Traditions and Encounters, AP Edition (Bentley), 5th Edition

Chapter 35: Nationalism and Political Identities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America

Multiple Choice Quiz

Satyagraha was
A)Gandhi's philosophy of passive resistance.
B)the Islamic leader who called for the creation of Pakistan for India's Muslims.
C)Mao Zedong's adapted philosophy of Chinese communism.
D)the original name of the Pan-African movement.
E)the Chinese political party headed by Jiang Jieshi.
Gandhi embraced a moral philosophy of tolerance and nonviolence (ahimsa) during the twenty-five years he spent in
A)South Africa.
D)Great Britain.
A)fought hard to improve the status of the casteless Untouchables.
B)launched the Non-Cooperation Movement.
C)began the Civil Disobedience Movement.
D)worked to secure approval of the Government of India Act.
E)All these answers are correct.
Which of the following was NOT one of the foundations of Gandhi's philosophy?
A)an attempt to improve the position of the harijans
B)boycotting British goods
C)heavy industrialization
D)passive resistance
E)economic self-sufficiency
Muhammad Ali Jinnah called for the creation of
D)Saudi Arabia.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
A)led the Civil Disobedience Movement.
B)was an adherent of the values and virtues discussed in the Bhagavad Gita.
C)was Gandhi's main challenger for political leadership of the Hindus.
D)headed the Muslim League.
E)was the founder of the Indian National Congress.
Three Principles of the People summarized the political views of
A)Mohandas Gandhi.
B)Jiang Jieshi.
D)Sun Yatsen.
E)Mao Zedong.
Mao Zedong's main rival after 1925 was
B)Sun Yatsen.
C)Jiang Jieshi.
D)Mohandas Gandhi.
E)Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The May Fourth Movement
A)was a significant turning point in the evolution of Marcus Garvey's political efforts.
B)was a sign of growing Japanese nationalism.
C)became the pretext for Japan to invade Manchuria.
D)galvanized the Chinese against foreign influence.
E)was typical of Gandhi's nonviolent movement.
The Long March
A)destroyed Mao Zedong's credibility with the Chinese.
B)left Jiang Jieshi in complete control of the Chinese Communist Party.
C)greatly strengthened Mao Zedong's leadership position.
D)was the final victory for the Guomindang.
E)forced Mao Zedong to flee China and hide in the Soviet Union.
Who among the following emerged as the leader and principal theoretician of the Chinese communist movement?
A)Mao Zedong
B)Jiang Jieshi
C)Sun Yatsen
E)None of these answers is correct.
In the decades following the Great War, the economies of most African colonies were dominated by
A)the export of unprocessed raw materials or minimally processed cash crops.
B)light manufacturing.
C)the production of steel.
D)cattle ranching.
E)furniture manufacture.
Which of the following is NOT true regarding Africa during the decades after the Great War?
A)Colonial taxation policies were designed to drive Africans into the labor market.
B)Using African labor and tax monies, Europeans built economic infrastructure.
C)Europeans promoted rapid, intensive industrialization among their colonial possessions.
D)The Great Depression exposed the vulnerability of dependent colonial economies.
E)In areas with extensive white settlement, settler agriculture was most prominent.
Who among the following was an artist who blended artistic vision and radical political ideas in large murals that he created for the appreciation of working people?
A)Carmen Miranda
B)Lázaro Cárdenas
C)Victor Raúl Haya de la Torre
D)Diego Rivera
E)Anastacio Somoza Garcia
Who among the following was noted for his "Good Neighbor Policy"?
A)Woodrow Wilson
B)Theodore Roosevelt
C)Howard Taft
D)Franklin Delano Roosevelt
E)Herbert Hoover
Marcus Garvey
A)was a member of the "new elite" of the African colonies who became president of Kenya.
B)is a Jamaican who championed the "Back to Africa" movement.
C)was a leader of the Mumbo cult.
D)mobilized Africans to revolt against British rule during the Great War.
E)None of these answers is correct.
Each of the following statements about Sun Yatsen is true, EXCEPT that
A)he was a leading opponent of the Qing dynasty.
B)he proclaimed a Chinese republic in 1912.
C)he authored Three Principles of the People.
D)he established the Nationalist People's Party, or Guomindang.
E)he led the Chinese in resisting Japanese military aggression.
Carmen Miranda
A)created a famous painting called Imperialism.
B)was an important revolutionary leader in early twentieth-century Latin America.
C)was the popular wife of an Argentine dictator.
D)served as the model for an ad created by the United Fruit Company.
E)None of these answers is correct.
José Carlos Mariátegui
A)established the Socialist Party of Peru.
B)had been a protégé of Fidel Castro.
C)served as president of Mexico.
D)was a famous Mexican muralist
E)was a Brazilian dictator-president
Augusto César Sandino
A)was the leader of the Guarda Nacional in Nicaragua.
B)played the starring role in the film Down Argentine Way.
C)was assassinated by agents of the United Fruit Company.
D)led the opposition to the occupation of Nicaragua by U.S. Marines.
E)served as president of Nicaragua.
Traditions & Encounters, 5e
Glencoe Online Learning CenterSocial Studies HomeProduct InfoSite MapContact Us

The McGraw-Hill CompaniesGlencoe