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Chapter 2 Study Guide

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Introduction to American Politics
Dr. Richard Robyn

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Study guide for the chapter 2 portion of the test. The study guide is set up as 15 multiple questions with the key for answers.
Introduction to American Politics
Dr. Richard Robyn
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american politics, Study Guide, chapter 2, kent state, robyn
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Date Created: 09/20/15
American Politics Study Guide for Chapter 2 Test 1 Where do the ideas for America39s government come from A The Trojans B The Ottomans C The Greeks D The Romans 2 Who are the key theorist of the Social Contract Theory A Washington and Franklin B Hobbes and Locke C Hobbes and Washington D Locke and Franklin 3 According to Hobbes What does man give up for protection of his life and property A Personal Freedom B Taxes C Right to Vote D Their first born child 4 Pluralism does to power A DiVides it up between competing interest groups B Gives it to the Oligarchy C Gives it to the executive branch D Gives it to congress 5 What is Socialism A Economic system the emphasizes collective ownership B A dictatorship C Americas system of government 6 Rodger Williams was a A Lawyer B Cobbler C General D Cleric 7 What was the first act of defiance in the colonies against British rule A Thanksgiving B The Boston Tea Party C The Stamp Act D The Slave Trade 8 The first bloodshed of the issue of Independence was at A Bull Run B D Day C Lexington and Concord D Fort Stephenson 9 Mercantilism is A Economic Nationalism B Economic Freedom C Economic failure D Economic Recession 10 The first continental congress call for A Open rebellion B Demanding the King recognize their rights C Full out War D The blockade of British ships 11 Up until 1956 the national motto was quotE Pluribus Unumquot What was it changed to after 1956 A 39Murica B Land of the Free C God Bless the USA D In God We Trust 12 What 2 theories help form the Declaration of Independence A Freedom and Liberty B Realism and Liberalism C Enlightenment and Social Contract Theory D Conservatism and Liberalism 13 This enlishman is the author of quotCommon Sensequot and is known for popularizing the term quotUnited States of Americaquot A Thomas Jefferson B Benjamin Franklin C Thomas Paine D Samuel Adams 14 Where was the original Virginia House of Burgesses A Plymoth B Jamestown C Washington DC D Alexandria 15 Who wrote the declaration of Independance A Thomas Jefferson B Benjamin Franklin C George Washington D Thomas Paine Answer Key 1 C 2 B 3 A 4A 5A 6D 7B 8 C 9 A 10 B 11 D 12 C 13 C 14 B 15 A


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