(A) Lack of interest in science
(B) Greater reliance on slavery
(C) Less interest in territorial expansion
(D) Failure to develop a monetary system
(E) Greater dependence on women for manual labor
(A) military conquests of large territories administered as military states
(B) intense colonization and settlement of large areas
(C) active international interaction through trade and diplomacy
(D) coastal enclaves for trade and a few settlements
(E) frequent coastal raids along with racial segregation imposed on conquered peoples
(A) There was little effect for most people.
(B) People of African descent were not affected, but Latin American Indians continued to suffer discrimination.
(C) Marriage alliances among all classes and castes eliminated the effect of all three.
(D) Large numbers of people of color migrated to the newly "Reconstructed" southern United States.
(E) There continued to be discrimination on the basis of all three factors.
(A) Western fears of the spread of Japanese influence
(B) Western investment to create self-sufficient economies in the new colonies
(C) An unprecedented amount of territory colonized in a short period of time
(D) The establishment of political institutions to resolve ethnic and religious conflicts within the colonies
(E) The decline of British and United States influence in international affairs
(D) The United States
(E) The Soviet Union
(A) a decline in divorce rates
(B) an increase in birth rates
(C) a decline in family size
(D) an increase in infant mortality rates
(E) an increase in death rates
(A) The establishment of sedentary village communities
(B) The spread of a migratory way of life
(C) A decline in the total population area
(D) An increase in the amount of forested land
(E) An increase in the use of bronze tools
(A) Both colonies of a foreign power.
(B) In the 1950s, leaders of both countries focused on industrial development.
(C) Building an agricultural base was the top priority of both countries.
(D) Both countries adopted free-trade policies in the 1960s.
(E) Both societies quickly rejected traditional religious values.
(A) Postcolonial conquests of one African state by another
(B) Fragmentation of countries after they achieved independence from Europe
(C) Decisions by European powers during the process of colonization
(D) Precolonial linguistic groupings
(E) International agreements mediated by the United Nations
(A) They studied at Soviet universities.
(B) They were held as political prisoners.
(C) They served in a colonial army.
(D) They were Muslims.
(E) They originally came from French colonies.