MIDTERM EXAM

MIDTERM EXAM - MIDTERM EXAM Submitted by hcha1 on 3/12/2007...

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MIDTERM EXAM   Submitted by hcha1 on 3/12/2007 10:36:32 PM    Points Awarded  17 Points Missed  3 Points Ungraded  100   Please pick only one answer for each of the following multiple choice questions. 1. How did the French and American Revolutions differ?  A. The American Revolution resulted in a peaceful republic; the French Revolution resulted in  anarchy and a transitory return to monarchy.  B. The two revolutions were actually very similar.  C. The Americans struggled for ten years after their Revolution to establish a constitution; the  French quickly established a constitution which lasted for over one hundred years.  D. The French was more peaceful than the American.  Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 2. Which of the following was concerned about the rights of women in the late eighteenth  century?  A. Edmund Burke  B. Molly Pitcher  C. Mary Wollstonecraft  D. John Locke  Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 3. All of the following were consequences of revolutionary changes in the textile industry  EXCEPT 
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A. the movement of large numbers of agricultural workers into the industry.  B. a dramatic increase in weaver's wages.  C. a reduction in child labor.  D. cotton undergarments.  Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 4. British economist Thomas Malthus argued that A. using young children in factories was immoral B. Population pressure would always force wages down to subsistence levels. C. population always grew faster than the food supply. D. the standard of living was a reflection of industrial capital. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 5. One of the Chartist movement's key demands was  A. a ban on women and children working in the factories.  B. an eight hour work day and a minimum wage.  C. repeal of the Combination Acts.  D. that all men have the right to vote.  Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: D 6. In  The Condition of the Working Class in England , Frederich Engels stated that A. the British middle classes were guilty of "mass murder" and "wholesale robbery." B. the social problems in Britain were NOT a product of the Industrial Revolution. C. the working class was itself responsible for most of the problems its members faced. D. in general, the living conditions of the working class were slowly improving. Points Earned: 0/1 Your Response: C 7. All of the following statements about Nationalism are true EXCEPT  that 
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A. it was weak in central Europe.  B. its roots lay in the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars.  C. it evolved from cultural unity.  D. nationalists tried to create a political entity based on culture.  Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 8. Early French socialists believed in all of the following 
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course HIS 120 taught by Professor Prof during the Spring '11 term at Parkland.

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