July 10, 2020
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Timeling of Multiple-Branch Government (Incomplete)
⟶ Updated 7 Dec 2017 ⟶
List of edits
Solon breaks Athens into 4 economic classes
Cleisthenes of Athens Born
Lucius Tarquinius Superbus becomes king of Rome.
Exile of Cleishthenes From Athens.
Multiple Branch Government Instated in Ancient Rome
First secessio of plebeians from Rome.
Twelve Tables bind patricians and plebeians equally.
Athenian Democracy Replaced by Oligarchy
Original Government of Athens reinstated
Macedonia conquers Athens
At least one consul must be a plebeian.
Decisions of plebeian council bind all of Rome
Roman Republic Replaced by Roman Empire.
King John annoys Roman Catholic Church
King John taxes more than nobles are willing to be taxed
Revolt against King John. Magna Carta written and signed.
American colonies declare themselves independent
Constitution of United States written
Multiple-Branch Government in U.S. instated
All states have ratified the Constitution
Political parties become important in the U.S.
Slavery abolished in the U.S.
Voting rights protected.
Women allowed to vote in U.S.A.
Multiple-Branch Government in Rome
Multiple-Branch Government in England
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