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Left-wing nationalism: Quiz

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Question 1: After Stalin became a ________ in the 1900s, he became fervently opposed to national culture, denouncing the concept of contemporary nationality as bourgeois in origin and accused nationality of causing retention of "harmful habits and institutions".
MenshevikBolshevikRussian Social Democratic Labour PartyVladimir Lenin

Question 2: Left-wing nationalists have historically led the separatist movements in the Basque Country, Catalonia, and ________, for example.
Irish peopleScotlandUnited KingdomNorthern Ireland

Question 3: [27] Tito build strong relations with states that had strong socialist and nationalist governments in power, such as ________ under Gamal Abdel Nasser and India under Jawaharlal Nehru.
SyriaMoroccoCyprusEgypt

Question 4: Left-wing nationalism describes a form of ________ officially based upon equality, popular sovereignty, and national self-determination.
Anti-nationalismCommunismFascismNationalism

Question 5: [9] Marxists have evaluated certain nations to be "progressive" and other nations to be "________".
FascismReactionaryLiberalismFrench Revolution

Question 6: Yugoslavia under the rule of ________ and the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, promoted both communism and left-wing Yugoslav nationalism.
Joseph StalinFidel CastroCold WarJosip Broz Tito

Question 7: [39] Nationalism itself was placed on the left during the ________ and the French Revolutionary Wars.
National ConventionFrench DirectoryFrench RevolutionNational Constituent Assembly

Question 8: [25] This Yugoslav nationalism was opposed to cultural assimilation, as had been carried out by the previous Yugoslav monarchy, but was instead based upon ________.
MalaysiaMiscegenationPhilippinesMulticulturalism

Question 9: [4] The Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party in Syria and formerly ________ has promoted pan-Arab nationalism and state socialism.
IranCyprusTurkeyIraq

Question 10: [27] The League of Communists of Yugoslavia blamed the factional division and conflict between the Yugoslav nations on foreign ________.
ColonialismBritish EmpireFrench colonial empireImperialism







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