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a. The correct answer was: c. "Indo-European". 49. The greatest spokesman for Filipino nationalism, a movement primarily led by Hispanicized Filipinos of mixed Spanish and indigenous or Chinese descent, in the latter half of the nineteenth century, was _________, whose subversive novels were a response to the Spanish justification of continued colonialism. a. The correct answer was: c. José Rizal. 50. Among the "barbaric" practices prevalent in Indian society which these missionaries were able to successfully campaign against despite a lack of support from a largely indifferent East India Company leadership, were female infanticide, thugee , the ritual murders of travelers on Indian roads and sati , the _________. a. The correct answer was: a. self-immolation of widows on their husbands funeral pyres. 51. _________was the staging ground for adventurers, explorers and missionaries in the nineteenth century to enter the African Interior. a. The correct answer was: a. Zanzibar. 52. By 1750, the chief European rival competing against British commercial monopoly in India were the _________, who were aggressively building up both trading and political power in the southern part of the Indian Subcontinent. a. The correct answer was: b. French. 53. Colonialism on the coast of West Africa after 1885 was an outgrowth of the traditional _________.
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a. The correct answer was: c. trade fort system. 54. In 1900, Australia finally adopted a federal constitution, making the country the second fully autonomous "dominion" after _________. a. The correct answer was: c. Canada. 55. The Spanish galleon trade, based out of the Philippines, traded _________for Chinese silk, porcelain and lacquer ware. a. The correct answer was: b. silver. 56. The great distance separating the East India Company’s London directors from actual operations in India as well as the enormous potential for personal wealth to be had there tended to make the local leadership more or less autonomous from London oversight and opened the door to corruption on a grand scale, especially under the leadership of Warren Hastings. a. The correct answer was: a. true.
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