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Quiz 14 :

Argentina: Populism, the Military, and the Struggle for Democracy

Quiz 14 :

Argentina: Populism, the Military, and the Struggle for Democracy

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Which of the following was not one of the reasons Perón was immensely popular?
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D

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The Radical party in Argentina was made up of a coalition of what two groups?
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B

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Estancieros embraced the Saenz-Peña law because they hoped it would
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B

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The basic tenets of Perón's first five-year plan were
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Historically, Argentina's major exports were
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Which of these were not reasons for Perón's overthrow?
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Juan Perón's return in 1974 brought a new economic policy called the Social Contract that called for
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The 1943 coup that overthrew the Concordancia regime arose from the military's concern that
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The middle class that developed in Argentina at the turn of the twentieth century was composed of
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The Radicals split apart during the 1920s because
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Yrigoyen cracked down hard on union strikes in 1917 and 1918 because
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Arturo Frondizi, the candidate of the Radical party's Intransigent wing, won the presidency in 1958 by
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The operating mechanism of the Radical party was
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Hipólito Yrigoyen, the leader of the Radicals, could be described in all but which one of the following ways?
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During the Infamous Decade, Argentina was ruled by
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Early twentieth-century Argentine industrialization created
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Cecelia Grierson, Argentina's first female doctor, was an outspoken feminist who
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Late nineteenth-century market expansion
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The Roca-Runciman Treaty of 1933
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Juan Perón's crucial political contribution was his
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