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100 200 300 400 500 Chp. 15a Chp. 15b Chp. 15cChp. 16a Chp. 16b Leaders
This called for armed resistance against the white South African government after the arrest of their leader, Nelson Mandela, in 1962 A 100
The African National Congress A 100
This promoted democracy and economic growth in Africa A 200
African Union (AU) A 200
The economies of Africa have suffered because they are forced to import this from more advanced nations A 300
Technology A 300
He was a South African Bishop who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 A 400
Desmond Tutu A 400
He was president of Tanzania and represented African leaders who promoted Pan- Africanism A 500
Julius Nyerere A 500
The UN divided Palestine into these two states in 1948 B 100
A Jewish and Arab state B 100
The United Arab Republic formed a union between these two states B 200
Egypt and Syria B 200
This Muslim leader opposed the Shah of Iran because he felt the shah promoted a culture of greed and materialism B 300
Ayatollah Khomeini B 300
This African country was the first to gain independence from British rule B 400
Ghana B 400
How many people live in sub- Saharan Africa with the virus that causes AIDS B 500
25 Million people B 500
In Modern African culture, tension is characterized between these two things C 100
Traditional ways and Modern Western Culture C 100
Israel, Great Britain, France and Egypt were involved in this war in 1956 C 200
The Suez War C 200
Tensions between Iraq and Iran are fueled by this C 300
Disputes over territory C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
He ruled Uganda with oppression and repression C 400
Idi Aman C 400
The Egyptian leader assassinated for his role in the Camp David Accords C 500
Anwar el-Sadat C 500
This detailed Mao’s plans to create a proletarian culture D 100
The Little Red Book D 100
This was the boundary line between North and South Korea D 200
The 38 th parallel D 200
In the 70s, China improves relations with this nation after China faced security threat from the Soviet Union D 300
The U.S. D 300
The republic of Indonesia was formerly a colony of this nation D 400
The Netherlands D 400
South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong are called this because they imitate Japan in creating successful industrial societies D 500
The Asian Tigers D 500
Mao Zedong believed that China could achieve this only by creating an ongoing atmosphere of revolution E 100
Classless society E 100
The demonstration of students who sought the resignation of Communist party leaders took place here E 200
Tiananmen Square E 200
E 300 At the end of WWII, India’s population was divided between which two groups, causing the country to be divided into two separate countries
Hindu and Muslim E 300
In the Philippines, she followed Ferdinand Marcos into office, after he was accused of killing her husband E 400
Corazon Aquino E 400
The first Prime Minister of India E 500
Jawaharlal Nehru E 500
He wrote the Little Red Book and was the leader of Communist China F 100
Mao Zedong F 100
He was the leader of the Vietminh and the Vietcong F 200
Ho Chi Minh F 200
Chinese leader of the Four Modernizations F 300
Deng Xiaoping F 300
He was the Communist leader in Cambodia responsible for the deaths of more than 3 million people F 400
Pol Pot F 400
He was the leader of Nationalist movement in China F 500
Chiang Kai-Shek F 500
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