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World History Homework Nine
Instructor: Andy Schlafly

Read the lecture.

You can substitute in a question from honors into your regular assignment, if you are not in honors. You can also substitute in a question raised from class or the lecture.

This is a reduced assignment to give students a break after the midterm exam.

1. Now that you've taken the midterm exam, how might you have prepared better? (5 words or less)

2. Religious wars in England: its loss, America's gain. Explain.

3. The French Revolution: all bad, or was there something good about it?

4. Pick another revolution and describe it.

5. Why do you think it took the world so long before revolutions started occurring?

Honors Questions (answer any 2 in addition to the above questions)

H1. Does art follow politics, or lead it? Comment in connection with "revolutionary art (including music)."

H2. Napoleon's Empire: write about any aspect of it that interests you.

H3. The Louisiana Purchase was a "win-win" deal, meaning it was advantageous for both sides. Explain.

H4. Comment on the theory or justification of a revolution, and what you think about it.

H5. Write about any other aspect of the lecture.