Industrialization And Nationalism Section Quiz Ch.19-3

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Industrialization and Nationalism Section Quiz Ch. 19-3


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  • 1. 

    Emperor             

    • A.

      Militarism

    • B.

      Secede

    • C.

      Kaiser

    • D.

      Emancipation edict

    • E.

      Realpolitik

    Correct Answer
    C. Kaiser
    Explanation
    The term "Kaiser" refers to the title given to the German emperor, specifically the emperor of the German Empire from 1871 to 1918. The word "Kaiser" is derived from the Latin word "Caesar" and signifies the supreme ruler or monarch. This term is significant in the context of German history and politics, as it represents the leadership and authority of the German emperor during the time of the German Empire.

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  • 2. 

    Bismarck's theory of practical, as opposed to idealistic, governance

    • A.

      Militarism

    • B.

      Secede

    • C.

      Kaiser

    • D.

      Emancipation edict

    • E.

      Realpolitik

    Correct Answer
    E. Realpolitik
    Explanation
    Realpolitik refers to a political philosophy that prioritizes practical considerations and the pursuit of national interests over moral or ideological principles. In the context of Bismarck's theory of governance, realpolitik suggests that he believed in making decisions based on practicality and pragmatism rather than idealistic notions. This approach often involved the use of military force, as indicated by the term militarism, and the centralization of power under a strong leader, such as a Kaiser. The term secede refers to the act of withdrawing or breaking away from a larger entity, which may be relevant in the context of Bismarck's efforts to unify Germany. The emancipation edict could potentially relate to Bismarck's policies of social and political reform.

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  • 3. 

    Reliance on military strength                                                                               

    • A.

      Militarism

    • B.

      Secede

    • C.

      Kaiser

    • D.

      Emancipation edict

    • E.

      Realpolitik

    Correct Answer
    A. Militarism
    Explanation
    Militarism refers to the belief or policy of relying heavily on military power and using it as a means to achieve national goals and maintain dominance. It involves prioritizing military strength, often at the expense of other sectors such as social welfare or diplomacy. This answer is correct because it accurately defines militarism, which is the term that best relates to the concept of reliance on military strength.

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  • 4. 

     law that freed Russian serfs                                                 

    • A.

      Militarism

    • B.

      Secede

    • C.

      Kaiser

    • D.

      Emancipation edict

    • E.

      Realpolitik

    Correct Answer
    D. Emancipation edict
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "emancipation edict" because it refers to a law that freed Russian serfs. An emancipation edict was a decree issued by Tsar Alexander II in 1861, which abolished serfdom in Russia and granted freedom to millions of serfs. This law was a significant step towards modernizing Russia and improving the conditions of the peasantry.

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  • 5. 

     withdraw from or choose not to be part of                                                     

    • A.

      Militarism

    • B.

      Secede

    • C.

      Kaiser

    • D.

      Emancipation edict

    • E.

      Realpolitik

    Correct Answer
    B. Secede
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "secede". This means to withdraw from or choose not to be part of a group or organization. In the context of the given options, secession is the most appropriate term as it refers to the act of withdrawing from a larger political entity, such as a country or state, to form a separate and independent entity. The other options do not directly relate to the concept of withdrawing or choosing not to be part of something.

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  • 6. 

    The Compromise of 1867 did all of the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      Create the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.

    • B.

      Create a single monarch to govern both Austria and Hungary.

    • C.

      Establish a common Austria-Hungary army.

    • D.

      Allow Huns within the empire to vote.

    Correct Answer
    D. Allow Huns within the empire to vote.
    Explanation
    The Compromise of 1867 was an agreement that created the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary, with separate governments for Austria and Hungary. It did not create a single monarch to govern both countries, as they had separate rulers. The compromise did establish a common Austria-Hungary army, which was an important aspect of the agreement. However, it did not specifically address the voting rights of Huns within the empire. Therefore, the correct answer is that the compromise did not allow Huns within the empire to vote.

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  • 7. 

    Louis-Napoleon assumed the title of Napoleon Ill, Emperor of France, and at first he

    • A.

      Limited civil liberties.

    • B.

      Expanded freedoms.

    • C.

      Restored the monarchy

    • D.

      . formed a shared empire with Hungary

    Correct Answer
    A. Limited civil liberties.
    Explanation
    After assuming the title of Napoleon III, Louis-Napoleon limited civil liberties in France. This means that he restricted certain freedoms and rights that were previously enjoyed by the people. This could include limitations on freedom of speech, press, assembly, and other civil rights. By doing so, Louis-Napoleon aimed to consolidate his power and maintain control over the country.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following was a major threat to American national unity during the nineteenth century?

    • A.

      The Revolutionary War

    • B.

      The War of 1812

    • C.

      Slavery

    • D.

      . liberalism

    Correct Answer
    C. Slavery
    Explanation
    Slavery was a major threat to American national unity during the nineteenth century because it created deep divisions between the Northern and Southern states. The issue of slavery led to political and social conflicts, ultimately culminating in the American Civil War. The Southern states relied heavily on slave labor for their agricultural economy, while the Northern states were increasingly opposed to the institution. These differences in opinion and economic interests caused tensions and ultimately threatened the unity of the nation.

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  • 9. 

    Bismarck faced opposition from all of the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      Austria.

    • B.

      France.

    • C.

      The legislature.

    • D.

      The Prussian army.

    Correct Answer
    D. The Prussian army.
    Explanation
    Bismarck faced opposition from Austria, France, and the legislature during his political career. However, he did not face opposition from the Prussian army. Bismarck was able to successfully manipulate and use the Prussian army to achieve his political goals, such as in the wars against Denmark, Austria, and France. The Prussian army was loyal to Bismarck and played a crucial role in his efforts to unify Germany under Prussian leadership. Therefore, the correct answer is the Prussian army.

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  • 10. 

    Britain avoided any form of revolution in 1848 by

    • A.

      Giving the industrial middle class the vote.

    • B.

      Giving women the vote.

    • C.

      Building up the British army.

    • D.

      Expanding railroads.

    Correct Answer
    A. Giving the industrial middle class the vote.
    Explanation
    The industrial middle class was a powerful and influential group in Britain during the 19th century. By giving them the vote, the government was able to appease their demands for political representation and prevent them from joining any revolutionary movements. This move helped maintain social stability and avoid any form of revolution in 1848.

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