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  1. Which of the following Latin American nations engaged in a twentieth century revolution with international implications prior to World War I?
    Mexico
  2. Francisco Madero
    was a member of the elite whose failed opposition to Diaz initiated the Mexican revolution.
  3. Which of the following figures in the Mexican Revolution led a peasant-based rebellion in the state of Morelos?
    Emiliano Zapata
  4. Which of the following reforms was NOT included in the revolutionary constitution of 1917 in Mexico?
    state takeover of property belonging to the Catholic Church
  5. The Mexican muralist movement was indicative of
    the policy of "indigenism" that was incorporated into the postrevolutionary reforms.
  6. Which of the following political organizations was established in Mexico as part of the one-party political system?
    PRI
  7. In the initial stages of the Russian revolution, soviets were
    revolutionary councils of workers.
  8. What was the date of the revolution which led to the Bolshevik seizure of power?
    November 1917
  9. What was Lenin's solution to Russian participation in World War I?
    He negotiated a peace treaty with the Germans and surrendered huge amounts of land on Russia's western border.
  10. The first parliamentary election following the Russian revolution
    returned a substantial majority for the Social Revolutionary party
  11. Leon Trotsky was the first head of the
    the Red Army
  12. How did Stalin's view of communism differ from that of Lenin?
    Stalin concentrated on a strong nationalist version of communism and on "socialism in one country."
  13. The mid-1920s in western Europe could best be described as a period of
    stability and optimism
  14. The Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928
    outlawed war forever
  15. In the aftermath of World War I, parliamentary governments were
    weakened by the existence of radical groups from the left and the right
  16. Which statement concerning women's suffrage in the 1920s is most accurate?
    Women's suffrage was granted after World War I in major European countries and the United States.
  17. In 1912, a centuries-old Chinese tradition ended when
    the last emperor abdicated
  18. Sun Yat-sen was the
    leader of the Revolutionary Alliance and first elected president of China.
  19. The movement created in 1919 to protest Japanese presence in China was the
    May Fourth movement.
  20. Li Dazhao was the
    first leader of the Marxist discussion group at the University of Beijing.
  21. Early Marxist philosophers in China characterized all of China's society as
    proletarian
  22. In 1919 Sun Yat-sen attempted to unify the various political organizations struggling for control of China under the Nationalist Party or
    Guomindang
  23. What nation supplied most of the early support for the Chinese Nationalist movement?
    the Soviet Union
  24. The first military head of the Nationalist Party and the director of the Whampoa Military Academy was
    Chiang Kai-shek.
  25. Who emerged as the head of the Nationalist Party and de facto ruler of China by the late 1920s?
    Chiang Kai-shek
  26. Mao's shift of his center of operations from Hunan to Shaanxi province is called the
    Long March.

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