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1. The author of a Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen was A. Marie Antoinette B. Olympe de Gouges C. Maximilien Robespierre D. Simone de Beauvoir E. Mary Wollstonecraft 2. In response to the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen A. The French revolutionary leaders called for complete equality for women B. Its author, Olympe de Gouges, became a leading force in the French Revolution C. It was, in fact, the English who offered complete equality for women D. French women achieved political, but not economic, equality E. The French revolutionary leaders refused to put women's rights on their political agenda 3. The revolutions of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries helped to spread Enlightenment ideals and A. Encouraged the consolidation of national states B. Strengthened the European control over South America C. Repudiated socialist and communist philosophies D. Resulted in the weakening of national states because of the growing emphasis on the individual E. Gave complete freedom and equality to women 4. Revolutionaries of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century A. Were able to destroy all vestiges of the ancient regime B. Were mainly influenced by Marxist ideology C. Focused on the necessity for popular sovereignty D. Accepted the legitimacy of the divine right of kings E. Always stressed the inherent equality between men and women 5. The author of the Second Treatise of Civil Government was A. Voltaire B. Rousseau C. Locke D. Hobbes E. Robespierre 6. Which of the following was not one of John Locke's main ideas? A. That governments were a result of a social contract between rulers and ruled B. That subjects had the right to remove their ruler C. That rulers derived their authority from the consent of those they governed D. That individuals retained personal rights to life, liberty, and property E. That although kings did have divine sanction, their subjects maintained personal rights
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7. Which one of the following was not one of the basic ideals of the Enlightenment thinkers? A. Popular sovereignty B. Social contract C. Political equality D. Equality for women E. Individual freedom 8. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in his Social Contract , argued that in every country the sovereign voice of government A. Was the members of society acting collectively B. Was the king because, despite his faults, he was still of divine appointment C. Should be the nobles instead of the king because of their control of the land D. Should be the bishops and archbishops because of their special relationship to God E. Resided in the army 9. After the end of the Seven Years' War, A. The British began to lose control of their North American colonies B. The French proved to be much better for the colonies after the British left C. The British were forced to hand all of North America over to the French D. The colonists grew much closer to the British in appreciation for the British sacrifices in the war E. The colonists grew increasingly frustrated with British control and taxes
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