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Enlightenment and Revolution (Print Quiz)

1.

The use of a logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas is known as

 

(A)

the scientific method

 

(B)

heliocentrism

 

(C)

geocentrism

 

(D)

an experiment

  

2.

Efforts to apply the scientific method to society created the movement called

 

(A)

the Scientific Revolution

 

(B)

the social contract

 

(C)

the Enlightenment

 

(D)

the Reformation

  

3.

An idea found in the writings of both Locke and Rousseau is

 

(A)

the social contract

 

(B)

government by popular consent

 

(C)

the natural goodness of people

 

(D)

the rights of women

  

4.

In contrast to the baroque style, the artistic styles of the late 1700s emphasized

 

(A)

order and simplicity

 

(B)

drama and grandeur

 

(C)

richness of color

 

(D)

elaborate imagery

  

5.

The system of checks and balances in the United States federal government was derived from the ideas of

 

(A)

Locke

 

(B)

Voltaire

 

(C)

Rousseau

 

(D)

Montesquieu

  
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