Chapter 23 Ap Euro Online Quiz

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earning to Live With Change

Results Reporter
Out of 21 questions, you answered 8 correctly, for a final grade of 38%.

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13 incorrect (62%)| |
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1| CORRECT| | The romantic movement involved all of the following EXCEPT| |
| | | A)| a conviction that emotion and experience are the sources of the most profound truths.|
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| | | B)| a fascination with the power and mystery of nature.|
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| | | C)| a celebration of the genius that enabled certain people to convey profound insights through art.|
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| | | D)| a reaffirmation of the central importance of the scientific revolution and Enlightenment.|
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2| CORRECT| | Romanticism was important for all of the following reasons EXCEPT| |
| | | A)| it nurtured a tremendous outpouring of creative activity in the arts.|
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| | | B)| it contributed to all three of the modern political ideologies: conservatism, liberalism, and socialism.|
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| | | C)| it shattered the hold of religion and mysticism on the European mind.|
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| | | D)| it counterbalanced the rationality and discipline of the scientific world view in modern culture.|
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3| CORRECT| | Edmund Burke's conservatism rejected rationally conceived reform efforts because it held that| |
| | | A)| "natural" historical development is more reliable than "artificial" plans.|
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| | | B)| government regulation is the cause, not the cure, of most social problems.|
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| | | C)| the social order is divinely ordained and cannot change.|
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| | | D)| privilege is the just reward for superior performance.|
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4| CORRECT| | The classical political liberalism of the early nineteenth century valued which of the following most?| |
| | | A)| Special interests, like education and the poor.|
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| | | B)| Maximizing businessmen's profits.|
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| | | C)| Individual liberty.|
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| | | D)| Social justice.|
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5| CORRECT| | The classical economic liberalism of the early nineteenth century rested on the assumption that| |
| | | A)| the government should actively regulate the economy to promote stability and social justice.|
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| | | B)| individuals pursuing their own interests in a free marketplace will optimize economic activity.|
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| | | C)| left to its own devices, the "invisible hand" governing the marketplace will bring prosperity to everyone.|
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| | | D)| liberty in the marketplace included the liberty of workers to form unions to bargain collectively.|
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6| CORRECT| | Riccardo's "iron law of wages" extended the sphere of inexorable economic laws to| |
| | | A)| social relations.|
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| | | B)| international economics.|
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| | | C)| government spending.|
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| | | D)| metalworking technology.|
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7| INCORRECT| | Utilitarianism changed the theoretical underpinnings of liberalism by| |
| | | A)| substituting maximization of pleasure and minimization of pain for natural rights as its basic justification.|
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| | | B)| establishing individual liberty as the ultimate purpose of government and source of all good in humanity.|
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| | | C)| substituting maximization of pleasure and minimization of pain for tradition as the basis for policies.|
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| | | D)| establishing individual liberty is in essence the maximization of pleasure and the minimization of pain.|
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8| INCORRECT| | Utilitarianism,...
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