Chapter 19:Follow Up

1. Mercantilism, the prevailing economic theory of the 17th century Europe was based on all of the following ideas EXCEPT

2. Which nation dominated overseas colonization in the 16th century?

3. Which was NOT one of the results of the opening of the Atlantic to commerce with Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries

4. An immediate result of the commercial revolution that occurred with the increased productivity stimulated by the precious metals coming from the Americas was

5. All of the following characteristics of the Industrial Revolution (1780-1830) EXCEPT

6. Which of all the following was NOT a factor in the development of the industrial Revolution in Britain?

7. A number if technological advances through the 18th century made possible the large- scale production of which of the following?

8. The Industrial Revolution created two new social classes:

9. The industrial Revolution demonstrated significant advances in all of the following EXCEPT

10. Which of the following economists accepted Adam Smith's classical economics and tried to explain why his prediction of general prosperity under laissez-faire capitalism was not coming to fruition?

11.By 1800 the Industrial Revolution had the greatest impact on

12. All of the following inventions were made after 1830 and expanded the scope of the Industrial Revolution EXCEPT

13. The expansion of the "division of labor " and of "mass production" through the development of standard parts and manufacturing processes were simulated by

14. The text of Denis Diderot's Encyclopedia was centered primarily on

15. Diderot's collaborator in writing the Encyclopedia was

16. Enclosures were required

17. During the 17th century in France the bourgeoisie usually accounted for

18. The price Revolution of the 16th century was caused by

19. Diderot's collaborator in writing the encyclopedia was

20. " There is no place for industry… no arts; no letters; no society; and which is the worst of all, continual fear, and danger of violent death; and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short." This quotation from Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan (1651) describes the concept known as

21. Which of the following would most likely oppose laissez-faire policies in 19th century Europe

22. All of the following inventions or processes were significant parts of the Industrial Revolution EXCEPT the

23. Mechanization in Industry was pioneered in the area of

24. The basic idea of mercantilism was

25. The second enclosure movement, occurring in England in the 18th century was designed to