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can someone help me with my homework ill put (X) by the then answer i think it is. i cant fail if someone has already done this PLEASE HELP thanks so much!!!

19Support for the Communists was widespread in China because they promised to

increase the nation’s industrial and agricultural output.

hold democratic elections.

end political persecution of dissidents.

redistribute land to peasants. (X)

20 The Cultural Revolution in China led to

a flowering of art, architecture and literature.

the deaths of hundreds and thousands of people.(X)

a Communist revolution.

the overthrow of Mao Zedong.

21 Which of the following most helped Japan’s economic recovery after World War II?

the outbreak of the Korean War(X)

raising the minimum wage

the growth of a service economy

the criminalization of labor unions

22 In 1947, India became the world’s largest

democracy.(X)

monarchy.

authoritarian state.

economy.

23 General Suharto’s corrupt, authoritarian reign lasted until 1998 in

Indonesia. (X)

East Timor.

Cambodia.

Myanmar.

24 The 1954 peace talks that resulted in dividing Vietnam into northern and southern halves reflected

lessons learned from World War II.

Cold War tensions.(X)

hopes for a permanent division of Vietnam.

the impact of events in the Gulf of Tonkin

25 Aung San Suu Kyi won the Nobel Peace Prize for working to promote democracy in

Nepal.

Pakistan.

India.(X)

Myanmar.

26 Kwame Nkrumah headed the

Mau Mau.

Convention People’s Party.(X)

French Community.

Congo.

27 Morocco and Tunisia earned their independence in part because France

believed that all people should have the right to self-determination.

liberated all its colonies at that time.

decided that retaining control of Algeria was far more important.(X)

was defeated at Dien Bien Phu.

28 The first Arab-Israeli war resulted in

UN censure of Israel.

the emergence of nationalist leaders in places such as Egypt and Iran.

the discrediting of the Israeli government.

Israeli control of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.(X)

29 A U.S.-led coalition launched the Persian Gulf War in 1990 after

Hussein used chemical weapons against Kurds in Iraq.(X)

the Iranian hostage crisis.

weapons inspectors found evidence of chemical and biological weapons.

UN economic sanctions failed.

30 The Kenyan struggle for independence was difficult because

the Kikuyu people were also fighting for independence in two other countries.

the French refused to give up control of any of their African colonies.

Nelson Mandela had to lead the independence movement from prison.(X)

white settlers feared they would lose valuable cash crops.

31 In Chile and Nicaragua

government death squads roamed the countryside.

the United States oversaw democratic elections.

populists took office in military coups.

the United Stated funded opposition groups.(X)

32 In the 1980s and 1990s, Latin America generally

experienced a period of brutal repression.

became more democratic.

became extremely prosperous.

suffered from hyperinflation(X)

33 The election of Felipe Calderón as president of Mexico in 2006 was significant because

it ended 71 years of one-party rule.

his election was characterized by fraud.(X)

it affirmed Mexico’s commitment to democracy.

he was the country’s first socialist president.

34

Latin American market reforms in the 1990s were generally successful in

Cuba.

Brazil.(X)

Argentina.

Venezuela.

36 Why did many Latin American countries adopt a policy of import-substitution led industrialization?

to eliminate high tariffs that limited imports

to reduce the poor population’s dependence on farming

to develop local industries to replace the need to import manufactured goods(X)

to increase the amount of manufactured goods imported from foreign countries

37 What were Fidel Castro’s goals in Cuba?

to impose moderate democratic reforms

to end U.S. dominance, redistribute wealth, and reform society(X)

to establish a Marxist regime

to industrialize the country in order to pump money into the economy

38The military dictatorships of Chile, Brazil, and Argentina all

were put into power by the Soviet Union.

presided over economies undergoing rapid growth.(X)

used torture and murder to silence opposition.

were populist.

39 Salvador Allende in Chile

oversaw several periods of rapid economic growth.

gradually transformed his government into a Marxist dictatorship.

was extremely popular for his social reforms and re-elected several times.

worried the U.S. government with his leftist policies.(X)

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  • 8 years ago
    Best Answer

    I agree with your answers except for the following:

    21) the third - growth of a service economy, which characterizes developed countries

    30) I am sure Nelson Mandela didn't have anything to do - Nelson Mandela was in South Africa. Kenya was a British Colony, not a French one, so answer number 2 wouldn't fit. I am unsure whether it is 1 or 4, but I would vote for 4.

    33) Felipe Calderon is a conservative - not socialist. His elections were marked by *allegations* of fraud or miscounting, because of his narrow victory over his opponent - but I wouldn't say there was widespread fraud - this would be the same as saying that Pres. Bush was elected because of widespread fraud, since there was such a narrow count. I would rather change it to 3.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    21 is the 3rd answer

    30 is the 2n answer

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