Multiple choice of Social science

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I only have one chance to do this right, if you can't make 80% of right , please let me know.please give me 80%

  • A.that eventually growing pressures for democracy would overthrow capitalism
  • B.that capitalism and democracy would smoothly advance together
  • C.that the tensions between capitalism and democracy would be great, but they would by and large develop together
  • D.that developing capitalism would eventually suppress democracy and cause a return to oligarchy
  • E.that bureaucratic centralism would eventually eliminate both democracy and capitalism
  • F.that the capitalist mode of production was the end state of history, and was compatible with either democracy or oligarchy

There are Ten multiple questions, I need to get above 80% of the questions right.

(1) Marx: Nineteenth-century thinker Karl Marx believed...

(2) Tocqueville: Nineteenth-century thinker Alexis de Tocqueville believed that...

A. the developing democratic nineteenth-century United States provided a good model for the future development of France and other Western European countries

B. the United States was deeply and qualitatively different from Western Europe and would remain so because of its lack of a feudal past

C.democratic socialism was the only alternative to barbarism

D .ultimately no other mode of social organization would be able to stand up to democracy

E. Russia would be the dominant power of the twentieth century

F. France would be the dominant power of the twentieth century

(3) Polanyi: Twentieth-century thinker Karl Polanyi believed that...

A.a market capitalism that turned the stuff of people's lives--their communities, their occupations, and their incomes--into market playthings by making land, labor, and finance into "commodities" was playing with fire.

B.social peace and expanding production could be maintained by clever macroeconomic policy, requiring an active central bank and the somewhat comprehensive socialization of investment

C.human beings were too violent to avoid large-scale destructive industrial wars for very long

D.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and capitalism would win

E.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and democracy would win

F.none of the other answers

(4) Keynes: Twentieth-century thinker John Maynard Keynes believed...

A.social peace and expanding production could be maintained by clever macroeconomic policy, requiring an active central bank and the somewhat comprehensive socialization of investment

B.a market capitalism that turned the stuff of people's lives--their communities, their occupations, and their incomes--into market playthings by making land, labor, and finance into "commodities" was playing with fire.

C.human beings were too violent to avoid large-scale destructive industrial wars for very long

D.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and capitalism would win

E.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and democracy would win

F.none of the other answers

(5) Mill: Nineteenth-century thinker John Stuart Mill believed...

A.social peace and expanding production could be maintained by free discussion, open politics, mass education, and growing democratization

B.social peace and expanding production could be maintained by clever macroeconomic policy, requiring an active central bank and the somewhat comprehensive socialization of investment

C.human beings were too violent to avoid large-scale destructive industrial wars for very long

D.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and capitalism would win

E.ultimately capitalism was inconsistent with democracy, and democracy would win

F.none of the other answers

(6) Modern Economic Growth: The explosion of wealth that has made the modern world so rich began with...

A.the late Industrial Revolution, around 1850

B.the Commercial Revolution of 1500

C.the early Industrial Revolution of 1730...

D.the coming of electricity to factories in the 1920s

E.after World War II

F.none of the other answers

(7) International Inequality: The process that has sharply divided nations into rich nations and poor nations began with...

A.the inventions and diffusion of the technologies of the middle Industrial Revolution, about 1820

B.the Commercial Revolution of 1500

C.the fall of the Roman Empire, around 500

D.the coming of World War I in 1914

E.the coming of globalization around 1900

F.none of the other answers

(8) China Stands Up: China's recovery from its long relative economic and political decline that began early in the Qing Dynasty began to gather strength with...

A.the overthrow of the Qing by Yuan Shikai in 1911 Correct Answer

B.the return to power of Deng Xiaoping in 1977

C.the northern expedition of Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kaishek) in 1928

D.the victory of Mao Zedong in the Chinese Civil War in 1948

E.the self-strengthening movement led by Zeng Guofan and Li Hongzhang beginning in the 1860s

F.none of the other answers

(9) Neoliberalism: The neoliberal movement to place more emphasis on using market- and market-friendly institutions and to moderate the pursuit of socialist and social democratic ends gathered force in...

A. the 1980s, with the elections of Ronald Reagan in the U.S. and Margaret Thatcher in * the 1990s, with the election of Bill Clinton in the United States and Tony Blair in Britain, and the passage of NAFTA

B. the 1960s, with the election of Lyndon Johnson in the United States

C. the 1950s, with the election of Dwight Eisenhower in the United States

D. the 2000s, with the election of George W. Bush in the United States and China's joining the WTO

E. none of the other answers

(10) Long-Run Growth: Before 1500, nearly all economies in the world were...

A. much poorer than most and indeed all but the poorest economies today

B. leisure societies close to nature with limited hours of work necessary

C. about as rich as societies today, but with more unequal income distributions

D. about as rich as societies today, and with less unequal income distributions

E. richer than today because deforestation and resource depletion had not yet taken hold

F. none of the other answers


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