C_30 - C 30 1. Crucial to industrialization was A. The...

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1. Crucial to industrialization was A. The leadership role taken by the Luddites B. The willing support of the major industrial unions C. The peasants' planned and willing relocation to the cities D. The leading role that Russia provided in technology E. The replacement of human and animal power with inanimate sources of energy such as steam 2. The British Calico Acts of 1720 and 1721 A. Restricted British importation of cotton cloth to the Americas B. Showed favoritism to cotton producers over wool producers C. Prohibited the importation of cotton cloth D. Required that a corpse be buried in a cotton shroud E. Encouraged the importation of cotton cloth in an effort to boost British trade 3. The invention of the flying shuttle A. Powered the first steam-driven locomotive B. Made the steam engine possible C. Led to the passage of the Calico Acts D. Gave the British an unquestioned military advantage E. Sped the weaving process 4. Cheaper iron was produced after 1709 when British smelters began to use what substance as a fuel? A. Kerosene B. Coke C. Charcoal D. Wood E. Gasoline 5. Henry Bessemer's innovations made it possible to produce cheaper A. Iron B. Cotton C. Steel D. Oil E. Wool 6. The dominant form of industrial organization by the end of the nineteenth century was A. The putting-out system B. Cottage industry C. The factory system D. The guild system E. A socialist-directed economy
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7. The Luddites A. Were the first Utopian Socialist thinkers B. Were the industrial workers that Marx felt would be the eventual victors in the revolution C. Led the movement away from traditional crafts manufacture and toward the factory system D. Were crafts workers who destroyed textile machines E. Promoted industrial advancement through their work in Parliament 8. Beginning in the nineteenth century, industrializing lands experienced a social change known as the demographic transition when A. 60 percent of the people were 55 years old and older B. The rural population increased dramatically C. The fertility rate increased dramatically D. The majority of the population was college educated E. The fertility rate began a marked decline 9. Marx and Engels proposed that capitalism divided people into two classes. The classes were A. The capitalists and the bourgeoisie B. The capitalists and the proletariat C. The workers and the peasantry D. The capitalists and the middle class E. The proletariat and the nobility 10. Marx suggested that music, art, and literature A. Should be used by the communists to facilitate the revolution B. Were the "opiate of the masses." C. Were the only aspects of the modern world that had not been contaminated by the capitalists D. Served the purposes of the capitalists because they diverted the workers from their misery E. Represented the peasants and were thus useless 11. Marx and the communists believed that private property A. Would be the only aspect of industrial society that would survive the revolution B. Should be divided up on a more equitable basis
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C_30 - C 30 1. Crucial to industrialization was A. The...

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