as the seigniorial system whereby
the aristocracy were called seigneurs and the serfs censitires
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A document attributed to king john of england in 1215: wherein he legally specified that royal powers were not absolute ceding some power to his barons. To change some of his decisions it is seen as the first movement of english monarchism toward democracy. The political and economic system of england: that granted the aristocracy nobility and land in exchange for the labor and military service of serfs or vassals on the land in. France and new france: this system was referred to as the seigniorial system whereby the aristocracy were called seigneurs and the serfs censitires royal proclamation of 1763. British contact with aboriginals set out political legal and religious rights of the french in quebec and promised democratically elected institutions for english canadians. Statute passed by the british parliament in 1774: provided for among other things the right of roman catholics to participate in government and the use of the french language in civil law.

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