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1. All of the following were factors favoring British industrialization, except A. increased agricultural production.
B. rising urbanization and higher wages.
C. a decline in domestic demand for manufactured goods.
D. immediate or canal access to ocean ports.
2. Under the Tokugawa peace, daimyo A. were prohibited from coining money.
B. were heavily engaged in foreign trade.
C. social status increased.
D. castle building was encouraged.
3. Regarding trade and social change in Africa, which statement is true?
A. The West Africa Squadron succeeded in obstructing about 30 percent of the African slave trade.
B. The most important development in West Arica before European conquest was reliance on exporting salt. C. As late as 1750, Europeans viewed the slave trade as legitimate business.
D. The transatlantic slave trade coincided with a substantial decline of slavery within Africa.
4. In Korea, between 1750 and 1790, the slave population _______ as agricultural productivity increased. A. increased dramatically
B. decreased slightly
C. increased slightly
D. decreased markedly
5. After the defeat of Austria by Prussia in 1866,
A. Franz Joseph gave up in trying the "Germanize" the empire. B. The Magyars became an oppressed minority in Hungary. C. Conflicting nationalist interests were finally settled.
D. Franz Joseph was forced to establish a dual monarchy.
6. By far the most brutal African colony was administered by A. France.

B. Belgium. C. Portugal. D. Germany.
7. During the international struggle over Saint Dominique, Toussaint L'Ouverture was made a _______ officer.
A. Haitian B. Spanish C. French D. British
8. Under the Tokugawa shoguns,
A. samurai power increased as daimyo power decreased. B. civil war was eliminated by controlling the military.
C. kabuki theatre was banned.
D. the capital city was moved to Kyoto.
9. During the great expansion of global trade in the nineteenth century, the conquest of distance was associated with all of the following, except
A. aircraft.
B. railroads.
C. the Panama Canal. D. steamships.
10. In the context of global migration, it often occurred that the movement of a business entrepreneur, a religious leader, or some admired person would encourage others to follow in what is called a/an
A. emulation chain.
B. migration chain.
C. collective emulation.
D. "follow-the-leader" pattern.
11. The German journalist Friedrich List persuaded German states to enter into a customs union. List's efforts expressed the ideology of
A. tariff protectionism.
B. economic nationalism. C. economic determinism. D. class consciousness.
12. Regarding South Africa in the nineteenth century, which statement is true? A. Shaka of the Zulu strove to co-exist with Dutch settlers.
B. The British failed to abolish slavery in the Cape Colony.
C. Cecil Rhodes dominated the De Beers mining company.
D. The Dutch, furious about British policies, initiated the Anglo Boer War of 1899–1902.
13. During the period leading to the revolutions of 1848, the doctrines of socialism were first developed in A. France.
B. Germany.
C. England.
D. Austria.
14. The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution A. forbade the import of slaves by any state.
B. were proposed by the Federalists.
C. were proposed by the Antifederalists.
D. forbade the export of slaves from any state.
15. All the following events were directly related to the eventual advent of British textile factories, except A. the putting-out system.
B. the growth of urbanization.
C. the water frame.
D. the spinning jenny.
16. As an immediate result of the Battle of Trafalgar, A. Napoleon's plan to invade Britain was aborted.
B. Sweden joined the European alliance against Napoleon
C. both the French and the British fleets were demolished.
D. the German states were reorganized in Napoleon's interest.
17. Had you been infected by romanticism in the 1790s, you would have A. embraced liberalism.
B. dismissed Voltaire's ideas.
C. rejected the study of history.
D. embraced the work of Wilhelm Grimm.
18. The idea that individuals were members of economically determined social classes with conflicting
interests reflected
A. the advent of economic inequality. B. a new paradigm.
C. a new order.
D. the demise of class consciousness.
19. Cavour's plan for expanding the Sardinian kingdom was rescued by A. Pope Pius IX.
B. Napoleon III.
C. Giuseppe Garibaldi.
D. King Victor Emmanuel.
20. During the Industrial Revolution, in all countries, the impact of the railroads A. increased the demand for unskilled labor.
B. caused domestic markets to be replaced by export markets.
C. decreased the demand for unskilled labor.
D. caused domestic labor to be replaced with overseas slave labor.

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  1. Sorry -- which selections did you make, again?

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  2. i havent made any selections yet because im having a hard time finding the answers.

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  3. i need help finding answers please :)

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  4. Where have you looked?

  5. In my world civilizations book.

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  6. Read your assignment at least twice. Take notes.

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  8. Question number 6 - the answer is B it's in the book ( a little misleading when you read but its there)

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  9. 12 is actually not D... it is either A or C!

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