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Political Developments (1760-1848) Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What prompted the ideologies of Marxism and the Communist Manifesto to form?

Question 2 2. Mark and Tom are having a discussion about how the market should ideally function. Mark believes that the government should always step in and have a firm control over the entire process. Tom believes that the market should regulate itself, with barely any government intervention. Why is Tom's view closer to the liberal viewpoint?

Question 3 3. In 1815, European powers met to stabilize European boundaries, while also restoring their own legitimacy as rulers at

Question 4 4. The political minds behind the Communist Manifesto were

Question 5 5. Who led Haitian slaves in their 19th century revolt for independence?

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Question 6 6. Which country is credited for igniting the revolutions of Europe during the mid 19th century?

Question 7 7. Who was king of France as 1848 began?

Question 8 8. Why did Marx and Engels dislike industrialized societies?

Question 9 9. Which of the following was a key goal of the 1815 Congress of Vienna?

Question 10 10. How were the revolutions of Haiti and México different?

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Question 11 11. Marx termed the wage earning class, who were also property-poor, the:

Question 12 12. What is the name for the French middle class?

Question 13 13. Which country is credited for igniting the revolutions of Europe during the mid 19th century?

Question 14 14. Known as the Liberator, who led Revolution in Venezuela?

Question 15 15. Why wasn't it possible for Bolivar to unite areas like Peru, Venezuela, and Colombia into one nation as he desired?

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Question 16 16. What did the Communist Manifesto declare would inevitably occur?

Question 17 17. According to the Communist Manifesto, how did the bourgeoisie become wealthy?

Question 18 18. Why is Simon Bolivar known as the Liberator?

Question 19 19. Charles Fourier's socialist communities, in which protection from economic abuse was promised, were known as

Question 20 20. Why were the July Ordinances the cause of Charles X's downfall?

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Question 21 21. What did the 19th century revolutionaries of Germany desire?

Question 22 22. The year 1848 in Europe can be described as a time of

Question 23 23. All of the following were given as reasons that the bourgeoisie were unhappy with Louis Philippe in 1848 EXCEPT?

Question 24 24. How did the Communist Manifesto envision the future of industrialized societies?

Question 25 25. The political ideology that called for commitment to the liberty of the individual was called

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Question 26 26. Which of these statements is NOT correct?

Question 27 27. The political ideology that relies on improving the impoverished lives of the working class by basing a economic system on cooperation and common property is called

Question 28 28. Which of the following is associated with laissez-faire economics?

Question 29 29. After the chaos of of revolution in 1848 in France, the people elected a new president. This president was the infamous

Question 30 30. Which was not a reason revolutions swept across Europe in 1848

Political Developments (1760-1848) Chapter Exam Instructions

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