hist13 - 1) Theleadingproponentofcubismwas(1pt) EdgarDegas....

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1 ) The leading proponent of cubism was (1pt)   Edgar Degas.   Pablo Picasso.   Marcel Duchamp.   Claude Monet.   Paul Gauguin. 2 ) Who began the fascist movement? (1pt)   Mussolini   Hitler   Franco   Stalin   Lenin 3 ) The spread of photography (1pt)   led many painters to choose the camera as their instrument of  expression.   resulted in a lack of creative artistic expression because of general  pessimism.   led to a new artistic genre that tried to produce paintings that were  more accurate than the camera.   led many painters to take an almost Luddite-like glee in smashing  cameras.   led many painters to believe that the purpose of painting was 
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not to mirror reality but to create it. 4 ) The uncertainty principle is associated with (1pt)   Einstein.   Spengler.   Heisenberg.   Freud.   Keynes. 5 ) One of the most significant results of the artistic experimentation of  the 1920s and 1930s was that (1pt)   artists learned to adhere to accepted public definitions of reality.   photography was no longer considered a legitimate art form.   generally accepted standards that distinguished between  "good" and "bad" art disappeared.   impressionism was recognized as the single best art form.   a set of criteria was established that allowed art students to  distinguish between "good" and "bad" art. 6 ) A troubling economic problem in the 1920s was the depressed state  of agriculture caused by (1pt)   virulent new strains of disease.
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