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Years of Crisis (Print Quiz)

1.

Philosophers and writer began to question ideas about progress and reason because of

 

(A)

the theories of Albert Einstein

 

(B)

the brutality of World War I

 

(C)

the decline of religion

 

(D)

the works of Franz Kafka

  

2.

A major economic problem in 1920s America was

 

(A)

the uneven distribution of wealth

 

(B)

severe inflation

 

(C)

high taxes

 

(D)

rising unemployment

  

3.

One difference between fascism and communism was

 

(A)

fascism had no clearly defined political program

 

(B)

communism denied individual rights

 

(C)

fascism was rule by dictators

 

(D)

the state was the supreme authority in communism

  

4.

Hitler became chancellor of Germany through

 

(A)

a campaign of terror

 

(B)

presidential appointment

 

(C)

popular election

 

(D)

a workers’ revolt

  

5.

One of the main causes of the rise of fascism during the 1930s was

 

(A)

the fear of communism

 

(B)

anti-Semitism

 

(C)

foreign invasions

 

(D)

worldwide economic crisis

  
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