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Title: AP World History: Multiple Choice Questions - Time Period 6 1914 - Present


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AP World History Multiple Choice Questions
- Time Period 6 1914 - Present
2
  • 1. Which of the following policies led to
    radicalism in both the French Revolution after
    1789 and the Russian Revolution after 1917?
  • Strikes by factory workers
  • War against foreign enemies
  • Coming to power of the peasantry
  • Imposition of socialism

3
  • 1. Which of the following policies led to
    radicalism in both the French Revolution after
    1789 and the Russian Revolution after 1917?
  • Strikes by factory workers
  • War against foreign enemies
  • Coming to power of the peasantry
  • Imposition of socialism

4
  • 2. Anti-colonial movements like the Congress
    Party in India and the Young Turks agreed on
    which of the following?
  • Their emphasis on purely linguistic nationalism
  • The desire to return their societies to an
    earlier pre-industrial age.
  • Their intent to engage in territorial expansion
    at the expense of their weaker neighbors.
  • The need for reform in order to resist European
    imperialism.

5
  • 2. Anti-colonial movements like the Congress
    Party in India and the Young Turks agreed on
    which of the following?
  • Their emphasis on purely linguistic nationalism
  • The desire to return their societies to an
    earlier pre-industrial age.
  • Their intent to engage in territorial expansion
    at the expense of their weaker neighbors.
  • The need for reform in order to resist European
    imperialism.

6
  • 3. Which of the following is an accurate
    comparison of the Chinese and the Mexican
    revolutions of the twentieth century?
  • Both promoted imperialism
  • Both promoted religious education
  • Both were supported by an elite group of
    landlords.
  • Both generated land-redistribution policies

7
  • 3. Which of the following is an accurate
    comparison of the Chinese and the Mexican
    revolutions of the twentieth century?
  • Both promoted imperialism
  • Both promoted religious education
  • Both were supported by an elite group of
    landlords.
  • Both generated land-redistribution policies

8
  • 4. Which of the following statements about
    Africa after 1946 is true?
  • Most African colonies gained national
    independence
  • The Organization of African Unity resolved the
    issues that most African states found divisive
  • There was little post-colonial conflict in newly
    independent states.
  • Colonial patterns of trade disappeared.

9
  • 4. Which of the following statements about
    Africa after 1946 is true?
  • Most African colonies gained national
    independence
  • The Organization of African Unity resolved the
    issues that most African states found divisive
  • There was little post-colonial conflict in newly
    independent states.
  • Colonial patterns of trade disappeared.

10
  • 5. By 1980 most industrialized countries
    reached a fairly stable population level, but
    population growth in non-industrialized countries
    continued at a very high rate. The most likely
    explanation for this difference is that
  • Climatic shifts resulting from global warming
    have caused population decline in the
    industrialized countries.
  • The green revolution was rejected by
    industrialized countries but embraced by
    non-industrialized countries.
  • Pollution in industrialized countries caused a
    decline in human fertility rates
  • Children are a more important source of labor in
    agricultural than in industrial societies

11
  • 5. By 1980 most industrialized countries
    reached a fairly stable population level, but
    population growth in non-industrialized countries
    continued at a very high rate. The most likely
    explanation for this difference is that
  • Climatic shifts resulting from global warming
    have caused population decline in the
    industrialized countries.
  • The green revolution was rejected by
    industrialized countries but embraced by
    non-industrialized countries.
  • Pollution in industrialized countries caused a
    decline in human fertility rates
  • Children are a more important source of labor in
    agricultural than in industrial societies

12
  • 6. Mao Zedong and Mohandas Gandhi both appealed
    to which of the following as a base of support?
  • Warlords, wealthy landowners, and merchants
  • Westernized elites
  • Peasants
  • Urban factory workers

13
  • 6. Mao Zedong and Mohandas Gandhi both appealed
    to which of the following as a base of support?
  • Warlords, wealthy landowners, and merchants
  • Westernized elites
  • Peasants
  • Urban factory workers

14
  • 7. Which of the following led to the most
    dramatic change in the status of Chinese peasant
    women in the 1940s and 1950s?
  • The policies of Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) that
    attempted to give rural women more economic
    opportunities
  • Maoist principles that banned arranged marriages
    and made women an important part of the Communist
    womens movement.
  • The Christian missionaries and their work among
    peasant families
  • The success of the Japanese during the occupation
    in making men and women equal participants in the
    economy

15
  • 7. Which of the following led to the most
    dramatic change in the status of Chinese peasant
    women in the 1940s and 1950s?
  • The policies of Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) that
    attempted to give rural women more economic
    opportunities
  • Maoist principles that banned arranged marriages
    and made women an important part of the Communist
    womens movement.
  • The Christian missionaries and their work among
    peasant families
  • The success of the Japanese during the occupation
    in making men and women equal participants in the
    economy

16
  • 8. Which of the following was not a long term
    effect of World War I?
  • ensuing Spanish flu kills less people than World
    War I
  • womens suffrage movement succeeds
  • general decline of European global power
  • social transformation where aristocracy loses
    power

17
  • 8. Which of the following was not a long term
    effect of World War I?
  • ensuing Spanish flu kills less people than World
    War I
  • womens suffrage movement succeeds
  • general decline of European global power
  • social transformation where aristocracy loses
    power

18
  • 9. What was Lenin's solution to Russian
    participation in World War I?
  • He successfully achieved a significant role at
    the Versailles peace negotiations
  • He immediately demanded that his British and
    French allies send humanitarian, economic, and
    military aid to the eastern front
  • He launched a massive offensive campaign that
    carried Russian forces deep within Germany
  • He negotiated a peace treaty with the Germans and
    surrendered huge amounts of land on Russia's
    western border

19
  • 9. What was Lenin's solution to Russian
    participation in World War I?
  • He successfully achieved a significant role at
    the Versailles peace negotiations
  • He immediately demanded that his British and
    French allies send humanitarian, economic, and
    military aid to the eastern front
  • He launched a massive offensive campaign that
    carried Russian forces deep within Germany
  • He negotiated a peace treaty with the Germans and
    surrendered huge amounts of land on Russia's
    western border

20
  • 10. Which of the following is NOT a contributing
    cause of the Great Depression?
  • The tangle of debts, loans and reparations
    payments that linked British, French, German and
    American investors
  • The failure of American industry to provide new
    consumer goods
  • Overproduction in certain commodities led to a
    drop in prices
  • A global slump in agriculture due to increased
    production and falling prices

21
  • 10. Which of the following is NOT a contributing
    cause of the Great Depression?
  • The tangle of debts, loans and reparations
    payments that linked British, French, German and
    American investors
  • The failure of American industry to provide new
    consumer goods
  • Overproduction in certain commodities led to a
    drop in prices
  • A global slump in agriculture due to increased
    production and falling prices

22
  • 11. The Zionist movement primarily desired to
  • create a Jewish homeland in Palestine
  • free Jerusalem from the Arabs
  • stop the persecution of Jews in England
  • destroy Germany

23
  • 11. The Zionist movement primarily desired to
  • create a Jewish homeland in Palestine
  • free Jerusalem from the Arabs
  • stop the persecution of Jews in England
  • destroy Germany

24
  • 12. Which of the following was not one of the
    elements in the Treaty of Versailles that angered
    Germany?
  • infamous guilt clause
  • amount of reparations it had to pay
  • loss of territory it sustained
  • high tariffs enacted by the allies

25
  • 12. Which of the following was not one of the
    elements in the Treaty of Versailles that angered
    Germany?
  • infamous guilt clause
  • amount of reparations it had to pay
  • loss of territory it sustained
  • high tariffs enacted by the allies

26
  • 13. Indian nationalists during World War I
    supported Britain enthusiastically and
  • wished to remain a colony forever
  • sent aid to help support Germany
  • expected that India would be granted independence
    after the war.
  • received independence immediately as a result

27
  • 13. Indian nationalists during World War I
    supported Britain enthusiastically and
  • wished to remain a colony forever
  • sent aid to help support Germany
  • expected that India would be granted independence
    after the war.
  • received independence immediately as a result

28
  • 14. Why were people attracted to the messages of
    radical politicians after World War I?
  • They felt great hope and enthusiasm for the
    future
  • They were embittered as a result of World War I
    and unemployment, and they were bewildered by
    modernity.
  • They wanted to preserve the status quo
  • The war demonstrated the perfectibility of man
    and to waste such an opportunity seemed foolish
    to them

29
  • 14. Why were people attracted to the messages of
    radical politicians after World War I?
  • They felt great hope and enthusiasm for the
    future
  • They were embittered as a result of World War I
    and unemployment, and they were bewildered by
    modernity.
  • They wanted to preserve the status quo
  • The war demonstrated the perfectibility of man
    and to waste such an opportunity seemed foolish
    to them

30
  • 15. Mao Zedongs variety of Communism was a
    radical departure from the traditional ideology
    because it
  • placed its emphasis on the urban proletariat
  • involved no land distribution
  • relied on the peasantry
  • only accepted individuals under twelve years so
    they could be properly indoctrinated

31
  • 15. Mao Zedongs variety of Communism was a
    radical departure from the traditional ideology
    because it
  • placed its emphasis on the urban proletariat
  • involved no land distribution
  • relied on the peasantry
  • only accepted individuals under twelve years so
    they could be properly indoctrinated

32
  • 16. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
    was a
  • military alliance consisting of the United States
    and Western European countries
  • military alliance consisting of the USSR and
    Eastern European countries
  • military alliance of newly freed African
    countries
  • military compact among the non-aligned states

33
  • 16. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
    was a
  • military alliance consisting of the United States
    and Western European countries
  • military alliance consisting of the USSR and
    Eastern European countries
  • military alliance of newly freed African
    countries
  • military compact among the non-aligned states

34
  • 17. Which of the following is not one way in
    which India and Pakistan differed?
  • Pakistan was a democracy, while India was not
  • Pakistan defined itself according to religion and
    was under military leadership
  • India had a larger portion of the industrial and
    educational resources
  • India was larger and was 90 percent Hindu

35
  • 17. Which of the following is not one way in
    which India and Pakistan differed?
  • Pakistan was a democracy, while India was not
  • Pakistan defined itself according to religion and
    was under military leadership
  • India had a larger portion of the industrial and
    educational resources
  • India was larger and was 90 percent Hindu

36
  • 18. The 1966 Chinese Cultural Revolution was
    initially intended to
  • restrict artistic activity
  • control Chinese intellectual institutions
  • have the army control the Red Guards
  • instill revolutionary fervor in a new generation

37
  • 18. The 1966 Chinese Cultural Revolution was
    initially intended to
  • restrict artistic activity
  • control Chinese intellectual institutions
  • have the army control the Red Guards
  • instill revolutionary fervor in a new generation

38
  • 19. Since World War II, the most important
    political issue in Arab countries has been the
  • struggle with Israel
  • Suez Canal crisis
  • military coup in Iraq
  • independence of OPEC nations

39
  • 19. Since World War II, the most important
    political issue in Arab countries has been the
  • struggle with Israel
  • Suez Canal crisis
  • military coup in Iraq
  • independence of OPEC nations

40
  • 20. Which of the following is the BEST
    description of political trends in the era
    between WW I and WW II?
  • A number of political systems in industrialized
    nations became decidedly more authoritarian
  • Communist social movements weakened considerably
  • Most countries returned to rule by hereditary
    monarchies
  • The international influence of European
    imperialist powers increased significantly

41
  • 20. Which of the following is the BEST
    description of political trends in the era
    between WW I and WW II?
  • A number of political systems in industrialized
    nations became decidedly more authoritarian
  • Communist social movements weakened considerably
  • Most countries returned to rule by hereditary
    monarchies
  • The international influence of European
    imperialist powers increased significantly

42
  • 21. After independence in 1947 the Indian
    subcontinent was partitioned into different
    countries based primarily on
  • natural geographic boundaries
  • economic development
  • political differences
  • religious identities

43
  • 21. After independence in 1947 the Indian
    subcontinent was partitioned into different
    countries based primarily on
  • natural geographic boundaries
  • economic development
  • political differences
  • religious identities

44
  • 22. After World War II the hegemony of Western
    Europe was broken and replaced by
  • hegemony of supranational organizations
  • hegemony of Japan and China
  • competition between Russia and countries of the
    Middle East for control
  • competition between the United States and the
    Soviet Union

45
  • 22. After World War II the hegemony of Western
    Europe was broken and replaced by
  • hegemony of supranational organizations
  • hegemony of Japan and China
  • competition between Russia and countries of the
    Middle East for control
  • competition between the United States and the
    Soviet Union

46
  • 23. Which of the following is not a
    characteristic of modern global corporations?
  • Global corporations seek out the cheapest labor
    and raw materials
  • Global corporations often pay taxes in more than
    one country
  • Global corporations prefer locations with few, if
    any, environmental laws
  • Global corporations favor unrestricted free trade

47
  • 23. Which of the following is not a
    characteristic of modern global corporations?
  • Global corporations seek out the cheapest labor
    and raw materials
  • Global corporations often pay taxes in more than
    one country
  • Global corporations prefer locations with few, if
    any, environmental laws
  • Global corporations favor unrestricted free trade

48
  • 24. Which of the following statements is not true
    of modern global consumption?
  • Consumption becomes a means of self-expression as
    well as a source for personal identity
  • Modern consumption is shaped by wants and desires
    rather than by needs or necessities
  • Global consumption is entirely one way the
    tastes of the United States are imposed on the
    rest of the world
  • Where products scarcely vary from one another,
    consumers are encouraged to make purchases based
    on brand names

49
  • 24. Which of the following statements is not true
    of modern global consumption?
  • Consumption becomes a means of self-expression as
    well as a source for personal identity
  • Modern consumption is shaped by wants and desires
    rather than by needs or necessities
  • Global consumption is entirely one way the
    tastes of the United States are imposed on the
    rest of the world
  • Where products scarcely vary from one another,
    consumers are encouraged to make purchases based
    on brand names

50
  • 25. Which of the following statements is not true
    of modern terrorism?
  • Modern terrorists routinely employ violence
    against civilian targets
  • Modern terrorists use sophisticated modern
    weapons and technologies
  • Modern terrorists are not confined to any one
    state and operate effectively across borders
  • Modern terrorists have been largely successful in
    achieving their political objectives

51
  • 25. Which of the following statements is not true
    of modern terrorism?
  • Modern terrorists routinely employ violence
    against civilian targets
  • Modern terrorists use sophisticated modern
    weapons and technologies
  • Modern terrorists are not confined to any one
    state and operate effectively across borders
  • Modern terrorists have been largely successful in
    achieving their political objectives

52
  • 26. As a response to the protests that culminated
    in Tiananmen Square, the Chinese government
  • asked the United Nations to bring in peacekeepers
  • used force
  • accepted reforms
  • disbanded the Communist government and allowed
    free elections

53
  • 26. As a response to the protests that culminated
    in Tiananmen Square, the Chinese government
  • asked the United Nations to bring in peacekeepers
  • used force
  • accepted reforms
  • disbanded the Communist government and allowed
    free elections

54
  • 27. Which of the following is generally not
    associated with the low birthrates of older
    industrial nations?
  • higher levels of womens employment and education
  • access to contraception and abortion
  • environmental pollution
  • women deferring marriage and children until they
    have established careers

55
  • 27. Which of the following is generally not
    associated with the low birthrates of older
    industrial nations?
  • higher levels of womens employment and education
  • access to contraception and abortion
  • environmental pollution
  • women deferring marriage and children until they
    have established careers

56
  • 28. What is globalization?
  • the attempt to colonize planets in space
  • the growing global economic, cultural, and
    political integration and interaction
  • protecting the markets in your country by raising
    tariffs
  • the call for a one-world government

57
  • 28. What is globalization?
  • the attempt to colonize planets in space
  • the growing global economic, cultural, and
    political integration and interaction
  • protecting the markets in your country by raising
    tariffs
  • the call for a one-world government

58
  • 29. In 2002, the European Union promoted economic
    growth and free trade by
  • signing NAFTA agreements
  • taking advantage of loans from the United Nations
  • adopting a common currency, the Euro
  • unifying all of Europe into one single country

59
  • 29. In 2002, the European Union promoted economic
    growth and free trade by
  • signing NAFTA agreements
  • taking advantage of loans from the United Nations
  • adopting a common currency, the Euro
  • unifying all of Europe into one single country

60
  • 30. Asian and African countries developed
    nationalism as a result of Europeans
  • unintentionally uniting people through
    educational efforts.
  • promoting free trade associations among the
    colonies.
  • establishing Christianity as the common religion.
  • discouraging patriotic feelings toward the mother
    country.

61
  • 30. Asian and African countries developed
    nationalism as a result of Europeans
  • unintentionally uniting people through
    educational efforts.
  • promoting free trade associations among the
    colonies.
  • establishing Christianity as the common religion.
  • discouraging patriotic feelings toward the mother
    country.

62
  • 31. Non-Western nationalist movements in the
    early 20th century had which of the following in
    common?
  • They were led by Marxists looking to overturn
    capitalist structures.
  • They typically were led by Western-educated
    elites looking to modernize their nations.
  • They were imbued with egalitarian, progressive
    impulses for the under-classes in their nations.
  • They usually involved a complete rejection of
    Western material culture.

63
  • 31. Non-Western nationalist movements in the
    early 20th century had which of the following in
    common?
  • They were led by Marxists looking to overturn
    capitalist structures.
  • They typically were led by Western-educated
    elites looking to modernize their nations.
  • They were imbued with egalitarian, progressive
    impulses for the under-classes in their nations.
  • They usually involved a complete rejection of
    Western material culture.

64
  • 32. After the Versailles Conference, Arab leaders
  • were frustrated by the limited autonomy granted
    them as mandate states
  • were overjoyed by the Balfour Declaration
  • were grateful to the Turkish government for
    standing up on behalf of the Middle East at the
    conference
  • were angry that Middle Eastern affairs had not
    been discussed at all during the conference

65
  • 32. After the Versailles Conference, Arab leaders
  • were frustrated by the limited autonomy granted
    them as mandate states
  • were overjoyed by the Balfour Declaration
  • were grateful to the Turkish government for
    standing up on behalf of the Middle East at the
    conference
  • were angry that Middle Eastern affairs had not
    been discussed at all during the conference

66
  • 33. Prior to World War I, what was the primary
    difference between the Egyptian and the Indian
    nationalist movements?
  • In India, a single political party dominated the
    nationalist movement, but in Egypt, a variety of
    rival parties proliferated.
  • The Egyptian nationalist movement was dominated
    by the peasantry, while in India Western-educated
    lawyers ran the movement.
  • Whereas India was dominated by the British since
    the eighteenth century, Europeans played no role
    in Egyptian colonialism.
  • Egyptians advocated the radical overthrowing of
    colonial powers, while leaders in India
    encouraged the populace to become more western.

67
  • 33. Prior to World War I, what was the primary
    difference between the Egyptian and the Indian
    nationalist movements?
  • In India, a single political party dominated the
    nationalist movement, but in Egypt, a variety of
    rival parties proliferated.
  • The Egyptian nationalist movement was dominated
    by the peasantry, while in India Western-educated
    lawyers ran the movement.
  • Whereas India was dominated by the British since
    the eighteenth century, Europeans played no role
    in Egyptian colonialism.
  • Egyptians advocated the radical overthrowing of
    colonial powers, while leaders in India
    encouraged the populace to become more western.

68
  • 34. Which of the following statements concerning
    the Ottoman Empire is most accurate?
  • As a result of their participation in World War
    I, the Ottoman Empire effectively collapsed.
  • The Ottoman participation on the Allied side
    allowed the Turks to reassert their dominance
    over the Arabs.
  • With the withdrawal of Russia from the conflict,
    the Ottoman recovered much land previously lost
    in southern Russia.
  • Unlike the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman
    Empire was severely weakened by World War I but
    continued to exist as a political entity.

69
  • 34. Which of the following statements concerning
    the Ottoman Empire is most accurate?
  • As a result of their participation in World War
    I, the Ottoman Empire effectively collapsed.
  • The Ottoman participation on the Allied side
    allowed the Turks to reassert their dominance
    over the Arabs.
  • With the withdrawal of Russia from the conflict,
    the Ottoman recovered much land previously lost
    in southern Russia.
  • Unlike the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman
    Empire was severely weakened by World War I but
    continued to exist as a political entity.

70
  • 34. Which statement is most accurate about Latin
    America today?
  • Elections in several Central and South American
    nations have brought communist governments to
    power.
  • Military governments or dictatorships have been
    replaced by democracies in many Latin American
    nations.
  • Debts owed to most foreign nations have been
    paid.
  • US support has placed most leaders in power.

71
  • 34. Which statement is most accurate about Latin
    America today?
  • Elections in several Central and South American
    nations have brought communist governments to
    power.
  • Military governments or dictatorships have been
    replaced by democracies in many Latin American
    nations.
  • Debts owed to most foreign nations have been
    paid.
  • US support has placed most leaders in power.

72
  • 35. Which of the following statements concerning
    the states of the Pacific Rim is most accurate?
  • Individualism was the hallmark of the economic
    development of this region.
  • The Pacific Rim states abandoned traditional
    Confucian concepts in pursuit of Western culture.
  • Most of the states of the Pacific Rim depended on
    centralized government planning with sharp
    limitations on dissent and instability.
  • All of the states of the Pacific Rim benefited
    from having been former British colonies.

73
  • 35. Which of the following statements concerning
    the states of the Pacific Rim is most accurate?
  • Individualism was the hallmark of the economic
    development of this region.
  • The Pacific Rim states abandoned traditional
    Confucian concepts in pursuit of Western culture.
  • Most of the states of the Pacific Rim depended on
    centralized government planning with sharp
    limitations on dissent and instability.
  • All of the states of the Pacific Rim benefited
    from having been former British colonies.

74
  • 36. Which of the following was not among the
    effects of World War I?
  • The belligerents dissipate their national wealth
    and left their countries deeply in debt
  • Resulting tensions and resentments led to the
    emergence of the totalitarian state
  • Autocratic monarchies in Germany,
    Austria-Hungary, and Russia were swept away.
  • Ideas of self-determination were used in
    determining the fates of the former colonies of
    the Central Powers.

75
  • 36. Which of the following was not among the
    effects of World War I?
  • The belligerents dissipate their national wealth
    and left their countries deeply in debt
  • Resulting tensions and resentments led to the
    emergence of the totalitarian state
  • Autocratic monarchies in Germany,
    Austria-Hungary, and Russia were swept away.
  • Ideas of self-determination were used in
    determining the fates of the former colonies of
    the Central Powers.

76
  • 37. Which basic belief characterized the
    totalitarian governments of Benito Mussolini and
    Saddam Hussein?
  • Nations must have written constitutions and free
    elections.
  • All religions are accepted.
  • The needs of the state are more important than
    individual rights.
  • Representatives of the people make the laws.

77
  • 37. Which basic belief characterized the
    totalitarian governments of Benito Mussolini and
    Saddam Hussein?
  • Nations must have written constitutions and free
    elections.
  • All religions are accepted.
  • The needs of the state are more important than
    individual rights.
  • Representatives of the people make the laws.

78
  • 38. Which of the following was NOT a feature of
    twentieth-century history?
  • The formation of international organizations
  • A changing balance of power
  • A lessening of conflict
  • Changing patterns of global migration

79
  • 38. Which of the following was NOT a feature of
    twentieth-century history?
  • The formation of international organizations
  • A changing balance of power
  • A lessening of conflict
  • Changing patterns of global migration

80
  • 39. Western nations lost their empires in Asia
    and Africa chiefly in the three-decade period
    from
  • 1885-1915.
  • 1915-1945.
  • 1945-1975.
  • 1965-1995.

81
  • 39. Western nations lost their empires in Asia
    and Africa chiefly in the three-decade period
    from
  • 1885-1915.
  • 1915-1945.
  • 1945-1975.
  • 1965-1995.

82
  • 40. Which of the following best describes how
    many Europeans, living through the Great
    Depression, thought about political systems?
  • All forms of governments are bad
  • Liberalism was in decline and authoritarianism
    was on the rise
  • Both Liberalism and authoritarianism are good
  • Authoritarianism is evil

83
  • 40. Which of the following best describes how
    many Europeans, living through the Great
    Depression, thought about political systems?
  • All forms of governments are bad
  • Liberalism was in decline and authoritarianism
    was on the rise
  • Both Liberalism and authoritarianism are good
  • Authoritarianism is evil

84
  • 41. Within their respective nations, both Ho Chi
    Minh and Fidel Castro achieved their goals by
  • using armed conflict to bring a democratic
    government to power.
  • following a policy of nonalignment.
  • working to build a capitalist system.
  • successfully resisting a US-backed military
    intervention.

85
  • 41. Within their respective nations, both Ho Chi
    Minh and Fidel Castro achieved their goals by
  • using armed conflict to bring a democratic
    government to power.
  • following a policy of nonalignment.
  • working to build a capitalist system.
  • successfully resisting a US-backed military
    intervention.

86
  • 42. The Depression of 1929
  • Had far less of an impact on Latin America than
    it had on Europe or the U.S.
  • Was not the turning point that the First and
    Second World Wars were
  • Caused Latin America to veer towards
    authoritarian regimes
  • Impacted Europe but had almost no effect on Asia.

87
  • 42. The Depression of 1929
  • Had far less of an impact on Latin America than
    it had on Europe or the U.S.
  • Was not the turning point that the First and
    Second World Wars were
  • Caused Latin America to veer towards
    authoritarian regimes
  • Impacted Europe but had almost no effect on Asia.

88
  • 43. One of the chief by-products of population
    growth in the Third World nations has been
  • industrialization.
  • mass migration to cities.
  • imposition of effective state birth control
    programs.
  • a strong commitment to maintaining rural agrarian
    societies.

89
  • 43. One of the chief by-products of population
    growth in the Third World nations has been
  • industrialization.
  • mass migration to cities.
  • imposition of effective state birth control
    programs.
  • a strong commitment to maintaining rural agrarian
    societies.
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