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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 81

A global trade company in 1995 would need to be informed daily about the exchange rate(s) for which of the following currency(ies) on the chart above?

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  1. U.S. dollar, Deutsche mark, and Japanese yen

  2. travelers’ checks and ATM fees

  3. U.S., Canadian, and Australian dollars

  4. all non-European currencies

  5. French franc

Answer: A

Question No: 82

Which of the following developments would Speaker A most likely support?

  1. jobs and wages determined by the marketplace

  2. federal safety and emission standards on cars

  3. an increase in government spending

  4. a program that guarantees summer jobs for youth

  5. government control of education

Answer: A

Question No: 83

Which of the following statements is an assumption underlying all of the amendments?

  1. Governmental power must be limited and clearly defined.

  2. Governments should finance and support religious activities.

  3. Grand juries are the best defense of the people’s rights.

  4. Soldiers who defend the nation are welcome to stay in our homes.

  5. Due process of the law is not necessary for successful democratic government.

Answer: A

Question No: 84

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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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Based on the map, residents of which area of the country would have most strongly protested the ideas expressed in the letter?

  1. Southeast and Gulf Coast

  2. Oregon Territory and the Northwest

  3. California

  4. Minnesota Territory

  5. unorganized territory

Answer: A

Question No: 85

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Which statement about U.S. trading practices in 1998 is directly supported by information in the charts at the left?

  1. The United States exported fresh vegetables to Mexico.

  2. The United States cut off trade with China.

  3. The United States shared borders with two major trading partners.

  4. U.S. exports were greater than U.S. imports.

  5. U.S. exports remained at the same levels as U.S. 1997 exports.

Answer: C

Question No: 86

Which of the following statements best summarizes Speaker B’s attitude toward the New Deal?

  1. The New Deal is too democratic.

  2. The New Deal favors the middle class.

  3. The New Deal only helps the rich get richer.

  4. The free enterprise system will fail under the New Deal.

  5. The New Deal gives poor people political power.

Answer: C

Question No: 87

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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 statement best explains why many host countries in Africa could not provide much for the refugees’ survival needs in the late 1990s?

  1. No international organizations would help nations build refugee camps.

  2. The host countries often suffered conditions of poverty themselves.

  3. The host countries did not care about the refugees.

  4. Most refugees provided for their own housing and food.

  5. Most host countries were not close enough to the country from where the refugees fled.

Answer: B

Question No: 88

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What does information in the map imply about the relationship between religion and government in the illustrated region of the world?

  1. Religious beliefs can both unify and divide cultures.

  2. Separation of church and state strengthens empires.

  3. Democratic states tend to strengthen empires.

  4. Conflicts involving religion and land are a recent development.

  5. Governments last longer than religions.

Answer: A

Question No: 89

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What is one of the main purposes of the UN agreements listed on the chart?

  1. to build strong armies for all nations

  2. to protect basic rights of all people

  3. to establish a centralized government

  4. to establish trading zones for all nations

  5. to protect the power of governments

Answer: B

Question No: 90

The U.S. Supreme Court’s desegregation ruling in 1962 supports which idea in U.S. history?

  1. The U.S. executive branch controls the Supreme Court.

  2. Federal courts may not interfere with state and local government practices.

  3. People can take direct action to change unjust practices.

  4. Racial segregation promotes equal opportunities for U.S. citizens.

  5. Laws should not be broken.

Answer: C

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