Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 40 of 40)

Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 40 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 40 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 40 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 40 of 40)
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21st century issues, breakdown of traditions, increased pollution, expansion of slums, urbanization, developing nations, Africa, Asia, Latin America, weakening traditional values, England, many farm workers went to cities to look for jobs, industrialization, growing gap between the rich and poor, differences in economic prosperity, unequal distribution of resources, global migrations, mass starvation in Ireland, Irish Potato Famine, partition of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Latin Americans seeking jobs in the United States, ethnic cleansing in the Balkans, wars, religious conflict, natural disasters, mass migration of people, world population growth, new medicines and technology were discovered and applied, one-child policy, China, educational and health care agendas, Africa, drug trafficking, Latin America, countries have had to address a variety of economic and social problems, Mother Teresa, needs of the poor and health care, threat to physical environments, Brazil, Costa Rica, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire), destruction of rain forests, deforestation, Latin America, demand for timber, farmland and grazing land, justification, cattle raising, farming and mining in the rain forest will help the economy, savanna region, population pressures, overuse of land, desertification, overgrazing of livestock, Amazon Basin, acid rain, greenhouse effect, cooperation between nations to reduce pollution and environmental destruction, deterioration of the ozone layer, greater international cooperation, stricter pollution regulations, overfarming African land, global warming, industrialization and the burning of fossil fuels
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