(A) Separation of legislative and executive powers
(B) Strict secular government, banning Shintoism as state religion
(C) Land reform
(D) Women's suffrage
(E) Banning labor unions
(A) Great Britain, United States, continental Europe
(B) Continental Europe, United States, Great Britain
(C) United States, continental Europe, Great Britain
(D) Great Britain, continental Europe, United States
(E) Continental Europe, Great Britain, United States
(A) Urban proletariat and artisans
(A) Safavid Persia
(B) Tokugawa Japan
(C) Kongo kingdom
(D) Ming China
(E) Mughal India
(A) Karl Marx
(B) David Ricardo
(C) Adam Smith
(D) Napoleon Bonaparte
(E) Giovanni Boccaccio
(A)Daoist doctrine held that the emperor was holiest of all.
(B) Daoists believed the natural order required exploitation of the peasantry.
(C) Daoist religious leaders became the main advisors of the scholar-gentry.
(D) Daoist detachment from human affairs blunted the possibility of political threat.
(E) Daoists abandoned their faith in favor of Confucianism over time.
(A) Qin dynasty
(B) Late Zhou dynasty "Era of Warring States"
(C) Han dynasty
(D) Sui dynasty
(E) Shang dynasty
(E) All of the above
(A) Specialization of labor, social stratification, surplus food production
(B) Surplus food production, specialization of labor, social stratification
(C) Social stratification, specialization of labor, surplus food production
(D) Specialization of labor, surplus food production, social stratification
(E) Surplus food production, social stratification, specialization of labor