One of the most obvious differences between realistic and romantic writers was that
Darwinism contributed to the growth of secularism by
In the late nineteenth century, Darwin’s ideas were applied to society in the form of social Darwinism. These ideas were used to
Marx’s ideas are often criticized because
Chapter 23 has a section called “Liberalism in Transition.” What is the nature of this transition?
Auguste Comte pioneered the scientific study of society. He is considered the principle founder of
In the article on origins by Heather Zeiger, which of the following was NOT given as an area affected by Darwinism?
In the article on origins by Heather Zeiger, which of the following was NOT cited as an example from history illustrating the impact of Darwinism?
According to the video interview on Darwinism, which of the following best represents the way in which Darwin’s ideas were received in the 19th century?
In the video interview with Dr. Dewitt, which of the following was NOT listed as part of the impact of social Darwinism?
The main point of Closson’s article called “Poverty and Wealth” is that
In the article called “Poverty and Wealth” by Don Closson, he notes that Christians often u ___________________________________ to argue that socialism is more biblical than the free market.
Marxism, socialism, and communism are sometimes used interchangeably, but there are subtle differences in their meanings. According to the lecture presentation, which of the following represents at least one thing they have in common?
The lecture presentation on Marxism argues that two necessary conditions must exist for capitalism to be successful. Which of the following is one of those two?
Otto von Bismarck came to power as a result of a
The Franco‐Prussian War
In order to establish unification, the Italians had to overcome the
Which of the following is NOT true of realpolitik?
In his assessment of Bismarck (“The Leadership Secrets of Bismarck”), Michael Bernhard concludes that Bismarck’s ultimate goal was to establish a mature democratic republic that would assure Germany’s future prosperity.
According to the video lecture, Bismarck made his most revolutionary impact as a statesman by
Explain the extent to which Darwinism is a worldview rather than just another scientific theory. Include descriptions of his most important ideas, and give specific examples to support your claims. Write at least three paragraphs.
HIEU 202 Test 5
During the first phase of the Second Industrial Revolution, from 1850‐1870
By the 1880s, the central issue in British‐Irish relations was
Which of the following best describes the rule of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (1808‐1873) in France?
In 1914, Germany
The Russian doctrine of official nationality dictated that
Which of the following was NOT given as something that became more widely available to a broader segment of the population during the nineteenth century?
Which of the following was described as “country of countries” in the lecture presentation?
Direct rule by England over most of India:
Many socialists argued that capitalist nations could only maintain their economic and political systems by:
In the nineteenth century, the Western economy:
Many socialists saw European imperialism as a/an:
The motives for the new imperialism of the late nineteenth century included the:
Which of the following best describes the impact of imperialism in China.
Which of the following did not join the scramble for Africa?
The policy of a nation or state that tries to extend its power or authority over other peoples or territories is called
Which of the following was NOT part of the most important missions strategy developed during the “Great Century” of missions?
What is the meaning of “ethnocentrism”?
According to the passage in Robert’s Brief History of Missions, what did the earliest Protestant missionaries see as their primary task?
William Carey wrote a famous tract that had a significant impact on the history of missions. What was the central message of his tract?
Nietzsche attacked Christianity because
Because he believed that human beings are motivated primarily by such instinctive drives as sex, Sigmund Freud
The new outlook that took shape in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was characterized by
In the late nineteenth century, European artists
Which of the following is NOT true of propaganda?
Sigmund Freud’s major work was called
HIEU 202 Test 6
Germany saw the Triple Entente as a/an:
Expectations on all sides for a short war were dashed by the advent of:
The Treaty of Versailles (1918) stated that responsibility for World War I lay with
Which of the following best represents the reason World War 1 began?
The Triple Entente included:
In the Zimmermann telegram, Germany proposed that in case of war between Germany and the United States:
The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia brought ___________ to power.
Which of the following was a characteristic feature of the fighting in World War I
According to the video lecture about World War I, what was unusual about the beginning of the war?
The effects of Stalin’s collectivization of Soviet agriculture included all of the following except:
Which of the following was NOT one of Stalin’s goals?
For Lenin, socialism meant:
Fascist ideology included:
Organized Christian churches in Germany:
In Hitler’s view, all of Germany’s problems could be traced back to:
Joseph Goebbels was in charge of:
In the Oath to Adolph Hitler, how is loyalty defined?
Why is totalitarianism a 20th‐century phenomenon? Why was it not implemented earlier?
In the video called “Stalin: Inside the Terror,” which of the following was NOT used to describe Stalin’s vision for the Soviet Union after Lenin’s death?
In the video called “The Rise of Hitler,” what book was referred to as “the Bible”?
Compare and contrast the rise of totalitarianism in Communist Russia and Nazi Germany. Include factors such as the role of the leader, the aim of the totalitarian state, the role of ideology, and how totalitarianism affected the daily lives of ordinary people.