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  • Q1
    Enlightenment thinkers contributed to changes in relationships between citizens and governments through their belief that...
    governments are instituted to protect citizens’ rights.
    most changes in government are dangerous.
    popular liberties should be limited by the need for social order.
    absolute monarchy is the most effective form of government.
  • Q2
    What did William and Mary agree to when becoming joint monarchs of the English throne in 1688?
    agreeing to ally with Napoleon
    agreeing to a joint session of Parliament
    signing the Magna Carta
    signing the English Bill of Rights
  • Q3
    The revolution in France at the end of the 18th century was responsible for
    inspiring other revolution, like in Latin America.
    ending the era of the Enlightenment.
    ending British rule in Normandy.
    causing the American Revolution.
  • Q4
    Which movement inspired the French Revolution?
    Napoleonic Conquests
    The Renaissance
    The Enlightenment
    The Russian Revolution
  • Q5
    "We should have a great many fewer disputes in the world if words were taken for what they are, the signs of our ideas only, and not for things themselves." What is John Locke pointing to as a solver of worldly disputes in this quote?
    the use of reason
    the use of diplomacy
    the spread of knowledge
    the use of words
  • Q6
    Which one of these statements BEST characterizes the central idea of the Enlightenment?
    Logic and reason are capable of solving social and political problems.
    The established political order should remain unchanged.
    Art should reflect emotion, not the human form.
    A person's eternal salvation is determined by faith alone.
  • Q7
    Historians have regarded the American Revolution as being of worldwide importance because it...
    marked the successful emergence of a new concept in government.
    was led by people of recognized intellectual ability.
    was won without foreign military assistance.
    ended European imperialism in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Q8
    The political theory that people form governments for their mutual protection and that government rules only with the consent of those people is known as...
    social contract theory.
    divine right theory.
  • Q9
    The “Rule of Law” states that
    a just government derives its power from the governed.
    there should be no barriers to the right to vote.
    a country’s citizens are the source of the government's power.
    all people, including those who govern, must obey the law.
  • Q10
    Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton all supported which idea from the Scientific Revolution?
    geocentric theory
    law of gravity
    heliocentric theory
    law of planetary motion
  • Q11
    Sir Isaac Newton revolutionized the way people understood the universe in the seventeenth century when he proved that the... sun's gravity keeps the planets within their orbits.
    sun's gravity keeps the planets within their orbits.
    planets revolve around the sun.
    earth revolves around the sun.
    planets are held in place by an invisible shield.
  • Q12
    Copernicus' heliocentric view of the universe was different from popular scientific views of the 16th century because... the earth was thought to be the center of the universe, rather than the sun.
    humans were thought to be at the mercy of the gods.
    most people thought there was no outside universe.
    the moon was thought to be the center of the universe, rather the sun.
    the earth was thought to be the center of the universe, rather than the sun.
  • Q13
    According to John Locke, if the government failed to protect natural rights, what did citizens have a right to do?
    To overthrow the government and establish a new one
    To divide the government into three separate parts
    To create a direct democracy and allow individuals to govern
    To elect new government leaders to rule the country
  • Q14
    Why are authoritarian and totalitarian systems considered unlimited governments?
    The people under those systems are allowed to elect their government leaders.
    Those systems protect individual freedoms.
    The government leaders have absolute power.
    Those systems have one branch that checks the powers of the other branches.
  • Q15
    What led to England's transition from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy?
    Thomas Hobbes's social contract
    The Glorious Revolution
    The French and Indian War (Seven Years War)
    John Locke's natural rights

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