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.How did Britain respond to colonial protests against the Townshend Acts? • By sending four thousand additional troops to Boston • By increasing enforcement of the Acts and adding new taxes • By repealing all of the acts because of the boycott on British goods • By allowing smugglers to be tried in front of a jury of their peers CONCEPT The Townshend Acts and Protest Based on Olaudah Equiano's experiences, how did West Africans attempt to adapt to the realities of the slave trade? CONCEPT American Slavery from an African Perspective Which of the following statements best reflects the gang system of labor, from a slave's perspective? • “We maintain the crops from planting until harvest, working long days every day of the week.” • “After completing our tasks, we often gather to continue our traditional African customs.” • “This is the preferred method of labor here in Georgia and South Carolina.” • “We are allowed to hunt and fish after our tasks are done, which allows us to sustain ourselves.” • CONCEPT Think About It: What Was the Importance of Slavery to the Colonies? Which of the following actions happened in response to the Olive Branch Petition of 1775? • King George sent Thomas Gage to Boston to restore law and order. • King George lowered the taxes on tea and required trial by jury. • King George hired German mercenaries to enforce order in the colonies. • King George removed advisors who had been misleading him. CONCEPT Path to Revolution Which of the following statements about the French and Indian War is true? CONCEPT The French and Indian War Read the quotation about a vision for American society after the American Revolution. “This Sir, was a time in which you clearly saw into the injustice of a State of Slavery, and in which you had just apprehensions of the horrors of its condition, it was now Sir, that your abhorrence thereof was so excited, that you publickly held forth this true and invaluable doctrine, which is worthy to be recorded and remember’d in all Succeeding ages. 'We hold these truths to be Self evident, that all men are created equal, and that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happyness.'” For what is the speaker asking? • An end to capitalism • An end to gender inequality • An end to political tyranny • An end to racial slavery CONCEPT Think About It: What Did the American Revolution Mean? Which of the following quotations—from documents associated with the American, French and Haitian revolutions—exemplifies the Enlightenment idea of natural equality? equal in its eyes are equally admissible to all public dignities, offices and employments, CONCEPT The American Revolution in a Global Context Which of the following groups comprised the gentry in the Southern colonies? • Wealthy landowners who modeled themselves after British aristocracy. • • Landowners who had earned their status through indentured servitude. Those who were educated but did not own land and thus could not vote. CONCEPT Growth of the Colonies Which of the following characterizes the response to the Stamp Act by the Sons of Liberty? • A letter-writing campaign to promote colonists' constitutional rights • A propaganda campaign condemning the Stamp Act • A boycott of British goods like tea and linen • Riots and effigies against stamp distributors CONCEPT The Stamp Act Which of the following was a reason why the French posed a challenge to English colonial dominance in North America? CONCEPT The Challenges to the English Empire Henry Clinton was an important figure in the Revolutionary War. Select the statement that correctly identifies him. CONCEPT The American War for Independence, 1775 - 1783 Which of the following statements best describes John Locke's Social Contract Theory? CONCEPT The Enlightenment and the Colonies What was one difficulty associated with the Sugar Act of 1764? • Colonists felt that vice-admiralty courts violated the English Bill of Rights. • CONCEPT The Aftermath of the French and Indian War Which of the following actions would be considered salutary neglect? CONCEPT England Strengthens its Imperial Colonies Which statement represents opposition to internal taxation of the colonies by British Parliament? CONCEPT Think About It: Is Taxation Un-American? Which of the following was a provision of the Quebec Act? • Colonial government placed under direct control of crown officials • Religious toleration granted to French Catholics in Canada • Rerouted all commerce intended for Boston Harbor to Quebec until damages were paid • Prevented colonists from holding meetings without approval CONCEPT Boston Tea Party Which of the following grievances was the centerpiece of the Declaration of Independence? • Parliament had no right to represent the colonies. • Parliament had the right to operate independently of the king. • George III had no right to govern oversees, even fairly. • George III had broken his social contract with the colonists.

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