Unit 5 Review

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Enlightenment &
Revolutions
Industrial
Revolution
World Wars
Imperialism
Nationalism
& Cold War
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Doom for 1
Which of the following would John Locke have argued?
a.
The king is appointed by the divine will of God, and people have
to respect that.
b.
Individual rights can only be guaranteed by an absolute ruler
whose power is unchecked by the populace.
c.
People have the right to rebellion.
d.
The abolition of private property is necessary for the
harmonious functioning of society.
e.
Democracy does not work because not all people are equal or
should be a part of the working government.
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Doom for 1
c.
People have the right to rebellion.
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Doom for 2
The system of social organization in France would have
placed the clergy in
a.
the first estate
b.
the second estate
c.
the third estate
d.
clergy were not governed by secular legal classifications.
e.
none of these
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Doom for 2
a.
the first estate
.
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Doom for 3
Napoleon's rise to power marked another modern form of
government called
a.
popular sovereignty
b.
enlightened despotism
c.
republicanism
d.
popular authoritarianism
e.
proletarian dictatorship
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Doom for 3
d.
popular authoritarianism
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Doom for 4
Support for the Haitian revolution was found in the gens
de couleur, who were
a.
revolutionary women's brigades
b.
free men and women of color in Haiti
c.
wealthy planters in Haiti
d.
radical revolutionaries in the National Assembly
e.
disenfranchised military officers who refused to enforce
French government orders of slavery in the West Indies
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Doom for 4
b.
free men and women of color in
Haiti
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Doom for 5
Which of the following did not contribute to the financial
crisis that triggered the French Revolution?
a.
The costs of the Seven Years War
b.
The costs of the American Revolution
c.
The costs of the War of Austrian Succession
d.
Failure to collect tithes from the clergy
e.
Failure to collect taxes from the nobility
a)
.
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Doom for 5
d.
Failure to collect tithes from the clergy
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RRA for 1
In rural areas manufacture was carried out through
cottage industries, where
a.
a factory owner "put out" his workers to work in other
factories.
b.
merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and
picked up the finished product.
c.
merchants and factory owners collaborated to "cottage"
a lower wage.
d.
silk and cotton textiles were manufactured together.
e.
workers led an idyllic working life.
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RRA for 1
b.
merchants delivered raw materials to
craftspeople and picked up the finished product.
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RRA for 2
In continental Europe, industries such as iron,
construction, and machinery were greatly stimulated by
a.
railroads.
b.
the Crimean War.
c.
the use of slave labor.
d.
the increase in literacy.
e.
American banking advances.
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RRA for 2
a.
railroads.
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RRA for 3
Smith's argument challenged the prevailing economic
model of the time, which was:
a.
mercantilism
b.
capitalism
c.
communism.
d.
industrialism.
e.
anarchosyndicalism.
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RRA for 3
a.
mercantilism
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RRA for 4
Britain's main strategy to eliminate competition in trade was to
a.
flood the market with cheap goods and drive competitors out of
business.
b.
start a war, which Britain could win because of its superior
navy.
c.
suppress all unionist activity that might cause an interruption of
productivity.
d.
send all the Chartist reformers to Australia.
e.
send in saboteurs to destroy other countries' factories.
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a.
flood the market with
cheap goods and drive
competitors out of
business.
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RRA for 5
Thomas Malthus's explanation of workers' misfortunes was that
a.
the population was outgrowing the food supply.
b.
workers were immoral and destined to fail.
c.
the weak would perish and the strong would survive.
d.
workers needed to work harder and longer hours.
e.
the government was uncaring.
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RRA for 5
a.
the population was outgrowing the food supply.
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H&H for 1
The root cause of the Crimean War was
a.
Russia's desire to expand south for naval access to the
Mediterranean Sea.
b.
Russia's desire to spread Orthodox Christianity
throughout the Ottoman Empire.
c.
Ottoman domination of Serbia.
d.
Russia's desire to control Constantinople (Istanbul).
e.
Russia's siding with Greece during the 1829
independence movement.
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H&H for 1
a.
Russia's desire to expand south for naval access to the
Mediterranean Sea.
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H&H for 2
When Britain was unable to obtain enough tea to meet its
demand and China did not import enough British goods,
the British responded by
a.
starting the illicit trade of opium.
b.
supporting the Bannerman to overthrow the Qing.
c.
instigating the White Lotus rebellion.
d.
bombing Saipei.
e.
trying to destroy China's production of silk.
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H&H for 2
a.
starting the illicit trade of opium.
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H&H for 3
The EIC transformed the Indian economy by
a.
encouraging the Indian mercantile economy.
b.
expanding agricultural production and decreasing industrial
output.
c.
extending social security benefits to all castes.
d.
taxing merchants on a lower scale than farmers.
e.
expanding industrial capacity so that it would be in line with
the West.
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H&H for 3
b.
expanding agricultural production and
decreasing industrial output.
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H&H for 4
Who demanded that Japan open its ports for refueling and
trade?
a.
Robert Clive
b.
Matthew Perry
c.
Cecil Rhodes
d.
Tsar Nicholas
e.
Benjamin Disraeli
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H&H for 4
This guy>>
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H&H for 5
Leaders of Meiji Japan planned to remain free from
Western imperialism by
a.
negotiating with Western diplomats.
b.
restricting Western access to Japan.
c.
keeping out all foreign influences.
d.
becoming a world-class industrial power.
e.
using propaganda to make Japanese people hostile to
Westerners.
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H&H for 5
d.
becoming a world-class industrial power.
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Dutch Wildcard for 1
During World War I, Africa
a.
was the only region to prosper.
b.
provided over a million Africans for armed services.
c.
was the scene of the heaviest fighting.
d.
united to oppose and overthrow colonial powers.
e.
didn't support the war.
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Dutch Wildcard for 1
b.
provided over a million Africans for armed services.
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Dutch Wildcard for 2
The Russian army during the war
a.
was smaller than the German forces and was better
equipped.
b.
was very large but poorly supplied and led.
c.
fought in very few battles.
d.
was doing very well until the Revolution began.
e.
fought the German army to its defeat and occupied Berlin.
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Dutch Oven for 2
b.
was very large but poorly
supplied and led.
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Double Dutch for 3
Woodrow Wilson's proposal for settlement of the
European affairs was based on his principle of:
a.
liberalism.
b.
self-determination.
c.
home rule.
d.
mandates.
e.
protectorate status.
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Dutch for 3
b.
self-determination
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Dutch for 4
Hitler's goal for Germany included all of the following
except
a.
the repeal of the Treaty of Versailles.
b.
to take over all German-speaking territory.
c.
to expand into Poland.
d.
to eliminate the Jews from Europe.
e.
to divide the Western world from the Eastern by a
tripartite pact with Japan.
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Dutch for 4
e.
to divide the Western world from the Eastern by
a tripartite pact with Japan.
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Dutch for 5
In the wake of World War II, the model of economic
recovery in the west emphasized
a.
hoarding of resources from Communist countries.
b.
a military industrial complex.
c.
redevelopment of transportation infrastructures in the
wake of wartime destruction.
d.
restructuring of the labor system.
e.
the production of consumer goods
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Dutch for 5
e.
the production of consumer goods
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Qing for 1
South African governments used policies of racial
segregation called
a.
blitzkrieg.
b.
partition.
c.
secession.
d.
volkgeist.
e.
apartheid.
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Qing 1
e.
apartheid.
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Qing for 2
In 1956, Israel, Great Britain, and France joined together
to
a.
invade Egypt and seize the Suez Canal.
b.
drive the Palestinians from Jerusalem.
c.
make a treaty against the dictatorship in Iraq.
d.
create a demilitarized zone in the Middle East.
e.
block China's entry as a member of the United Nations
Security Council.
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Qing for 2
a.
invade Egypt and seize the Suez Canal.
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Qing for 3
The "Brazilian Solution" refers to
a.
the rapid population expansion in Latin American nations.
b.
Amerindian genocide.
c.
the combination of dictatorship, repression, and
government promotion of industrialization.
d.
a chemical spray used to destroy the rain forest.
e.
the development of a defense against nuclear attack.
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Qing for 3
c.
the combination of dictatorship, repression, and
government promotion of industrialization.
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Qing for 4
Which is most true of the communist states by the 1980s
and 1990s?
a.
They were uniform in character.
b.
They were subservient to the USSR.
c.
They had never engaged in an armed conflict with
another communist state.
d.
Deep divisions had appeared among communist states.
e.
The collapse of the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact states
was widely foreseen and predicted in the 1980s.
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Qing for 4
d.
Deep divisions had appeared among
communist states.
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Qing for 5
In 1994, genocide was perpetrated by
a.
Rwandan Hutus against Tutsis.
b.
South African minorities against blacks.
c.
Egyptian Christians against Muslims.
d.
Sudanese Arabs against the people of Darfur.
e.
Muslim Nigerians against Christians.
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Qing for 5
a.
Rwandan Hutus against Tutsis.
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