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  1. about what percentage of Frances population belonged to the third estate?
    A.10
    B.50
    C. 1
    D.98
    D. 98
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  2. what happend on july 14 bastille day?
    A. a mob stormed a prison looking for gunpowder
    B. robespierre was executed by guillotine
    C. french women marched all the way to versailles
    d. all of the above are true
    A. a mob stormed a prison looking for gunpowder
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  3. which document stated that "men are born and remain free and equal in rights"?

    A. declaration of the rights of man
    B. napoleonic code
    C. holy alliance
    D. declaration of independence
    A. declaration of the rights of man
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  4. what was napoleon able to accomplish during peacetime?

    a. he set up government-run public schools
    b. he set up a comprehensive system of laws
    c. he established a fairer tax code
    d. all of the above are true
    d. all of the above are true
  5. who was the most influential leader at the congress of vienna?

    A. king frederick william III of prussia
    B. Czar alexander I of russia
    C. emperor francis I of austria
    D. prince klemens von metternich of austria
    D. prince klemens von metternich of austria
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  6. why did the national assembly lose the support of many french peasants?

    A. it made peasants and noblemen equals
    B. it took away the catholic churchs lands and independence
    C. it taxed the bourgeoisie
    D. it adopted "a declaration of the rights of man and of the citizen"
    B. it took away the catholic church's lands and independence
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  7. which group imposed the reign of terror?

    A. the national assembly
    B. the kings swiss guard
    C. the second calition
    D. the comittee of public safety
    D. the committee of public safety
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  8. how did great Britain react to the continental system?

    A. it formed an alliance with austria and prussia
    B. it invaded fance
    C. it organized its own blockade
    D. it negotiated a peace agreement with france
    C. it organized its own blockade
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  9. what strategy did Czar alexander I use to defeat Napoleon in russia?

    A. endless negotiations
    B. guns and cannons
    C. frontal attach
    D. scorched-earth policy
    D. scorched-earth policy
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  10. what did klemens von mertternich no want to accomplish at the congress of vienna

    A. create the beginnings of a european democracy
    B. strength coutries surrounding france to prevent future french aggression
    C. create a balance of power in europe
    D. restore europes royal families to their thrones
    A. create the beginnings of a european democracy
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  11. what was one important effect resulting from the political changes made at the congress of vienna?

    A. nationalistic feelings grew in countries placed under foreign rule
    B. russia and prussia joined forces to control france
    C. monarchs in Austria, Russia, and prussia agreed to share power with elected
    D. fance managed to retain control over the netherlands
    A. nationalistic feelings grew in countries placed under foreign rule
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  12. the independance movement in latin america was spearheaded by

    A. the spanish
    B. the creoles
    C. the peninsulares
    D. the mulattos
    B. the creoles
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  13. in early 19th century euope, the liberals wanted

    A. the abolish formal government and replace it with anarch
    B. to protect the traditional monarchies of europe
    C. to limit the influence of buiness leaders and merchants
    D. to give more power to elected parliaments
    D. to give more power to elected parliaments
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  14. in the 1860's, the expansion of prussia was achieved under the leadership of

    A. king victor emmanuel II
    B. giuseppe garibaldi
    C. otto von bismarck
    D. frederick william IV
    C. otto von bismarck
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  15. camillo di cavour expanded piedmont-sardinia's power and also

    A. unified italy
    B. conquered part of france
    C. took control of venetia
    d. all of the above
    A. unified italy
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  16. which of the following men led a revolt of enslaved africans in saint domingue

    A. jose de san martin
    B. jose maria morelos
    C. giuseppe garibaldi
    D. toussaint L'Ouverture
    D. toussaint L'Ouverture
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  17. which of the following was probably NOT influenced by nationalism during the 1800s?

    A. an empire granting long-needed social reforms
    B. groups uniting against an oppressive monarchy
    C. an empire that crumbles into independent states
    D. groups accepting a long-established form of government
    D. groups accepting a long-established form government
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  18. which of the following statement would otto von bismarck probably NOT agree with

    A. military force should be used to achieve political gain
    B. it is the destiny of the weak to be devoured by the strong
    C. a ruler should never violate the constitiution of his of her country
    D. manufacturing political "incidents" is acceptiable if it achieves a worthy goal
    A. militry force should be used to achieve political gain
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  19. by 1871 there was a shift in power in europe, which nation changed?

    A. britain replaced germany
    B. germany replaced france
    C. prussia became germany
    D. italy replaced prussia
    C. prussia became germany
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  20. which of the following would most likely have been a radical in the 1800?

    A. a port student who has read extensively about democracy
    B. a wealthy buisness man who wants to give his country's parliament more power
    C. a nobleman who is realted to his countrys king
    D. a prosperous land owner who owns less than 10,000 acres
    A. a poor student who had read extensively about democracy
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  21. which of the following led to the formation of the seocond reich

    a. ruthless leadership
    b. friendly diplomatic realations with france
    b. the power of the german parliament
    d. all of the above
    a. ruthles leadership
  22. what was the industrial revolution

    A. increased populations of urban areas during the 1800s
    B. increased output of machine-made goods what began in england during the 18th-century
    C. a widespread use of teenagers as factory laborers who worked 14 hour days, 6 days a week
    D. increased purcheses of land by wealthy landowners to cultivate larger fields
    B. increased output of machine-made goods that began in england during the 18th-century
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  23. which of the following was a result of the agircultural revolution

    a. many small farmers became tenant farmers or moved to cities
    b. enclosures became landmarkds of wealthy landowners
    c. landowners experimented with new agricultural methods
    d. all of the above are true
    d. all of the above are true
  24. what were the three factors of poduction required to drive the industrial revolutiaon

    A.raw materials, natural resources, man-made goods
    B. government, military, colonies
    C. land, labor, capital
    D. road, railway, and water transport
    C. land, labor, capital
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  25. what is the laissez-faire policy

    a. a policy that allowed labor to set owrking conditions based on votes on issues relevant to their industry
    b. a policy where labor created a committee to set working standards without interference from industry owners
    c. a policy that taugh owners of industry how to set working conditionas without government interference
    d. a policy that let owner of industry set working conditions without government interference
  26. how did britains economy affect the process of industrialization?
    A.positively, by britain allowing women and children to work long hours and grow wealthy
    B. negatively, by britatins overseas expansion, which took jobs away from the british citizens
    C. negatively, by britatins decision to forbid engineers, mechanics and toolmakers to leave the country
    D.positively, by britains highly developed banking system, availability of loans, and climate of progress
    D. positively, by britains highly developed banking system, availabilty of loans, and climate of progress
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  27. waht was the impact of the steam engine on the production of british goods?
    A. it enabed the mining industry to work more efficienly without the need for workers
    B. it launched the railway age that brought the transportation of people and materials to a new level
    C. it allowed small ferries to monopolize the transport of raw materials through english canals
    d. all of the above are true
    B. it launched the railway age that brought the transport of people and materials to a new level
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  28. which of the following was NOT a legislative reform in the 1800s
    A.the mines act prevented woment and children under the age of nine
    B. in england, it became illegal to hire children under the age of nine
    C. the supremem court created social security to support retired workers
    D. the supreme court of the united states objected to a federal child labor law
    C. the supreme court created social security to support retired workers
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  29. what were the long-term effects of marx and engels's the communist manifesto
    A. marx and engels's predictions proved correct as a economic forces alone ruled society
    B. during the 1848 and 1849 revolts shook europe but were suppressed
    C. in the 1900s, marxism inspired revolutionaries such as russias lenin
    D. working classes worldwide demanded a "dictatorship of the proletariat"
    C. in teh 1900s, marxism inspired revolutinaries such as russia's lenin
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  30. which of the following statements are true of socialism and communism?
    A. socialism and communism are two words for the same ideoligy
    B. socialism and communism are two completely different and unrelated ideologies
    C. communism is a form of complete socialism in which the people own all production and property
    D. communism gives control of a country to its people and socialism gives control of industry to the people
    C. communism is a form of complete socialism in which the people own all production and property
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  31. which of the following was an important factor leading to greek independence in 1830
    A. the decline of the russian empire
    B. greek dominance of mediteranean maritime trade
    C.ottoman support of greek nationalism
    D. the serbian revolt
    E. european popular opinion inspired by a classical revival
    E. european popular opinion inspired by a classical revival
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  32. which if the following was most central to the development of the early industrial revolution
    A. the replacement of iron by steel
    B. the shift from human and animal power to mechanical power
    C. the decline of individual enterprise in favor of cooperative efforts
    D. the substitution of unionized for independent labo
    E. the shift from coal to ail-fired forges
    B. the shift from human and animal power to mechanical power
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  33. at the congress of vienna, a principle that guided the deliberations of the diplomats was
    A. imperialism
    B.self-determanation
    C. balance of power
    D. liberalism
    E. utilitarianism
    C. balance of power
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  34. urban life in the major european cities during the industrial revolution was characterized by
    a. rapid social mobility among recent migrants from the countryside
    d. overcrowded living conditions and unsafe working conditions for the working poor
    c. the adoption of laissez-faire attitudes by industrial workers
    d. government control of major industrial companies
    e. an increase in the nobilitys power over the urban population
    b. overcrowded living conditions and unsafe working conditions for the working poor
  35. european liverals in the first half of the 19C typically supported
    A. women's suffrage
    B. the establishment of overseas colonies to improve conditions at home
    C. accident and unemployment insurance
    D. a written consitution and wider suffrage
    E. the right of workers to unionize and strike
    D. a written consitution and wider suffrage
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  36. napoleon bonaparte's repressive occupation sparked a violent popular revolt in
    A. great britain
    B. poland
    C. spain
    D. italy
    E. austria
    C. spain
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  37. the basic goal of napoleons continental system was to
    A. weaken english economically
    B. unite france and spain
    C. unify germany
    D. conquer italy
    E. isolate russia diplomatically
    A. weaken england economically
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  38. the meeting of the estates-general in 1789 marked a significant step toward revolution in france because it
    A.revealted the extent of papal influence on the french royal family
    B. provide a legitimate forum for critics of the old regime
    C. gave the clergy and the nobility an opportunity to overthrow the monarchy
    D. exposed the plans of louis XVI to abdicate in favor of his son
    E. included a proposal to confiscate on the french royal family
    B. provide a legitimate forum for critics of the old regime
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  39. the American Revolution played a major role in european history because it
    A. led spain to repudiate its alliances with france and great britain
    B. inspired the united irish rebellion
    C. precipitated the french fiscal crisis that led to the calling of the estates-general
    D. inspired englands glorious revolution
    E. created a new balance of power in favor of great britain
    C. precipitated the french fiscal crisis that led to the calling of the estates-general
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  40. which of the following best describes the french third estate?
    A. counterrevolutionary provinces that resisted the national assembly
    B. the non-noble, nonclerical section of the estates-general
    C. the nobility of the robe, who acquired nobal rank by purchase
    D. the revolutionary faction that launched the reign of terror
    E. the palace at the tuileries, which was the chief royal residence after versailles and the Louvre
    B. the non-noble, nonclerical section of the estates-general
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  41. what was the main economic activity in new france
    A. building a fur trade
    B. creating long-term colonial investment
    C. finding religious freedom
    D. finding gold and spices
    A.building a fur trade
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  42. why did europeans see africans as a better a source of labor than native americans
    A. africans had to experience in farming, so they wouldn't try to do things their way
    B. africans were strangers in the americans, so they wouldn't have allies of places to hide
    C. africans were already christians, so they didn't to be converte
    D. africans had complete immunity to all diseases, so they wouldn't die off
    B. africans were already christains, so they didn't have to be converted
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  43. what was the purpose of most of the joint-stock companies of the 1500s and 1600s
    A. funding colonies in the americas
    B. funding the digging of gold mines
    C. financing wars in africa
    D. paying for the building of slave ships
    A. funding colonies in the americas
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  44. where in the americas did christopher columbus lang first
    A. the coast of what is today panama
    B. the southern tip of south america
    C. the eastern coast of north america
    D. an island in the caribbean sea
    D. an island in the caribbean sea
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  45. what did the encomienda system provide for new spain
    A. more settlers
    B. more land
    C. a cheap labor source
    D. military protection
    C. a cheap labor source
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  46. to maintain a favorable balance of trade, in the comparing exports and imports, it is the value of the imports that must be higher
    true or false?
    false, exports
  47. the middle passage of the triangular trade system began in eurtope and ended in the west indies, north america, or south america
    true or false?
    flase, africa
  48. one of the long-term effects of the african slave trade was the introduction of quns into african continent
    true or false?
    true
  49. the global transfer of foods, plants, and animals during the colonization of the americas is known as the columbian exchange
    true or false?
    true
  50. the economic system of mercantillism is based on private ownership and the investment of wealth for profit
    true or false?
    fasle, capitalism
  51. how did slavery in african and muslim societies differ from slavery in the americas
    A. the slavery in africa and muslim societies was based primarily one race
    B. people in african and muslim societies could not escape their slavery
    C. enslaved people in african and muslim societies could not rise socially
    D. slavery in the americas was based on race and was hereditary
    D. slavery in the americas was based on race and was hereditary
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  52. how was africa affected by the atlantic slave trade
    A. kings were able to stop rebellions with the firearms they received in trade
    B. african civilizations became safer because they captured and traded away their criminals
    C. all african countries prospered from the trade and grew to be world poweres
    D. many cultures lost their fittest members, and families were torn apart
    D. many cultures lost their fittest member, and families were torn apart
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  53. what concept was the belief in "divine right" used to support
    A. absolute rule
    B. freedom of religion
    C. waging war for religious purposes
    D. separation of church and state
    A. absolute rule
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  54. which war was sparked by religious conflict and resulted in the increased power of france, the weakening of spain and austria, and the devastation of germany
    A. the war of the austrian succession
    B. the war of the spanish succession
    C. the thirty years' war
    D. the seven years' war
    C. the thirty years' war
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  55. which of the following did the glorious revolution bringing to englands throne
    A. william and mary
    B. James II
    C. Charles I
    D. james I
    A. william and mary
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  56. by the end of the 1600s, what had englands system of government because
    A. a constitutional monarchy
    B. a constitutional democracy
    C. an absolute monarchy
    D. a military dictatorshi
    A. a constitutional monarchy
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  57. what king became frances most powerful ruler and boasted "i am the state"?
    A. Henry IV
    B. louis IXV
    C. Louis IX
    D. henry II
    B. louis IXV
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  58. european monarch became absolute rulers in response to which of the following
    A. the growth and increased power of nobilities and representatives bodies
    B. religious and territorial conflicts that caused warfare and revolts
    C. heavy tax budens that were levied to support trade and colonial growth
    D. the increased size of courts and new government bureaucracies
    B. religious and territorial conflicts that caused warfare and revolts
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  59. after the northern dutch gained their freedom from spain, what type of government did the united provinces of the netherlands establish
    A. an absolute monarchy
    B. a republic
    C. a military dictatorship
    D. a consitutional monarchy
    B. a republic
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  60. which of the following did the restoration "restore" to power in england
    A. the monarchy, as an instituiton
    B. the king who had been overthrown in the civil war
    C. parliament
    D. the catholics
    A. the monarchy, as an institution
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  61. what did frederick the great believe a ruler should be?
    A. all-powerful and unrelenting
    B. suspicious of his advisers
    C. a military commander
    D. a father to his people
    D. a father to his people
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  62. what was peter the great the first russian ruler to make an effort to do
    A. organized and utilize a secret police force
    B. add territory to the russian state
    C. reduce the powe of the nobles
    D. westernize russia
    D. westernize russia
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  63. which of the following reflects the chronological order of events in english history
    A. the restoration-the english civil war- the glorious revolution
    B. the english civil war-the glorious revolution- the restoration
    C. the english civil war- the restoration-the glorious revolution
    D. the glorious revolution-the restoration-the english civil war
    C. the english civil war-the restoration-the glorious revolution
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  64. what problem helpe to weaken the spanish empire
    A. spanish kings borrowed money from england and fance to finance wars
    B. spain developed a highly influential middle class and lost its nobility
    C. spanish kings refused to declare bankruptcy or repay their debts
    D. spain experienced a period of severe inflaiton and heavy taxed
    D. spain experienced a period of severe inflation and heavy taxes
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  65. what was the significance of the english bill of rights
    A. it made clear the limits of royal power
    B. it established the group of government ministers known as the cabinet
    C. it restored power to the monarch
    D. it allowed for the bloodless overthrow of king james II
    A. it made clear the limits of royal power
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  66. how did the puritans finally win the english civil war?
    A. cromwell won support of parliament and was appointed dictator
    B. cromwell's army defeated the royalists, and the puritans held the king prisoner
    C. cromwell stormed the castle and seized charles I
    D. cromwell killed charles I and appointed himself dictator
    B. cromwells army defeated the royalist, and the puritans held the king prisoner
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  67. the helocentric, or sun-centered, theory was proposed by
    A. francis bacon
    B. galileo galilei
    C. nicolaus copernicus
    D. isaac newton
    C. nicolaus copernics
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  68. francis bacon helped to develop
    A. the barometer
    B. the sientific method
    C. the law of the pendulum
    D. the microscope
    B. the scientific method
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  69. isaac newton explained the
    A. law of the universal gravitation
    B. the function of blood vessel
    C. chemical composition of matter
    D. anatomy of the human body
    A. law of universal gravitation
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  70. which of the following did the enlighenment promote
    a. a belief in progress
    b. a more secular outlook
    c. faith in science
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  71. which of the following men contradicted the ideas in the U.S. constitution
    A. baron de montesquieu
    B. john locke
    C. thomas hobbes
    D. denis dideriot
    C. thomas hobbes
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  72. which of the following did the censors of the catholic church ban
    A. don giovanni
    B. tom jones
    C. the encyclopdeia
    d. all of the above
    C. the encyclopedia
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  73. which of the following were caused by the scienfic revolution
    A. the belief that the earth was unmoving object at the center of the universe
    B. the reliance on ancient authorities to explain the physical world
    C. the assumption that that the human body was similar to the the anatomy of other animals
    D. improvements in medicine and scientific instruments
    D. improvements in medicine and scientific instruments
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  74. how did the declaration of independence embody enlightenment ideals
    A. it stated that all titles of nobility should be abolished
    B. it protected the rights of the accused and prohibited cruel punishment
    C. it said that people have rights of life, liverty, and the pursuit of happiness
    D. it set up a system of checks and balances for the U.S. government
    C. it said that people have rights of life, liverty, and the pursuit of happiness
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  75. the portuguese armada was defeated in 1588 by stormy weather and the englsih navy
    true or false?
    false, spanish
  76. during the 1600s, the spanish gradually replaced the italians as the bankers of europe
    true or false?
    flase, dutch
  77. philip II believed it was his duty to defend protestantism from its enemies in europe and the ottoman empire
    true or false?
    false, catholosism
  78. hernando cortes marched his force of about 600 men through mexico to conquer the aztec empire
    true or false?
    true
  79. francisco pizarro and his army defeated the inca by killing a largely unarmed group and then kidnapping and murdering their king
    true or false?
    true
  80. the encomiendas were spanish explorers who conquered and colonized areas of what are now mexico. south america, and the united states
    true or false?
    false, conquistadors
  81. before 1700 spain governed its american colonies through a system of
    A. appointed administrators
    B. elected presidents
    C. written consitutions
    D. chartered companies
    E. independent merchants
    A. appointed administrators
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  82. which of the following is most likely to have influenced eighteenth-century population trends in both europe and china
    A. innovation in birth control measures
    B. improvement in surgical procedures
    C. introduction of western hemisphere crops
    D. a sharp decline in average global temperatures
    E. the rise of parliamentary governments
    C. introduction of western hemisphoere crops
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  83. which of the following most accurately describes the political system of the dutch republic of the seventeenth century
    A. popular democracy
    B. rule by yeoman farmers
    C. rule by wealthy merchants
    D. rule by an absolute monarch
    E. control by feudal lords
    D. rule by an absolute monarch
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  84. galileo was found guilty of hersy and condemned by the inquisition on the grounds that he
    A. left the roman catholic church and because a protestant
    B. used his telescope to explore the heavens
    C. actively supported the gallican cause in france against papal supremacy
    D. discovered the law of the universal gravitation
    E. publicly advocated copernicus' heliocentric system
    E. publicly advocated copernicus' heliocentric system
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  85. english entrepreneurs financed the establishment of new world colonies primary through
    A. money and materials borrowed from the dutch
    B.private funds from the creation of the joint-stock companies
    C.subsidies and loans from the royal family
    D. profits received from pirate activities and attacks on spanish fleets
    E. investment funds from european national banks
    B. private funds from the creation of joint-stock companies
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  86. which of the following is most characteristics of voltairs ideas
    A. the branches of government should be balanced
    B. the general will is the ideal basis for good government
    C. empiricism and religious tolerance are to be celebrated
    D. sensory experience can never be varified
    E. future progress is inevitable and limitless
    C. empiricism and religious tolerance are to be celebrated
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  87. a primary goal of philip II of spain was to
    A. stengthen the spanish economy
    B. create a monarchy accessible to the people
    C. reunite the spanish and austrian hapsburg empires
    D. grant toleration to religious minorities
    E. maintain spaish control of the netherlands
    E. maintain spanish control of the netherlands
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  88. which of the following best helps to explain the economic and political decline of spain during the seventeenth ccentury
    A. the secret treatybetween england and france to embargo the ports of the iberian peninsula
    B. the extensive battle waged in the iverian peninsule between the imperial forces and various coalition of protestants
    C. the advocacy of religious toleration by the spanish rulers to promote the immigration of non-catholice groups into spain
    D. the extension of the empire's commitments beyond its resources
    E. the collective security measures implemented by cardinal richelieu in order to prevent the spread of catholicism
    D. the extension of the empires commitments beyond its resources
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  89. jean-jacques rousseau differed significantly from other enlightenment philosophes in his
    A. emphasis on the importance of science to social progress
    B. belief in determinism
    C. belief in the divine right of kings
    D. emphasis on emotions and his admiration for nature
    E. belief in traditional religious customs
    D. emphasis on emotions and his admiration of nature
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  90. "kings are justly called gods fo that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth"
    which of the following was most likey to agree with this statement
    A. george III of england
    B. sir thomas more
    C. james I of england
    D. pope pius IX
    E. Napoleon III of france
    C. james I of England
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  91. the leading economic center of early seventeenth century europe was
    A. prague
    B. rome
    C. london
    D.hamburg
    E. amsterdam
    E. amsterdam
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  92. the columbian exchange involved which of the following new connections in the era 1450-1750
    A. african population to the wstern hemisphere; western hemisphere food to europe and africa; african and european diseases to the western hemisphere
    B. western hemisphere technology to africa; aftrican food to europe; european population to western hemisphere
    C. european food to the western hemisphere; western hemisphere diseases to europe;african population to europe
    D. european technology to africa; western hemisphere population to africa; african food to the western ehmisphere
    A. african population to the wstern hemisphere; western hemisphere food to europe and africa; african and european diseases to the western hemisphere
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  93. portuguese commercial expansion overseas in the sixteenth century resulted in
    A. the discovery of the christian ruler of ethiopia, prester john
    B. seizure of muslim coastal forst to serve as portuguese trading posts and military bases
    C. the destruction of the dutch east india company
    D. military conflicts with arab explorers over the religious conversion of indigenous peoples
    E. the sacking of istanbul by portuguese explorers
    B. seizure of muslim coastal forst to serve as portuguese trading posts and military bases
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  94. which of the following best describes the french edict of nantes(1998)?
    A. it led to the establishment of french colonies in north america
    B. it led to fifty years of violent peasant rebellions
    C.it provided limited political and religious liberties for french huguenots
    D. it signaled the end of the french territorail expansion for a century
    E. it granted legal equality to all classes in france
    C.it provided limited political and religious liberties for french huguenots
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  95. religious change in the 17th C Netherlands led to
    A.a rebirth of fresco painting in the churches
    B. and emphasis on decorative rather than fine arts
    C. great vitality in intellectual and artistic life
    D. the establishment of official censorship to purge catholic influences from the art
    E. the excluion of women artists from portriat painting
    C. great vitality in intellectual and artistic life
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