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Question 1: New York: ________.
LondonOxford University PressJohn Fell (clergyman)United Kingdom

Question 2: Two military coups in ________ in 1987 removed from power a government that was led by an ethnic Fijian,[52] but was supported principally by the Indo-Fijian (ethnic Indian) electorate.
TongaFijiVanuatuNauru

Question 3: The most devastating form of redlining, and the most common use of the term, refers to ________.
Black flightRacial segregationWhite flightMortgage discrimination

Question 4: [23] In 1204 the ________ required Jews to segregate themselves from Christians and to wear distinctive clothing.
Pope Benedict XVIPope John Paul IIPopeCatholic Church

Question 5: It may apply to activities such as eating in a restaurant, drinking from a water fountain, using a ________, attending school, going to the movies, or in the rental or purchase of a home.
Rest areaPublic toiletBathroomPay toilet

Question 6: Apartheid was abolished following a rapid change in public perception of racial segregation throughout the world, and an economic ________ against South Africa which had crippled and threatened to destroy its economy.
BoycottCharles BoycottIsraelIrish National Land League

Question 7: Jews and Roma were subjected to genocide as "undesirable" "racial" groups in the ________.
The HolocaustAntisemitismHolocaust (resources)Responsibility for the Holocaust

Question 8: Rita Levi-Montalcini, who would successively win the ________ for medicine, was forbidden to work at the university.
Nobel FoundationNobel Prize controversiesNobel PrizeNobel Peace Prize

Question 9: Ghettos were established by the Nazis to confine Jews and sometimes Romas into tightly packed areas of the cities of ________ turning them into de-facto concentration camps.
Eastern EuropeBalkansCentral EuropeWestern Europe

Question 10: Apartheid was a system which existed in ________ for over forty years, although the term itself had a history going back to the 1910s and unofficially before that for many years.
CanadaMauritiusSierra LeoneSouth Africa
















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