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Skip to main content Moodle Nicholas Russell World Regions Spring 2017 Page path Dashboard / ► Virginia Tech / ► WR spring 17 / ► Book quizzes / ► Quiz 13 Started on Sunday, February 19, 2017, 7:09 PM State Finished Completed on Sunday, February 19, 2017, 7:28 PM Time taken 19 mins 5 secs Grade 22.00 out of 30.00 ( 73 %) Question 1Correct1.00 points out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAs exceptions to the general Team West rule, which places were mentioned as NOT currently falling under the populist spell?Select one: a. India, the US, Spain
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b. New Zealand, Texas, Mexico c. Germany, Turkey, Russia d. The UK, France, Germany e. Australia, Canada, Japan Question 2Incorrect0.00 points out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textGlobally, what issues are currently contributing to this rise in populism all around the world?Select one: Question 3Incorrect0.00 points out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAll the following indicate a truly hardcore populist except:Select one:
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b. Anyone who disagrees with them is a traitor c. Anyone who disagrees with them is treasonous d. Anyone who disagrees with them is an enemy of the state e. Actually, all of these indicate the mindset of a hardcore populist f. Actually, this is a trick question; all populist think these things, not just the hardcore ones Question 4Correct1.00 points out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAmerican liberal populist viewpoints embrace the conception of the people based on : “working class” or the “poorer classes” versus the “rich class” or elitesSelect one: Question 5Correct1.00 points out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAs referenced in chapter 25, The Cover Story: The “liberal/left” version of populism in American includes all of the following viewpoints EXCEPT:Select one: a. That they should focus on job creation by cutting government red tape and taxes to benefit business which encourages job growth b. That their government representatives have “sold out” to corporate interestsc. Are more focused on the individual worker over corporate interests
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d. That laws are passed mostly to benefit business e. Embrace a concept of “the people” based on class, mostly the working class
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