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Frustrations of Progress; Chaos and Complexity 1. Many of Henri Bergson's followers were made hopeful by his writings because he argued that C. we retain the freedom to create a future that differs from the one predicted by scientists. 2. One of the consequences of rapid urbanization and the creation of enormous cities has been C. the creation of gangs and criminal organizations. 3. The Helsinki Agreement of 1975 pledged its signers to recognize B. a respect for human rights. 4. Who wrote, "Here is the slave, there is the master; there is the wealth of some, here is the poverty of most . . . Here humanity attains its most complete development and its most brutish"? D. Alexis de Tocqueville 5. The purpose of Commodore Perry's mission to Japan in 1853 was to D. persuade the Japanese to open their ports to trade. 6. The term quantum mechanics refers to the study of B. subatomic particles. 7. The Marshall Plan offered assistance C. for the recovery of Western Europe. 8. The Crimean War was fought by B. Russia against the Ottomans, British, and French. 9. Freud's Oedipus complex refers to his belief that D. all male children wish to supplant their fathers 10. Most of those who fear globalization worry that it will lead to C. Americanization. 11. Comte de Gobineau, a French anthropologist, argued that human beings C. could be classified by race, with the whites at the top and blacks at the bottom. 12. The San hunters of southern Africa weren't overwhelmed during the nineteenth century because they D. live in a harsh environment. 13. Even greater than their use for human food, fish are a vital source
14. Mao Zedong's successor in China, Deng Xiaoping, began a series of reforms by urging his countrymen to C. get rich. 15. In recent centuries, when fundamentalists have gained political power, they've D. shown themselves to be intolerant of other faiths 16. The main goal of the Hapsburg Empire in World War I was C. containing its national minorities. 17. The Suez Canal, built in 1869 largely by French engineers and French capital, was significant because it D. reduced travel time from Europe to India from months to weeks. 18. An important social development in 1870s Japan was the D. abolition of samurai privileges. 19. Charles Darwin's theory of evolution threatened the role of religion because it C. suggested that God wasn't the motor of change.
CConvergence, Divergence, and Global Enlightenments 1. The vast majority of slaves shipped from Western Africa went to British North America. C. Spanish America. 2. Religious reform in Mongolia under Altan Khan was guided by B. Tibetan Buddhists. 3. One critical factor in the rapid success of the Spanish in conquering the Aztecs and the Inca that has been overlooked is the role of
D. disease. 4. The Treaty of Westphalia of 1648 gave rulers the right to impose their religion upon their subjects. A. gave rulers the right to impose their religion upon their subjects. 5. The Manchu imposed their own culture on the Chinese after the establishment of the Qing dynasty in 1644 by making D. the Chinese shave their hair. 6. What Old World product became widely popular in Eurasia only once it was cultivated in the New World? D. Sugar 7. On gaining independence from Portugal in 1822, Brazil became a A. monarchy. 8. The major contribution of the French philosopher Rene Descartes was in the realm of C. the realm of epistemology. 9. The main reason Louis XVI of France called the Estates General into session in 1789 was B. a financial crisis. 10. The Dutch and the French succeeded in overtaking Arabia in the production of B. coffee. 11. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the major reason for the high death rate among Native Americans from disease was D. lack of immunities. 12. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Japan was the world's leading producer of A. silver. 13. In North America, what was the "black gold" of the far north? D. furs. 14. By 1800, the number of African slaves that had been imported to the Americas was about _______ million. B. 7.5 15. One of the most effective forms of resistance that slaves employed against their masters was D. open rebellion 16. Which of the following best explains the lack of cholera outbreaks in Japan? C. Their use of human waste as fertilizer 17. For most people, the religious revival of the eighteenth century focused on C. feelings and enthusiasm. 18. Probably the most lasting contribution of Napoleon's rule was C. his legal code. 19. The most important factor in the British conquest of India during the eighteenth century was the D. political disunity in India. 20. Ignatius Loyola was a A. soldier who founded the Jesuits.
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1.What was a key discovery during the early sixteenth century that made regular trade possible across the Atlantic Ocean?
A. Square sails
B. The Gulf Stream
C. Monsoonal winds
2.The French philosopher Voltaire was attracted to Confucianism because he
A. felt that it pointed to an alternative to absolute monarchy.
B. believed it promoted universal access to education.
C. found it full of material he could ridicule in his satirical writings.
D. regarded it as substitute for organized religion.
3.The Americas didn't provide Europeans with added
A. technological skill.
D. natural resources.
4.Which social class suffered most during the early Tokugawa period?
5.At the end of the eighteenth century, _______ had the largest economy in the world.
6.The state that Europeans came to eye like greedy creditors around a rich man's deathbed was the _______ Empire.
7.One of the main reasons that the British developed a massive trade in opium with China was
A. because opium couldn't be sold in Europe.
B. to create millions of addicts and weaken the country.
C. to force the Chinese to open diplomatic and trade negotiations.
D. to correct a long-term trade deficit.
8.Although Chinese emperors were theoretically unlimited in their authority, during the reign of the emperor Zhengde his administration
A. joined a violent rebellion against him.
B. insisted that he go on a military campaign.
C. deposed him.
D. went on strike.
Does 8 questions are from exam Convergence, Divergence, and Global Enlightenments
5.At the end of the eighteenth century, Britain had the largest economy in the world.
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For the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham, social institutions should be evaluated on the basis of their
A. ability to provide services at the lowest cost.
B. concern for the rights of the individual over social utility.
C. imposing minimal intrusions into citizens' lives.
D. success in providing the greatest good to the greatest number
The single event that was most critical in encouraging regimentation and collectivism in Western countries was
A. the First World War.
B. the Great Depression.
C. the Russian Revolution.
D. World War II.
One of the greatest lasting social changes of the development of mass armies was the
A. breakup of aristocracies.
B. creation of national identities.
C. development of the idea of "total war."
D. complete militarization of European society
Which of the following diseases was virtually eradicated through inoculation?
Hydroelectric power requires
A. public enthusiasm.
B. a large river that can be dammed.
C. large open spaces with high winds.
D. significant amounts of sunlight.
The British argued that the banning of the opium trade by Chinese authorities in 1839 was wrong because it violated
A. basic human decency.
B. freedom of commerce.
C. the rights of individual Chinese to do as they pleased.
D. Britain's right to do whatever it wanted.
Constitutionalism is best defined as
A. the creation of a specific document or constitution.
B. a doctrine that the state is founded on rules established by citizens and rulers to which all are bound.
C. a set of beliefs that guarantees equal rights to all the citizens of a state.
D. a document that outlines democratic principles
Quinine was essential for the expansion of imperial powers because of its
A. usefulness in fighting malaria.
B. value as a base for cosmetics.
C. value for flavoring and preserving food.
D. role as a military weapon.
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In what regions did Latin Christendom expand during the period of the early Mongol expansion?
A. Prussia and North Africa
B. The Middle East and Spain
C. Britain and Spain
D. Finland and Estonia
The most important outcome of the Mongol peace was the
A. spread of Islam.
B. transfer of goods and technology from the East to the West.
C. spread of Western ideas to the East.
D. establishment of a stable, coherent government across Eurasia.
One of the benefits that the Mongols brought to Russian lands was
A. the introduction of paper currency.
B. lower taxes.
C. defense against German adventurers.
D. new farming technologies.
Zheng He's achievements include
A. the discovery of North America.
B. establishment of trade agreements with European explorers.
C. reformation of the Confucian bureaucracy.
D. extension of Chinese power over the Indian Ocean.
Which of the following is an example of new economic divisions in the European peasantry that began to occur during the fifteenth century?
A. Peasants living east of the Elbe River became freer.
B. Peasants throughout Europe became poorer.
C. Peasants living in the Balkans became freer.
D. Peasants living west of the Elbe River became freer
A period of global cooling from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century is historically referred to as
A. the Little Ice Age.
B. the Fahrenheit effect.
C. nominal cyclical cooling.
D. the Celsius effect.
Which of the following practices did the Ottomans use to strengthen their state?
A. Christian children were enslaved and trained as mercenaries.
B. Gifts were given to those who converted to Islam.
C. Missionaries were sent to remote areas to generate wealth.
D. The practice of religions other than Islam was forbidden
The great Muslim historian Ibn Khaldun saw history as a struggle between
A. rich and poor.
B. merchants and farmers.
C. different religious groups.
D. nomads and settled peoples.
At the time, most commentators in Europe and the Middle East believed that plague was
A. foretold in the Bible.
B. an invader from the Asian steppes.
C. spread by Italian merchants.
D. a method of divine punishment
What was the most effective remedy for plague?
A. Armenian clay
C. Snake venom
D. Abstaining from eating certain foods
In Mongol society, the expression "crane catching" referred to
A. successful leaders forcing submission from rivals.
B. a mysterious religious practice that's little understood today.
C. the success of Mongol merchants in establishing long-term contracts with buyers.
D. the popular pastime of hunting birds.
A group of northern European port cities organized themselves into what came to be called the
A. Knights Templar.
B. Commercial League of North Europe.
C. League of Lubeck.
D. Hanseatic League.
The majority of the wealth of the Byzantine Empire was based on
A. military conquest of new territories.
B. the productivity of the peasantry and trade.
C. private commercial ventures.
D. tribute from neighboring states.
In his famous sermon of 1095, Pope Urban II saw Christian Europe as
A. comprising all of Europe, which he thought took up much of the world.
B. being evenly divided among Europe, Africa, and Asia.
C. only a small part of Europe and an even smaller part of the larger world.
D. a military and economic powerhouse that had always been on the rise.
What were the basic movements that lay behind the development of the crusades in Western Christendom?
A. Pilgrimage and holy war
B. Chivalry and commerce
C. Exploration of new worlds and chivalry
D. Commerce and pilgrimage
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In what regions didIn the Latin Christendom expand during the period of the early Mongol expansion?
The most important outcome of the Mongol peace was the
transfer of goods and technology from the East to the West.
defense against German adventurers.
extension of Chinese power over the Indian Ocean.
A period of global cooling from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century is historically referred to as the Little Ice Age.
an invader from the Asian steppes.
the productivity of the peasantry and trade.
only a small part of Europe and an even smaller part of the larger world.
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2. The Khmer city of Angkor was laid out to evoke
A. the greatness of the Khmer regime.
B. the power of the new Muslim ruler of the Khmer people.
C. the rhythms of the seasons and of the natural world.
D. ideas of the divine design of the world.
The power of the state increased in Western Europe because of improvements in
A. relations with the church.
B. philosophies of government.
D. military technology.
A zimbabwe was a
A. tribal leader.
B. trade route though the desert.
C. fortified administration center.
D. band of warriors.
In China, the rise of the idea of a new Buddha who would inaugurate a golden age and give power to his followers led to
A. a resurgence in the power of Confucian elites.
B. the rise of the Yuan dynasty.
C. the rise of the Ming dynasty.
D. a revolution in religious belief.
During the fourteenth century, Japanese women of aristocratic rank
A. began writing fiction, a sign of their increased opportunity for education.
B. saw marriage customs change to their detriment.
C. were transformed because of their ability to hold their own property separately from their husbands.
D. became freer due to the stability of the times.
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The Khmer city of Angkor was laid out to evoke pag 271
A zimbabwe was a PAg 377
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C. the rise of the Ming dynasty. Pag 358
During the fourteenth century, Japanese women of aristocratic rank pag 362