Chapter 4 Life In Colonial America Test Review Part III: Question Preview (ID: 17685)


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rights that every person is born with including life, liberty and property
a) natural law b) natural rights c) social contract d) divine right
the philosopher who supported teh idea of natural rights and social contract
a) Baron de Montesquieu b) Thomas Hobbs c) John Locke d) Jean Jaque Roussou
something that is always true: like all people will age and eventually die
a) natural rights b) natural law c) social contract d) divine right
the splitting of government power into three branches: executive, judicial, and legislative
a) social contract b) democracy c) separation of powers d) division of rights
The idea that government's job is to protect teh natural rights of citizens and that if they do not, government can be overthrown in part of the
a) social contract b) divine right c) natural rights d) natural law
The form of government that John Locke thought was best was
a) absolute monarchy b) constitutional monarchy c) democracy d) dictatorship
The philosopher who believed that people are basically evil and we need absolute monarchy to keep us from destroying each other was
a) Baron de Montesquieu b) John Locke c) Baron de Montesquieu d) Thomas Hobbs
The philosopher who believed that we must separate the power of government into three branches to prevent the government from abusing its power was
a) Ben Fraklin b) Thomas Hobbs c) Baron de Montesquieu d) John Locke
The belief that a monarch's power comes from God is called
a) divine intervention b) divine right c) natural rights d) natural law
The upper class of colonial society were called the
a) middle class b) poor c) gentry d) indentured servants
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