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Who said this: “Evil exists not because of human nature, but because of society.”
a) Locke b) Hobbes c) Voltaire d) Rousseau
Who said that people should overthrow a bad government?
a) Locke b) Hobbes c) Voltaire d) Rousseau
What was the name of the book and movie that made fun of society’s problems by telling the story of a sea voyage of a British doctor?
a) Gulliver’s travels b) Inferno c) All Quiet on the Western Front d) Teh Prince
A _______________________ is a complete and radical change.
a) concentration b) revolution c) blitzkrieg d) entagling alliance
Which of the following is a reason why a revolution might happen?
a) economic problems b) Nationalism c) social injustice d) all of these are correct
Which of the following is a reason why a revolution might happen?
a) Unpopular method of rule b) Religious intolerance c) Enlightenment ideas d) all of these are correct
What did Mr. Murray do to get the class to want to revolt?
a) danced b) made up fake school rules c) gave too much homework d) sang
Before the French Revolution, French society was divided into three _____________.
a) houses b) parliaments c) estates d) nations
Before the Revolution, which Estate paid most of the taxes?
a) First b) Second c) Third d)
Why was France in debt before the Revolution?
a) natural disaster b) government spent money on wars and Versailles c) government spent money on moon pies and penny whistles d) the lower class was not taxed
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