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    1. Take Gas-X, Stop Global Warming

    2. potpourri potpourri Potpourri Potpourri Potpourri 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

    3. Row 1, Col 1 Who was Peter the Great? The ruler of Russia who allowed the upper classes to have greater freedom.

    4. 1,2 What is the American Senate and House of Representatives? The House of Lords and House of Commons in Parliament are equivalent to this.

    5. 1,3 Who were Peninsulares? Europeans born in Spain or Portugal who emigrated to Latin America and were given the highest government positions.

    6. 1,4 What is mercantilism? The idea that a nation’s power is related to its wealth and needs a favorable balance of trade with its colonies.

    7. 1,5 What is “balance of power” ? Preventing one nation from becoming more powerful than others.

    8. 2,1 Who was Rousseau? He felt that man is at his best when living in harmony with nature.

    9. 2,2 Who was Galileo? He was tried by the Inquisition for His contrary views on egocentricity.

    10. 2,3 Who was Linnaeus? He is credited with establishing a biological classification system for plants and animals?

    11. 2,4 Who was Leeuwenhoek? The discovery of one-celled organisms was made by this man using a microscope.

    12. 2,5 Who was Locke? The philosopher who argued that the purpose of government is to protect the “natural rights” of its people

    13. 3,1 Who was Hobbes? A philosopher who argued that people should be willing to give up rights to a strong leader in exchange for law and orders.

    14. 3,2 What was an enlightened despot? A monarch who sees the value and Reason in making reforms, but Will not give up any power.

    15. 3,3 What was Classical? During the Age of Reason artists and architects used ideas from ancient Greece and Rome in developing a style known as this.

    16. 3,4 What was the Stamp Act? The first British attempt to tax their American colonies to pay for debt incurred by the French and Indian War.

    17. 3,5 What was the Battle of Saratoga? Major turning point in the American Revolutionary War which Caused the French to aid America.

    18. 4,1 What were bourgeoisie? The French middle class of merchants, bankers, professionals and intellectuals was known as.

    19. 4,2 What are checks and balances? System that prevents any one branch of government from becoming too powerful

    20. 4,3 Who was Toussaint L’Ouverture? He led a slave revolt in Haiti which succeeded in obtaining this colony’s independence.

    21. 4,4 What was the Great Fear? A feeling of desperation and fear among the common people and occurred after the French Revolution.

    22. 4,5 Who was Miguel Hidalgo? He started the Mexican independence movement

    23. 5,1 What was the Declaration of the Rights of Man? The document which set forth the rights of French citizens following the initial part of the French Revolution.

    24. 5,2 Who was Voltaire? He is known for satirical humor, limited government, and free speech.

    25. 5,3 What was the Articles of Confederation? The first attempt by the American colonies to govern itself following the Revolution was through this

    26. 5,4 What is federalism? The type of government in which power is shared by both the states Aand the federal government

    27. 5,5 Who is a deist? One who believes in God, or a Supreme Being, but rejects the idea of organized religion and their Rituals.

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