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Customer: 3. It is the case that TaizuA. sometimes humiliated men of learning.B. was a patient and practical ruler.C. could not be controlled by the empress.D. greatly admired men of learning.4. The German Reichstag did all the following after Bismarck's resignation in 1890, exceptA. pass laws to aid workers.B. pass laws that legalized socialist political activity.C. yield central power to Kaiser ***** ***** II.D. establish the world's first social security system.6. What was distinctive about the American Declaration of Independence?A. It extended traditional English rights to all mankind.B. It extended traditional English rights to all the American colonists.C. It extended sovereignty to a distinct specified territory.D. It extended sovereignty specifically to Native Americans.7. The Directory was createdA. in immediate reaction to the execution of Danton.B. by the Committee of Public Safety.C. to extend the Reign of Terror.D. following the period of Thermidorian reaction.8. The Combination Acts of 1799 were aimed specifically atA. creating a single large union.B. obstructing initiatives proposed by Robert Owen.C. outlawing unions and strikes.D. regulating artisan crafts.10. The German journalist Fried***** *****st persuaded German states to enter into a customs union. List'sefforts expressed the ideology ofA. economic nationalism.B. economic determinism.C. tariff protectionism.D. class consciousness.12. Under the Tokugawa peace, daimyoA. castle building was encouraged.B. were prohibited from coining money.C. social status increased.D. were heavily engaged in foreign trade.14. Following the Red Turban rebellion of 1351, Zhu YuanzhangA. increased taxes on the poor.B. established a base at Beijing.C. joined the rebellion.D. ascended to power by crushing the rebellion.15. In 1789, the National Assembly revoked the privileges of the aristocracy. This occurred in reaction toA. Louis XVI's withdrawal of troops from Paris.B. a peasant uprising.C. discontent among the poor people of Paris.D. the storming of the Bastille17. During the Industrial Revolution, in all countries, the impact of the railroadsA. caused domestic labor to be replaced with overseas slave labor.B. decreased the demand for unskilled labor.C. caused domestic markets to be replaced by export markets.D. increased the demand for unskilled labor.20. Regarding Francis Xavier's missionary efforts in Japan, which statement is true?A. He was expelled from Japan and made almost no converts.B. He converted most of the daimyo.C. Most of his converts were among the poor.D. Most warlords and some of the poor adopted Christianity.1. In 1867, _______ overthrew the Tokugawa Shogunate to initiate the Meiji restoration.A. peasantsB. barbariansC. Zen priestsD. samurai2. In 1938, British Prime Minister Chamberlain declared a final act of appeasementA. when Hitler's claim on the Sudetenland was accepted.B. immediately following the Nazi occupation of Austria.C. after Hitler's forces occupied the Rhineland.D. after Hitler attacked Poland.3. The secret Chinese society, called "the Boxers" by foreigners, blamed all of China's troubles onA. the Qing Dynasty.B. the Manchus.C. foreigners, especially missionaries.D. Japan.4. With respect to the Holocaust, recent scholarship has revealed thatA. most Germans were opposed to the concentration camps.B. resistance to the Holocaust sparked attempts to assassinate Hitler.C. German soldiers in Eastern Europe generally opposed the anti-Semitic program.D. a majority of Germans were indifferent to the plight of the Jews.5. In the Soviet Union, which statement about the New Economic Policy (NEP) is true?A. The NEP privatized heavy industry.B. It established collectivized agriculture.C. The NEP was popular, but it did not lead to economic growth.D. It helped Lenin mollify the peasants.6. All the following factors were associated with the March Revolution, exceptA. the murder of Alexandra's advisor, Rasputin.B. the arrival of Lenin in Moscow.C. the abdication of Nicholas II.D. the Duma's proclamation of a provisional government.7. The 1911 revolution that overthrew the last Chinese emperor was carried out byA. Chinese army officers.B. Sun Yatsen.C. a peasant uprising.D. a Western military coalition.8. The Spanish monarch Charles III established Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador under the viceroyaltyofA. New Granada.B. Rio de la Plata.C. Peru.D. Bogotá.9. The only country in Southeast Asia to maintain its independence wasA. Siam.B. Cambodia.C. Java.D. Vietnam.10. In India, the Great Revolt was initiated byA. Hindu fundamentalists.B. a textile workers' strike.C. a group of well-armed sepoys.D. Indian peasant farmers.11. What was the immediate result of the Balkan Wars of 1912 and 1913?A. Serbian nationalism was dampened.B. The Ottoman Empire lost its last European territories.C. Great Britain formed a defensive alliance with Russia.D. The Archduke Ferdinand decided to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina.12. The United States cut off sales of oil to Japan after theA. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.B. Japanese occupation of Hong Kong.C. Japanese occupation of southern Indochina.D. Japanese attack on Dutch Indonesia.13. During World War I, the people of China and JapanA. didn't care who won the war.B. supported the Central Powers.C. strongly opposed the war on moral grounds.D. supported the Triple Entente.14. In 1927, how did Chiang Kai-shek resolve disputes between the Nationalist Party and the CommunistParty?A. He initiated the New Culture Movement.B. He specified boundaries between Nationalist and Communist territories.C. He offered Taiwan to the Communists.D. He decided to liquidate members of the Communist Party.15. In South America by 1914, _______ featured one the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.A. PeruB. VenezuelaC. ArgentinaD. Chile16. As of 1904, U.S. neocolonialism in Latin America was most strongly represented inA. Argentina.B. Brazil.C. Mexico.D. Panama.17. In 1868, General W. T. Sherman brokered the Treaty of Fort Laramie, declaring that the Dakotaswould remain the ancestral territory of theA. Cherokee.B. Sioux and Cheyenne.C. Delaware, Shawnee, and Wyandot.D. Creek and Cherokee.18. In 1916, France and Britain secretly agreed on a partition of six Middle Eastern states. The agreementbecame known as theA. Sykes-Picot agreement.B. Damascus agreement.C. Balfour Declaration.D. Treaty of Lausanne.19. In the 1840s, the Spanish recruited _______ laborers to work on plantations in Cuba.A. IndonesianB. ChineseC. VietnameseD. JapaneseEnd of exam20. Who advocated a "counter-cyclical policy" after World War II that became a well-established weaponagainst depression?A. John Maynard KeynesB. Franklin Delano RooseveltC. Herbert HooverD. Leon Trotsky1. Among the many Eastern European revolutions of 1989, the only violent, bloody revolution took placeinA. Poland.B. Romania.C. Czechoslovakia.D. Hungary.2. In the 1980s, as colonies gained independence, instances of terrorismA. remained about the same.B. increased dramatically.C. increased slightly.D. decreased.3. Regarding multinational corporations in the era of globalization, which of the following statements isfalse?A. They could sustain monopolies on their products and services.B. Their activities were sharply restrained by national governments.C. They could invest large sums of money in research and development.D. They used sophisticated promotion and advertising to sell their products around the world.4. Analysis reveals that _______ is among those countries with the lowest per capita GDP.A. RomaniaB. IndiaC. MexicoD. Argentina5. The green revolution had its greatest successes inA. the Middle East.B. Asia.C. Eastern Europe.D. Mexico.6. Since the stunning 2002 electoral victory of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), the people ofTurkey have been concerned that the AKPA. will restore Ottoman-style authoritarianism.B. will embrace radical socialism.C. will challenge Turkey's strict separation of church and state.D. will attempt to spread Turkish culture across the Middle East.7. In Japan, under the sweeping authority of General Douglas MacArthur, all of the following reforms wereenacted, exceptA. land reform assured MacArthur's support from Japan's peasants.B. the emperor was to remain a symbolic head of state.C. women were granted equality before the law.D. antitrust laws were abolished.8. After the death of Stalin in 1953, Nikita Khrushchev initiated a program of de-Stalinization. A foreignpolicy ramification of that program proposed an atmosphere of _______ with the West.A. positive relationsB. détenteC. stabile relationsD. peaceful coexistence9. When the Big Three met at _______, Harry Truman demanded free elections in Eastern Europe. Stalin'srefusal was a factor in the emergent Cold War.A. PotsdamB. BerlinC. YaltaD. Tehran10. In 1963, the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union signed an agreementA. to ban nuclear testing.B. to reduce nuclear weapons stockpiles.C. banning nuclear tests in the atmosphere.D. banning nuclear proliferation.11. Regarding Rajiv Gandhi's term as prime minister in India, which statement is true?A. He initiated the independence movement in what became Bangladesh.B. He repudiated capitalist reform.C. He resumed harsh opposition to Sikh militants.D. He rejected his mother's socialist policies.12. With respect to social problems faced by women and children around the world, which of the followingstatements is false?A. During the last few decades, instances of child sex-trafficking have declined.B. In spite of access to birth control, birth rates remain high among poor women.C. Rape has long been used as a weapon of war.D. Worldwide women and girls have increasing access to education.13. The main factor behind recent civil wars has beenA. ethnic rivalries.B. economic nationalism.C. famine.D. neocolonialism.14. In 1957, the six Western European countries of the Coal and Steel Community signed the Treaty of_______ to create the Common Market.A. LausanneB. ParisC. RomeD. Brussels15. In Nigeria, the Biafran War beganA. after a countercoup by Nigerian Muslims seized the national government.B. when an Ibo-led military council proclaimed a centralized dictatorship.C. with the death of the military dictator General Sani Abacha.D. after Nigeria was divided into 19 small units.16. In 1964, a loose union of Palestine refugees led to the formation of the Palestine LiberationOrganization (PLO) under Yasir Arafat. What was the aim of the PLO?A. Driving Israel from East JerusalemB. Establishing a Pan-Arab LeagueC. Establishing Palestinian self-rule in their original homelandD. Evicting Israel from Palestine17. The Truman Doctrine was characterized by the concept ofA. self-determination.B. détente.C. containment.D. universal sovereignty.18. In Latin America, economic nationalism has been most successful inA. Argentina and Brazil.B. Mexico and Central America.C. Mexico and Brazil.D. Chile and Argentina.19. In the mid- to late-nineteenth century, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil held a global monopoly onEnd of examA. natural gas.B. petroleum.C. kerosene.D. shale oil.20. In South Africa, in 1960, police at Sharpsville fired on a group of protestors. Sixty-nine blacks werekilled. What happened next?A. The African National Congress was outlawed.B. Nelson Mandela fled to London.C. Nelson Mandela was immediately arrested.D. The African National Congress collapsed and was disbanded.
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3. It is the case that Taizu
A. sometimes humiliated men of learning.
B. was a patient and practical ruler.
C. could not be controlled by the empress.
D. greatly admired men of learning.
4. The German Reichstag did all the following after Bismarck's resignation in 1890, except
A. pass laws to aid workers.
B. pass laws that legalized socialist political activity.
C. yield central power to Kaiser William II.
D. establish the world's first social security system.
6. What was distinctive about the American Declaration of Independence?
A. It extended traditional English rights to all mankind.
B. It extended traditional English rights to all the American colonists.
C. It extended sovereignty to a distinct specified territory.
D. It extended sovereignty specifically to Native Americans.
7. The Directory was created
A. in immediate reaction to the execution of Danton.
B. by the Committee of Public Safety.
C. to extend the Reign of Terror.
D. following the period of Thermidorian reaction.
8. The Combination Acts of 1799 were aimed specifically at
A. creating a single large union.
B. obstructing initiatives proposed by Robert Owen.
C. outlawing unions and strikes.
D. regulating artisan crafts.
10. The German journalist Fried***** *****st persuaded German states to enter into a customs union. List's
efforts expressed the ideology of
A. economic nationalism.
B. economic determinism.
C. tariff protectionism.
D. class consciousness.
12. Under the Tokugawa peace, daimyo
A. castle building was encouraged.
B. were prohibited from coining money.
C. social status increased.
D. were heavily engaged in foreign trade.
14. Following the Red Turban rebellion of 1351, Zhu Yuanzhang
A. increased taxes on the poor.
B. established a base at Beijing.
C. joined the rebellion.
D. ascended to power by crushing the rebellion.
15. In 1789, the National Assembly revoked the privileges of the aristocracy. This occurred in reaction to
A. Louis XVI's withdrawal of troops from Paris.
B. a peasant uprising.
C. discontent among the poor people of Paris.
D. the storming of the Bastille
17. During the Industrial Revolution, in all countries, the impact of the railroads
A. caused domestic labor to be replaced with overseas slave labor.
B. decreased the demand for unskilled labor.
C. caused domestic markets to be replaced by export markets.
D. increased the demand for unskilled labor.
20. Regarding Francis Xavier's missionary efforts in Japan, which statement is true?
A. He was expelled from Japan and made almost no converts.
B. He converted most of the daimyo.
C. Most of his converts were among the poor.
D. Most warlords and some of the poor adopted Christianity.
1. In 1867, _______ overthrew the Tokugawa Shogunate to initiate the Meiji restoration.
A. peasants
B. barbarians
C. Zen priests
D. samurai
2. In 1938, British Prime Minister Chamberlain declared a final act of appeasement
A. when Hitler's claim on the Sudetenland was accepted.
B. immediately following the Nazi occupation of Austria.
C. after Hitler's forces occupied the Rhineland.
D. after Hitler attacked Poland.
3. The secret Chinese society, called "the Boxers" by foreigners, blamed all of China's troubles on
A. the Qing Dynasty.
B. the Manchus.
C. foreigners, especially missionaries.
D. Japan.
4. With respect to the Holocaust, recent scholarship has revealed that
A. most Germans were opposed to the concentration camps.
B. resistance to the Holocaust sparked attempts to assassinate Hitler.
C. German soldiers in Eastern Europe generally opposed the anti-Semitic program.
D. a majority of Germans were indifferent to the plight of the Jews.
5. In the Soviet Union, which statement about the New Economic Policy (NEP) is true?
A. The NEP privatized heavy industry.
B. It established collectivized agriculture.
C. The NEP was popular, but it did not lead to economic growth.
D. It helped Lenin mollify the peasants.
6. All the following factors were associated with the March Revolution, except
A. the murder of Alexandra's advisor, Rasputin.
B. the arrival of Lenin in Moscow.
C. the abdication of Nicholas II.
D. the Duma's proclamation of a provisional government.
7. The 1911 revolution that overthrew the last Chinese emperor was carried out by
A. Chinese army officers.
B. Sun Yatsen.
C. a peasant uprising.
D. a Western military coalition.
8. The Spanish monarch Charles III established Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador under the viceroyalty
of
A. New Granada.
B. Rio de la Plata.
C. Peru.
D. Bogotá.
9. The only country in Southeast Asia to maintain its independence was
A. Siam.
B. Cambodia.
C. Java.
D. Vietnam.
10. In India, the Great Revolt was initiated by
A. Hindu fundamentalists.
B. a textile workers' strike.
C. a group of well-armed sepoys.
D. Indian peasant farmers.
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