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Past Exam for PSCI 1024 - Comp Gov & Politics with Glynn at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Exam 2
Professor:Glynn
Class:PSCI 1024 - Comp Gov & Politics
Subject:Political Science
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:--
Keywords:
  • Demokratizatsiia
  • Nomenklatura
  • Perestroika and Glasnost
  • Socialist Economy
  • Lenin's Theory of Imperialism
  • Federation Council
  • Deng Xiaoping
  • Federal System
  • Democratic Centralism
  • Political Rights
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POLITICAL SCIENCE 1024: MID-TERM 2 (EXAM A) PART 1: Multiple Choice (2 pts each). Read each question carefully and mark the answer on the scan-tron sheet. 1. Prior to the Russian Revolution in 1917, the Russian Empire was led by a: a. King 4~Tsar (Czar) c. Prenrler d. President 2. In China, the most powerful person in the government is always the General Secretary of the CCP. a. 1 l.~".,,,, ,! ,/ true b. false 3. Under communist governments, most property was/is owned by: a. individuals b. workers unions @ the state d. cadres 4. Which of the following were not part of Gorbachev's concept of demokratizatsiia? a. Competitive elections b. Freer political expression r$J A multiparty system d. A law-based state 5. The elections for the State Duma take the form of: a. Winner take all b. Proportional representation () Direct appointment d. Both a and b 6. Which of these were not attempts by the CCP to develop the modern Chinese state? a. Hundred Flowers m...

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