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protectorate
a) a political unit that depends on another government for its protection b) incorporate into an existing political unit c) the belief that race determines a person’s traits and capabilities d) The extension of a nation’s power over other lands
Tai Ping Rebellion
a) uprising against the foreign takeover of Chinese lands b) fourteen-year peasant revolt against the Qing dynasty c) a political compromise d) a policy that stated all powers would respect equal trading opportunities with China
indigenous
a) The extension of a nation’s power over other lands b) the belief that race determines a person’s traits and capabilities c) native to a region d) a political unit that depends on another government for its protection
spheres of influence
a) a policy that stated all powers would respect equal trading opportunities with China b) areas in which foreign powers have been granted exclusive rights and privileges c) a political compromise d) areas in which foreign powers have been granted exclusive rights and privileges
Open Door Policy
a) a political compromise b) uprising against the foreign takeover of Chinese lands c) a policy that stated all powers would respect equal trading opportunities with China d) fourteen-year peasant revolt against the Qing dynasty
Boxer Rebellion
a) uprising against the foreign takeover of Chinese lands b) a policy that stated all powers would respect equal trading opportunities with China c) areas in which foreign powers have been granted exclusive rights and privileges d) a political compromise
How was imperialism (the extension of a nation’s power over other lands) of the late nineteenth century different than early nineteenth century imperialism?
a) Colonists were able to form their own economies, based on local industries. b) Colonial governments wanted direct rule of the territory. c) Colonial governments only set up a few trading posts and focused on missionary activities. d) Imperialism was fueled by racism.
What did Western nations hope to gain by establishing new colonies after 1880?
a) Raw materials for their industries and markets to sell their products. b) Languages and cultures to add to their own. c) Additional ideas for their own industries. d) More people to add to their population figures.
To improve their balance of trade with China, the British sold ____ to the Chinese.
a) porcelain b) die c) silk d) opium
After the Boxer Rebellion, the Chinese government was forced to;
a) increase the military. b) pay a heavy indemity. c) enact tax laws. d) eliminate the press.
Although the Meiji Constitution gave most authority to the executive branch, in practice most of the power resided with;
a) the emperor. b) the legislative branch. c) the Meiji leaders. d) the shogun.
Why did Japan decide Otto pursue imperialist policies?
a) Surrounding nations were threartening to invade Japan. b) Japanese leaders wanted to export the nation’s natural resources. c) Being an Island nation, Japan lacked the space the resources to grow. d) Japan was searching abroad for new political models to adopt.
Under the Qing dynasty’s self-strengthening policy, China;
a) rejected all Western influences and turned its attention inward. b) adopted Western technology but kept its Confucian values. c) modernized its institutions and abandoned its Confucian values. d) legalized the opium trade and opened new ports to Western trade.
The United States proposed the Open Door policy toward China to;
a) have equal trading rights with European countries. b) keep the Qing dynasty from collapsing. c) promote a free exchange of ideas with China. d) gain an advantage in Britain sphere of influence.
In the early 1900’s, U.S. military forces were sent to Latin America countries to
a) capture Pancho Villa b) prevent a civil war c) protect U.S. interests d) protect U.S. interests
European nations began to search for new overseas colonies after 1800 to;
a) obtain raw materials for the industries and open new markets for their products. b) find people who would work in European factories for low wages. c) promote a free exchange of ideas between Eastern and Western cultures. d) bring the economic benefits of industrialization to underdeveloped nations.
Colonial government in which local elites are removed and a new set of leaders are brought in called;
a) direct rule b) indirect rule c) racism d) protectorate
The United States used dollar diplomacy to
a) Increase the value of the dollar b) improve diplomatic relations in Mexico c) expand its economic influence in Latin America d) help pay for the Panama Canal
annexed
a) The extension of a nation’s power over other lands b) the belief that race determines a person’s traits and capabilities c) native to a region d) incorporate into an existing political unit
racism
a) the belief that race determines a person’s traits and capabilities b) a political unit that depends on another government for its protection c) incorporate into an existing political unit d) The extension of a nation’s power over other lands
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