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The under-industrialized nations of southern and eastern Europe:
Provided food and raw materials for the industrial countries.
Compulsory elementary education eventually created a new demand for:
Teachers, female colleges, and newspapers.
Compulsory elementary education did NOT create a new demand for:
Religious Freedom.
Public education helped make people more:
Leisure oriented.
Urban populations grew for the following reasons:
More jobs brought people to the cities, improved living conditions in cities, and public works made urban life easier.
Urban populations did NOT grow for the following reason:
A desire to return to nature.
The European middle classes tended to believe in the ideals of:
Hard work and moral conduct.
Russia opposed Austria-Hungary over the 1908 annexation of:
The members of the Triple Alliance were:
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
The strongest military and industrial power in Europe by 1888 was:
The principal of ministerial responsibility states that:
The prime minister is responisible to the legislative, not executive, body.
Great Britians two party system in 1871 included:
Liberals and Conservatives.
The scientific method was:
A systematic procedure, based on collecting and analyzing evidence, and crucial to the evolution of science.
The scientific method was NOT:
Reliant on the use of ancient authorities.
Inductive reasoning involved:
Proceeding from the particular to the general.
Rene Descartes believed in one absolute truth:
His own existence.
Rationalism is the belief that:
Reason is the cheif source of knowledge.
Francis Bacon developed the:
Scientific Method.
Francis Bacon was a:
Who wrote "The Wealth of Nations"?
Adam Smith.
In "The Wealth of Nations", the following roles were given to the government:
Protection, public works, and defense.
In "The Wealth of Nations", the government was NOT given the following role:
Rosseau argued that society should be governed by:
A social contract.
Rosseau believed in:
Education fostering natural instincts, rule of the general will, and balance of the heart and mind.
Rosseau did not believe in:
Abolition of the church.
Who wrote "Encyclopedia"?
"Encyclopedia" was used to:
Attack religious superstition.
Monstesquieu's ideas were used in:
The United States Constitution.
In the War of the Austrian Succession:
Prussia invaded Austria.
Frederick the Great of Prussia:
Enlarged the army.
The concern of the eighteenth-century monarchs for a balance of power involved:
Larger armies, expanded territory, and preventing domination by one state.
The concern of the eighteenth-century monarchs for a balance of power did NOT involve:
A desire for peace.
Catherine the Great of Prussia DID:
Favor the landed nobility, enlarge the Russian Empire, and expand serfdom.
Catherine the Great of Prussia did NOT:
Reform the law code.
The first American consitution was the:
Articles of Confederation.
The three branches of government were:
Judicial, executive, and legislative.
The first consitution gave the national government:
Too little power.
The union of England and Scotland in 1707 created:
The United Kingdom of Great Britian.
The Second Estate DID:
Own 25 to 30 percent of the land, hold high positions in the government and the military, and not pay taxes.
The Second Estate did NOT:
Side with the peasents.
The Paris Bastille was:
An armory and prison.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen proclaimed:
An end to tax exemptions, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen did NOT proclaim:
Equal rights for women.
The National Assembly's Consitution of 1791:
Set up a limited monarchy.
The Paris Commune demonstrated, then seized power for the following reasons:
Defeats in war with Austria, economic shortages, and anger with the monarchy.
The Paris Commune did not sieze power for the following reason:
Loyalty to Prussia.
The Reign of Terror set up revolutionary courts to prosecute:
Enemies of the republic.