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CHAPTER 22 The Revolution in Energy and Industry SELF-TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Do not assume that these questions will appear on any examination. It is recommended that you not memorize these questions, but use them only as a self - test. Answers are at the end of this book. 1. Which of the following people was part of the romantic movement of the nineteenth century? a. George Sand b. Count Metternich c. Louis Blanc d. John Stuart Mill e. Alexis de Tocqueville 2. The British Corn Laws were passed to give economic advantage to the a. landed aristocracy. b. middle class. c. urban working class. d. urban poor. e. agricultural workers. 3. The term dual revolution refers to a. political revolution in France and Russia. b. an economic and political revolution. c. a joint revolution in improved health care and population increase. d. a revolution in both literature and music. e. revolution and counter - revolution. 4. Which of the following statements about the peace settlement worked out at the Congress of Vienna is true? a. It was harsh toward the defeated French and rejected the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy. b. France gained a few colonies in addition to territories it had conquered in Italy, Germany, and the Low Countries. c. Belgium and Holland were united, and Prussia received territory on France ' s eastern border. d. The delegates main goal was to punish France. e. Russia lost some western territory to Poland. 5. The problem that almost led to war among the major powers in 1815 was a. the refusal of France to participate in the Vienna conference. b. the refusal of Russia to participate in the Vienna conference. c. the British takeover of the South American trade routes. d. Russian and Prussian territorial demands. e. the traditional idea about balance of power. 6. The major demand of the English Chartists was for a. universal male suffrage. b. improved prison conditions. c. tariff protection for poor farmers. d. tort and contract reform. e. government - sponsored cooperative workshops. 7. The Holy Alliance consisted of
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a. Russia, Britain, and Austria. b. Britain, France, and Prussia. c. Prussia, Austria, and Russia. d. France, Austria, and Prussia. e. France, Spain, and the papacy. 8. Metternich ' s conservative policies prevailed in a. the Balkans. b. South America. c. western Europe. d. central Europe. e. Great Britain and its colonies. 9. Adam Smith would have been likely to agree that a. the economic interests of individuals should be subordinated to those of the state. b. monopolies are good for a state. c. increased competition benefits all classes of society. d. increasing workers ' wages is harmful in the long run. e. population will always grow too fast. 10. The Vienna peace settlement was largely the product of
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