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Benchmark # 2 Part 2 7th grade 2018-2019

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  • Q1
    What is the main focus of Socialism?
    For the government to be in charge of the economy to ensure an equal distribution of wealth
  • Q2
    What was a result of the industrial revolution?
    * The movement of workers From Rural to Urban Areas * Interchangeable Parts * Mass Production
  • Q3
    What helped manufacturers and businesses become successful during the Industrial Revolution?
    Mass production of goods, and distributions of them to a wide range of consumers and markets
  • Q4
    How did the Industrial Revolution lead to the creation of labor laws and unions?
    Working conditions in factories were poor and pay was very low
  • Q5
    What "literary Work" or poem supported imperialism and the belief that European Culture was superior?
    "The White Man's Burden"
  • Q6
    What was the Outcome of the Berlin Conference?
    The Entire African continent was divided up between Powerful European Nations
  • Q7
    What policy does the following list show? * British Control over China * U.S. Control over Guam * Japanese control over Korea
  • Q8
    What is an example of a "Sphere of Influence"
    Europeans controlling "Special Economic Trading Rights" in CHINA
  • Q9
    For what three things were European nations interested in establishing colonies in Africa?
    #1 Cheap Raw Materials #2 Cheap Labor #3 New Markets
  • Q10
    How was European Imperialism to China similar to European Imperialism to Japan?
    Both countries were forced to open up & trade with industrialized nations
  • Q11
    How were the Sepoy, the Zulu, And the Boxer Rebellions all similar in nature?
    They all attempted to resist foreign influence
  • Q12
    Why did Japan fight both China and Russia for control of the Korean Peninsula?
    They wanted to acquire access to more raw materials.
  • Q13
    What was a primary reason for Japan's involvement in the Sino- Japanese War?
    To acquire more raw materials
  • Q14
    What was the result of both the Opium War in China and Naval Captain Perry's trip to Japan?
    The outcomes both increased western trade and influence in Asia
  • Q15
    How was Japan's reaction to imperialism different than that of Africa, China, and India?
    Instead of fighting against new ideas, Japan industrialized quickly and then became an imperial power themselves.

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