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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 71

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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Why did many people in the United States move to California in 1849?

  1. reunite with friends and relatives

  2. establish a new country

  3. practice the Mormon religion

  4. trade for buffalo with Native Americans

  5. get rich by finding gold

Answer: E

Question No: 72

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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Which technology contributed to greater wheat harvests in the West?

  1. steel plows and reapers

  2. stockyards and trails

  3. oil wells and mine shafts

  4. canals and barges

  5. the assembly line process

Answer: A

Question No: 73

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Many accomplished geographers, scientists, and mathematicians worked under the rule of the Islamic caliphs (leaders).

According to the information on the map, what practical use did the Muslim rulers make of the technical knowledge and skills described above?

  1. established commercial trade around the Mediterranean region

  2. named the stars and planets for gods and goddesses

  3. built seaworthy vessels that sailed to the Americas

  4. helped astrologers predict the future

  5. increased travel times to India, Syria, and Egypt

Answer: A

Question No: 74

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How would the law most likely affect young people’s freedom of movement in the metropolitan area during the curfew hours?

  1. attending an evening rally to protest litter control in the city

  2. participating in adult-supervised recreational and social activities

  3. taking a job that required working at night

  4. attending religious services

  5. being outdoors without adult supervision

Answer: E

Question No: 75

Members of the National Rifle Association cite which of the following amendments in support of their position on private ownership of guns?

  1. First Amendment

  2. Second Amendment

  3. Third Amendment

  4. Fourth Amendment

  5. Fifth Amendment

Answer: B

Question No: 76

The French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (Aug. 27, 1789) states: quot;Men are born free and remain free and equal in rights . . . these rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression.quot;

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How did the fundamental concept of international human rights change between 1789 and 1998?

  1. wealthy people

  2. people who spoke French

  3. women and children

  4. kings and queens

  5. people who owned a large amount of land

Answer: C

Question No: 77

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This letter was written by a member of the American Anti-Slavery Society.

To Mr. T. D. Weld Dear Sir:

quot;You have been appointed an agent of the American Anti-Slavery Society. . . . Our object is the overthrow of American slavery. We expect to accomplish this, mainly by showing to the public its true character . . . its denial of the first principles of religion, morals, and humanity.

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quot;You will teach everywhere, the great fundamental principle of IMMEDIATE ABOLITION, as the duty of all masters. . . . Insist principally on the SIN OF SLAVERY, because our main hope is in the consciences of men.

quot;The people of color ought at once to be emancipated and recognized as citizens, and their rights secured, equal in all respects to others, according to the fundamental principle laid down in the American Declaration of Independence.quot;

Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimke Weld, and Sarah Grimke, Volume I (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1934), 124-28.

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The writer of the letter assumed which of the following statements was true?

  1. Slavery could only be ended by violence.

  2. Slavery was a subject that women should not discuss.

  3. Slavery was morally offensive to many Americans.

  4. Slavery was supported by the Declaration of Independence.

  5. Slavery was supported by the churches of America.

Answer: C

Question No: 78

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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This 1868 lithograph shows an idealized scene presenting farmers and settlers from the East, along with railroads, moving into lands already occupied by Native Americans.

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Which of the following statements is a fact about the West in the mid-1800s that is supported by information in both the lithograph and the time line?

  1. had terrain that was much like the terrain in the East

  2. was isolated from the East

  3. could not support much animal or plant life

  4. was a desert with few natural resources

  5. had a large amount of open, unsettled space

Answer: E

Question No: 79

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The refugee issue is a worldwide problem.As of 1999, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that there were an estimated 22.3 million refugees around the world. Africa, with 5.2 million refugees in 1995 alone, has been particularly disrupted by the movements of refugees across many borders.

A variety of causes may force people to become refugees, including desertification, drought, famine, disease, warfare, and political persecution.In the 1990s the most frequent causes of refugee migration were civil wars and ethnic clashes.

Refugees seek international protection and/or assistance and are unable to return home because they fear persecution and violence.While some refugees rely on friends and family for assistance or on their own economic resources, most refugees reside in camps where only about 11 cents a day per refugee is available as aid.The quot;hostquot; countries, often struggling economically themselves, have little to offer refugees.While most refugees maintain the hope of returning to their home countries, some permanently settle in a host country.

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Which generalization about refugees’ circumstances is best supported by this information?

  1. tend to select only one country to migrate to from their home country

  2. are often responsible for the conditions that force them to flee

  3. lose their culture and identity when they are forced to migrate

  4. would not exist if there were fewer host countries

  5. have limited places to go when they must flee their own countries

Answer: E

Question No: 80

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According to the Juvenile Curfew Act, which of the following should anyone under the age of 17 with a nighttime job be sure to do?

  1. get permission to work from the Metropolitan Police

  2. switch from a nighttime job to a daytime job

  3. go directly to and from the job during curfew hours

  4. perform 25 hours of community service

  5. make more than the minimum wage

Answer: C

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