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A key characteristic of nationalism is
a) shared culture.
b) a flag.
c) a president.
d) a supply of weapons.

By 1849, most of Europe was under the control of the
a) conservatives.
b) liberals.
c) peasants.
d) radicals.

By 1871 there was a shift in power in Europe. Which nations changed?
a) Germany replaced Prussia.
b) Italy replaced Austria.
c) Germany replaced France.
d) Russia replaced Prussia.

Camillo di Cavour expanded Piedmont-Sardinia's power and also
a) unified Italy.
b) conquered part of France.
c) took control of Venetia.
d) all of these

During the 19th century, which of the following occurred in Europe?
a) all of these
b) the decline of established empires
c) conflict between conservative and liberal movements
d) the resurgence of conservatives over liberals

Each of the following is properly matched with the artistic movement to which he or she contributed EXCEPT
a) Emile Zola-romanticism.
b) Louis Daguerre-realism.
c) Charles Dickens-realism.
d) Ludwig van Beethoven-romanticism.

How did music change during the Romantic period?
a) It became a part of middle-class life.
b) It focused on creating impressions of a moment.
c) It lost popularity.
d) It became more structured.

How were romanticism and nationalism linked?
a) National heroes and cultural pride were themes.
b) Both rejected the ideas of the liberals.
c) They were not linked to each other.
d) They both focused on solving real world problems.

How were the liberation movements in Spanish South America and Brazil similar?
a) Both involved the Creole class.
b) Both were headed by José de San Martín.
c) Both used violence.
d) Both used two armies.

How were the unifications of Italy and Germany similar?
a) Both used a provoked war and military force to unify various territories.
b) Both involved a war with both France and Austria.
c) Both took over territory controlled by the Catholic Church.
d) Both unified into an empire.

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