Reformation, Renaissance, Enlightenment, And Revolutions Question Preview (ID: 59407)

Georgia Standards 9-14.

Taxation without representation of the colonies led to the
a) American Revolution
b) Latin American Revolution
c) Cuban Revolution
d) French Revolution

Which is NOT associated with the French Revolution
a) Tennis Court Oath by the 3rd Estate
b) The Directory
c) the Liberty Bell
d) the Estates General

Napoleon did all the following EXCEPT
a) established the Napoleonic Code
b) had a 100 day Reign
c) die on Elba Island
d) sold the Louisiana Territory to the US

Who proposed laissez-faire economics where the government avoids interfering in the economy
a) Adam Smith
b) Karl Marx
c) Vladimir Lenin
d) Joseph Stalin

Focus on the importance of individual people grew during the Renaissance. It was called
a) humanism
b) reformation
c) indulgences
d) Age of Discovery

Who recommended doing whatever is necessary to stay in power
a) Socrates
b) Aristotle
c) Machiavelli
d) Martin Luther

Henry VIII did which of the following because the Pope refused to allow him to divorce
a) attacked the Vatican City
b) started another branch of Christianity
c) sent assassins to kill the Pope
d) remained married to the same queen

The Enlightenment included ideas such as
a) people are corrupted by society but they deserve freedom of religion and speech
b) people should work with the government
c) people ended war and brought peace
d) more absolute rulers were popular with the people

Which of the following was NOT done by an absolute ruler
a) they strengthened their military
b) they were elected by the people of their country
c) they encouraged exporting
d) they had total unrestricted powers

As a result of the English Revolution
a) the citizens wrote their own Constitution
b) the English Bill of Rights established the superiority of Parliament over the Monarch
c) Napoleon gained control of the European Continent
d) Latin America gained its freedom

The natural rights of life, liberty, and property were proposed by
a) Louis XIV
b) Copernicus
c) Justinian
d) John Locke

Who did not support the Heliocentric Theory
a) Alexander the Great
b) Kepler
c) Galileo
d) Copernicus

During the Scientific Revolution some people were threatened with excommunication because
a) they were spies
b) they were industrialist
c) they challenged the teachings of the church
d) they were good at all kinds of things like art, music, athletics, etc.

Who disagreed with the sale of indulgences and was excommunicated
a) Niccolo Machiavelli
b) Henry VIII
c) Martin Luther
d) Hernando Cortez

What did Napoleon do which greatly reduced his effective control over Europe
a) the Napoleonic Code
b) his invasion of Russia
c) the Continental System
d) selling the Louisiana Territory

Who believed that the economy should be run by the government and property owned by the government too
a) Winston Churchill
b) Peter the Great
c) Adam Smith
d) Karl Marx

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