Unit 1 Review

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P.P.P for 1
England prized its North American colonies because
a.
they manufactured goods for England.
b.
they provided soldiers for the British army to fight in
European wars.
c.
they supplied England with food and raw materials and
bought English goods.
d.
they provided England with natural resources of gold and
silver.
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c.
they supplied England with food and
raw materials and bought English
goods.
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P.P.P. for 2
Which of the following was the major cause of death
among Native Americans?
a.
West African slave traders
b.
smallpox, typhus, and other diseases
c.
crops introduced from Europe
d.
European guns
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b.
smallpox, typhus, and other diseases. The
fungus is among us.
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P.P.P for 3
The first Europeans to settle New York were
a.
the Germans.
b.
the English.
c.
the Swedes.
d.
the Dutch.
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d.
the Dutch
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P.P.P for 4
Which three colonies were founded in an attempt to
escape religious persecution?
a.
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Maryland
b.
New York, Virginia, and Georgia
c.
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia
d.
New York, New Jersey, and Georgia
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P.P.Py for 4
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and
Maryland. 3 bonus if you can name
all 3 religions.
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P.P.P for 5
The Virginia colony survived largely because the English
colonists
a.
began growing tobacco for sale.
b.
were well cared for by the Virginia Company.
c.
worked cooperatively for the good of the colony.
d.
developed lasting friendships with Native Americans.
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began growing tobacco for sale.
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T.J. for 1
The political ideas of Thomas Jefferson were greatly
influenced by
a.
the Albany Plan of Union.
b.
the Battle of Yorktown.
c.
the Enlightenment.
d.
the Olive Branch Petition.
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T.J. for 1
c) The Enlightenment. Duh.
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foot for 2
A direct result of the Intolerable Acts was the
a.
cancellation of the Townshend taxes.
b.
colonial attack on French forts.
c.
calling together of the First Continental Congress.
d.
breaking up of all colonial militias.
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foot for 2
c.
calling together of the First Continental Congress
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T.J. for 3
Which statement best describes British-American
relations after the French and Indian War?
a.
The British began to respect American culture.
b.
The colonists became more dependent on Britain.
c.
The British began to treat Americans as equals.
d.
The colonists began to question British authority.
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T.J. for 3
d.
The colonists began to question British
authority
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T.J. for 4
The idea of natural rights is best defined as
a.
the economic interests of the people.
b.
a government’s powers over its citizens.
c.
rights belonging to all people because they are
human.
d.
individuals’ duties to their government.
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T.J. for 4
c.
rights belonging to all
people because they are
human. Bonus 1 if you can
name them.
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T.J. for 5
The British government decided to tax the American
colonies
a.
to pay off war debts from the French & Indian War.
b.
so they would have more bling than the French.
c.
to teach the colonists a lesson.
d.
to finance westward expansion.
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a.
to pay off war debts from the French & Indian
War.
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Ra-Ra for 1
What was a major advantage of the American side in the
Revolutionary War?
a.
They had better oral hygiene than the Britsish.
b.
Americans had a well-supplied, stable, and effective
fighting force.
c.
The British people strongly supported their forces fighting
in the colonies.
d.
Patriot forces were fighting on their own territory.
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d.
Patriot forces were fighting on their own territory. Home
field advantage homies.
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Ra-Ra for 2
The results of the Battle of Saratoga
a.
convinced the French to ally themselves with the
Americans.
b.
encouraged Britain to end the Revolutionary War
immediately.
c.
destroyed morale among the American colonists.
d.
forced the Americans to retreat from the area around
Trenton.
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a.
convinced the French to ally themselves with
the Americans.
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Mr. Roboto for 3
One of the biggest problems facing Washington and his
troops was
a.
a syphillis outbreak.
b.
a lack of food and clothing.
c.
a lack of enthusiasm for the war.
d.
the absence of support for the war among the colonists.
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b.
a lack of food and clothing- remember Valley
Forge?
The syphilis outbreak happened in Conyers, GA,
circa 1999.
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Ra-Ra for 4
The Americans won the Revolutionary War mainly
because
a.
their armies were better trained and disciplined than the
British.
b.
they had the determination to outlast the British and a
greater incentive to fight.
c.
the American navy was superior to the British navy.
d.
British arms were inferior to American arms.
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b.
they had the determination to outlast the British
and a greater incentive to fight
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Ra-Ra for 5
The Revolutionary War began with the
a.
Battle of Trenton.
b.
Battle of Saratoga.
c.
Battles of Lexington and Concord.
d.
Battle of Bunker Hill.
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c.
Battles of Lexington and Concord. And what the
1st shot called for 1?
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J-Mad for 1
The Three-Fifths Compromise resolved the issue of
a.
how enslaved people were to be counted in the
population.
b.
how many representatives each state would have in the
Senate.
c.
whether Congress would have one or two houses.
d.
whether larger states could have more representatives in
Congress.
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how enslaved people were to be counted in the
population.
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J-Mad for 2
The anti-Federalists argued against the Constitution
because they felt
a.
it made the national government too strong.
b.
the Articles of Confederation did not need to be reformed.
c.
it gave too much power to the people.
d.
it created a weak executive branch.
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J-Mad for 2
it made the national
government too strong.
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J-Mad for 3
Which of the following was a weakness of the Articles of
Confederation?
a.
There was no national court system.
b.
State governments had no authority.
c.
There was no legislative branch of government.
d.
Only Congress had the power to tax.
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a.
There was no national
court system.
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J-Mad for 4
The concurrent powers in the federal system of
government are those
a.
delegated to the national government.
b.
delegated to the state government.
c.
denied to national and state governments.
d.
held and exercised by both national and state
governments.
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d.
held and exercised by both national and state
governments
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J-Mad for 5
The Federalist was written
a.
to
b.
to
c.
to
d.
to
promote Washington for President.
warn against the dangers of tyranny.
oppose the ratification of the Constitution.
support ratification of the Constitution.
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d.
to support ratification of the Constitution.
Bonus if you can name 3 authors. 1 point for
each.
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heart for 1
The principle that governments are subject to certain
laws is called
a.
democracy
c.
limited government
b.
autocracy
d.
salutary neglect
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Heart 1
Limited government.
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heart for 2
Why is the philosopher John Lock important to the
foundation of the United States?
a.
He was part of the Second Continental Congress and one
of the authors of the Declaration of Independence.
c.
His surrender at the Battle of Yorktown ended the
Revolution
b.
He was a military leader from England who helped George
Washington train the Continental Army.
d.
His ideas regarding a “social contract” between society
and government influenced the Declaration of
Independence.
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heart for 2
d.
His ideas regarding a “social contract” between society
and government influenced the Declaration of
Independence
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heart for 3
Of what importance were men such as the Marquis de
Lafayette and Baron von Steuben to the American cause?
a.
They assisted the British.
c.
As pacifists, they promoted the motto “make love not
war.”
b.
They provided expertise to the rag-tag Patriot Army and
helped George Washington out.
d.
they served as spies.
a)
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heart for 3
They provided expertise to the rag-tag Patriot
Army and helped George Washington out.
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heart for 4
What followed the Boston Tea Party?
a.
the removal of British troops from the colonies and
increase in self-government
c.
harsh restrictions on colonial liberties and trade-.
b.
the therapeutic qualities of chamomile after a hearty
meal of minced pie.
d.
the free flow of trade between the colonies and the other
countries.
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c.
harsh restrictions on colonial liberties
and trade. Bonus 1 if you can name the
specific act. 1 more bonus if you can
name the other name by which it was
known.
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heart for 5
Which of the following battles involved a daring late night
crossing of the Delaware River that resulted in a much
needed victory for the Continental Army and gave the
Americans hope that the war could be won?
a.
Saratoga
c.
Yorktown
b.
Valley Forge
d.
Trenton
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heart Bag for 5
d) Trenton. Which happened to be in New
Jersey. Fist pump for American Victory.
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