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C35 C35 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. In a purely scientific sense, the uncertainty principle proposes that A. Cloning is essentially impossible because of the difficulty of accounting for genetic mutation B. It is impossible to specify simultaneously both the position and velocity of a subatomic particle C. Complex factors make accurately predicting economic trends essentially impossible D. A country's successful transition to democracy is dependent on internal rather than external factors E. Human behavior is driven more by psychological than by physiological factors 2. Discoveries in physics added to the anxiety of the 1920s and 1930s because A. They caused a majority of the population to turn to atheism B. They proved that heaven, for purely scientific reasons, would not exist C. They called into question the established notions of truth D. They suggested that the universe was a very unstable and dangerous place E. They answered all major questions and eliminated blind faith as a legitimate option 3. According to Freud, the root of neurotic behavior was A. A conflict between conscious and unconscious mental processes B. Summed up in the term uncertainty principle C. The traumatic bloodshed of World War I D. The hostility that young boys feel toward their mothers E. An easily explainable chemical reaction 4. The spread of photography A. Led many painters to choose the camera as their instrument of expression B. Resulted in a lack of creative artistic expression because of general pessimism C. Led to a new artistic genre that tried to produce paintings that were more accurate than the camera D. Led many painters to take an almost Luddite-like glee in smashing cameras E. Led many painters to believe that the purpose of painting was not to mirror reality but to create it
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5. Which of the following groups was not one of the new artistic movements of the twentieth century? A. Expressionists B. Cubists C. Dadaists D. Impressionists E. Surrealists 6. A troubling economic problem in the 1920s was the depressed state of agriculture caused by A. Virulent new strains of disease B. The success of several new communist regimes C. Overproduction and falling prices D. The collapse of the cotton market in the southern United States E. Dangerous underproduction 7. By 1929, the price of a bushel of wheat was A. Unnaturally and dangerously high B. At its highest point in two hundred years C. The same as today D. At its lowest level in four hundred years E. The same price as it had been a hundred years earlier 8. On Black Thursday, 24 October 1929, A. Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany B. Mussolini invaded Ethiopia C. The U.S. stock market crashed D. Stalin's bloodiest purges began in the Soviet Union E. Civil war broke out between the Chinese Communist Party and the Guomindang 9. During the Great Depression, most nations A. Cooperated globally to fight the problem on a scale never seen before B. Dramatically reduced tariffs in an effort to facilitate international trade
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