hello, i noticed you have...
hello, i noticed you have answered these questions for someone about a year ago. i hope you still have the answers. can you help me out. its for history and i am also in japan. thanks
1) In nearly every colony, the most powerful part of the government tended to be the
B) governor's council.
C) township or county level officials.
D) royal judges.
E) colonial legislature.
2) The seventeenth-century economic theory which viewed colonies primarily as sources of raw
materials is most accurately labeled
C) free trade.
3) British mercantile policy discouraged Americans from exporting
A) wheat, corn, and furs.
B) indigo, rice, and timber.
C) cotton, ships, and molasses.
D) raw iron, sugar, and tobacco.
E) woolen goods and hats.
4) The Great Awakening tended to emphasize
A) an emotional and revivalistic style of religion.
B) human reason and scientific observation as the key to truth.
C) preaching to those who were already church members.
D) the basic goodness and sinlessness of human nature.
E) Christians'duty to share their wealth with the poor.
5) The view that the universe is based on impersonal, scientific laws which govern the behavior
of all matter, animate and inanimate, was basic to the
A) Great Awakening.
D) Half-Way Covenant.
6) Under the Treaty of Paris (1763) ending the French and Indian War,
A) Great Britain retained all the conquests that she had made of French and Spanish
B) France retained Canada but lost her sugar islands of Guadaloupe and Martinique .
C) France lost all her possessions on the mainland of North America .
D) Spain lost all her possessions in the Western Hemisphere .
E) England lost all her possessions in the Western Hemisphere except for North America .
7) In 1763 the Ottawa chief, ________, led one last effort to drive the whites back across the
A) Corn Planter
C) Black Hawk
D) King Philip
8) "Now what liberty can there be where property is taken away without consent? Can it be said
with any color of truth and justice, that this continent of three thousand miles in length, and of.
. .five millions of people, has the least voice, vote, or influence in the British Parliament?"
These sentences criticize the
A) British concept of direct representation.
B) American concept of representative democracy.
C) British concept of virtual representation.
D) American concept of direct democracy.
E) British concept of mercantilism.
9) The American understanding of the word "constitution"emphasized the
A) totality of laws, customs, and institutions developed over time.
B) specific written document spelling out and limiting the powers of government.
C) constitutionality of all laws passed by legislative bodies.
D) guarantee of certain fundamental liberties, such as the right of all adults to vote.
E) shared faith in the Bible as a guide to public life.
10) The most conservative proposal before the First Continental Congress in 1774 was the
A) proposal by Massachusetts that urged its citizens to take up arms.
B) Boston Manifesto that denounced the crimes committed by the British government since
C) Continental Association which called for boycotting British goods and cutting off exports
to Great Britain .
D) plan from Joseph Galloway to create a general government for America capable of
blocking Parliament's proposals.
E) Albany Plan from Benjamin Franklin for voluntary union among the colonies.
11) The purpose of the British army's march on Concord , Massachusetts , in April 1775 was to
A) train their troops for what appeared to be inevitable war.
B) force Massachusetts leaders to pay for the tea destroyed in the Boston Tea Party.
C) track down the persons responsible for burning the Gaspee.
D) seize the war supplies stored there.
E) capture leading rebels such as Thomas Hutchinson.
12) The author of the tract, Common Sense, which boldly called for complete independence and
attacked not only King George III, but also the idea of monarchy itself, was
A) James Madison.
B) XXXX XXXXX.
C) Thomas Jefferson.
D) XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX.
E) Thomas Paine.
13) An American advantage in the war for independence was
A) an incompetent and unprofessional British army.
B) control of the seas through a large navy.
C) a strong centralized government capable of organizing the war effort.
D) British reluctance to engage in full-scale war against the colonies.
E) the undivided loyalty of Americans to the patriotic cause.
14) The major British defeat of 1777 at ________ was caused mostly by the extremely poor
coordination of the campaign.
D) Bunker Hill
E) Valley Forge
15) How did historians react to depiction of the Revolution in The Patriot?
A) They praised the accurate historical costumes.
B) They were critical of many aspects of the film, especially the totally fictionalized British
incineration of an occupied church.
C) They thought the Battle of Cowpens was depicted with considerable historical accuracy.
D) They praised the nuanced portraits of both the British and the Patriots.
E) They were pleased that the main character was based on an actual person.
16) The United States received very favorable terms in the Peace of Paris (1783) because the
A) American commissioners skillfully played rival European powers against each other.
B) French insisted that the United States must be a powerful nation.
C) rioting and looting in Great Britain by irate citizens convinced Great Britain that she
must end the war immediately.
D) United States had not only won the war in America but was then threatening to invade
E) Spanish and French threatened to attack British shipping if they did not agree to
17) The union of American states under the Articles of Confederation was a
A) compact of states modeled on the British system of a sovereign Parliament.
B) centralized system in which the national government held the most power, but the states
had control over purely local matters.
C) federal system almost exactly like the later union under the Constitution.
D) league of friendship, in which the states were sovereign and the national government
had only weak delegated powers.
E) centralized system with power vested solely in the national government.
18) The text notes that during and after the Revolution, slavery
A) was immediately abolished in the northern states.
B) was abolished in all British colonies.
C) was outlawed by the British in areas they controlled.
D) increased rapidly throughout the colonies.
E) died where it was not economically important.
19) The measure which established governments for the western territories was the
A) Land Ordinance of 1785.
B) Treaty of Paris , 1783.
C) Proclamation of 1763.
D) National Territories Act of 1792.
E) Northwest Ordinance of 1787.
20) In the opinion of your textbook, most American citizens in the 1780s gave their first loyalty to
A) King George III.
B) their own states.
C) the new national government.
D) the country from which their ancestors originally came.
E) their counties or townships.