Global History (H4) Regents Practice Teachers' Answer Key



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(2) farm productivity

(3) the number of wars

(4) the number of droughts
Jan. 2003

46 Since the 1960s, famine in many parts of the

world has been reduced by

(1) increased urbanization

(2) global warming

(3) laissez-faire capitalism



(4) the Green Revolution
Green Revolution

Regents Practice
Aug. 2003

Base your answer to question 40 on the chart below and on your knowledge of social studies.




40 Between 1960 and 1987, a major effect of the Green Revolution on India was

(1) a decrease in the production of grain after 1975

(2) an increase in grain imports after 1984



(3) an overall increase in the production of grain since 1966

(4) a steady decrease in grain imports from 1960 to 1966


Aug. 2005

40 “India Strives for Grain Self-Sufficiency by 1970”

New Wheat Variety Grows in Arid Climate”

Chemical Fertilizer Use Rises 10% in 1960”

Sri Lanka’s Rice Production Increases 25% in Three

Years”
These newspaper headlines from the 1960s and

1970s describe some of the results of the

(1) Sepoy Mutiny

(2) Kashmir crisis






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