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Who was the French philosopher whose belief in the goodness of human nature paved the way for Romanticism? A. Ludwig van Beethoven B. Eugene Delacroix C. Jean-Jacques Rousseau D. William Wordsworth
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, French philosopher whose belief in the goodness of human nature paved the way for Romanticism.
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Which Scottish-born inventor opened a school to train teachers of the deaf in Boston and later built a device to transmit the human voice through a wire? A. Gustav Eiffel B. Alexander Graham Bell C. Andrew Carnegie D. Henry Ford
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Adam Smith believed that competition in the marketplace was important because it allows the most efficient businesses to survive and helps consumers get the lowest prices.
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