Global History (H4) Regents Practice Teachers' Answer Key



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(2) civil disobedience (4) guerrilla tactics
India Independence

Regents Practice
Aug. 2002

49 The Boxer Rebellion, the Salt March, and the

Iranian Revolution were reactions against

(1) Mongol rule

(2) rapid industrialization

(3) Western influence

(4) economic depression


Jan. 2003

49 Mahatma Gandhi and Jomo Kenyatta were similar

in that both

(1) supported colonial policies



(2) sought to gain independence from Great Britain

(3) led a worldwide boycott of British goods

(4) used violent revolution to achieve their aims
Jan. 2004

33 “. . . Passive resistance is a method of securing

rights by personal suffering, it is the reverse of

resistance by arms. When I refuse to do a thing

that is repugnant [objectionable] to my

conscience, I use soul-force. For instance, the

Government of the day has passed a law which is

applicable to me. I do not like it. If by using

violence I force the Government to repeal the

law, I am employing what may be termed body

force. If I do not obey the law and accept the

penalty for its breach, I use soul-force. It involves

sacrifice of self. . . .”
Source: M. K. Gandhi, Indian Home Rule,

Navajivan Publishing


This statement reflects the belief that individuals

(1) have no control over events



(2) can influence events by following moral guidelines

(3) must use violence to influence events

(4) can influence events by using military force
Jan. 2004

47 Which historical development showed the desire

of a group to gain independence from a colonial power?

(1) rise of the Nazi Party in Germany

(2) Solidarity movement in Poland

(3) Tiananmen Square uprising in China



(4) Sepoy Mutiny in India

India Independence

Regents Practice
Aug. 2004

28 “Gandhi Calls for Boycott of British Textiles”

Gandhi and Followers Complete March to the Sea”

Gandhi Begins Hunger Fast”


These headlines reflect Gandhi’s belief in

(1) nonalignment (3) appeasement

(2) isolationism (4) nonviolence
June 2005

48 A common element in the movements for

German unification, Italian unification, and

Indian independence was the

(1) support of the Catholic Church

(2) strength of nationalist leaders

(3) mediation of the League of Nations

(4) existence of democratic institutions
June 2005

49 Which leader is most closely associated with the

use of civil disobedience in a struggle to end

colonial rule?

(1) Momar Khadafi (3) Ho Chi Minh

(2) Saddam Hussein (4) Mohandas Gandhi


Aug. 2006

44 What was one similar goal shared by Simón

Bolívar and Mohandas Gandhi?

(1) ending foreign control

(2) promoting religious freedom

(3) establishing a limited monarchy

(4) creating collective farms






Jan. 2007

Base your answer to question 34 on the map below

and on your knowledge of social studies.
34 Which letter identifies the nation most closely

associated with Mohandas Gandhi?

(1) A (3) C

(2) B (4) D



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