FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE

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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Format of the Exam: You may answer all the questions for extra credit 20 (out of 24) Multiple Choice Questions (2 points each) : 40% 5 Dates (out of 10) (1 point each): 5% 5 Readings (out of 7) (2 points each): 10% 10 (out of 17) Identifications (2 points each): 30% 5 (out of 10) Map Labels (1 point each): 5% 5 (out of 7) Short Answer (4 points each): 20% Dates: The dates in boldface are the ones you have to memorize. 10 of them will definitely be on the exam. The other dates are included to help you construct a time line and process what we have learned into a chronology. Louis XIV becomes King of France (1643) Rousseau’s The Social Contract (1762) Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations (1776) French Revolution (1789) Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia (1812) The Congress of Vienna (1814-15) The Decembrist Revolt (1825) Britain’s Opium War with China (1839-42) The Great Reform Bill in Britain (1832) Nationalist Revolutions in Europe (1848) Marx and Engles’ Communist Manifesto (1848) Darwin’s The Origin of Species (1859) Italy becomes totally unified (1866) Dual monarchy est. Austria-Hungary (1867) Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) Germany becomes unified (1871) The Scramble for Africa Begins (1875) The Dreyfus Affair (1894) The Boer War (1899-1902) Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams (1900) Einstein’s theory of relativity (1905) World War I (1914-18)
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The Russian Revolution (1905, 1917) Women get the vote in Britain (1918) The stock market crash (1929) Enabling Act (Hitler takes power) (1933) The Spanish Civil War (1936-39) World War II (1939-45) Israel created (1948) The Korean War (1950-53) Khrushchev leads USSR (1953) Franco-Algerian War (1954-62) Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) IDENTIFICATIONS Identifications will be drawn from all three lists (Vocabulary, People, Arts and Ideas) Vocabulary: Aristocracy Deism The Social Contract
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course CORC 1210 taught by Professor Kiranja during the Fall '08 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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