Hist10 - 1) ThekeytosocialreforminRussiawas(1pt)

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1 ) The key to social reform in Russia was (1pt)   the establishment of universal suffrage.   the emancipation of the serfs.   possession of the leading educational system in Europe.   the final attainment of equality for women.   the abolition of slavery. 2 ) A defeat in the Crimean War stopped expansion by the (1pt)   Russians.   French.   Ottomans.   Qing.   Tokugawa. 3 ) Which of the following was NOT one of the foundations of the Meiji  restoration? (1pt)   abolishing the old feudal order   turning Japan into a constitutional republic   improving the Japanese educational system   revamping the tax system   reorganizing the Japanese army and navy 4 ) For most of the last fifty years of the Qing dynasty, China was ruled 
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by (1pt)   Puyi.   Liang Qichao.   Cixi.   Ito Hirobumi.   Hong Xiuquan. 5 ) Which of the following was NOT one of the principles of the Taiping  rebellion? (1pt)   the creation of communal wealth to be shared according to need   Hong Xuiquan's belief that he was the reincarnation of the  Buddha   the prohibition of foot binding and concubinage   abolition of private property   free public education 6 ) As part of the Russian reforms, during the reign of Alexander II the  government created  zemstvos , (1pt)   which were elected district assemblies.
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HIST 1023 taught by Professor Sommer during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Hist10 - 1) ThekeytosocialreforminRussiawas(1pt)

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