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Which best explains how the allies were involved in helping Japan rebuild after World War II?
a) The Allies sent military forces to rebuild Japan's government and economic structures
b) The Allies sent military forces to help regulate Japan's wealthy economy
c) The Allies sent military forces to take control of Japan's military forces
d) The Allies sent military forces to rebuild Japan's armed forces to protect the country

Which of the following statements summarizes why the Japanese adopted the No War Clause
a) The Japanese government adopted the No War Clause as a statement of refusal to get involved in World War II
b) The Japanese government adopted the No War Clause after witnessing the devastation their nation suffered in World War II
c) The Japanese government adopted the No War Clause because they were not happy with the support they received in World War II
d) After World War II, the Japanese were upset with their laws and hoped that the nation would be ruled by an imperial power

Which term best describe the adopted of the Japanese No War Clause
a) militarism
b) isolationism
c) pacifism
d) totalitarianism

In the 1920's and 1930's, the totalitarian governments in Germany, Italy, and Spain were largely the result of
a) the success of the communities 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) Establishing 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

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

Which of the following is not a characteristic of a totalitarian regime?
a) censorship
b) mass arrests
c) a secret police force
d) freedom of the press

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

What was one reason the Nazi programs and policies in 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 or the British would soon gain control of the Polish corridor

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