Chapter 18 And 19

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1.  Colonial farmers shipped to Europe large Quantites of all of the following products except
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2.  English Coffeehouses were
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3.  The Slave trade had a lasting impact on Euorpe because it
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4.  Children of Spanish men and Indian women were called
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5.  The birth and growth of European consumer society succeeded despite
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6.  The dutch were unable to do much about the decline in their share of the baltic trade because
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7.  Peter the Great was determined to Westernize his country, and one of the most significant steps in that direction was
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8.  After Voltaire's Letters Concerning the English Nation was published in the early 1730s, the french government ordered his arrest because the book
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9.  Which of the foloowing statements about the Atlantic slave trade in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is not true?
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10.  By the eighteenth century, many europeans began to try to provide a rationale for the institution of slavery based predominantly on
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11.  After some 200 years of tolerance and even support, the English and Dutch gov't suddenly tried to stamp out piracy around 1700 because
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12.  Demographic historians speak of a "population explosion" beginning in the 17th century, which they attribute to all of the following factors except
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13.  Historians emphasize that what came to be called Britains "ag revolution" in the 1700s cannot be attributed to
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14.  Historians describe the english peasantry as "virtually disappearing" in the 18th century as a reslut of
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15.  In the peace of Utrect (1713-1714) philip, duke of Anjou, was finally recognized as the new king of Spain by Europe's great powers but was forced to
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16.  Following the deaths of william and mary and their successor, anne (mary's sister) the english turned to which dynastic house for their next ruler, King George I
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17.  Russian tsar peter the great's imposition of a table of ranks in 1722
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18.  Despite peter the greats quest to make russia "great" all of the following measures were taken except
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19.  By 1740 the european state with the highest proportion of men at arms-1 of every 28 people was
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20.  In the eighteenth century enlightenment writers adopted a new historical doctrine to explain human "prpgress" :the belief that
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21.  Writers of the Enlightenment called themselves
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22.  The Encyclopedia contributed to enlightenment goasl of social reform by
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23.  The eighteenth century belief that god created the universe to follow set, logical priciples and did not intervene in its functioning once he had set it in motion is known as
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24.  In 1762, Jean-Jacques Rousseau published Emile, which offered his theoried on
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25.  The Enlightenment spread outward from three cities where discussion and debate of new ideas flourished among the growing middle classes; these cities were
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26.  How did the Enlightenment in France differ from that in Germany?
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27.  The underlying message of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Emile was that
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28.  Although the Diplomatic Revolution in 1756 resulted in major changes in European alliances, the two major rivalries remained unchanged; these were
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29.  Which event dramatically changed the outcome of the Seven Years war?
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30.  Although most intellectuals of the enlightenment publicaly embraced the doctorine of religios toleration, in practice, many of then were still intolerant of
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31.  The only enlightened ruler who ended the personal aspect of serfdon was
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32.  The term food riot is somewhat misleading when applied to late eighteenth-century conflicts becuase
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33.  The seven years war had a significant impact on american-british relations because
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34.  In responce to a massive uprising of the long oppressed serfs of russia, empress cathrine the great
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35.  Enlightenment ideas typically spread in the eighteenth century by way of books and newpapers, perosnal correspondence, learned societies, private clubs like Masonic lodges and
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36.  In his philosophical dictionary, Voltaire offered
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37.  Adam Smith contended that individual self-interest, including greed,
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38.  Oxford-education John Wesley was the founder of the reform movements known as
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39.  In an effort to combat increasing rates of poverty, vagrancy, and crime, the french govt in 1767 created new workhouses called
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40.  Although the industrial revolution took hold in england first, textile manufacturing experienced a boom throughout Europe in the Eighteenth century by means of
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41.  In the war of the Austrian Succession, empress maria theresa managed to hold on to her throne most of her territory by
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42.  Prussia had vastly increased the size and effciency of its army, vaulting itself to grear power status by the mid-eighteenth century, with the
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43.  In the treaty of paris of 1763, France officially acknologed her defeat overseas, ceding virtually all of its territories to Great Britian except,
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44.  To make tax increases more palatable, the "enlightenment absolutists" of Europe actively undertook to modernize govt through
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45.  In the wake of extensive legal reforms, the justice system of which absolutist monarchy became "the envy of Europe"?
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46.  Althought popular unrest and peasents uprisings marred much of the final quarter of the eighteenth century throughout Europe, the largest single rebellion by far was the
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