1. During the 1930's, Japan's foreign policy was based on the strategy of
1. territorial expansion.
2. economic isolation.
3. rapid consumer growth.
4. democratic changes.
2. A unique aspect of religion in Japan is that
1. most major religions have no formal priesthood.
2. many Japanese practice both Buddhism and Shinto.
3. all Japanese religions are theocratic.
4. the current Emperor is regarded as a god.
3. During the Meiji Restoration, the Japanese began to modernize their
country primarily to
1. compete with Western powers.
2. isolate their people from foreign influences.
3. reemphasize traditional values.
4. introduce Eastern religions to Japan.
4. In Japan, the Meiji Restoration resulted in the
1. division of the nation between the European powers.
2. modernization of the nation's industry.
3. abolition of the position of emperor.
4. government being controlled by the samurai.
5. A major goal of the Meiji government in Japan was to
1. isolate Japan from other nations.
2 achieve political union with China.
3 establish Japan as an industrial power.
4 encourage colonization of Asia by Western nations.