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The Enlightenment was also known as "the Age of
Reason
Enlightenment thinkers who looked for natural laws to define a rational economic system were known as
philosophes
A social gathering in which artists and thinkers exchangd ideas were called
Salons
________________ believed that community interests should be placed above the good of the individual
Rousseau
What do we call the restriction of ideas and information?
censorship
The principle of ____________ ___________ states that all government power comes from the people
popular sovereignty
____________________ held the common view that men were superior to women
Montesquieu
allowing business to operate with little or no government interference is called
laissez faire
Colonists held the Boston Tea Party to protest the enforcement of British Taxes T/F
True
Men and women were treated equally during the Enlightenment period T/F
False
Robideaux chapt 5 test pt. 2 short answer
cut apart and study
Adam Smith was an economist that tried to show how manufacturing, trade, wages, profits, and economic growth were linked to supply and demand. T/F
true
An oligarchy is a government in which the power belongs to a few people T/F
True
Fredrick the Great helped to create a new style of classical composition T/F
False
Catholics in Ireland were treated well and given free land and allowd to teach. T/F
False
Salons were one area of 18th century life that women controlled t/F
True
The Declaration of Independence reflects the ideas of religious leaders T/F
False
Two styles of art during the Enlightenment were baroque and rococo T/F
True
To protect against Enlightenment ideas, government and church officials imposed censorship. T/F
True