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The Scientific Revolution had an impact on the growth of democratic ideas because
a) Scientists became interested in politics b) The reasoning methods developed for science were applied to political systems c) Donald Trump's hair is unexplainable d)
Diseases such as Small pox and measles came from:
a) The New World b) The Old World c) d)
Turkeys and llamas came from:
a) The New World b) The Old World c) d)
Corn and potatoes came from:
a) The New World b) The Old World c) d)
Grain, rice, and bananas came from:
a) The New World b) The Old World c) d)
Horses, cows, chickens, and pigs came from:
a) The New World b) The Old World c) d)
A main source of manufactured goods in 17th and 18th century Europe was:
a) monasteries b) urban factories c) African colonies d) cottage industries
Under capitalism, colonies are no longer considered necessary.
a) True b) False c) d)
This French philosopher stated that all knowledge must begin with doubt.
a) Hobbes b) Locke c) Descartes d) Adams
In the mercantilist system, the home or mother countries got what from the colonies?
a) Slaves b) Raw materials c) Manufactured goods d) Jag bucks
What paper was written by Thomas Jefferson that was based on the Magna Carta and argued that all people were born with natural rights?
a) The Declaration of Independence b) The Columbian Exchange c) The Madera Tribune d) The Adams Proclamation
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