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Multiple Guess
1. What would be willing to do to avoid taking this exam?
a. Listen to Mr. Andrews recite poetry he wrote in high school (this does exist)
b. Participate in a 4 hour seminar entirely through interpretive dance (this does not exist, yet)
c. Pull a fire alarm (that is a federal offense, by the way)
d. Delete my hard drive (all files are backed up, for future reference)
2. What theme have you found to be most profoundly stimulating this term?
a. The steady drifting toward modernity emerging after the Great War
b. Identifying causal relationships between events in history
c. Broadening your understanding and comprehension of alternative historical narratives to
include a more lateral foundation to your perception of the world around you.
d. Learning to most effective ways to divert Mr. Andrews from his lesson plans and plunge
into tangential rants by honing your covert tactics of distraction (distractics??)
3. What times and places have we covered this term?
a. The Middle East after The Great War
b. Argentina during the 1940s
c. China during World War II
d. The United States in the years between The Great War and World War II
4. Who was Herbert Hoover?
a. An inventor who created the first commercially available vacuum cleaner.
b. The president of the United States known for the leftist program, The New Deal
c. The husband of Eva Kirchner in modern day Argentina
d. The president of the United States during the first years of the Great Depression known for
his fiscal conservatism and faith in an austerity policy
5. The most profound economic legacy of World War I was, globally
a. The financial devastation of Germany from the reparations levied against them.
b. The booming economy of German and Italian markets
c. The functional legitimacy and prosperity of a nation became increasingly tied to that
nations industrial/military development.
d. A & C
6. Today, the term Fascist is often used to
a. Recognize the symbiosis between the federal government and the big business and the
prevalence of State Capitalism as practiced by both leftist and rightest leadership.
b. Create a negative association with a political opponent by linking them to almost
universally reviled leaders such as Hitler and Mussolini
c. Describe a person as highly vain because of their fashionable tastes
d. Imply that a certain leader has attempted to, or has, gained large amounts of personal power
7. In his rise to power, Juan Peron was able to capitalize upon
a. The trending shift upswing of democratic institutions in Argentina
b. Populist sentiment and urban discontent based on fractured and segmented socio-economic
c. His political allies in the military to gain legitimacy
d. The allegiance and support of a booming urban economy in need of tax cuts.