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5 Matching questions

  1. Divine Right Monarchs
  2. Cardinal Mazarin
  3. Mercantilism
  4. Cardinal Richelieu
  5. William of Orange
  1. a the successor of Cardinal Richelieu... his bad attempts to increase royal revenue and the state lead to the Fronde
  2. b the Dutch prince invited to be king of England after 'The Glorious Revolution'... joined League of Augsburg as a foe of Louis XIV... Mary was his wife
  3. c the economic system of trading nations... belief that a nation's power was directly related to its wealth
  4. d the man who influenced the power of King Louis XIII the most and tried to make France an absolute monarchy... he believed in the idea of raison d' etat
  5. e a king who claims to have gotten power from God directly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the British empiricist philosopher who argued that the mind is a blank slate at birth... believe in the "Life, Liberty, and Property" idea.. wrote "Essay Concerning Human Understanding" and "Second Treatise of Government"
  2. the largely protestant representative body of Eastern European countries reduced power of Ferdinand II
  3. a group of newly made nobles who served in the Tsar's army
  4. the Elector of Brandenburg who rebuilt his domain after its destruction during the Thirty Years' War... the great elector
  5. the "bloodless" overthrow of King James II that ended the Dominion and established William and Mary as the new leaders

5 True/False questions

  1. Protestant Unionthe nation whose independence is limited by the control of a more powerful country

          

  2. Baroquethe series of civil wars in France by nobles against Louis XIV's and Mazarin's authority... they were unable to overthrow Mazarin

          

  3. Cossacksa term for Russian nobility

          

  4. Mongol Yokea Russian term for the Mongolian occupation of Russia

          

  5. Protectoratethe nation whose independence is limited by the control of a more powerful country