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Introduction to Revolutions Review

Quiz by Lauren Casteen

High School
World History
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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  • Q1
    Which of these best defines "revolution"?
    a violent overthrow of a government
    a rebellion by the people
    a drastic or major change
    a slow change over time
  • Q2
    What is the first step shared by all revolutions?
    People learn of new alternatives to the way they've been doing things
    Those in power push back against change
    People challenge the status quo
    There is conflict among different groups
  • Q3
    Which of the following is NOT true about all revolutions?
    Those in power usually want things to stay the same
    People must first learn about new ideas
    There is some sort of resolution at the end
    They always involve violent conflict
  • Q4
    Which of these is true about the Scientific Revolution?
    It was a conflict between the Catholic and Protestant Church
    The Catholic Church remained the most powerful force in society
    Church leaders supported scientific discoveries
    People began using their powers of observation to learn about the world
  • Q5
    Which of these is true about the American Revolution?
    It was a political revolution where a new country broke off and became independent
    It was the first political revolution in history
    It was an intellectual revolution without violent conflict
    It replaced the English monarchy with a democracy

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