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A. To encourage more native painters. B. To rebuild China’s large cities with more color. C. To introduce Russian technology into China. D. To allow intellectuals to offer criticism of the government. (32) During the re-education campaign of 1957, where was Deng Xiaoping, a longtime friend of Mao? A. exiled in punishment to a hog farm B. running the Party in Beijing C. negotiating in Moscow D. learning to build nuclear weapons (33) During the “Great Leap Forward,” what were peasants encouraged to produce in their backyards? A. weapons B. textiles C. steel D. books (34) In addition to sending weapons and planes to Israel in 1947, the Soviets also A. sent weapons to Jordan and hoped the two sides would fight it out. B. allowed tens of thousands of Jews to leave the Soviet bloc and move to Israel. C. told the United Nations that a independent Jewish state would never last. D. gave the Israelis nuclear technology but only for energy use. (35) Of all the Arab groups that fought against the founding of Israel in 1947, which was the only group to successfully take territory away from Israel? A. Egypt B. Syria C. Lebanon D. Jordan
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(36) Which Cold War Superpower did Poland ally itself with? A. United States B. Great Britain C. Soviet Union D. France (37) What is described as the Arab catastrophe of 1947-49? A. Displacement of Palestinians from Israel. B. Election of al-Nasser as head of Egypt. C. Nationalization of the Suez Canal by Egypt. D. Choice of Israel to become an ally of Western powers. (38) al-Nasser came to power in Egypt by launching a long, violent coup against the British-backed government. A. True B. False (39) Nasser’s Egypt turned to ____________ to buy weapons, which they used in aiding Palestinian rebels fighting Israel. A. Soviet Union B. Israel C. Syria D. United States (40) Although Nasser’s Egypt was officially part of the Non-Aligned Movement from 1961 onward, and refused to choose between the Cold War superpowers, what model of modernization did Egypt borrow from the communist states? A. agricultural collectivization B. backyard steel production C. nationalization of industry D. purges of intellectuals (41) Of the various groups trying to control India post-independence, what political system did Gandhi favor? A. Hindu religious nationalism B. British-style constitutionalism C. Soviet-style communism D. Muslim religious nationalism (42) Which Cold war Superpower did Britain ally with? A. United States B. Soviet Union C. France D. Spain (43) In addition to wars with Pakistan, what was the biggest problem the new nation of India had to deal with in the 1950s? A. poverty and overpopulation B. lack of farmland C. outbreaks of Black Death D. lack of a middle class (44) India’s second Five-Year Plan incorporated socialism into the government through nationalism of A. education. B. health care. C. banking.
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