Political Ideologies Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What does 'anarchy' mean?

Question 2 2. This nation was isolationist until the United States effectively forced contact, in 1853.

Question 3 3. This system of government allows the voters to elect legislative representatives and those legislative representatives in turn elect a head of state for the executive branch.

Question 4 4. All of the following are characteristics of totalitarianism except:

Question 5 5. Which of the following countries did NOT have a fascist regime during the 20th century?

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Question 6 6. This is a left-wing political perspective characterized by the belief that individuals take priority over society:

Question 7 7. Which of the following is a type of anarchic government?

Question 8 8. The early attempt to maintain America's neutrality by refusing to conduct transatlantic business with Great Britain and France resulting an economic fiasco for the young nation is known as _____________.

Question 9 9. A polis is?

Question 10 10. How have Western societies generally responded to totalitarianism?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following forms of government MOST often accompanies fascism?

Question 12 12. This is a right-wing political perspective characterized by the belief that existing traditions and institutions should be maintained:

Question 13 13. In an anarchy, who would the most powerful person be?

Question 14 14. This event, in 1917, prompted the U.S. to drop its isolationist stance and join World War I.

Question 15 15. Democracy is _____.

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Question 16 16. Which of the following was a commonality between Nazi Germany and Stalin's Soviet Union?

Question 17 17. _____ refers to citizens exhibiting an extreme, unyielding pride in their country.

Question 18 18. This is a far-right wing political perspective characterized by the belief that society and government should return to the past:

Question 19 19. What did Thomas Hobbes think about anarchy?

Question 20 20. This term refers to an isolationist policy that tries to prevent foreign imports from hurting American businesses, usually by enforcing high taxes known as tariffs.

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Question 21 21. In a direct democracy _____.

Question 22 22. Under totalitarianism, the government would exercise control over:

Question 23 23. Why is xenophobia so effective across so many different cultures?

Question 24 24. This is a political perspective that avoids extremes and partisanship by promoting a restrained, middle stance:

Question 25 25. How do most most anarchies come about?

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Question 26 26. This nation, which has been officially neutral for almost two hundred years, is notable for its official policy of non-interventionism (under which they do not enter into military alliances with other nations):

Question 27 27. In a representative democracy, the voters _____.

Question 28 28. Which of the following is an accurate definition of a totalitarian government?

Question 29 29. Which of the following outcomes of Hitler's aggressively nationalist platform is FALSE?

Question 30 30. This is a far left-wing political perspective characterized by the belief that society needs to be changed, and that changes can only be accomplished through revolutionary means:

Political Ideologies Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

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