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British imperialism in India



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1 British imperialism in India

2 India’s involvement in World War II

3 the exploitation of the proletariat by the bourgeoisie

4 the British endorsement of apartheid in South Africa


Aug. 2000

33 A sense of national unity has been difficult to

maintain in India because of

1 its reliance on foreign aid

2 the emergence of a mixed economic system

3 the continuing influence of militarism



4 the desire of religious groups for greater

autonomy
Aug. 2000

40 A similarity of the goals of Nelson Mandela and

Mohandas Gandhi is that both leaders wanted to

1 secure political power for the majority of the people

2 encourage a greater degree of industrialization

3 improve the economy by expanding governmental control

4 gain independence from the Soviet Union


Jan. 2001

21 Which aspect of life in India demonstrates the

influence of the British colonial period?




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