AP World History Chapter 16 Quiz

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10th grade World History (Ch. 16-19 Unit) Quiz on AP World History Chapter 16 Quiz, created by Jessica Ewing on 03/07/2017.

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Question 1

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The chief beneficiaries of all but one of the Atlantic revolutions were
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  • propertied white men of the "middling classes."
  • women.
  • white men without property.
  • slaves.

Question 2

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What did the Atlantic revolutions share in common?
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  • The same outcome
  • Causes triggered by similar circumstances
  • A unified opposition to slavery
  • A common political vocabulary

Question 3

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In contrast to the American Revolution, the French Revolution
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  • drew on Enlightenment ideas about liberty.
  • sought to re-create society from scratch.
  • sought to preserve existing liberties rather than to establish new ones.
  • experienced no participation by women.

Question 4

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In the nineteenth century, nationalist in Europe fueled
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  • the abolition of the slave trade.
  • the feminist movement.
  • a competitive drive for colonies in Asia and Africa.
  • the collapse of European overseas empires by the 1890s.

Question 5

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Which of the following was an outcome of the Atlantic Revolution?
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  • Political authority no longer resided in the hands of pre-Revolutionary colonial elites.
  • Enlightenment ideals were increasingly rejected as part of a quest for stability.
  • Universal voting rights were established in the former colonies.
  • Existing democratic tendencies in the colonial societies were accelerated.

Question 6

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In what country did the only completely successful slave revolt in the world occur?
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  • Haiti
  • Mexico
  • Peru
  • Bolivia

Question 7

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Which of the following is an example of the influence of nationalism outside the Euro-American world in the nineteenth century?
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  • The fragmentation of China into multiple national identities
  • The "Egypt for the Egyptians" movement
  • The dissolution of the Indian National Congress
  • The notion of the Ottoman Empire as a Muslim dynasty

Question 8

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In response to Napoleon's conquest and reform of European lands outside France, the people in the conquered lands
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  • embraced Napoleon and the reforms.
  • accepted many of the reforms, but revolted against French control.
  • refused to accept the reforms and fought bitterly against French control.
  • refused to accept the reforms, but passively accepted French control.

Question 9

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Which of the following was as effect of the Haitian Revolution throughout the Atlantic world?
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  • The movement to abolish slavery collapsed as fear of free slaves grew.
  • Slaves owners and whites were filled with a deep caution and fear.
  • Runaway slaves from Brazil, Jamaica, and Louisiana sought refuge in Haiti.
  • The French Revolution's principles were discredited.

Question 10

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How did the end of the international slave trade affect Africa?
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  • International pressure compelled African states to abolish slavery.
  • Reliance on slave labor increased in West and East Africa.
  • Production of labor-intensive cash crops dropped significantly in South Africa.
  • Trade in North Africa shifted Europe to Asia.

Question 11

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Divisions of class, race, and region within [blank_start]Spanish societies[blank_end] is one reason why the South American revolutions took longer and were more difficult than the (North) American Revolution.
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  • Spanish societies

Question 12

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In Latin America, [blank_start]Creole[blank_end] elites pursued independence and political change out of a fear than social unrest from the lower classes and nonwhites would get out of control.
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  • Creole

Question 13

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The fact that slavery was not necessary for economic progress, made the cause of [blank_start]abolitionism[blank_end] widely acceptable in the nineteenth century.
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  • abolitionism

Question 14

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While a number of western nationals had strong [blank_start]feminist[blank_end] movements, there was little or no contact between them by the early 1900s.
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  • feminist

Question 15

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Some feminists based their arguments for women's rights on the role of women as [blank_start]mothers[blank_end].
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  • mothers

Question 16

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The Atlantic revolutions were inspired by the [blank_start]Enlightenment[blank_end] belief that political and social arrangements could be improved by human action.
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  • Enlightenment

Question 17

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The [blank_start]American Revolution[blank_end] erupted as a response to increasing British control over the economic affairs of the colonies.
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  • American Revolution

Question 18

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During the [blank_start]French Revolution[blank_end] women of all estates joined in the major events of the revolution.
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  • French Revolution

Question 19

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A secular legal code was one elements of the French Revolution that [blank_start]Napoleon[blank_end] preserved.
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  • Napoleon

Question 20

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Definition of political citizenship as "black" was an outcome of the [blank_start]Haitian[blank_end] Revolution.
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  • Haitian

Question 21

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Appeal to nativist feelings by defining all those born in the Americas as "Americanos" was done to gain the support of the general population in the Latin American Revolutions.
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  • True
  • False

Question 22

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All the Atlantic revolutions influenced subsequent movements that spread throughout Europe because all favored extending voting rights to women.
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  • True
  • False

Question 23

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The economic prospects of former slaves greatly improved as a result of the end of slavery in the Atlantic world.
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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Campaigns for civil rights, Marxist ideas, and nativist feelings contributed to the abolition of slavery in the Atlantic world and the end of serfdom in Russia in the nineteenth century.
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  • True
  • False

Question 25

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A diverse group of people who assimilate into the dominant culture and language of a particular territory reflects an understanding of nation in the nineteenth century.
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  • True
  • False

Question 26

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Rewarding charity work was a way that government in the nineteenth century instilled national loyalties in their citizens.
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  • True
  • False

Question 27

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The political unification of Germany and Italy represents the influence of nationalism in the nineteenth century.
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  • True
  • False

Question 28

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Social Darwinism was an argument used by intellectuals in nineteenth-century Europe to argue for women's rights.
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  • True
  • False

Question 29

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In countries outside of Western Europe and the United States, arguments for women's rights were often linked with modernization and nation strengthening.
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  • True
  • False

Question 30

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The Atlantic revolutions challenged the absolute and divine authority of monarchies.
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  • True
  • False
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