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C_36_quiz - C 36 quiz 1. In the decades following World War...

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C 36 quiz 1. In the decades following World War I, nationalism was most powerful in Asia in the regions of A. Korea B. China C. India D. Japan E. China and India 2. The most influential organization dedicated to the end of British rule in India was A. The Muslim League B. The Pan-Indian Association C. The Indian National Congress D. League of the Fourteen Points E. Indian Communist Party 3. Satyagraha was A. Gandhi's philosophy of passive resistance B. The Islamic leader who called for the creation of Pakistan for India's Muslims C. The Nazi attack on Jewish shops known as the "night of broken glass." D. A new artistic movement that flourished after World War I E. The Chinese nationalist party headed by Jiang Jieshi 4. Which of the following refers to "land of the pure"? A. India B. Soviet Union C. Korea D. Pakistan E. Manchuria 5. Which of the following was not one of the foundations of Gandhi's philosophy? A. An attempt to improve the position of the harijans B. Boycotting British goods C. Heavy industrialization D. Passive resistance E. Economic self-sufficiency
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6. The India Act of 1937 A. Gave total independence to India from Britain B. Instituted new measures of oppression that the British used to quell opposition to their rule in India C. Gave the institutions of a self-governing state to India, although the British government still exercised overall control D. Created the Muslim state of Pakistan E. Provided a clear timetable for the independence of India
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7. The Great Depression aggravated the tense situation between Muslims and Hindus in India in part because A. Muslims perceived that they were economically controlled by the Hindu majority of India B. All British economic assistance went to Hindus rather than Muslims C. The Hindu majority of India refused to do business with Muslims D. Hindus accused Muslims of being the cause of the depression in India E. No answer is correct 8. The founding of the Chinese Communist Party was directly influenced by A. India B. Indonesia C. Iraq D. Pakistan E. Soviet Union 9. The former teacher and librarian that became the leader of the Chinese communist movement was A. Jiang Jieshi B. Sun Yatsen C. Shanfei D. Mao Zedong E. Guomindang 10. Sun Yatsen's plan for China included all of the following except A. The elimination of privileges for foreigners B. The establishment of a communist, totalitarian government C. National reunification D. Economic development E. A democratic republican government based on universal suffrage 11. The nationalist government of China was challenged by all of the following except A. The possibility of a revolution led by Chinese communists B. Japanese aggression C. Economic hardship caused by the Great Depression D. Local Chinese warlords that controlled a portion of China E. Economic hardship caused by the Great Depression and local Chinese warlords that controlled a portion of China 12. Maoism was A. A political ideology that held that the urban proletariat was that foundation for a successful communist
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