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AP European History Name________________________ Mr. Mercado (Rev. 09) Chapter 28
The Age of AnxietyA. True or False Where the statement is true, mark T. Where it is false, mark F, and correct it in the space immediately below. ___ 1. Most modern (post-impressionist) artistic movements were not concerned with the visible world of fact. ___ 2. After 1914, people tended to strengthen their belief in progress. ___ 3. The works of modern physics tended to challenge the dependable laws of Newton. ___ 4. Paul Valéry summarized a view held by many intellectuals in the 1920s when he wrote that despite the tragedy of war, European civilization would continue to progress. ___ 5. Jean-Paul Sartre and Martin Heidegger promoted abandonment of the gold standard. ___ 6. After 1914, religion became less occupied with spiritual matters and more worldly. ___ 7. Surrealism in painting was inspired to a great extent by Freudian psychology. ___ 8. George Orwell imagined a futuristic totalitarian state. ___ 9. When first performed, Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” nearly caused a riot because of its sexuality and dissonance. ___ 10. With the Dawes plan, France was allowed to occupy the Rhineland. B. Multiple Choice Select the best answer and write the proper letter in the space provided. ___ 1. The country most interested in strict implementation of the Treaty of Versailles was a.France. b. Britain. c. the United States. d. Italy. ___ 2. Which of the following occurred during the early years of the Great Depression? ___ 3. Which of the following countries was the most effective in dealing with the depression?