Social Studies Enlightenment review

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  • 1
    Who led the Glorious Revolution?
    James II
    Charles I
    Oliver Cromwell
    John Hampden
    William and Mary of Orange
  • 2
    Which of these was NOT an enlightenment philosopher?
    Rousseau
    Voltaire
    Aristotle
    Montesquieu
    Locke
  • 3
    What document was signed in 1215 that nudged Britain into the English Civil War?
    US Constitution
    Declaration of Independence
    English Bill of Rights
    Magna Carta
    Lee Resolution
  • 4
    The American Congress is part of the-
    Legislative Branch
    Military branch
    Judicial Branch
    Executive Branch
  • 5
    Which one of these enlightenment leaders believed in unlimited government?
    Rousseau
    Voltaire
    Hobbes
    Locke
  • 6
    What side of war did Oliver Cromwell represent?
    Cavaliers
    New Model Army
    Old Model Army
    Royalists
  • 7
    A major struggle in England between the powers of the people, represented in the form of Parliament, and the monarch. Parliament began making demands to King Charles I. Between the Royalists and the "New Model Army"
    English Civil War
    American Civil War
    American Revolution
    Cold War
    French Revolution
  • 8
    When was the English Bill of Rights signed?
    1215
    1689
    1688
    1628
    1629
  • 9
    Reigned Britain from 1685-1688
    Charles II
    James I
    James II
    Charles I
    William of Orange
  • 10
    This member of parliament refused to pay the ship tax.
    John Hampden
    Oliver Cromwell
    Richard Cromwell
    John Locke
  • 11
    The legislature, or lawmaking group, in the government in England.
    Peppermint
    Senate
    Royalists
    Parliament
    Congress
  • 12
    11 years of Tyranny was from
    1640-1651
    1627-1638
    1215-1226
    1629-1640
  • 13
    Not a war, no blood, new king and queens took reign,
    Glorious Revolution
    Cold War
    Magna Carta
    French Revolution
    Parliament Revolution
  • 14
    A political battle that took place between 1765 and 1783 during which colonists in the Thirteen American Colonies rejected the British monarchy and aristocracy, overthrew the authority of Great Britain, and founded the United States of America.
    French Revolution
    11 years of Tyranny
    American Revolution
    English Civil War
    French and Indian War
  • 15
    First 10 Amendments to the US Constitution.
    Bill of Rights
    Declaration of Independence
    Divine Right
    English Bill of Rights
    Leviathan - Scholar's Choice Edition
  • 16
    Supreme Court
    Judicial Branch
    Executive Branch
    Tree Branch
    Legislative Branch
  • 17
    Unofficial agreement shared by everyone in a society in which they give up some freedom for security.
    Bill of Rights
    Popular Sovereignty
    Constitution
    Social Contract
  • 18
    Used Locke's ideas to argue that the colonists were rebelling because their rights had been violated and therefore had the right to alter or abolish their government
    Locke
    Thomas Edison
    Thomas Hobbes
    Thomas Jefferson
    Voltaire
  • 19
    Natural rights of life, liberty and property
    Montesquieu
    Locke
    Charles I
    Thomas Jefferson
  • 20
    Inspired the American, French, and Latin American Revolutions
    Enlightenment
    Dark Ages
    Scientific Revolution
    Renaissance
    Industrial Revolution
  • 21
    Executive Branch
    Makes laws
    Interprets laws
    Enforces Laws

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