E infused an element of realism into American attitudes toward international

E infused an element of realism into american

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E)infused an element of realism into American attitudes toward international affairs that proved short-sighted and inconsistent.Ans: B Page: 15493.France came to America's aid in the Revolution becausePage: 155Page 11
Chapter 8: America Secedes from the Empire, 1775–178394.America's first entangling alliance was withRussia.Page: 15595.Who was the American diplomat that negotiated the “Model Treaty” with France?Page: 15596.The Armed Neutrality League was started byA)Louis XIV of France.D)King Leopold of Belgium.B)Charles V of Spain.E)George III of Britain.C)Catherine the Great of Russia.Ans: C97.When the alliance with France was formalized, the Americans were able toPage: 15698.The commander of French troops in America wasE) Howe.Page: 15699.French aid to the coloniesPage: 156100.Shortly after French troops arrived in America, the resulting improvement in morale staggered whenA)America discovered the true reasons motivating France's assistance.B)General Benedict Arnold turned traitor.C)General Nathanael Greene lost Georgia to the British.D)the French began to win battles that the Americans had been unable to win.E)the Armed Neutrality League sided with Britain.Ans: B Page: 156101.The colonists suffered their heaviest losses of the Revolutionary War at the Battle ofPage: 156Page 12
Chapter 8: America Secedes from the Empire, 1775–1783102.Match each individual below with the correct descriptive phrase.A. George Rogers Clark1. commanded the Patriot invasion of CanadaB. Nathanael Greene2. commanded Patriot troops in the SouthC. John Paul Jones3. commanded Patriot troops in the West4. commanded Patriot naval forces103.Some Indian nations joined the British during the Revolutionary War because

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