||desiring to Christianize the Native Americans yet hoping to conquer them and steal their wealth.| ||seeing the Americas as a land of opportunity and freedom yet fearing they might become a land of slavery.| ||worshiping the purity and promise of the New World yet desiring to exploit its innocence. | ||protecting the freedom of the individual and guarding the welfare of the community.| 1 points
One source of problems between the Europeans and the Native Americans was the common European misunderstanding of the Native Americans'
||sharp division of labor between men's and women's work.|
||common language and culture throughout the hemisphere.|
||idea of communal land tenure. |
||emphasis upon material wealth.|
One of the major reasons the Protestant Reformation succeeded was that
||major defenders of Catholicism such as Luther and Calvin were poor leaders.| ||Italian merchants realized it made fewer financial demands on them than Catholicism.| ||political figures could use its challenge to Rome's spiritual authority to increase their power. | ||the Catholic church made many enemies by strongly attacking luxury and corruption.|
In arguing for royal assistance for English colonization, Richard Hakluyt stressed the
||military advantages of building forts to threaten Spanish treasure fleets. | ||millions of heathen souls who could be saved.|
||likelihood of settling religious dissenters and criminals in the New World.| ||possibilities of jointly exploiting the New World with Spain.|
A serious problem in the early years of Jamestown was the
||lack of pioneering skills among the settlers. |
||religious strife between...