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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How much did the European population increase between 1500 and 1600?
2. How long did the Russian occupation by the Mongols last?
(a) 350 years.
(b) 200 years.
(c) 450 years.
(d) 250 years.
3. When did the Catholic church upheld the right of women to inherit property?
(a) 9th century.
(b) 8th century.
(c) 11th century.
(d) 7th century.
4. When did Napoleon win at Jena-Auerstadt?
5. Who are not formally accountable to their people except through a parliament with very limited powers, but have been careful to attend to the demands of the various groups that make up the country?
(a) Lybian leaders.
(b) Iran leaders.
(c) Jordan Kings.
(d) Syrian leaders.
Short Answer Questions
1. How often were the lords and his commoner vassals called together to judge cases in feudal France?
2. Who gave the definition of institutions as "stable, valued, recurring patterns of behavior"?
3. When did the Kwangju massacre take place?
4. When did the Catholic Church declare its independence from secular authorities?
5. When was "Political Order in Changing Societies" published according to Chapter 30?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Fukuyama define accountability in Chapter 22?
2. Why is Latin America unique according to Chapter 24?
3. What was the second question that Fukuyama addresses?
4. What has China repeatedly returned to according to Chapter 20?
5. What did Pope Gregory VII do in 1073?
6. What two countries are examples of states that failed to develop accountability in Chapter 25?
7. What is the first question that Fukuyama asks about political development in Chapter 30?
8. What did Russia not share with the Ottomans according to Chapter 26?
9. What happened between the Christian church and political authorities in Europe according to Chapter 18?
10. What was British Common Law?
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