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REVIEW China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea

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  • Q1
    During the Communist-Nationalist civil war, Chiang Kai-shek lost the support of the Chinese people mainly because he
    ignored the needs of the peasant population
    defeated the forces of Deng Xiaoping
    refused to accept support from foreign nations
    signed an alliance with Great Britain
  • Q2
    A comparison of the five-year plans of Joseph Stalin and of the Great Leap Forward of Mao Zedong would show that both leaders
    supported the involvement of wealthy entrepreneurs in the economy
    encouraged individual rights and freedoms
    focused on increasing industrial and agricultural output
    implemented some aspects of capitalism
  • Q3
    This 1960s Chinese song would most likely have been sung during the
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    Tiananmen Square incident
    return of Hong Kong
    Boxer Rebellion
    Cultural Revolution
  • Q4
    What is the main idea of this 1960s Chinese song?
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    Mao Zedong will lead the Communist Party in building a new China
    Communist policies will liberate Mao Zedong
    The Chinese people will become wealthy under communism
    The Sun will never set on Chinese communism.
  • Q5
    Base your answer on the passage below. When I was young, the Chairman promised us all food. He promised that we would never go hungry again or be without work; my family was led to a village where we became members of a production team. We worked hard, long hours but we were fed every day. The commune prospered at first, but soon people did not meet their quotas and we did not increase our production. We all received the same amount of rice; it didn't matter how much work we did. With the new Chairman, things are different in our village. The government has given us plots of land to work as our own, though I still put in time as a commune worker. We can now keep the amount we produce above the quota set by the government. This has made most of us work harder and the government quotas are being met for the first time. ––Conversations with a Farmworker (1986) The farmworker's description of life when he was young in this passage most clearly shows the influence of which of the following?
    Four Modernizations
    The Bolshevik Revolution
    The Great Leap Forward
    The Green Revolution
  • Q6
    "It doesn't matter if the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice." —Deng Xiaoping A historian could best use this quote to study which of the following changes in China?
    increased freedom of expression and the press after the demonstrations at Tiananmen Square
    introduction of foreign spheres of influence following the Opium Wars
    decreased government control over the economy in the late 20th century
    implementation of communism following Mao Zedong's revolution
  • Q7
    "It doesn't matter if the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice." - Deng Xiaoping The point of view expressed by Deng Xiaoping led most directly to which of the following?
    opposition to foreign influence resulting in the Boxer Rebellion
    increased trade with many industrialized nations
    the Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution
    legalization of opposition parties and free elections
  • Q8
    The main idea of this cartoon resulted most directly from which of the following?
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    the Great Leap Forward and government plans to industrialize China
    government response to demonstrations at Tiananmen Square
    Long March and Mao Zedong's Chinese Communist Revolution
    Deng Xiaoping's Four Modernizations
  • Q9
    What was a goal of the student protestors in Tiananmen Square in 1989?
    independence for Taiwan
    democratic reforms
    access to foreign products
    removal of troops from South Korea
  • Q10
    What is the main idea of the cartoon?
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    The majority of people in China do not support the recent changes.
    Economic freedom in China has not led to political reforms and freedom.
    China is improving its record on human rights.
  • Q11
    Which statement best explains China's economic shift toward capitalism in the 1980s and early 1990s
    The success of the Cultural Revolution resulted in the increased westernization of China.
    China's economic policies were directly influenced by the success of the Soviet economic system
    Communist economic policies were not meeting the needs of the society
    The Tiananmen Square massacre resulted in major economic reforms in China.
  • Q12
    What was one concern associated with both the Korean War and the Vietnam War?
    Kim Jong Il and Ho Chi Minh possessed nuclear weapons.
    Communism would spread through eastern and southeastern Asia
    Renewed Japanese imperialism would trigger another world war.
    French colonial rule would continue to influence the region
  • Q13
    • French intent to recolonize Indo-China after World War II • United States desire to prevent the spread of communism • United States support for the French in Southeast Asia These ideas are most closely associated with the
    factors that led to the Korean War
    results of the Marshall Plan
    reasons for the Nationalist settlement of Taiwan
    causes of the conflict in Vietnam
  • Q14
    Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge, the “killing fields,” and Year Zero are all associated with a violent period in which country?
  • Q15
    In Cambodia, Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge modeled their agrarian society on
    Leonid Brezhnev's doctrine of détente
    Mohandas Gandhi's Quit India program
    Mao Zedong's Great Leap Forward in China
    Lech Walesa's Solidarity movement in Poland

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