I. promoted democracy
II. encouraged interaction with the outside world
III. failed to spur economic growth
IV. encouraged more social mobility
(A) I, II, and III
(B) II, III, and IV
(C) II and IV only
(D) all of the above
(E) none of the above
(A) Hong Kong
(C) Quemoy and Matsu
(D) Sri Lanka
(E) the Philippines
(A) Franjo Tudjman
(B) Alija Izetbegovic
(C) Slobodan Milosevic
(D) Richard Holbrooke
(E) Josip Tito
*Constructed multistory structures
*Arose near the Indus River
*Disappeared for reasons that remain unclear
221. If a physician heals the broken bone or diseased soft part of a man, the patient shall pay the physician five shekels in money. 222. If he were a freed man he shall pay three shekels. 223. If he were a slave his owner shall pay the physician two shekels.
(A) Babylonian medical practice was informed by study of microscopic germs.
(B) Babylonian physicians attended formal medical school for many years of training similar to doctors today.
(C) Babylonian physicians healed most cases of broken bones in Mesopotamia.
(D) Babylonian medical practice reflected prevailing patterns in social status.
(E) Babylonian doctors heeded the Hippocractic oath.
(A) Tool making
(A) Delayed ability to respond to external threats
(B) Limited ability to mobilize for war
(C) Mass slave revolt
(D) Difficulty in undertaking large building projects
(E) Lack of stability required for consistent and growing long-distance trade
(A) It was a waste of time and an insult to Russian tradition.
(B) Its harmless influence was allowed to spread without interference.
(C) It was a source of new ideas and methods to increase the power of the ruling family at home and abroad.
(D) It was a key step on the road to Russian democracy.
(E) Emulation of Western gender roles but not economic practices would be pursued.
(B) Green Revolution
(D) Protestant Reformation
(E) Bolshevik Revolution
(A) Repudiation of repressive measures taken during the Stalin era
(B)Abandonment of Five-Year Plans and collective farms
(D) Starving Soviet scientists of resources necessary to match Western achievements