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Question 1 1. The trans-Saharan caravan trade networks helped to spread which of the following religions throughout West Africa between the 9th and 13th centuries?
Question 2 2. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which
Question 3 3. Which mountain range unites Western Europe, the northern Middle East, and beginning of Asia?
Question 4 4. Which of the following is NOT one of the four main purposes of the United Nations as set out by the Charter of United Nations (UN Charter)?
Question 5 5. The first civilization in Mesoamerica to develop a written language and numbering system was the
Question 6 6. Which amendment gave all American citizens an equal opportunity to vote by declaring it illegal to force citizens to pay a tax before voting in a federal election?
Question 7 7. Which of the following rivers stretches 2,341 miles and is the longest river in the United States?
Question 8 8. Which of the following statements best describes the origins of the Protestant Reformation in Europe?
Question 9 9. In 1990-1991, the United States, United Nations, and NATO forces formed a military coalition to prevent the Iraq military (under the leadership of Saddam Hussein) from invading Saudi Arabia. The coalition then drove Iraqi forces out of Kuwait. This military conflict is known as the
Question 10 10. In addition to appointment powers, the President of the United States can
Question 11 11. The nominal gross domestic product is defined as
Question 12 12. The powerful military leaders who essentially ruled over Japan from 1192 to 1867 C.E. were known as
Question 13 13. President Franklin D. Roosevelt passed 15 pieces of important legislation during his first 100 days in office in an attempt to end the Great Depression. As part of Roosevelt's New Deal, the Securities Act and Glass-Steagall Act aimed to
Question 14 14. In 1676, a frontier militia rebelled against the colonial leadership in Virginia and burned the capitol of Jamestown. As a result of the rebellion, the House of Burgesses granted all free white men the right to vote. The rebellion was named after its leader
Question 15 15. King Louis XIV claimed divine right to rule over France during the 17th century. This system of governance is an example of
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