AP European History Practice Test 4

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Question 9 questions

Time 9 minutes

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Questions 1-3 refer to the following information.

Under the name of Chartist well-meaning inconsiderate men and other misled men have in very many cases, all over the country from the extreme west to the extreme east and from Brighton in the south to nearly the extreme north of Scotland, denounced every man who is not a working man, applied to him, the grossest epithets and most atrocious intentions and conduct, have threatened them with vengeance and in some places, have proposed plans for the seizure and division of their property—numbers of misled men and others of bad character, under the self-denomination of Chartists have gone from place to place and in the most violent manner disturbed and dispersed meetings of various kinds. Your Committee object to the words Household Suffrage since under any honest definition of the words—they would exclude a large majority of the men of these kingdoms—and because they have become reasonably obnoxious to the political portion of the working people.

—Excerpt of a letter from British social reformer Francis Place, written in 1842

1. Which of the following best characterizes the historical point of view of the document above?

2. The primary goal of the Chartist movement was which of the following?

3. Which of the following is the political reaction led by Klemens von Metternich that occurred as a result of the Chartists, the French Revolution, and other liberal movements?

Questions 4-6 refer to the following information.

—Scene at the Barricade, Paris, June 1848

4. The above image suggests which of the following about the French Revolution of June 1848?

5. In which of the following ways was the experience of the Polish revolutionaries different from that of the French as seen above?

6. When compared to the other revolutions in the rest of Europe in 1848, the revolution in France can be characterized as which of the following?

Questions 7-9 refer to the following information.

Look the painting below.

—Jean Francois Millet, Gleaners, 1857

7. Which of the following would be a suitable depiction of the above image?

8. Which of the following would have likely been the fate of women, such as these above, in England as the enclosure movement moved forward?

9. Whose theories on population and inadequate food supply would the above image best support?