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History 140, Section 007 Fall 2007 Review Guide for the Final Examination Part I will consist of four short essays to be selected from a choice of five questions. This part will count for 40 percent of the test. Each of the questions will focus on one of the topics listed below. Students should be able to explain each topic and discuss its significance in full. Congress Party European Union Mahatma Gandhi Slobodan Milosevic Porfirio Diaz Dayton Accord Lazaro Cardenas Kosovo The PRI Operation Provide Relief Comprehensive Peace Agreement (2005) Nuremburg Trials Darfur International Criminal Court (ICC) The Great Leap Forward
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Bretton Woods Conference Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
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Unformatted text preview: GATT Deng Xiaoping Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Taiwan Relations Act McDonald’s Allied Occupation of Japan Global Supply Chains Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Rachel Carson Self-Defense Force Kyoto Protocol Kim Il Sung UN Decade for Women Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Equal Employment Opportunity Law (Japan) Part II will consist of one essay question and will count for 60 percent of the test. There will either be a choice from two questions or a single very broad question that will present the opportunity to discuss several of a number of different events and developments covered in the course since the mid-term examination....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course HIST 140 taught by Professor Reid during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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