Political, Technological & Intellectual Developments (1750-1914) Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why did the Federal Republic of Central America break up after only a short time?

Question 2 2. According to the Communist Manifesto, how did the bourgeoisie become wealthy?

Question 3 3. When did the first wave of feminism take place?

Question 4 4. In the United States, women were first granted the right to vote under which amendment to the Constitution?

Question 5 5. What prompted the ideologies of Marxism and the Communist Manifesto to form?

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Question 6 6. Why was Cavour considered the architect of a unified Italy?

Question 7 7. Which of the following was NOT mentioned in this lesson as an area of major development during the Industrial Revolution?

Question 8 8. While there is debate over the specifics of the timeframe, the Industrial Revolution took place in:

Question 9 9. How did the Communist Manifesto envision the future of industrialized societies?

Question 10 10. At the Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815, _____.

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Question 11 11. Who was a leading pioneer of steamboat technology, and is often credited with inventing the modern steamboat?

Question 12 12. Where and why did the Revolutions of 1848 begin?

Question 13 13. When did Victor Emmanuel II first declare the Kingdom of Italy?

Question 14 14. Why did the March Revolution fail to unite Germany?

Question 15 15. Napoleon's strategic plan to defeat his enemies involved _____.

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Question 16 16. Who illegally supplied American factories with British textile machine technology?

Question 17 17. Why were first-wave feminists focused on voting rights, labor rights, and equal education?

Question 18 18. While preparing to write an essay, Caroline made a list of statements about the Seventh Coalition. She made a mistake. Review Caroline's list and indicate which statement she should not include in her essay.

Question 19 19. Which important document resulted from the Seneca Falls Convention?

Question 20 20. Sam made a list of statements about Central American independence for a report he is writing. He made a mistake. Which statement did Sam write in error?

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Question 21 21. Which Revolution in France resulted in the overthrow of King Louis Philippe?

Question 22 22. A revolutionary is fighting for the unification of Italy in the 19th century. During his long struggle, even his hometown, Nice, was ceded to the French, which caused a furious reaction from him. Which revolutionary does this description apply to?

Question 23 23. Often called 'The First Shout for the Independence of Central America,' the revolt in El Salvador occurred in what year?

Question 24 24. Which leading figure of the first wave of feminism appears on the 1979-1981 U.S. dollar coin?

Question 25 25. When did the Mexican War of Independence begin?

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Question 26 26. Why was the development of interchangeable parts so important?

Question 27 27. What two cities/territories were not a part of Italy when it was first proclaimed the Kingdom of Italy?

Question 28 28. Which is NOT true about the French Revolution?

Question 29 29. Whose 1808 Addresses to the German Nation gave voice to the growing German nationalism in central Europe?

Question 30 30. How did the French army react to Napoleon's return to France?

Political, Technological & Intellectual Developments (1750-1914) Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

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