Who said it? (What did they believe?)

Identify the quotes with their speakers or writers.



This is Who Said It? This section works similarly to flash cards. Flashcards are a great way to practice retrieval learning and we highly recommend them. You may want to use flashcards for any subject for which you need to study. For Who Said It? our advice is to try to recall each topic, term, phrase, question from memory. Consider using a piece of scrap paper to write down whatever you know about the subject. You may repeat Who Said It? tests as many times as you wish, but you should always recall from memory. You can fill in your learning gaps by examining each topic's explanation following each test. We suggest you practice some metacognition by thinking about your answer and checking your confidence in your answer and selecting Don't KnowMaybe?Probably?Definitely!  The process helps provide the consolidation of the information and establishes pathways to long-term memory. 



Select from the following authors: Edmund Burke, John Stuart Mill, John Locke, Adam Smith, Thomas Jefferson, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Karl Marx, Thomas Hobbes (authors can be used more than once)