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1 Name Global II Date Cold War II 31. The Four Modernizations of Deng Xiaoping in the 1970s and 1980s resulted in 1) a return to Maoist revolutionary principles 2) an emphasis on the Five Relationships 3) the end of the communist system of government 4) a move toward increased capitalism 32. Base your answer to the following question on the song lyrics below and on your knowledge of social studies. This 1960s Chinese song would most likely have been sung during the 1) Boxer Rebellion 2) Cultural Revolution 3) Tiananmen Square incident 4) return of Hong Kong

2 33. Base your answer to the following question on the passage below. "We believe in nonaggression and noninterference by one country in the affairs of another and the growth of tolerance between them and the capacity for peaceful coexistence. We, therefore, endeavor to maintain friendly relations with all countries, even though we may disagree with them in their policies." Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India Which of the following developments could be considered an obstacle to a point of view expressed in this quote? 1) disputes over the India-Pakistan border 2) India's membership in the United Nations 3) religious conflicts between Hindus and Muslims in India 4) migration of Indians from rural to urban regions 34. Scholars take civil service examinations for government positions. Students form Red Guard units to challenge counterrevolutionaries. Students demonstrate for democratic reforms in the capital and are killed by government troops These statements describe the changing role of students in which nation? 1) China 2) Japan 3) Russia 4) India

3 35. Base your answer to the following question on "the cartoon below and on your knowledge of social studies. What is the main idea of this 1992 cartoon? 1) China's government opposes free-trade agreements with Western nations. 2) The Chinese Government is more interested in improving trade than in respecting human rights. 3) Deng Xiaoping personally opposed the introduction of capitalism to China. 4) China's economic system is meeting the needs of its people. " 36. One way in which Kwame Nkrumah, Jomo Kenyatta, and Kenneth Kaunda are similar is that they all 1) rejected financial aid from the World Bank 2) opposed the Pan-African movement 3) played a major role in independence movements in Africa 4) supported the United Nations military action in the Persian Gulf War 37. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) was formed primarily to 1) help Middle Eastern nations form alliances with Western powers 2) force developing countries to abandon policies of nonalignment 3) give member nations more influence in world markets 4) allow the Soviet Union to develop greater influence in the Middle East 38. A factor that contributed to the success of both Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam and Mao Zedong in China was their ability to combine 1) ethnocentrism and democracy 2) isolationism and Capitalism 3) nationalism and Communism 4) imperialism and traditionalism 39. The major reason the Mexican government strongly supported the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was that this agreement would 1) reduce Mexico's economic dependence on Europe 2) stimulate trade between Asia and Latin America 3) raise tariffs on United States products entering Mexico 4) promote investment and economic growth in Mexico

4 40. One way in which the Great Leap Forward and the Four Modernizations are similar is that each was an attempt to 1) reduce the gap between rich and poor 2) increase farm and factory output 3) develop a democratic government 4) strengthen economic ties with communist neighbors 41. A major goal of the Cultural Revolution in China during the 1960s was to 1) reemphasize Confucian traditional values 2) restore China to the glory of the Han dynasty 3) weaken Communist ideas 4) eliminate opposition to Mao Zedong 42. An analysis of the Chinese student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in 1989 would show that 1) communist governments continue to have little control over the actions of their citizens 2) peaceful demonstrations often succeed in achieving democratic reforms 3) negative global reaction sometimes leads to economic decline 4) totalitarian governments frequently survive by the use of force 43. Which Chinese leader is most closely associated with leading the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution? 1) Sun Yixian (Sun Yat-sen) 2) Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) 3) Mao Zedong 4) Deng Xiaoping 44. During the Great Leap Forward, Chinese peasants were forced to 1) move to the cities 2) convert to Christianity 3) attack the Red Guards 4) join communes 45. Which statement best describes a result of the student demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989? 1) Collectivization programs were started in China. 2) Pro democracy protectors were successful in achieving their goals 3) A state-controlled education program was begun. 4) The government further restricted freedom of expression in China. 46. Which statement concerning the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a fact rather than an opinion? 1) The United States wanted to sign this agreement more than Mexico did. 2) Canada has been hurt the most by this agreement. 3) Canada, Mexico, and the United States have agreed to remove trade barriers between their countries. 4) Canada, Mexico, and the United States have benefited equally from this agreement.

5 47. Base your answer to the following question on the chart below and on your knowledge of social studies. The economic trend represented in this chart is most likely an effect of the creation of the 1) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 2) Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) 3) North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 4) Organization of American States (OAS) 48. What was a goal of the student protestors in Tiananmen Square in 1989? 1) democratic reforms 2) independence for Taiwan 3) removal of troops from South Korea 4) access to foreign products 49. During China's Cultural Revolution, a major goal of the Red Guard was to 1) enforce the teachings of Mao Zedong 2) promote trade and free enterprise 3) encourage cooperation with the Soviet Union 4) revive traditional loyalty to the emperor 50. One way in which Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi) of China, Ho Chi Minh of Vietnam, and Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya were similar is that they all 1) led nationalistic movements in their nation 2) resisted attempts to modernize their nation s political and social institutions 3) opposed United Nations membership for their governments 4) supported close ties with their former colonial powers

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