Chapter 35: Nationalism and Political Identites in Asia, Africa, and Latin America
Traditions and Encounters Volume 2
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The nationalist government of China was challenged by all of the following EXCEPT
economic hardship caused by the Great Depression.
Africans were participants in World War I because
they were bound by colonial ties to European powers.
The pressures of the Great Depression led to a reassessment of U.S. foreign policy in Latin America during the 1920s and 1930s; this revamped approach became known as the "Good Neighbor Policy."
All of the following African colonies were compelled by European colonial powers to participate in the Great War EXCEPT
One of the greatest proponents of Pan-Africanism was
The Great Depression led Japan to
turn toward a militaristic government whose goal was the domination of east Asia.
In South Africa, how much of the population did whites make up?
Who of the following is most closely associated with the Good Neighbor Policy?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Sun Yatsen called for special privileges for foreigners, national reunification, economic development, and a democratic republican government based on universal suffrage.
Which of the following refers to "land of the pure"?
The founding of the Chinese Communist Party was directly influenced by
Which of the following Asian countries was part of the "big five" in the League of Nations?
Who launched the Northern Expedition?
The India Act of 1937
gave the institutions of a self-governing state to India, although the British government still exercised overall control.
After World War I, which of the following countries sought to preserve their cultural identity against western influences?
The Allies had invaded German colonies in Africa by
In South Africa, how much land was reserved for the whites?
During the Long March, Mao Zedong emerged as the leader and principal theoretician of the Chinese communist movement.
The leader of the opposition to U.S. Marines occupying Nicaragua in the 1920s was Anastacio Somoza Garcia.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah called for the creation of
By the end of World War I, how many people from Africa had served in the French army?
Gandhi's philosophy of passive resistance
Mexican President ________ nationalized his country's oil industry, thus posing a challenge to the United States policy of nonintervention in Latin American affairs.
Africa's new elite were Europeans who came to Africa after the Great War and attained high-ranking offices and helped Africans gain independence.
The Long March
greatly strengthened Mao Zedong's leadership position.
In which of the following groups did ideas regarding African nationalism generate?
Sun Yatsen's plan for China included all of the following EXCEPT
the establishment of a communist totalitarian government
Jiang Jieshi launched a political and military offensive known as the Northern Expedition, which aimed to unify the nation and bring China under Guomindang rule.
The former teacher and librarian that became the leader of the Chinese communist movement was
Widespread Mexican migration to the United States during and after the Great War suggested the attractiveness of the United States for at least some Latin Americans.
The Great Depression aggravated the tense situation between Muslims and Hindus in India, in part because
Muslims perceived that they were economically controlled by the Hindu majority of India
During the twenty-five years he spent in South Africa, Gandhi embraced a moral philosophy of tolerance and nonviolence, and developed the technique of passive resistance.
The May Fourth Movement
galvanized the Chinese against foreign interference
a political ideology that held that peasants were the foundation for a successful communist revolution.
The most influential organization dedicated to the end of British rule in India was the
Indian National Congress.
The "Mukden incident"
provided Japan with the excuse to send troops into Manchuria.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah, leader of the Muslim league, proposed two states, one for Hindus and one for Muslims: India and Pakista
Indian nationals were influenced by
In the decades following World War I, nationalism was most powerful in Asia in the regions of
China and India
Which of the following was NOT one of the foundations of Gandhi's philosophy?
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