Samuel Adams

How did Samuel Adams CONTRIBUTE TO The NECESSARY CONDITIONS OF DEMOCRACY? (USING ONLY one or two CONCEPTS below) You must give concrete examples of exactly what the person did. Next you must state the exact concept illustrated by this concrete example. FINALLY, YOU MUST EXPLAIN HOW THIS NECESSARY CONDITION CONTRIBUTED TO DEMOCRACY OR HOW IT HELPED PROMOTE DEMOCRACY. Here are some examples of what a person might do which illustrates each necessary condition: Rights – Calling for Bill of Rights- Designing constitutional amendment-Defending rights in court-writing rights into a declaration, preamble or constitution for state or nation. Suffrage-Calling for expanding who has right to vote, actual voting, writing in newspaper or campaigning, designing constitutional amendment-defending voting rights in court-writing rights into declaration, preamble or constitution for state or nation Justice-Defending persons in court, participating in constitutional convention, writing in newspapers advocating constitution, participating in any way to promote a state or national constitution. Education-Promoting education or being a teacher. Person himself or herself makes great efforts to become educated. Works toward founding a school or university. Calls for more people to be educated. Citizen participation-Fights as a soldier in an American war, runs for office, holds office, writes about issues for newspaper, gives patriotic speeches, reads newspaper to other people. HOW did Samuel Adams CONTRIBUTE TO CAPITALISM? (USING ONLY one or two CONCEPTS LISTED BELOW)? FINALLY, YOU MUST EXPLAIN HOW THIS NECESSARY CONDITION CONTRIBUTED TO CAPITALISM OR HOW IT HELPED PROMOTE CAPITALISM. Here are some examples of what a person might do which illustrates each necessary condition: Property rights: Person owned a farm, plantation or business. Person owned patents or copyrights. Entrepreneur: Person started his/her own business risking their time and possibly money. Shows economic risk taking and seeking profit motive which are necessary for capitalism to exist. Investor: Person put up money or other capital to finance a business. . Shows economic risk taking and seeking profit motive which are necessary for capitalism to exist. Free market: Person sold goods and or services in free market. Person made contracts for goods and services. Protection of capitalism under the law: Person went to court to protect property rights, copyrights, or patents.

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