Rights of Man Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What forms of objection were there to the Articles of Confederation? (from Of Constitutions)

2.

In Paine's opinion, what did the power of the Peers represent? (from Ways and Means of Improving the Conditions of Europe, Interspersed with Miscellaneous Observations)

3.

By writing Part Two of Rights of Man, what was Paine aiming to reveal about the claims of government to produce order? (from Part the Second, Combining Principle of Practice, Preface and Introduction, Chapter 1, Of Society and Civilization, Chapter 2, Of the Origin of the Present Old Governments, Chapter 3, Of the Old and New Systems of Government)

4.

What was Paine's opinion of Burke's new work when he wrote Part Two of Rights of Man? (from Part the Second, Combining Principle of Practice, Preface and Introduction, Chapter 1, Of Society and Civilization, Chapter 2, Of the Origin of the Present Old Governments, Chapter 3, Of the Old and New Systems of Government)

5.

Who did Paine contend that a monarchy was maintained to amuse? (from Part the Second, Combining Principle of Practice, Preface and Introduction, Chapter 1, Of Society and Civilization, Chapter 2, Of the Origin of the Present Old Governments, Chapter 3, Of the Old and New Systems of Government)

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