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To maintain its economic position, Japan has often limited the number of cars the United States can sell in Japan. Japan has imposed these limits to develop
a) an equality of trade position
b) a favorable balance of trade
c) a more open market
d) a belief system

A sense of national unity has been difficult to maintain in India because of
a) its reliance on foreign aid
b) the emergence of a mixed economic system
c) the continuing influence of militarism
d) the desire of religious groups for greater autonomy

What would a study of recent civil wars in Cambodia, Bosnia Herzegovina, and Rwanda show about these conflicts?
a) Ethnic conflicts was not a factor in the late 20th century
b) The United Nations was successful in resolving these disputes
c) Genocide was used as a political and military tactic
d) Civilians were not affected by these disputes

A negative impact of the use of modern technology is that
a) levels of air and water pollution often increase
b) economic opportunities are frequently limited
c) contacts with other cultures decrease
d) international trade is limited

In Latin America, the deforestation of the Amazon rain forest has led to
a) the maintenance of a traditional way of life
b) the discovery of new medicines
c) overpopulation in rural regions
d) environmental dangers

In recent years, companies from industrialized nations have been building production facilities in Latin American nations. This economic change is mostly due to the region's
a) favorable climate
b) supply of inexpensive labor
c) capital resources
d) political stability

The limiting of the rights of women under the Taliban in Afghanistan was a result from a move toward
a) Marxist ideology
b) liberation theology
c) constitutional reforms
d) Islamic fundamentalism

A similarity of the goals of Nelson Mandela and Mohandas Gandhi is that both leaders wanted to
a) secure political power for the majority of the people
b) encourage a greater degree of industrialization
c) improve the economy by expanding governmental control
d) gain independence from the Soviet Union

The main goal of the Green Revolution was to
a) prevent further destruction of the world's rain forests
b) solve chronic food shortages through the use of technology
c) expand the economies of developing nations with foreign investment
d) ensure that foreign aid was received by people with the greatest need

One way in which Simon Bolivar, Jomo Kenyatta and Ho Chi Minh are similar is that each leader
a) sought independence from colonial rule
b) ruled during a period of peace and prosperity
c) demanded human rights for all citizens
d) established a totalitarian government

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