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Which of the following describes the purpose of the Regeneration group in Mexico? to remove President Porfirio Diaz from power to remove Ricardo Flores Magón from power to create a system of private schools in Mexico to create a new Mexican constitution
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Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) Use the following excerpt taken from an abolition speech delivered by William Wilberforce to answer the question below: "Having now disposed of the first part of this subject, I must speak of the transit of the slaves in the West Indies. This I confess, in my own opinion, is the most wretched part of the whole subject. So much misery condensed in so little room, is more than the human imagination had ever before conceived ... Let any one imagine to himself 6 or 700 of these wretches chained two and two, surrounded with every object that is nauseous and disgusting, diseased, and struggling under every kind of wretchedness! How can we bear to think of such a scene as this?" -William Wilberforce's, 1789 Abolition Speech Based on the above excerpt, why did Wilberforce think that slavery should be abolished? Slavery does not provide enough profit for the amount of suffering it causes. Slavery causes the spread of disease, which could affect Europeans as well as Africans No person should be submitted to the immense suffering that is perpetrated through slavery. People who are submitted to the suffering caused by slavery might rebel against Europeans.
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Question 3 What prompted the early-20th century coup in Brazil? The urban middle class sought to overturn the coffee elite-controlled government. The tenantes sought to concentrate power at the top of the social ladder. The coffee elite felt that their favored social and economic position was threatened. The newly created trade unions established a minimum wage and child labor laws.
Question 1 (Worth 5 points) In what way did the movement toward independence in India differ from that of Korea? The colony of India was split into two different countries. Korea achieved independence because Japan lost the war. India achieved independence when Britain entered the war. Korea fought a long and violent war for independence. Points earned on this question: 5 I got B Question 2 (Worth 5 points) In what way did the independence movements in Puerto Rico and Jamaica result in similar outcomes? Both gained constitutional governments without violent wars. Both gained independence through violence means. Both independence movements were rooted in black nationalism. Both won independence from the Spanish crown. Points earned on this question: 0 I choice D Question 3 (Worth 5 points) Why might France have been more motivated to resist independence movements in Algeria than it had in French Indo-China? Algeria had a large settler community made up of French-speaking Europeans. Algeria had been a part of France since the end of World War II. The Vietnamese resistance was stronger and far more organized. The Vietnamese independence movement appealed to Britain for help. Points earned on this question: 5 A Question 4 (Worth 5 points) What's one reason why the independence movements in Africa tended to be more violent than other places? African countries tended to seek independence earlier than other countries around the world. The colonies in Africa each had very large white settler populations who resisted all attempts at independence. The colonies in Africa had been the sight of most of the most deadly battles of the Second World War. Africa had undergone centuries of brutal exploitation and mass slavery that broke down institutions of civil society. Points earned on this question: 5 D Question 5 (Worth 5 points) How did F.W. de Klerk influence democratic reforms in South Africa? He restricted political rights to the white minority, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He set up talks between the government and the ANC, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid. He encouraged the government to outlaw the ANC, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He refused to end civil war, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid. Points earned on this question: 0 A Question 6 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following forced Jean-Bertrand Aristide out of power in Haiti? the United Nations the Haitian aristocracy the Haitian military the nation of Cuba Points earned on this question: 5 C Question 7 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following nations used social media sites to organize protests? Algeria Morocco Egypt Chile Points earned on this question: 5 C Question 8 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following was General Augusto Pinochet responsible for? the many sanctions imposed on Bolivia the disappearance of thousands of people in Chile the short Falkland War with Great Britain the harsh suppression of a revolution in Algeria Points earned on this question: 5 B Question 9 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following describes the purpose of the Regeneration group in Mexico? to remove President Porfirio Diaz from power to remove Ricardo Flores Magón from power to create a system of private schools in Mexico to create a new Mexican constitution Points earned on this question: 0 D Question 10 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following reforms did a commission insist must happen in Puerto Rico before any other reforms were made? improve education reduce taxes abolish slavery allow women to vote Points earned on this question: 5 C Question 11 (Worth 5 points) Use the following image to answer the question below: Public Domain The above illustration was created about 1870 and is entitled "The New Fighting the Old in Early Meiji Japan." Based on this image, which of the following statements is accurate about the Meiji Restoration? Most Japanese supported the reforms of the Meiji Restoration. The Meiji Restoration denied the rights of elderly people. The Meiji Restoration was a smooth process toward reform. Many Japanese resisted the reforms of the Meiji Restoration. Points earned on this question: 5 D Question 12 (Worth 5 points) What role did Prussia play in the reform of education in the United States? War with Prussia encouraged the United States to begin reforms after realizing illiteracy was a problem for many soldiers. Prussia sent a number of poorly educated immigrants to the U.S., which caused reforms to focus on achievement. Reformers in the U.S. adopted the idea that students should have access to the same content at similar grade levels. The Prussian ambassador to the U.S. was an outspoken education reformer who collaborated with Horace Mann. Points earned on this question: 0 D These are the questions and answers i got. Hope it helps!
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Jeez! Are you people going to ask others to cheat for you for the entire test?! It's okay if you're unsure about one thing, and therefore ask about it, but it should only be one, not the entire freaking thing!
@Whitemonsterbunny17 see? Mostly all people do this ;-;