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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 11

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Which of the following governmental actions would the marchers in the photograph most likely want to happen?

  1. an end to federal restrictions on immigration

  2. enforcing the concept of 鈥渟eparate, but equal鈥?schools

  3. legislation that restricted the right to assemble

  4. legislation to open jobs to all qualified people regardless of race

  5. a law restricting interracial marriage

Answer: D

Question No: 12

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Which constitutional right protects the activity illustrated in the photograph?

  1. to bear arms

  2. to prohibit quartering of troops

  3. to freedom of speech

  4. to demand a search warrant

  5. not to testify in court against oneself

Answer: C

Question No: 13

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According to the graph at the left, in which year was the percentage of workers producing goods about the same as that of workers producing agricultural products?

A. 1870

B. 1890

C. 1910

D. 1930

E. 1950

Answer: C

Question No: 14

In 261 B.C., Buddhist missionaries traveled throughout Southeast Asia teaching about the moral instructions of Buddha. Their teachings included:

->鈥淥ne should obey one’s father and mother.鈥?/span>

->鈥淥ne should respect the value and sacredness of life.鈥?/span>

->鈥淧upils should honor their teachers.鈥?/span>

->鈥淭he faiths of all others deserve to be honored.鈥?/span>

Which of the following developments in world history was most similar in nature to the activities in 261 B.C. described above?

  1. spreading Christianity in the Mediterranean world in the first and second centuries, A.D.

  2. expelling the followers of Judaism from Spain in 1492

  3. colonizing the Americas by the Spanish, French, and English in the 1500s and 1600s

  4. persecuting members of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russia after 1917

  5. encouraging the use of the polio vaccine among American school children of the 1960s

Answer: A

Question No: 15

Journalists write stories for newspapers, radio, and television.To get information in an interview, journalists must first gain a person’s trust.However, journalists sometimes may print information that a person does not want reported.Journalists argue that they are obligated to tell the facts as they see them.If this happens, the person who was interviewed may feel betrayed and embarrassed.

The idea that journalists should not reveal information to the public that people have asked them to keep secret is supported by which of the following statements?

  1. tell the truth no matter who is hurt by the story

  2. respect people’s privacy more than an obligation to print a story

  3. serve the reader, not the person the news story is about

  4. write the truth as they see it

  5. write about topics that help to sell newspapers

Answer: B

Question No: 16

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According to the map, U.S. coal fields can often be found in what type of terrain?

  1. deserts

  2. active volcanoes

  3. coastal lowlands

  4. lakebeds

  5. mountains

Answer: E

Question No: 17

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A long-term reduction in world market prices for crude oil beginning in 1986 would have most likely depressed the economy in which U.S. region?

  1. the New England States

  2. the Gulf of Mexico coast

  3. the Southeast coast

  4. the Mid-Atlantic region

  5. the Pacific Northwest coast

Answer: B

Question No: 18

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Which event started the 鈥渟pace race鈥?

  1. invention of the airplane

  2. completion of the Spacelab

  3. first walk by astronauts on the Moon

  4. founding of the European Economic Community

  5. launching of a Russian satellite

Answer: E

Question No: 19

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Which statement of opinion supports continued funding for projects such as those on the time line in the 1980s and 1990s?

  1. Scientific exploration of space is a waste of taxpayers’ money.

  2. Shuttles and rockets are too costly when people need housing and jobs.

  3. Scientific exploration has improved people’s standard of living.

  4. Few people benefit from space exploration.

  5. Explorers are in the business for personal fame and fortune.

Answer: C

Question No: 20

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Which statement about the history of space technology and exploration between 1920 and 1998 is supported by information on the time line?

  1. Rocket science began after World War II.

  2. The USSR invented long-range missiles.

  3. Space technology was the main cause of world wars.

  4. Different nations experimented with space technology.

  5. Nations ended space exploration after 1998.

Answer: D

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