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In 1836, Texas fought for its independence from
a) Mexico.
b) Spain.
c) France.
d) the United States.

How might the French government of the late 1800s and early 1900s be characterized?
a) unstable
b) harsh
c) radical
d) idealistic

How did the democratic reforms in Great Britain change the government?
a) All of these are true.
b) Most adult males gained the right to vote by 1884.
c) British monarchs became symbolic rulers with no political power.
d) Political power shifted greatly to the elected House of Commons.

During the early 1900s, _____ was the British woman who formed the Women's Social and Political Union.
a) Emmeline Pankhurst
b) Queen Victoria
c) Sylvia Pankhurst
d) Marie Curie

How did California and much of the Southwest become part of the United States?
a) Mexican Cession
b) Texas annexation
c) Gadsden Purchase
d) Louisiana Purchase

Canada received the right to control its own domestic affairs when it
a) became a dominion.
b) became part of the British Empire.
c) was reunited as the Province of Canada.
d) persuaded frontier territories to join the Canadian union.

Before the reform act of 1832, who were the only British citizens who could vote?
a) owners of large landholdings
b) wealthy men
c) members of the House of Lords
d) members of the middle and upper classes

Before the passage of the Reform Bill of 1832, the percentage of the British population that had voting rights was about
a) 5%.
b) 12%.
c) 20%.
d) 35%.

Americans used the term Manifest Destiny to justify
a) westward expansion.
b) preserving the Union.
c) both sides of the slavery issue.
d) government support for industrial expansion.

Alfred Dreyfus was a French army officer who was unjustly accused of
a) selling military secrets.
b) disobeying orders.
c) cruelty toward his men.
d) cowardice under enemy fire.

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