7A Chapter 5 Quiz_ Spr18 HIST 007A #35639 U. S. HIST TO 1876.pdf

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7A Chapter 5 QuizDueMay 9 at 11:59pmPoints50Questions50Availableuntil May 9 at 11:59pmTime LimitNoneAllowed Attempts2A±empt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreKEPTAttempt 212 minutes50 out of 50LATESTAttempt 212 minutes50 out of 50Attempt 146 minutes46 out of 50Score for this attempt:50out of 50Submitted May 1 at 12:28amThis attempt took 12 minutes.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1Thomas Paine’sCommon Senseis an important work because itargued that Parliament, not the king, was the enemy.argued that William Pitt could be reasonably dealt with.helped Americans reconcile their differences with England.persuaded Americans that no reconciliation with Britain was possible.supported the concept of the English constitution.
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2The Declaration of Independence stated that governments were formed to
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3After the initial surge of patriotism, American troops
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 5Britain enjoyed all of the following advantages in the Revolution EXCEPTthe greatest navy and the best­equipped army in the world.superior industrial resources.a coherent structure of command.None of the answers is correct; all were British advantages.greater commitment to the conflict.
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 7The choice of George Washington as commander in chief was a good one
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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 8After 1777, the British decided to focus their efforts in the South because

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