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The system of checks and balances is best illustrated by the power of
a) the President to veto a bill passed by Congress b) Congress to censure one of its members c) a governor to send the National Guard to stop a riot d) state and Federal gov-ernments to levy and collect taxes
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights;' This quotation is evidence that some of the basic ideas in the Declaration of Independence were
a) limitations of the principles underlying most European governments of the 1700’s. b) adaptations of the laws of Spanish colonial governments in North America. c) adoptions of rules used by the Holy Roman Empire. d) reflections of the philosophies of the European Enlightenment.
When a country’s constitution requires the branches of government to remain independent of each other, it is adhering to the constitutional principle of
a) popular sovereignty. b) separation of powers c) federalism d) direct democracy.
Between 1815 and 1848, the Congress of Vienna and the Concert of Europe suppressed nationalism by
a) ensuring a balance of power between nations and restoring old borders and conservative leaders b) promoting democratic institutions. c) sharing colonies among the great powers. d) establishing international economic ties.
What was one factor that enabled Napoleon to seize control of France?
a) the weakness of the French government b) the endorsement by foreign governments c) the support Napoleon received from French aristocrats d) the strong democratic reforms Napoleon advocated
Which of these first demonstrated that popular protest would play a role in the French Revolution?
a) the reign of the Committee of Public Safety b) the trial of Louis XIV c) the fall of the Bastille d) the Civil Constitution of the Clergy
When members of the Third Estate took the Tennis Court Oath (1789) at the start of the French Revolution, they were attempting to
a) establish a military government b) draft a new national constitution. c) restore the king to power. d) persuade Napoleon to take power.
The principles of the American Revolution and the French Revolution are similar in many ways. Which of the following best summarizes their similarities?
a) Both favored representative governments. b) Both limited voting rights to an economic elite. c) Both retained certain hereditary rights for aristocrats. d) Both supported equal rights for women
Unlike the French Revolution, the American Revolution produced
a) women’s suffrage. b) short-term military rule. c) strategic alliances. d) a lasting constitution.
Which leader was inspired by the ideas of the American Revolution and the Enlightenment to lead the liberation of much of South America from Spain?
a) Simón Bolívar b) Padre Miguel Hidalgo c) José Martí d) Antonio López de Santa Anna
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