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1. Before the Russian Revolution, what ideas did Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin have about changing the government?

(Points : 1)

Historical forces would naturally bring about a workers' revolution.

A small party of professional revolutionaries should initiate a revolution.

The people should organize and vote for changes in the Russian constitution.

Russian peasants needed to push for representation in the Russian parliament.

2. How did World War I contribute to revolution in Russia?

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Russia had sided with Germany in the war, and many Russians protested the alliance.

The war brought wealth to many factory owners and they objected to new taxes imposed by the tsar.

Russian soldiers and civilians faced hunger and death and the nation was on the verge of collapse.

After being conquered by the Allies in the war, the Russian people rebelled against foreign control.

3. What type of government emerged in Russia after Lenin came to power?

(Points : 1)

constitutional monarchy

communist state

representative democracy

absolute monarchy

4. Which best describes a similarity among the American, French, and Russian revolutions?

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A goal of all three revolutions was more self-rule for the people.

All three revolutions were initiated by infiltrators working within the government.

After the revolutions, the common people gained more say in their government.

The leaders of all three revolutions valued Enlightenment ideals such as equality and liberty.

5. What form of resistance did Mohandas Gandhi promote?

(Points : 1)

revolutionary

guerilla

nonviolent

military

6. Which is one way that Indians practiced nonviolent resistance in an attempt to gain independence from Britain?

(Points : 1)

They stormed British government buildings.

They organized a period of nationwide fasting.

They boycotted British products.

They sabotaged British merchant ships.

7. What role did nationalism play in the Middle East after World War I?

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Nationalists protested rule by European non-Muslim governments and sought self-government.

People of the Middle East embraced the idea of a single Arab government for the entire region.

Nationalists attacked non-Arab government workers in a series of riots.

New Islamic governments pushed to eradicate all non-Muslims from the Middle East.

8. As Middle Eastern nations gained independence, what goals did they have for their new governments? (Points : 1)

All nationalist leaders wanted their people to adhere strictly to Islamic law.

The new nations pushed for separation of church and state.

Some nations wanted secular governments; others wanted to follow Islamic law.

Most Middle Eastern nations wanted to establish democratic governments.

9. How did movements such as Islamism, Wahhabism, and Zionism contribute to unrest in the Middle East?

(Points : 1)

They divided people on the basis of religious beliefs, laws, and ways of life.

They required people to practice rituals that were contrary to their belief systems.

New Middle Eastern laws required citizens to adopt one of these belief systems.

When Middle Eastern nations prohibited those systems, people protested.

10. What situation that arose in Palestine in the late 1800s is still a source of conflict today?

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The British wanted to annex Palestine to retain control of the Suez Canal.

Wahhabists started a movement to establish a Muslim state in Palestine.

Zionists started a movement to establish a Jewish state in Palestine.

The leaders of Iran, Syria, and Egypt disagreed over Palestine's borders.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago
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    1. Before the Russian Revolution, what ideas did Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin have about changing the government?

    (Points : 1)

    (Both of these are correct)

    Historical forces would naturally bring about a workers' revolution.

    Your teacher expects this answer: A small party of professional revolutionaries should initiate a revolution.

    2. How did World War I contribute to revolution in Russia?

    (Points : 1)

    Russian soldiers and civilians faced hunger and death and the nation was on the verge of collapse.

    3. What type of government emerged in Russia after Lenin came to power?

    (Points : 1)

    communist state

    4. Which best describes a similarity among the American, French, and Russian revolutions?

    (Points : 1)

    A goal of all three revolutions was more self-rule for the people.

    5. What form of resistance did Mohandas Gandhi promote?

    (Points : 1)

    nonviolent

    6. Which is one way that Indians practised nonviolent resistance in an attempt to gain independence from Britain?

    (Points : 1)

    They boycotted British products.

    7. What role did nationalism play in the Middle East after World War I?

    (Points : 1)

    Nationalists protested rule by European non-Muslim governments and sought self-government.

    8. As Middle Eastern nations gained independence, what goals did they have for their new governments? (Points : 1)

    Some nations wanted secular governments; others wanted to follow Islamic law.

    9. How did movements such as Islamism, Wahhabism, and Zionism contribute to unrest in the Middle East?

    (Points : 1)

    They divided people on the basis of religious beliefs, laws, and ways of life.

    10. What situation that arose in Palestine in the late 1800s is still a source of conflict today?

    (Points : 1)

    Zionists started a movement to establish a Jewish state in Palestine.

  • 4 years ago

    A small party of professional revolutionaries should initiate a revolution.

    Russian soldiers and civilians faced hunger and death and the nation was on the verge of collapse.

    communist state

    After the revolutions, the common people gained more say in their government

    nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience. They boycotted British products

    Nationalists protested rule by European non-Muslim governments and sought self-government.

    Some nations wanted secular governments; others wanted to follow Islamic law

    They divided people on the basis of religious beliefs, laws, and ways of life.

    Zionists started a movement to establish a Jewish state in Palestine.

  • Tim
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    1B

    2C

    3B

    4A

    5C

    6B

    7 B or A I'm not sure

    8D

    9A

    10C

    But please doublecheck the answers

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