HIEU 202 Test 3

HIEU 202 Test 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The new cities of the nineteenth century were:
  2. Which of the following was NOT a factor contributing to Britain’s early and successful industrialization? They had
  3. In the video that charted changes in 200 countries over 200 years, what two criteria were used to measure quality of life?
  4. The three broad groups of nineteenth–century urban workers included all of the following EXCEPT
  5. In the nineteenth century, compared to England, most European states
  6. According to the video lecture, which of the following was the name given to a group of people who objected to the changes of the Industrial Revolution?
  7. In the video lecture on the Industrial Revolution, three words were used to frame the discussion. Which of the following was NOT one of those words?
  8. Why is the word “classical” used to describe 19th-century liberalism?
  9. The Romantics and the philosophes agreed on some things and disagreed on others. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
  10. Among the most basic elements of conservative thinking was the idea that
  11. Which of the following was the core component of the liberal theory of economics?
  12. Nationalism
  13. Early socialists like Saint–Simon, Fourier, and Owen tended to believe that:
  14. In the nineteenth century, the Hapsburg Empire was bound together by:
  15. The Concert of Europe met revolutionary uprisings in Spain and Italy with severity. In both instances
  16. Britain was the freest state in Europe in the early decades of the nineteenth century, but it was far from democratic.
  17. Prince Klemens von Metternich
  18. Perhaps the greatest achievement of the Congress of Vienna was
  19. The revolutions of 1848 were undermined, in large part, by:
  20. The course lecture presentation on Restoration and Revolution focused on one state to illustrate the process of revolution in the 1830s through 1848. Which state was used?
  21. Using material from the video lecture as well as the related readings, evaluate the impact of the industrial revolution on the daily lives of ordinary people. Give at least three different points and explain how these points relate to the industrial revolution and to the lives of ordinary people. Write at least three paragraphs.

Set 2

  1. Britain’s system of roads, canals, and railways was funded largely by private investors rather than government financing.
  2. Which of the following was the first to industrialize?
  3. In the video that charted changes in 200 countries over 200 years, what two criteria were used to measure quality of life?
  4. The Industrial Revolution affected the social structure by
  5. The English Factory Acts of the early nineteenth century:
  6. According to the video lecture on the Industrial Revolution, by what means were large factories and railroads financed?
  7. In the video lecture on the Industrial Revolution, three words were used to frame the discussion. Which of the following was NOT one of those words?
  8. Why is the word “classical” used to describe 19th‐century liberalism?
  9. The Romantics and the philosophes agreed on some things and disagreed on others. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
  10. Among the most basic elements of conservative thinking was the idea that
  11. Classical liberals of the nineteenth century generally opposed democracy, because:
  12. Nationalism and romanticism are compatible in the belief that
  13. Early socialists like Saint–Simon, Fourier, and Owen tended to believe that:
  14. The most serious threat to Austrian unity in the nineteenth century came from:
  15. All of the following experienced at least one revolution in the 1820s. The only revolution to succeed was in
  16. Britain was the freest state in Europe in the early decades of the nineteenth century, but it was far from democratic.
  17. Which of the following best represents the purpose of the Congress of Vienna?
  18. Which of the following may be considered a guiding principle of the Congress of Vienna?
  19. Which of the following did NOT experience revolution in 1848?
  20. The course lecture presentation on Restoration and Revolution focused on one state to illustrate the process of revolution in the 1830s through 1848. Which state was used?
  21. Using material from the course lecture presentation, describe the impact of the Revolutions of 1848. Identify at least three of the five points given in the lecture. Explain the points using at least one paragraph for each point to give a total of at least three paragraphs.
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