11 Which Of The Following Was A Product Of Radical French Revolutionaries Who Co

11. Which of the following was a product of radical French revolutionaries who controlled the French government during the 1790s? 

They established the world’s largest army.

They created a legal system based on reforming criminals instead of punishing them.

They abolished religion in all forms.

They declared France to be a constitutional monarchy.

12. Which of the following accurately describes the political revolution against the Spanish monarchy in early nineteenth-century Latin America? 

It was largely a revolt by Amerindians against poor treatment by the Spanish.

It depended on support from the United States for its success.

It was crushed by the colonial elite, who used their Spanish identity to justify their control.

It became a social struggle among Amerindians, slaves, mestizos, and whites.

13. How did the idea that “all men were created equal” affect revolutionary American society? 

It undermined the belief in the importance of private property.

It encouraged people to overturn social hierarchies and stop deferring to those who claimed higher rank.

It led to the argument that everyone should pay the same amount in taxes.

It led slave owners to use less force in controlling their slaves, eventually even freeing them.

14. Which of the following was a consequence of Napoleon’s failed attempt to find French continental empire? 

Europe was divided between those who wanted to restore the status quo and those who wanted to begin a society based on individual rights and limited government.

Nationalism was crushed once and for all, leaving Europe at the mercy of large, multiethnic states ruled by foreign monarchs.

The huge French army defeated the Ottoman Empire and provided freedom for oppressed minorities in North Africa and the Middle East.

The reforms of the French Revolution were totally wiped out after Napoleon’s defeat and an absolutist monarchy was reinstituted.

15. Which of the following explains why China did not become the epicenter of the industrial revolution? 

The Qing did not foster experimentation or create the links between thinkers and investors.

The Qing believed that science was against the principles of Confucianism.

The Qing passed protective tariffs to protect local merchants, which stifled trade and innovation.

The Qing put too much emphasis on overseas trade, draining capital needed to industrialize.

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