Increasing Wartime taxes
Sponsoring military industries
Asking for loans
A surrender was given
A propaganda campaign was waged
The allies won a major battle
An armistice was signed
Increasing government spending
Raising Protective Tariffs
Increasing the minimum wage
Small fragments of a company that gain or lose value according to its success
A trading item that represents the value of a currency in Wall street
A part on a bussiness which gives the owner partial control over it
Pieces of a company which price varies according to state regulations
The spread of unemployment all around the world
An unstoppable inflation in America and Europe
A world economic crisis that began in the U.S.
The sudden crash of the American stock market
Large public works paid by the state
Restrictions over the stockmarket and banks
Give money to farms and factories
Decrease of welfare and relief programs
Those phenomena were not related at all
A directly proportional relation
An indirectly proportional relation
An inversely proportional relation
It allowed Russia time to mobilize its army.
It stopped Germany from a planned invasion of Belgium.
It prompted Great Britain to enter the war.
It resulted in Germany's having to fight on two fronts
Marshall Plan aid to West Germany
a reunification of the three western zones of Germany
The formation of NATO
The prescence of capitalist control on its area
The peasants and the middle class
the socialists and the nationalists
The warlords and the emperor
The nationalists and the Communists
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Soviet Union only
Democratic nations of Western Europe
German Democratic Republic, or East Germany
Soviet Union and its satellite nations
Truman Doctrine and containment
Marshall Plan and the iron curtain
Détente and brinkmanship
NATO and the Warsaw Pact
Located in Eastern Europe.
Aligned with the United States.
To reestablish the Communist regime in Afghanistan
to cause the United States to boycott the 1980 Olympics
to fight an indirect war with the United States
to gain control of Middle Eastern oil supplies
Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeini
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi
Kennedy announced a blockade of Cuba following the failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Castro protested his country’s being used as a tool for the Cold War and asked Khrushchev to intervene.
The Bay of Pigs troops were used to build the missile bases.
Khrushchev believed the United States would not firmly oppose Soviet expansion into Cuba.
Countries aligned with the Soviet Union and its allies
countries with a gross national product higher than First and Second World countries
Countries aligned with the United States and its allies
Developing countries not aligned with the United States or Soviet Union
Ayatollah Ruholla Komeini
Western languages are spoken throughout the world
All of the options are true
All nations have friendly relations with the West.
More people speak English than any other language.
A personal computer.
A videocassette recorder.
It has caused terrorist groups to reduce their activity.
It has changed the way most people use their leisure time
It has made Texas the most sought–after destination to live.
It has helped to create a shared experience of current worldwide events.
Making English the official language of government
Strictly censoring the mass media
Relaxing national dress codes to foster individuality
Using mass media to popularize foreign fashions
Take Western television shows and rework them according to national culture and traditions
Set aside television broadcast time for national programming
Strictly censor the mass media to keep out unwanted ideas
All of the options are true
The laws and provisions established by government to regulate civil liberties
Cultural practices no longer used by majority groups but still used by minority group
The ways in which the most famous members of a society present themselves
Cultural elements that reflect a group’s common background and changing interests
Occur anywhere in the world.
Are controlled or overseen by the United Nations
Decrease one nation’s dependence on another.
Cross international borders.
Operates in a number of countries.
Has stockholders from many nations.
Produces products for export.
Depends on the import of raw materials
Financial interactions among people that cross international borders
Financial interactions among businesses that cross international borders
All of the options are true
Financial interactions among governments that cross international borders
Sharing the bliss of economical development with less fortunate neighbors.
Low costs on labor and raw materials
High protective tariffs and easy concessions
Tax exemptions and low government control
Increase the price of an exported product.
Establish import tariffs.
Refuse to trade with a particular nation
import more products than it exports.
A government body represented in the United Nations
An internationally recognized space program using cooperation between one or more countries
A board of trade that exchanges multiple currencies in international markets
Transportation and business facilities for advanced production of manufactured goods
Developing new industrial processes, and strengthening the 3rd sector.
Increasing the speed of transportation and transactions between distant traders.
Mechanizing labor and increasing profits.
Developing the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and chemical industry.
Standard of living.
Emerging nations are industrialized, while developed are in the process of industrializing.
Both are in the process of industrializing, but developed nations are further along.
Both are industrialized, but in emerging nations only one language is spoken and understood.
Developed nations are industrialized, while emerging are in the process of industrializing.