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Multiple Choice 1. The most significant factor that led large numbers of nomadic hunters to enter the heart of North America was ________. A)the domestication of horses B)global warming C)population growth D)rising water levels E)a mass extinction of large mammals in Europe 2. Which of the following revolutionized early Native American cultures? A)the discovery of hunting B)the development of.
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    21.What technology was instrumental in the ousting of regime President Joseph Estrada? A.Mass media B.Satellite radio C.Text messaging  D. E-mail E. Both C and D   22.What is meant by the term “NGO Swarm” as used by David Ronfeldt? A.NGOs are able to raise an increased level of consciousness within the global “Civil Society” without centralized.
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    11.The lens through which one views a topic or issue is NOT largely based on their country’s A.political system. B.education system. C.cultural tradition. D.religious makeup. E.None of the above   12.“Americanization” blames the spread of American culture on A.corporations. B. ease of communication. C.the U.S. Government. D.the U.S. immigrant population. E.All of the above   13.The 10-year Japanese recession illustrates what fears? A.The creation.
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  31. Which of the following did NOT occur as part of the Stamp Act crisis? A) Patrick Henry denounced British taxation with his Virginia Resolves. B)A Stamp Act Congress drew together colonial leaders from different regions. C)Resistance drew many into political action that included street violence. D)Massachusetts reacted so bitterly that the British.
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  41. How did Roger Williams’ religious ideas clash with those of the Puritans? A)Williams believed that settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony who had unconventional religious views should be punished by the colonial leaders. B)Williams felt that it was not enough to purify the Church of England from within, but to separate.
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    11.Resistance to globalization has come from A. consumers. B.NGOs. C.government officials. D.businesses. E.All of the above 12.Which of the following seems to be certain in the future of the global economy? A.Integration B.Failure C.Exclusion D.Exploitation E.Instability   13.How many people reside in developing countries? A.6 million B.18 million C.45 billion D.2 billion E.3 billion   14.The benefits of globalization are still A.out of reach for the majority.  B..
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  1.The argument that the increasing reach and power of global markets challenges and undermines the geopolitical assumption of realism is made by A.Hyperglobalists B.Uberglobalists C.Superglobalists  D. Supraglobalists   2.From the realist perspective, the biggest danger posed by globalization is A.an increase in free trade. B.a shift in power dynamics between the state and market. C.a decrease in the.
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  41. What did military strategists in 1779 predict would be Britain’s last chance for victory over the colonies? A)a more effective use of its great navy B)the breaking of the French-American alliance C)calling on its European allies for help D)a successful campaign in the Southern Colonies E)increasing the British army in the colonies by 25,000.
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    11.General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (GATT) founded in 1945 has evolved into the A.WTO. B.IMF. C.EU. D.NGO.   12.Proponents of globalization argue that it will improve productivity in developing nations by A.providing access to larger and potentially more lucrative markets around the world. B.encouraging the “race to the bottom” concept. C.offloading obsolete products from the global north into less.
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Multiple Choice 1. The factor most responsible for the growth of the colonial population between 1700 and 1770 was ________. A)natural reproduction B)the great wave of immigration during that period C)the program of forced migration instituted by the monarchy D)the dramatic upsurge in the importation of slaves E)the intermarriage between settlers and Native Americans 2. The largest.
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  11. A major financial problem that confronted mid-eighteenth-century America involved the ________. A)colonists’ heavy debt to the British B)colonists’ refusal to buy English products C)shortage of gold and silver coinage D)colonies’ failure to print paper money E)lack of credit available to merchants 12. The two most important leaders of the Great Awakening in colonial America were.
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  1.The erosion of borders among countries and the declining salience of national distinctions throughout the world will likely dampen what? A.Nationalist passions. B.Religious zealotry and hatreds. C.Centuries-old state-to-state rivalries. D.Both A and B E.All of the above   2.The terms “erosion of borders” and “declining salience” are used to describe  A. the negative environmental impacts linked to.
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  21. The Staple Act of 1663 stated that ________. A)Americans must stop raising corn and wheat B)imports to America had to be shipped through England C)Americans could not produce iron products D)rum had to be manufactured in the West Indies E)Americans could only produce staple foodstuffs 22. Beginning in 1696, the ________ settled disputes that occurred.
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  21. Which of the following was NOT a feature of the French experience in the New World? A) the fur trade B)Samuel de Champlain C)encomiendas D)coureurs de bois E)lack of royal support for colonizing efforts 22. What sixteenth-century European upheaval had a profound impact upon England’s settlement of the New World? A)the Crusades B)the War of the.
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    11.According to the World Bank, “There is no evidence that the cost of environmental protection has ever been ___________.” A.as costly as it is in the twenty-first century B.the determining factor in foreign investment decisions C.a financial burden to multinational corporations D.the deciding factors in a corporation’s success E.Both A and B   12.Between two-thirds and three-quarters.
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    21.An environmental challenge that is difficult for developed nations to conquer is what? A.It is hard to find a balance that fits consumer demand while not hurting the environment. B.Finding the balance between development and environmental protection. C.Being environmentally responsible. D.Globalization’s devastating effects on a developed nation’s environment.   22.Bjorn Lomborg dealt a blow to anti-globalist.
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    11.The 2001 World Bank study confirmed what? A.That developing economies during the 1990s prospered due to globalization. B.That foreign trade was directly correlated to a nation’s national income. C.That foreign trade was significant in terms of the state’s whole economy. D.Both A and C E.All of the above   12.According to David Dollar and Aart Kraay of.
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  1.Neoliberal economic theory is premised on A.globalization benefitting everyone by bringing greater wealth and well-being on a global scale. B.globalization benefitting the wealthy and therefore generating more wealth for the globe as a whole. C.globalization benefitting everyone by bringing greater market diversity and therefore generating more wealth. D.globalization benefitting only the elites while harming.
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    11.Pro–globalists point to this trend in response to fears of reduced economic sovereignty: A.The amount of trade regulation has decreased over the past decade. B.Political influence of industrialized nations is more palpable. C.The amount of global demand for cheap products has increased, which has increased the wealth of some developing nations. D.With increasing trade.
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  21. Because of its policy of religious toleration, ________ attracted unusual numbers of independent-minded people. A)Maryland B)Connecticut C)Pennsylvania D)New York E)Rhode Island 22. The English takeover of New Netherland (which was subsequently renamed New York) ________. A)had little immediate effect on the colony B)was followed by the expulsion of the Dutch C)led to the prompt creation of a legislature D)met.
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Multiple Choice 1. English settlers in seventeenth-century America could best be characterized in terms of their ________. A)striking social diversity B)similarity to French and Spanish migrants of the same period C)unity of purpose and motivation D)desire to help each other E)homogeneity 2. The founding of Pennsylvania was tied to the ________. A)Quaker movement B)Restoration C)Glorious Revolution D)institution of the joint-stock company E)agricultural.
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  1.Homogenization refers to what? A.The adoption of a universal idea, religion, or culture. B.The destruction of cultural diversity. C.A synonym for the Americanization of the world. D.Both A and B E.All of the above   2.The streamlining of cultures through globalization is known as A. habitation. B.homogenization. C.proliferation. D.autonomy. E.imperialism.   3.Anti-globalists view the powerful homogenization effects of globalization as mainly pertaining to: A.Pressure.
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    21.A “microgovernment” refers to A.governments in developing nations B.weak transitional governments C.autonomous institutions created to deal with subnational issues D.international officials who dictate policy   22.Microgovernments A.have expanded to deal with issues at the subnational level. B.were all conceived in the mid- to late-twentieth century. C.typically develop following a decolonization. D.are not officially recognized by the United Nations. E.constantly undermine the.
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    21.How can the spread of the English language across borders be viewed as a disadvantage to American culture? A.Critics abroad can now publish Anti-American rhetoric on a larger scale and reach a larger target audience than before. B.Other languages may die off, leaving gaps in literacy in ethnic pockets of the US. C.It.
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    21.The G8 recently pledged to do what for developing nations?  A. Increase aid to $50 billion a year by 2010. B.Increase FDI into developing nations. C.Market shares for developing nations industries D.Decrease poverty by 10% by 2010.   22.What approach to globalization do pro-globalists hope will help to reduce poverty and political indifference? A.Funding from the.
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    21.Near the end of WWII in 1944, which institution helped set the stage for the current regulatory system in the world economy? A.The World Trade organization (WTO). B.The General Agreement on Tarrifs and Trade (GATT). C.The Federal Reserve Bank. D.The International Bank of Switzerland.   22.Political globalization has brought about the A.downfall of the nation state. B.reconfiguration of.
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  1.A clear polarization in the debate surrounding globalization has led to A. the quick rise of a belief group falling between the two poles. B.two distinct views of globalization and its effects. C.civil unrest in a number African nations. D.a lack of cooperation in the analysis of globalization. E.Both C and D   2.The spread of.
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  21. The author of the Declaration of Independence was ________. A)George Washington B)Benjamin Franklin C)Samuel Adams D)Patrick Henry E)Thomas Jefferson 22. The Loyalists were concentrated in _________. A)remote mountainous areas B)the Chesapeake colonies C)the northernmost colonies D)urban areas E)the southernmost colonies 23. The American victory that led to the French alliance occurred at ________. A)Saratoga B)Yorktown C)Breed’s Hill D)Philadelphia E)Trenton 24. Whose activities were essential to the establishment.
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  41. Colonial legislators saw their primary function as ________. A)improving the lives of their constituents B)preventing encroachments on the people’s rights C)implementing the governor’s policies D)mediating between the royal governor and the people E)supporting the governor to attain patronage appointments 42. In the period of the rise of the colonial assembly, which of these changes took.
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  31. Indentured servants ________. A)were working off the cost of their passage to America B)served the same number of years regardless of age or experience C)had no more legal rights than slaves D)were never legally emancipated E)usually lived long enough to complete their terms of service 32. Those who migrated to the Chesapeake Bay area as.
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  11. At the time of Columbus’s first voyage in 1492, ________. A)most educated Europeans believed the earth was flat B)no European nation had any interest in exploration C)most educated Europeans knew the world was round D)no one thought he would find anything E)the Catholic Church condemned this kind of exploration 12. The Treaty of Tordesillas of.
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    11.From the cultural perspective, how has greater integration affected relations between ethnicities? A.Globalization is shaping up to be as much about disintegration as it is about integration. B.There is a greater surge toward homogeneity. C.Relations have stayed the same. D.Cultural identities have ceased to exist.   12.Which of the following best describes one of the effects.
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Multiple Choice 1. The character of the first English settlements in the New World ________. A)remained remarkably similar throughout the seventeenth century B)differed from colony to colony because of government rules C)differed substantially from colony to colony from the very beginning of colonization D)was determined primarily by the religious preference of each colony E)was not significantly.
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  31. Which of the following was true of seventeenth-century New England? A) Most families had several servants. B)There were wide gaps between the rich and the poor. C)Land ownership was widespread. D)Few colonists owned their own land. E)All free males could vote. 32. Which of these was true of Chesapeake families in the 1600s? A).
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    21.East Asian countries that have embraced and benefited greatly from globalization are known as the A.Asian bloc. B.East Asian tigers. C.Southeast Six. D.East Westerners. E.None of the above   22.Economic gaps between upper and lower-income people in globalizing countries have A.widened drastically. B.stayed reasonably steady. C.shrunken steadily. D.only benefitted western nations. E.not yet been determined.   23.What is one of the major contentions that.
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  1.The modern environmental movement was launched A.in an effort to promote clean alternative energy sources in 1999. B.by President Bill Clinton as a result of NOAA reports 1994. C.in 1972 through the UN Conference on the Human Environment. D.coincidentally by the United States and Soviet Union in 1984. E.by the UN Department for Economic and.
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  1.The result of homogenization of materialistic norms and values is known in the text as A.cultural destruction. B.cultural imperialism. C.cultural desolation. D.cultural diminishment.   2.Critics worry that globalization may be prioritizing what? A.Enslaving the developing world. B.Placing the developing world in a game of carrot and stick. C.Forcing the developing world to cannibalize their cultures, economies, and lifestyles. D.Placing material.
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  31. Why did Spain initially have little interest in settling California? A)The region was full of Native American groups who fought any Europeans that tried to settle there. B)The region had so many French settlers that the Spanish did not want to fight over land with them. C)The region appeared to lack natural.
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    21.What percent of investments go from developed blocs to emerging economies? A.20 B.27 C.36 D.49  E. 55   22.What is the purpose of the World Bank? A.It is an international source for funding financial reconstruction and development. B.It is an offshore account for transnational actors. C.It houses the world’s gold reserves. D.It is a privately held firm that issues.
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  21. Colonial involvement in imperial wars began with ________. A)the French and Indian War B)King William’s War C)King Philip’s War D)the Thirty Years’ War E)Queen Anne’s War 22. The failure of the Albany Plan can be attributed, primarily, to the ________. A)opposition of French authorities B)fiscal jealousies of colonial assemblies C)beginning of the French and Indian War D)refusal of the.
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  41. Why was England initially reluctant to establish an empire in the Americas? A) Colonization threatened the English alliance with Spain. B)Colonization threatened the English alliance with France. C)Colonization would force Spain to ally itself with Portugal and France against England. D)The English did not want to bring about conflict with the Pope. E)Colonization.
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  11. Georgia was founded as a refuge for ________. A)religious dissenters B)the poor of London C)Native Americans D)former slaves E)French exiles 12. Under the headright system in Virginia, ________. A)every adult male could vote B)every child was guaranteed a primary education C)50 acres were granted for each new settler, free or indentured D)new immigrants were guaranteed a year’s provisions E)every new.
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Multiple Choice 1. For Americans in the 1780s, they had formed a real republic by eliminating ________. A)conflict B)the monarchy and aristocracy C)a hereditary legislature D)a strong national government E)sectionalism 2. The Society of the Cincinnati was formed by ________. A)George Washington and fellow revolutionary officers B)Samuel Adams and political contemporaries C)John Adams and James Madison D)Thomas Jefferson and George Washington E)James.
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Multiple Choice 1. At the end of the Seven Years’ War, American colonists could be best characterized as ________. A) hostile toward the British B)optimistic about the future C)apathetic about colonial-British relations D)eager for independence from Great Britain E)trying to rebuild 2. George III believed ________. A)Parliament should run the empire B)the monarch should take an active role.
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    11.Who is associated with the quote: “It is sovereignty that is most at risk from globalization.”? A.Susan Strange B.Ian Clark  C. Nicholas Negropanti D. Kenichi Ohmae   12.The realm of political globalization refers to A.the impact on the state. B.the impact on the state system. C.the spread of different ideologies. D.the impact of democratization on the global market. E.Both A.
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  41. What did the seventeenth-century revolts of American colonial gentry represent? A)an early rehearsal for the American Revolution B)confrontations between ordinary people and their rulers C)competition among local factions for control of their colonies D)ideological struggles over colonial rights E)a struggle between the planters and yeoman farmers 42. Which statement about Bacon’s Rebellion is FALSE? A)Bacon would.
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  1.Globalization is a process that mandates the increasing linkage of national economies through which of the following? A.Higher levels of international trade of goods and services. B.Enhanced cross-border movements of the factors of production. C.Huge financial flows of capital throughout the globe. D.Both A and B E.All of the above   2.Which of the following best relates.
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  11. The Stamp Act of 1765 affected ________. A)only businessmen and merchants B)primarily colonial manufacturers C)ordinary people, as well as the elite D)only those in direct trade with Great Britain E)notaries and other public officials 12. The boycott movement against the Stamp Act ________. A)had little effect on Great Britain B)mobilized colonial women to action C)ultimately hurt American businessmen.
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  11. Of the estimated 11 million African slaves carried to the Americas, the great majority were sent to ________. A)Brazil and the Caribbean B)British North America C)Chile D)Argentina E)Central America 12. In the early seventeenth century, Virginia’s blacks ________. A)were encouraged to marry white women B)occasionally served in the House of Burgesses C)sometimes became planters D)greatly outnumbered whites E)slowly integrated into.
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  31. What was the main result of the deadly diseases brought to the New World by Europeans? A)an extremely high mortality rate among the natives, destroying the culture of many tribes B)a diminution of these diseases throughout Europe C)some deaths, but a low number compared to those caused by warfare between Native Americans.
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