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Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. TrueB. False Score:1/1 13. The least likely destination of European slave traders in the seventeenth century would have been Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. the West Indies.B. Brazil.C. Spanish America.D. North America. Score:1/1 14. The doctrines of Protestant leader John Calvin Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. emphasized the need for a hierarchical church structure.B. offered a system for both self-discipline and social control.C. denied hope of salvation to most believers.
D. appealed only to the poorest and most oppressed peoples of Europe. Score:1/1 15. "The countries most affected by the Reformation...." The Reformation was a(n) Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. religious movement that criticized the Catholic faith.B. political movement to reduce the power of monarchs.C. economic movement to introduce new capitalist ideas.D. social movement to improve the lives of peasants and poor laborers. Score:1/1 16. The first English attempts to colonize on Roanoke Island in the 1580s Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. attracted significant interest from English merchants and noblemen.B. threatened Spanish control of the Americas.C. failed to establish successful relations with Native Americans.D. received official approval and financing from Queen Elizabeth. Score:1/1 17.
Sugar represented the most important food product that Europeans discovered in the Americas. Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. TrueB. False Score:1/1 18. When Portuguese ship captains reached the west coast of Africa, they tapped into a slave-trading network that had existed for generations. Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. TrueB. False Score:1/1 19. England began to take greater interest in overseas exploration as a result of all of the following EXCEPT Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. woolen merchants who wanted new markets.B. economic depression that made people look for new opportunities.C. commercial success in Scandinavia, India and the Middle East that raised hope for other market expansion.D. improved ships that sailed faster and carried more cargo than before.
Score:1/1 20. Spanish and Portuguese explorations of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. shifted commercial power from Mediterranean ports to those of the Atlantic.B. retarded the growth of western European economies.C. helped soothe the Catholic-Protestant division within Christianity.D. prompted immediate competition from England and France. Score:1/1 21. Through the seventeenth century, American colonists engaged in a rash of insurrections against what they regarded as arbitrary and tainted governments imposed by England. Student ResponseCorrect AnswerA. TrueB. False Score:0/1 22. The Dutch colony of New Netherland Student ResponseCorrect Answer
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