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should not claim unequivocally that hostility between
recognizable classes cannot be legitimately observed.
Outside of New York, however, there were very few
instances of openly expressed class antagonism. 154 2.The author most likely refers to "historians such as F or the following question, consider each of the Beard and Becker" in the first paragraph in order to choices separately and select all that apply (A) isolate the two historians whose work is most 4. The passage suggests that the author would be likely representative of the viewpoints of Progressive to agree with which of the following statements historians about the social structure of eighteenth-century (B) emphasize the need to find connections between American society? recent historical writing and the work of A It allowed greater economic opportunity than it did earlier historians social mobility. (C) make a case for the importance of the views B It permitted greater economic opportunity prior to 1750 of the Progressive historians concerning than after 1750. eighteenth-century American life C It did not contain rigidly defined socioeconomic (D) suggest that Progressive historians were the first divisions. to discover the particular internal conflicts in
eighteenth-century American life mentioned 5.The author suggests which of the following about in the passage the representativeness of colonial or state govern- (E) point out historians whose views of history ments in America from 1763 to 1789 ? anticipated some of the views of the recent (A) The governments inadequately represented the historians mentioned in the passage interests of people in western regions.
(B) The governments more often represented class 3.According to the passage, Loyalism during interests than sectional interests. the American Revolutionary War served the (C)The governments were less representative than function of they had been before 1763 . (A) eliminating the disputes that existed among (D)The governments were dominated by the interests those colonists who supported the rebel cause of people of an upper socioeconomic class. (B) drawing upper, as opposed to lower, socio- (E) The governments of the northern colonies were economic classes away from the rebel cause less representative than were the governments (C) tolerating the kinds of socioeconomic discontent of the southern colonies. that were not allowed to exist on the rebel side
(D) channeling conflict that existed within a socioeconomic class into the war effort against the
(E) absorbing members of socioeconomic groups
on the rebel side who felt themselves in
contention with members of other socioeconomic groups 155 6. Despite a dramatic increase in the number of people Which of the following, if true during the last three years, riding bicycles for recreation in Parkville. a recent best reconciles the apparent discrepancy in the facts report by the Parkville Department of Transportation above? shows that the number of accidents...
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