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Catch Phrase Review Unit
Question 1 absolutism; absolute ruler who destroyed Boyar (noble) class
Answer 1 Ivan the Terrible
Question 2 absolutism; the Sun King
Answer 2 Louis XIV
Question 3 balance of power in Europe
Answer 3 Congress of Vienna
Question 4 became ruler after French Revolution; Reign of Terror
Answer 4 Robespierre
Question 5 Catholic; crushed Protestantism in Spain; divine right
Answer 5 Philip II of Spain
Question 6 centralized power; total power; divine right; Louis XIV is an example
Answer 6 Global absolutism
Question 7 Enlightened thinker who proposed Divine Right theory
Answer 7 Jacques-Benigne Bossuet
Question 8 absolutism; Westernized Russia; warm water port
Answer 8 Peter the Great
Question 9 enlightened thinker; branches of government
Answer 9 Baron de Montesquieu
Question 10 Fought for independence, Haiti; nationalism.
Answer 10 Toussaint L'Ouverture
Question 11 failed; people didn't know how to act in a democracy
Answer 11 Democracy; Latin America; Russia
Question 12 French empire; gave France stability; Russian winter
Answer 12 Napoleon Bonaparte
Question 13 French monarch; overthrown; weak rule
Answer 13 Louis XVI
Question 14 Leader of the Roundheads, English Civil War, limit the power of the monarchy; increase power of the nobles
Answer 14 Oliver Cromwell
Question 15 laws to govern all of France's empire
Answer 15 Napoleonic Code
Question 16 enlightened thinker; individual freedom
Answer 16 Jean Jacques Rousseau
Question 17 scientific thinker; heliocentric theory
Answer 17 Galileo and Copernicus
Question 18 led to rise of Napoleon
Answer 18 French Revolution; impact
Question 19 English Civil War Glorious Revolution English Bill of Rights Habeas Corpus Stuart Rule Puritan Revolution
Answer 19 limit the power of the monarchy; increase power of nobles
Question 20 enlightened thinker; people govern themselves, three natural rights
Answer 20 John Locke
Question 21 nationalism; independence for South America
Answer 21 Simon Bolivar
Question 22 Nationalism; Italian independence
Answer 22 Camille Cavour
Question 23 nationalism; united Germany; "blood and iron"
Answer 23 Otto von Bismarck
Question 24 new thinking of government
Answer 24 Enlightenment
Question 25 enlightened thinker; satirist; freedom of speech
Answer 25 Voltaire
Question 26 overthrew the upper class; French estates
Answer 26 French Revolution
Question 27 rejection of traditional authority; heliocentric theory
Answer 27 Scientific Revolution
Question 28 Russian enlightened thinker; Western ideas
Answer 28 Catherine the Great
Question 29 Social contract; people exchange rights for protection
Answer 29 Thomas Hobbes
Question 30 South American independence; nationalism; combined with Simon Bolivar
Answer 30 Jose de San Martin
Question 31 test to find answers; question past thinking
Answer 31 Scientific Method
Question 32 unfair treatment and tax burden of the 3rd (lower) estate
Answer 32 French revolution; causes
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ENLIGHTMENT ABSOLUTISM VS ABSOLUTSIM: ABSOLUTE MONARCHY – MEANING NOTHING IS ABOVE THE KING & QUEEN ABSOLUTE MONARCHS WANTED TO CENTRALIZE THEIR POLITICAL.
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