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How did people explain the world before the Scientific Revolution?
a) Superstition
b) Careful study and planning
c) Natural Laws
d) Randomization

Who was an enlightened ruler in Europe?
a) Louis XVI
b) Philip II
c) Catherine the Great
d) Conan the Barbarian

What protected the right to liberty, to work, and to one's own opinion in France?
a) Natural Laws
b) The Bill of Rights
c) Napoleonic Code
d) Manifest Destiny

What was the alliance that put an end to Napoleon's rule over the French Empire?
a) The Allied Forces
b) The Quadruple Alliance
c) The Spanish Inquisition
d) The Triple Alliance

What is the industry where cloth is made called?
a) Textiles
b) Essential Minerals
c) Eclectics
d) Polytechnics

What is a political system in which people freely elect their leaders?
a) Empire
b) Democracy
c) Monarchy
d) Communal Dictatorship

What country attempted to keep their secrets about industrialization from the rest of the world?
a) United States
b) Great Britain
c) Russia
d) Japan

What event ended the French monarchy's rule over France?
a) Storming of the Bastille
b) The Battle of Waterloo
c) The Reign of Knights
d) The American Revolution

What was Napoleon's final battle?
a) Hastings
b) Normandy
c) Waterloo
d) Paris

What are large building with many workers called?
a) Industries
b) Collective Farms
c) Factories
d) Workshops

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