Quiz 4 - HIST 100: Western Civilization Sections 001 and...

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HIST 100: Western Civilization Sections 001 and 002 Quiz 4, December 3, 2008 Prof. Nicholas Wolf 30 minutes **Write all answers in your bluebook** Part 1, Multiple Choice : Please select the correct answer from the following choices. (10 pts; 2 pts each) 1. All of the following were factors in the industrialization of western society in the early 19 th century EXCEPT (select ONE): a) Intense population growth at rates that led to doubling and even tripling of populations in half a century. b) Powerful new inventions such as the internal combustion engine and light bulb that enabled well-lighted factories to run non-stop. c) Growing urbanization that concentrated people in central areas where factories could be built and staffed. d) Sophisticated financial infrastructures and excess capital accumulated through 17 th century trade and colonialism 2. The Great Exhibition, staged in 1851, was politically and economically significant for which of the following reasons (select ALL THAT APPLY):
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Quiz 4 - HIST 100: Western Civilization Sections 001 and...

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