Blacks, Indians, and women could not vote d. All of the above 9) The protests developed by the committees of the Continental Association used a. Hundreds of petition to Parliament b. Economic boycotts c. Sabotage d. Militiamen to fight the British soldiers 10) In March 1770, Crisps Attacks became a. George Oil’s main representative in Boston b. The first American to call for war against the British c. The first martyr of the colonial resistance d. Leader of the Pastor Boys In Pennsylvania a. Was written entirely by Benjamin Franklin and John Adams b.
Boldly presented new arguments for independence c. Rejected the contract theory of government d. Restated John Lockers ideas 12) A major goal of the Navigation Acts was to a. Provide Jobs for the colonies’ sailors b. Reduce French control of the major North American rivers c. Keep the shipping trade with the colonies under English control d. Increase colonial manufacturing 1 3) John Lockers theories a. Appealed to colonial Americans b. Viewed government as a guardian of people’s natural rights c. Justified overthrowing a government under certain circumstances d.
All of the above 4) The Boston Tea Party resulted when the British authorities greatly increased the tax on tea. A. True 15) The peace of pans 1763 a. Ended French power in North America b. Gave the English control of most land west of the Mississippi River c. Guaranteed French control of the Caribbean d. Eliminated Spanish influence on the North American continent 16) Among the colonists, the leading innovator of revolutionary protests was a. William Dickinson b. Patrick Henry c. Thomas Payne d. Samuel Adams 17) The British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre were defended in court by
Samuel Adams. A. True 18) In America, one significant effect of the Glorious Revolution was to a. Reduce the influence of the Anglican Church b. End of the mercantile system c. Set a precedent for overthrowing a king d. Curtail the power of colonial assemblies 19) Colonial governors had the power to a. Veto colonial legislation b. Determine when and where the assembly would meet c. Postpone elections of the assembly at pleasure 20) The Pastor Boys were convinced by Benjamin Franklin not to march on Philadelphia and demand independence in the asses. A.
True 1) The argument the colonists made against the Stamp Act was that the British had no right to impose internal taxes on the colonies. A. True 22) The Revenue Act of 1767 posed a major threat to the colonists because it a. Taxed public documents b. Raised money to support the royal family c. Relieved colonial officials of financial dependence on colonial assemblies d. Sought to regulate trade and communication between the individual colonies.