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UNIT 2 — MILESTONE 2 Score 16/17 You passed this Milestone 16 questions were answered correctly . 1 question was answered incorrectly . 1 What was the Currency Act of 1764 meant to accomplish? To reduce tension and establish peaceful relations between colonists and natives To stabilize the imperial economy by increasing British control of the colonial economy To reduce smuggling by making compliance with the Navigation Acts easier To increase penalties for smugglers by taking away their right to trial by jury CONCEPT The Aftermath of the French and Indian War 2 Which of the following motives was common among Loyalists? Many Loyalists remained faithful because they were native to Britain and had representation. Many Loyalists remained faithful to King George because of ideology or personal factors.
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Many Loyalists remained faithful because King George promised them representation. Many Loyalists remained faithful because they didn't think the colonies could win a war. CONCEPT Choosing Sides in the American Revolution 3 Which of the following was a positive effect of the Navigation Acts for English colonists? Colonists temporarily enjoyed a greater voice in government. Goods shipped by sea enjoyed the protection of the English Navy. Goods could be sold for fixed prices guaranteed by the government. Goods could be bought from or sold to markets in other countries. CONCEPT England Strengthens its Imperial Colonies 4 Which of the following quotations—from documents associated with the American, French and Haitian revolutions—exemplifies social contract theory? “ ...That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it...” “The demands of the citizens may always tend toward maintaining the constitution and the general welfare.” “Restored to our primitive dignity, we have asserted our rights; we swear never to yield them to any power on earth.” “...considering that ignorance, neglect or contempt of the rights of man are the sole causes of public misfortunes and governmental corruption...”
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