History 115 Multiple Choice Questions

Because they subscribed to the revolutionary ideas of liberty and equality, all Latin American countries abolished slavery once they achieved independence.
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One of the factors behind Cortés' conquest of the Aztec empire was his being able to bring tens of thousands of native allies to his side.TrueOur LA Times article on how California's native people fared after 1848 shows (choose the best answer; only one answer):all of the answer choices are true about this article articleDid the wars of independence mark a significant change for most people?Some things changed, but most things stayed the same.The process by which the Spanish conquerors parceled out native communities after conquering them and exploited them through their tribute mechanisms for generations was:the requerimientoWhich one is NOT true about Father (friar) Bartolomé de las Casas: (choose the best answer; only one answer)he also criticized the enslavement of Africans from the beginningWhich one of the following is NOT true about our portion of the document "A Cuban Slave's Testimony" by Esteban Montejo is important because it tells (or shows) us (Choose the best answer, only one answer)it shows how enslaved people plotted rebellions so they could become freeWhich one of the following is NOT true about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and its aftermath:the provisions protecting the property rights of the Mexican-American population were strictly enforced by the new U.S. authorities.The classic example of a "caudillo" in post-independent Latin America, who came to dominate Mexican politics for almost half a century, occupying the presidential chair eleven different times was:Gen. Antonio López de Santa AnnaHow did the framers of the new U.S. Constitution in the late 1700s reconcile their commitment to liberty and equality when it came to Black people?they considered them property and thus avoided the issue altogetherThe Mexican independence leader who succeeded Father Hidalgo, who was also a priest (but mestizo, not Criollo), and who argued for not only independence but for deep social reform including the abolition of slavery and the abolishment of the "caste" system was:Father José María Morelos