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1 US History AP – Review Test 2 The Rise of the Atlantic World, 1400 - 1625 1. How did Columbus react to the natives when he reached the Western Hemisphere? [A] He thought they were gullible fools. [B] He thought they were descendants of earlier Viking explorers. [C] He thought they could be Christianized and become good servants. [D] He thought they were descendants of the lost tribe of Israel. [E] all of these 2. In general, European society in the sixteenth century was [A] hierarchical. [B] communistic. [C] egalitarian. [D] matriarchal. [E] all of these 3. At the time of the first European contacts in the Western Hemisphere, peasants composed about what percentage of Europe’s population? [A] less than 10 percent [B] over 90 percent [C] less than one percent [D] between 70 percent and 80 percent [E] between 40 percent and 50 percent 4. The Puritans wished to reform the Church of England by [A] clearly distinguishing between the clergy and the congregation. [B] purging the church of Quaker influences. [C] discouraging laypersons from interfering in church affairs. [D] reverting to purer Roman Catholic rituals. [E] purifying it of Roman Catholic rituals. 5. A major difference between Separatist and non-Separatist Puritans was over [A] acceptance or rejection of slavery. [B] full participation by women in church affairs. [C] the necessity of a conversion experience. [D] the acceptability of extra-marital sex. [E] advocacy or rejection of a state church. 6. The Puritan conversion experience required [A] self-denial. [B] self-examination. [C] public profession of grace. [D] repentance. [E] all of these 7. In England, Puritanism’s primary appeal lay among the [A] Catholic leadership, Spanish exiles, and Lutheran dissenters. [B] doctors, lawyers, and architects. [C] desperate poor, social outcasts, and criminal classes. [D] titled nobility, military elite, and government bureaucracy. [E] shopkeepers, yeoman farmers, and university-educated intellectuals.
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2 8. The West African empires prior to 1600 [A] were infested with tsetse flies and therefore unable to develop a state bureaucracy. [B] were generally warrior states with little inclination to develop agriculture. [C] engaged in vigorous trade, were Islamic, and were known for their wealth. [D] were ruled over by kings whose absolute political power was based on the ruthless use of force. [E] had no written language and no transportation infrastructure. 9. Which of the following is not true of both African and Indian religion? [A] Both venerated departed forebears as spiritual guardians. [B] Both placed great importance on practicing magic and placating spiritual powers. [C] Both believed in witches. [D] Both recognized spiritual presences pervading nature.
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