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In the 1920’s and 1930’s, the rise of totalitarian governments in Germany, Italy, and Spain was largely the result of
a) the success of the Communists in establishing a command economy in the Soviet Union b) severe economic and social problems that arose in Europe after World War I c) the active support of the United States d) movements demanding the return of the old monarchies
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the
a) rise of fascism Germany b) uprisings during the French Revolution c) division of Korea along the 38th parallel d) Bolshevik Revolution in Russia
Between the Meiji Restoration and World War II, Japan tried to solve the problem of its scarcity of natural resources by
a) exporting agricultural products in exchange for new technology b) establishing a policy of imperialism c) building nuclear power plants d) cooperating with the Soviet Union to gain needed resources
Which idea was included in the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles to show the intent of the Allies to punish the Central Powers for their role in World War II?
a) all nations shall maintain open covenants of peace b) freedom of the seas will be maintained c) Germany will accept full responsibility for causing the war d) territorial settlements shall be made along clearly recognizable lines of nationality
Fascism in Europe during the 1920’s and 1930’s is best described as a
a) demonstration of laissez-faire capitalism that promoted free enterprise b) form of totalitarianism that glorified the state above the individual c) type of economic system that stressed a classless society d) set of humanist ideas that emphasized the dignity and worth of the individual
Censorship, mass arrests, and a secret police force are most characteristic of
a) parliamentary democracies b) republics c) totalitarian regimes d) constitutional monarchies
After World War I, Japan attempted to solve some of its economic problems by
a) establishing extensive trade with the Soviet Union b) expanding its influence in Asia c) practicing the principles of Marxism d) refusing to rely on Western technology
Which policy shows that appeasement does not always prevent war?
a) British policy toward Germany in Munich during the 1930’s b) French policy in Indochina in the 1950’s c) United States policy toward Cuba in the early 1960’s d) Iraqi policy toward Iran in the 1980’s
In the 1930’s, the Japanese government followed a policy of imperialism primarily to
a) acquire new sources of raw materials b) spread Zen Buddhism throughout Asia c) sell more consumer goods to European nations d) spread the ideas of bushido
What was one reason the Nazi programs and policies of the early 1930’s appealed to many people in Germany?
a) the people were frustrated with their current economic and political situation b) Germany had been denied membership in the United Nations c) a coup d’etat had forced communism on the German people d) the German people feared that the French of the British would soon gain control of the Polish corridor
The imperialist policies followed by Japan after World War I were based on a desire to
a) convert people to Shinto b) acquire markets for its oil industry c) compete with Chinese trade policies d) obtain natural resources for manufacturing
During the mid-1930’s, which characteristic was common to Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and Communist Russia?
a) government ownership of the means of production and distribution b) one-party system that denied basic human rights c) encouragement of individual freedom of expression in the arts d) emphasis on consumer goods rather than on weapons
One reason the Fascist governments of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler came to power in Italy and Germany was that these nations
a) were threatened by the United States b) supported civil liberties for all c) failed to join the League of Nations d) faced economic and political difficulties
A significant cause of the Great Depression of the 1930’s was that
a) some banking policies were unsound and had led to the overexpansion of credit b) a decrease in protective tariffs had opened American business to competition from abroad c) a wave of violent strikes had paralyzed the major industries d) consumer goods were relatively inexpensive
An important factor contributing to the start of the Great Depression was the
a) increase in military spending b) failure to maintain the gold standard c) reduction of tariff rates d) uneven distribution of wealth
Which situation was a basic cause of the Great Depression?
a) continued increases in wages for workers b) excessive profits for farmers c) overregulation of the stock market d) overproduction of consumer goods
Which event is most closely associated with the end of the Great Depression?
a) passage of the Social Security Act b) beginning of World War II c) reelection of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940 d) announcement of the Marshall Plan
Which conditions are most characteristic of an economic depression?
a) high unemployment and overproduction b) large business investments and low taxes c) too much money in circulation and high stock prices d) high employment and increased real estate investments
In the 1920s, which economic factor led to the Great Depression?
a) lack of investment in the stock market b) attempt by the United States to promote free trade c) failure to develop new consumer goods industries d) overproduction of farm products and manufactured goods
Which economic trend of the 1920s helped cause the Great Depression?
a) widening income gap between the rich and the poor b) rising cost of mass-produced goods c) falling tariff rates d) increasing income tax rates
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