The Age of Revolutions in the Atlantic World, 1776-1848

 

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The Age of Revolutions in the Atlantic World, 1776-1848

Question 1
Karl Marx predicted that Communism:
A
Would replace capitalism.
B
Would ultimately fail.
C
Would be temporary until people were ready for Democracy.
D
Would begin in Russia.

Question 2
When Immanuel Kant writes that Enlightenment is "man's emergence from his self-imposed immaturity, " he means:
A
That people are finally growing up.
B
That people are adopting new leisure activities.
C
That people are learning to interact with information and the world independently of traditional authority.
D
People need to become Athiest.

Question 3
The initial movements for Haitian independence were directed against the French "exclusif" or monopoly on trade with Haiti. It was spearheaded by .....
A
Slaves
B
"Free coloreds"
C
Plantation owners
D
Abolitionists in Haiti

Question 4
The Industrial Revolution began:
A
In France.
B
in England.
C
In Holland .
D
All of the above, simultaneously.

Question 5
Complete the sentence: For Turgot, economic freedom is equated with .....
A
free trade of goods
B
abolition of the guilds
C
rationalization of the tax system
D
All of the above

Question 6
Some argue that the American Revolution was NOT revolutionary because:
A
There were not enough casualties.
B
It was more a tax revolt than a revolution.
C
It did not fundamentally change the social structure.
D
All of the above

Question 7
The American Constitution can be understood as:
A
A legal and institutional framework.
B
A set of parameters for the elaboration and interpretation of law.
C
A set of definitions.
D
All the above

Question 8
Revolution is:
A
A cataclysmic change of all social and political relations.
B
An abomination.
C
A replacement of a governing order through mass-mobilization of non-institutional actors and an undermining of political authority.
D
The replacement of a non-representative government with a representative one.

Question 9
The Revolution stepped into historically uncharted waters with .....
A
The execution of Louis XVI
B
The Terror
C
The war against England
D
All of the above

Question 10
The Seven Years War, also known as the French and Indian War, is often understood as separate from the American Revolution if the history of the latter is told from a purely American perspective. From a more global viewpoint, however, both wars can be seen as moments of a longer conflict .....
A
Over religious doctrine
B
For political dominance of North America
C
Between Monarchy and Constitutionalism
D
For control of trade routes
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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