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Why did Great Britain establish a penal colony in Australia?
a) to relieve overcrowding in English prisons
b) to have a trading colony close to Asia
c) to further their industrialization overseas
d) to claim it before the Americans could

Who were the Zionists?
a) Jews who worked for a homeland in Palestine
b) founders of France's Third Republic
c) supporters of the British Parliament
d) French journalists who opposed an army cover-up

Why did Australia and New Zealand want to become dominions of Great Britain rather than independent nations?
a) They wanted the protection of the British Empire.
b) They were unable to defeat the native peoples.
c) They needed help establishing a government
d) They wanted British convicts as laborers.

Who was the American inventor and industrialist who made factory production more efficient by introducing the assembly line?
a) Henry Ford
b) Thomas Edison
c) Marie Curie
d) Orville Wright

Which two lands did Captain Cook claim for Great Britain around 1770?
a) Australia and New Zealand
b) Ireland and Scotland
c) Canada and Nova Scotia
d) Hawaii and New Zealand

Which of the following was NOT a reason for the rise of mass culture?
a) public education
b) increase in literacy
c) shorter work day
d) the assembly line

Which of the following was true of women's fight for suffrage?
a) Some women participated in hunger strikes.
b) The secret ballot came into use.
c) Women's suffrage began in France.
d) Women won the right to vote in most of the world just prior to WWI.

Which of the following political reforms occurred in New Zealand in 1893?
a) woman suffrage
b) secret ballot
c) home rule
d) all of these

Which of the following reforms did NOT occur in Great Britain by the early 1900s?
a) Annual elections to the House of Commons were held.
b) Members of Parliament were paid a salary.
c) Working-class men received voting rights.
d) The secret ballot came into use.

Why was the work of Louis Pasteur important in the history of medicine?
a) He found that bacteria caused diseases.
b) He created psychoanalysis.
c) He discovered radium and polonium.
d) He published The Origin of Species.

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