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10th Grade Chapter31

Asia and the Pacific (1945-present)

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In 1958, China’s Great Leap Forward called for programs designed to . increase both industrial and agricultural production
After World War II, the Chinese Communists were successful in their revolution mainly because the Communists had the support of the peasants.
A major goal of the Cultural Revolution in China during the 1960’s was to eliminate opposition to Mao Zedong.
The Great Leap Forward in China was an attempt to increase agricultural and industrial output.
Since the death of Mao Zedong, relations between China and the United Sates have improved because both nations see an economic advantage to increase trade.
In the Chinese Civil War (1945-1949) support for Mao Zedong’s Communists forces came primarily from the peasants.
The Cultural Revolution in China was Mao Zedong’s attempt to renew the ideas and enthusiasm of the Communists revolution.
Which generalization best explains the creation of the nations of India and Pakistan 1947? Religious conflicts may have a strong influence on political events.
During the 1980’s, a major problem in India was violence resulting from cultural differences.
An immediate result of the Cultural Revolution in China was that it disrupted China’s economic and educational systems.
Economic development in Japan after World War II and in Communists China since the 1980’s is similar in that both nations have sought to utilize the concepts of capitalism to improve their economies.
Which statement best describes a result of student demonstrations in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in 1989? government further restricted freedom of expression in China
During China’s Cultural Revolution, a major goal of the Red Guard was to enforce the teachings of Mao Zedong.
The goal of Mao Zedong's policy known as the Great Leap Forward was to modernize China's economic system by diving China into communes.
Since the 1980s, Chinese leaders have tried to improve China’s economy by implementing a policy of limited free enterprise.
In China, Deng Xiaoping’s Four Modernizations lead to an increased use of free-market practices.
What was the goal of the student protesters in Tiananmen Square in 1989 ? democratic reform.
Which Chinese leader that is most closely associated with leading the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution? Mao Zedong.
During the Great Leap Forward, Chinese peasants were forced to join communes.
The quotation, Once copied her because she was the ideal model; today we have evolved into different, nearly opposite systems," describes Japan's relationship with China
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