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5 Matching questions

  1. Perestroika
  2. October Revolution
  3. Shock Therapy
  4. Sunni Muslim
  5. Khrushchev
  1. a economic program instituted by Gorbachev to reform communism and make it more efficient - allowed for private ownership in services, manufacturing and foreign trade sectors of the economy - a reason for the downfall of the Soviet Union
  2. b religious affiliation that dominates the region of Chechnya
  3. c program instituted by Yeltsin that called for drastic economic changes including the lifting of price and currency controls, the withdrawal of state subsidies, and immediate trade liberalization - failed to bring lasting improvement to Russia
  4. d 2nd part of 1917 Revolution - Lenin seized control of Russia - minimal bloodshed
  5. e Peaceful Coexistence, Secret Speech, Berlin Wall and Khrushchovka's

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. program under Gorbachev that called for "openness" in Soviet society - gave more political freedoms and loosened restrictions on the media
  2. range that serves as geographic dividing line between European Russia and Asian Russia
  3. language
  4. _ largest country in the world
  5. Stalin's plans to improve economy of Soviet Union through a focus on agriculture and industry (state-controlled)

5 True/False questions

  1. Nicholas IIlast czar to rule Russia


  2. Peter Iczar that expanded Russia's territory from the Baltic in the east to the Pacific in the west - moved capital to St. Petersburg in an effort to "modernize" Russia


  3. Bloody Sundaytook place on January 22nd, 1905 - solidified revolutionary thought in Russia - realized that czarist changes were not going to come without massive work strikes and riots


  4. Secret Speechprogram instituted by Stalin to rid the communist party of anyone who disagreed with Stalinist principles and programs - millions were exiled to Serbia or killed


  5. GorbachevGlasnost, Perestroika, Law on Cooperatives