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Part I
Answer all questions in this part.
   Directions (1–50): For each statement or question, write on the separate answer sheet the number of the
word or expression that, of those given, best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.
    Base your answer to question 1 on the passage
below and on your knowledge of social studies.
   Geneticists are tracing the movements of people
   in prehistoric Europe using our DNA as a time
   machine. . . .
     — Joe Palca, “Tracing Human Migration Through DNA,”
         NPR Weekend Edition Saturday, August 11, 2007
 1 This passage suggests that modern science can be
   used to
   (1) aid historical analysis
   (2) show the development of a point of view
   (3) explain ancient medical practices
   (4) predict future events
Answer: 1

2.
2 Why is Southeast Asia considered a crossroads?
  (1) Large deposits of oil are available.
  (2) A number of trade routes intersect.
  (3) A single culture is dominant.
  (4) Rivers serve as highways.
Answer: 2

3.
3 In which economic system used by early
  civilizations are decisions about the distribution
  of goods based primarily on customs, beliefs, and
  habits?
  (1) mixed                   (3) traditional
  (2) free-market             (4) command
Answer: 3


4.
4 The Neolithic Revolution is often considered a
  turning point in history because
  (1) city dwellers learned to control fire
  (2) societies became more nomadic
  (3) nuclear families evolved into extended
      families
  (4) permanent settlements developed in river
      valleys
Answer: 4

5.
5 Filial piety and the five relationships are most
  often associated with
  (1) Hinduism              (3) animism
  (2) Daoism                (4) Confucianism
Answer: 4

6.
6 Which name identifies the region located
  between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers?
  (1) Cape of Good Hope (3) Mesopotamia
  (2) Sinai Peninsula      (4) Horn of Africa
Answer: 3

7.
7 The best definition of subsistence agriculture is
  (1) supplying crops for overseas exports
  (2) bartering crops for manufactured goods
  (3) storing surplus food in case of famine
  (4) producing just enough food for a family’s use
Answer: 4

8.
8 Which geographic feature most directly
  influenced the development of Greek city-states?
  (1) deserts             (3) vast plains
  (2) mountainous terrain (4) monsoons
Answer: 2

9.
9 Which development is most closely associated
  with the beginning of the Byzantine Empire?
  (1) emergence of the Russian Orthodox Church
  (2) division of the Roman Empire
  (3) building of the Hagia Sophia
  (4) fall of Constantinople
Answer: 2

10.
10 • Creation of the House of Wisdom in Baghdad
   • Development of algebra
   • Use of calligraphy as an art form
   Which Golden Age is most closely associated with
   these achievements?
   (1) Islamic             (3) Tang
   (2) Gupta               (4) Songhai
Answer: 1

11.
11 Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta are best known for
   (1) exploring the Western Hemisphere
   (2) leading religious movements
   (3) opening trade between Africa and Japan
   (4) providing extensive information about lands
       and people
Answer: 4

12.
Base your answer to question 12 on the map below and on your knowledge of social studies.
12 The information on this map suggests that the Black Death was primarily spread by the
   actions of
   (1) invading armies                      (3) merchants
   (2) nomadic peoples                      (4) explorers
Answer: 3

13.
13 • Stained glass windows assist people in
     understanding Biblical stories.
   • Taller and larger cathedrals emphasize the
     grandeur and glory of God.
   These statements best describe elements of
   (1) the Four Noble Truths
   (2) Chinese pagodas
   (3) Gothic architecture
   (4) Greek ideas
Answer: 3

14.
14 Which statement is an opinion rather than a fact?
   (1) Mansa Musa made a pilgrimage to Mecca.
   (2) Mali would have flourished without Mansa
       Musa’s influence.
   (3) Mali’s economy was based on the gold and
       salt trade.
   (4) Timbuktu became a center for Islamic
       learning.
Answer: 2

15.
15 One similarity between the Nile River valley and
   savanna lands in Africa is that they both
   (1) served as major barriers to the movement of
       people and goods
   (2) provided necessary resources for settlement
   (3) are located on the western side of the
       continent
   (4) had little effect on the lives of the people who
       lived in these regions
Answer: 2

16.
16 By closing Japanese harbors to most foreigners in
   the 160os, the Tokugawa shogunate attempted to
   (1) protect Japan from European influence
   (2) increase Japanese agricultural production
   (3) eliminate Japan’s influence on Southeast Asia
   (4) destroy traditional Japanese culture
Answer: 1

17.
17 The Ottomans were a strong trading empire
   through the mid-160os because they
   (1) controlled access to the eastern Mediterranean
       Sea
   (2) had the most powerful navy in the world
   (3) dominated West African caravan routes
   (4) conquered most of Asia
Answer: 1

18.
18 One way in which the Aztec and Inca civilizations
   are similar is that they both
   (1) defeated the Spanish conquistadors
   (2) developed advanced architectural techniques
   (3) lacked strong central governments
   (4) settled primarily in river valleys
Answer: 2

19.
19 One effect of the encomienda system in Latin
   America was that it
   (1) eliminated the use of guilds
   (2) promoted isolationism
   (3) exploited indigenous peoples
   (4) reduced Spanish influence
Answer: 3

20.
20 The Magna Carta, the Petition of Right, and the
   English Bill of Rights led the English government
   to develop a political system in which
   (1) rulers were responsible to the people
   (2) religious authorities controlled the lawmaking
       process
   (3) the power of the monarch came from God
   (4) the individual was denied a trial by jury
Answer: 1


21.
21 Which statement accurately reflects population
   changes that occurred as a result of the Age of
   Exploration?
   (1) Most Latin American populations became
       more culturally diverse.
   (2) One third of Europe’s population died due to
       exposure to diseases from the Americas.
   (3) The introduction of goods from the Americas
       caused a decline in Asian populations.
   (4) Native Americans migrated to Africa causing
       increases in African populations.
Answer: 1

22.
22 Enlightenment thinkers encouraged the
   improvement of society through the
   (1) teachings of the church
   (2) use of reason
   (3) development of absolutism
   (4) establishment of a rigid social hierarchy
Answer: 2

23.
23 “Angry Mob Destroys Bastille”
   “Robespierre’s Execution Ends Reign of Terror”
   “Napoleon Seizes Power”
   Which country’s revolution is referred to in these
   headlines?
   (1) Spain                 (3) France
   (2) Austria               (4) Russia
Answer: 3

24.
24 The slogan “Blood and Iron” and a united
   Germany are most closely associated with
   (1) Prince Metternich    (3) Camillo Cavour
   (2) Simón Bolívar        (4) Otto von Bismarck
Answer: 4

25.
25 Which pair of natural resources were used to
   change transportation and manufacturing in
   Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution?
   (1) gold and salt
   (2) diamonds and petroleum
   (3) copper and tin
   (4) coal and iron ore
Answer: 4

26.
26 What is one reason for Japan’s involvement in the
   first Sino-Japanese War and the annexation of
   Korea?
   (1) pursuit of imperialistic goals
   (2) reaction to foreign invasions
   (3) institution of five-year plans
   (4) need for a warm-water port
Answer: 1

27.
Base your answer to question 27 on the map below and on your knowledge of social studies.
27 Which area of Europe was known as the “Powder Keg” of Europe prior to the outbreak
   of World War I?
   (1) A                                  (3) C
   (2) B                                  (4) D
Answer: 2

28.
28 One similarity between the Sepoy Rebellion in
   India and the Boxer Rebellion in China is that
   both were
   (1) religious reform movements
   (2) reactions to the opium trade
   (3) attempts to end foreign interference
   (4) successful revolts against absolute monarchs
Answer: 3

29.
29 Between 1923 and 1938, which leader instituted
   a modernization program in Turkey?
   (1) Shah Reza Pahlavi    (3) Kemal Atatürk
   (2) Jawaharlal Nehru     (4) Ho Chi Minh
Answer: 3

30.
30 The rise of fascism in Germany between World
   War I and World War II is often associated with
   the
   (1) promotion of ethnic diversity
   (2) appeal of the doctrine of nonviolence
   (3) establishment of a strong parliamentary
       system
   (4) impact of the global economic depression
Answer: 4

31.
31 One way in which the conquest of Manchuria by
   the Japanese (1931) and the annexation of
   Czechoslovakia by Germany (1939) are similar is
   that these actions
   (1) marked the end of the aggressive expansion
       of these nations
   (2) demonstrated the weakness of the League of
       Nations
   (3) reestablished the balance of power in the
       world
   (4) led to the Long March
Answer: 2

32.
32 During World War II, the importance of the
   D-Day invasion of 1944 was that it
   (1) forced Germany to fight on multiple fronts
   (2) made Germany move their military to the
       Russian front
   (3) ended the bombing of Germany
   (4) demonstrated German military dominance
Answer: 1

33.
33 People would prefer their own bad government
   rather than submit to the good government of a
   foreign power.
   Which concept     is   characterized      by   this
   statement?
   (1) nationalism          (3) socialism
   (2) communism            (4) militarism
Answer: 1

34.
34 Which function of the United Nations is based on
   the concept of collective security?
   (1) providing health services
   (2) coordinating global peacekeeping
   (3) monitoring educational programs
   (4) assisting in agricultural research
Answer: 2

35.
    Base your answer to question 35 on the cartoon
below and on your knowledge of social studies.
35 In this cartoon, which region is represented by
   the nations that are seeking membership in the
   North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)?
   (1) Latin America         (3) Southeast Asia
   (2) Central Africa        (4) Eastern Europe
Answer: 4


36.
36 Which region is most closely associated with
   conflict in the West Bank, Golan Heights, and the
   Sinai Peninsula?
   (1) East Africa            (3) Western Europe
   (2) Middle East            (4) Central Asia
Answer: 2

37.
37 In the 199os, which two countries dominated the
   headlines because genocide was occurring in
   those countries?
   (1) Switzerland and Poland
   (2) Vietnam and Singapore
   (3) Sudan and Rwanda
   (4) Costa Rica and Jamaica
Answer: 3

38.
38 Which leader’s policies included glasnost and
   perestroika?
   (1) Fidel Castro         (3) Mikhail Gorbachev
   (2) Nikita Khrushchev    (4) Deng Xiaoping
Answer: 3

39.
Base your answers to questions 39 and 40 on the chart below and on your knowledge of social studies.
39 Based on the information in this chart, which country has the highest life expectancy?
   (1) Ireland                              (3) Venezuela
   (2) Japan                                (4) Greece
Answer: 2

40.
40 Based on the information in this chart, which statement is most accurate?
   (1) Poland is less globalized than Bangladesh.
   (2) Switzerland is more globalized than Thailand.
   (3) Brazilians tend to live longer than Canadians.
   (4) Pakistanis tend to have shorter lives than Ugandans.
Answer: 2

41.
Base your answer to question 41 on the time line below and on your knowledge of social studies.
41 Which policy is most closely associated with the events on this time line?
   (1) nonalignment                          (3) containment
   (2) détente                               (4) apartheid
Answer: 4

42.
42 An objective of the European Union (EU) for the
   early 21st century is to
   (1) withdraw from its military alliances
   (2) further integrate its economic system
   (3) establish a nuclear buffer zone
   (4) limit production of alternative fuels
Answer: 2

43.
43 “Contaminated Food from China Sold in the United
    States”
   “Computer Virus Shuts Down Hundreds of Businesses
    Worldwide”
   “Multinational Corporations Relocate Factories”
   These headlines are directly related to
   (1) world hunger
   (2) overpopulation
   (3) global warming
   (4) economic interdependence
Answer: 4

44.
44 One way in which knights, samurai, and warlords
   are similar is that they all
   (1) were traditional religious leaders
   (2) occupied military posts in the Chinese
       Empire
   (3) expelled the Moors from Spain
   (4) held positions of power in feudal systems
Answer: 4

45.
45 In what way did the rivers of Russia influence its
   history?
   (1) They provided a network for trade between
       the Byzantine Empire and Russia.
   (2) They allowed Japan to defeat Russia in the
       Russo-Japanese War.
   (3) They were used by Napoleon to invade
       Russia.
   (4) They gave the Mongols a route to conquer
       Russia.
Answer: 1

46.
46 Which title best completes the partial outline
   below?
         I. _______
            A. Sugar, tobacco, and cotton to
               Europe
            B. Textiles, rum, and manufactured
               goods to Africa
            C. Enslaved Africans to the Americas
   (1)   Trade Within the Hanseatic League
   (2)   Elements of Triangular Trade
   (3)   Factors of Industrialization
   (4)   Results of the Congress of Vienna
Answer: 2

47.
47 • Vasco da Gama discovered an all-water route
     from Europe to India.
   • Ferdinand Magellan’s crew circumnavigated
     the globe.
   • Issac Newton defined the forces of gravity.
   These events relate most directly to
   (1) revised understandings of natural surroundings
   (2) questioning the benefits of the mercantile
       system
   (3) increased suspicion between different religions
   (4) development of new manufacturing techniques
Answer: 1

48.
48 One way in which King Louis XVI of France and
   Czar Nicholas II of Russia are similar is that both
   (1) were executed by revolutionaries
   (2) were known as great military leaders
   (3) advocated religious reform
   (4) supported the emancipation of serfs
Answer: 1

49.
49 Porfirio Diaz, Francisco “Pancho” Villa, and
   Emiliano Zapata are best known for their
   struggles in the
   (1) Haitian independence movement
   (2) Mexican Revolution
   (3) Nicaraguan War
   (4) Cuban Revolution
Answer: 2

50.
50 Which region is most closely associated with the
   event with which it is paired?
   (1) Central Africa—calling for the Crusades by
       Pope Urban II
   (2) East Asia—issuing of the Balfour Declaration
   (3) South America—Munich Conference
   (4) Eastern Europe—Berlin Airlift
Answer: 4


51.
                                                     Part II
                                      THEMATIC ESSAY QUESTION
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs addressing the task
            below, and a conclusion.
        Theme: Geography
                  Geographic features have influenced the historical and cultural development of
                  civilizations, empires, countries, and regions of the world.
        Task:
                  Select three different geographic features and for each
                  • Discuss how this geographic feature influenced the historical and/or cultural
                    development of a specific civilization, empire, country, or region
            You may use any geographic feature from your study of global history. Some suggestions
        you might wish to consider include rivers, seas, oceans, rain forests, plains, mountains, deserts,
        islands, and monsoons.
                                 You are not limited to these suggestions.
                   Do not write about the geographic features of the United States.
        Guidelines:
                In your essay, be sure to
                • Develop all aspects of the task
                • Support the theme with relevant facts, examples, and details
                • Use a logical and clear plan of organization, including an introduction and a conclusion that
                  are beyond a restatement of the theme
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52.
                                                Part III
                                 DOCUMENT-BASED QUESTION
    This question is based on the accompanying documents. The question is designed to test your
ability to work with historical documents. Some of these documents have been edited for the
purposes of this question. As you analyze the documents, take into account the source of each
document and any point of view that may be presented in the document.
       Historical Context:
              Throughout history, ideas have shaped and influenced various societies and regions.
              These ideas include heliocentrism, natural rights, and Marxism.
        Task: Using the information from the documents and your knowledge of global history,
              answer the questions that follow each document in Part A. Your answers to the
              questions will help you write the Part B essay in which you will be asked to
                Choose two ideas mentioned in the historical context and for each
                • Explain the idea
                • Discuss how this idea influenced societies or regions
  In developing your answers to Part III, be sure to keep these general definitions in mind:
       (a) explain means “to make plain or understandable; to give reasons for or causes of; to
           show the logical development or relationships of ”
       (b) discuss means “to make observations about something using facts, reasoning, and
           argument; to present in some detail”
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53.
Part A
Short-Answer Questions
Directions: Analyze the documents and answer the short-answer questions that follow each document in the
            space provided.
Document 1
1 Based on this document, how was Copernicus’s theory of heliocentrism different from Ptolemy’s ideas
  about the universe? [1]
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54.
Document 2
This is an excerpt from a letter written by Galileo Galilei in 1615 to the Grand Duchess Christina defending his
approach to science.
       Some years ago, as Your Serene Highness well knows, I discovered in the heavens many things
       that had not been seen before our own age. The novelty of these things, as well as some
       consequences which followed from them in contradiction to the physical notions commonly held
       among academic philosophers, stirred up against me no small number of professors — as if I had
       placed these things in the sky with my own hands in order to upset nature and overturn the
       sciences. They seemed to forget that the increase of known truths stimulates the investigation,
       establishment, and growth of the arts; not their diminution [lessening] or destruction.
       Showing a greater fondness for their own opinions than for truth, they sought to deny and
       disprove the new things which, if they had cared to look for themselves, their own senses would
       have demonstrated to them. To this end they hurled various charges and published numerous
       writings filled with vain arguments, and they made the grave mistake of sprinkling these with
       passages taken from places in the Bible which they had failed to understand properly, and which
       were ill suited to their purposes. . . .
                                              Source: Galileo Galilei, “Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina (1615)”
 2a According to Galileo, why is the search for truth important? [1]
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55.
b Which document did Galileo’s opponents use to support their opinions? [1]
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56.
Document 3
3 Based on this excerpt and diagram from Guide to the Essentials of World History, what is one way
  Copernicus, Galileo, and others influenced how scientists work? [1]
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57.
Document 4
4 Based on the information in this graphic organizer, state two specific rights that John Locke believed all
  humans have. [2]
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58.
Document 5a
                        Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen—1789
         Approved by the National Assembly of France, August 26, 1789
       Articles:
          1. Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions may be founded only
       upon the general good.
          2. The aim of all political association is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible
       [inalienable] rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to
       oppression. . . .
          4. Liberty consists in the freedom to do everything which injures no one else; hence the
       exercise of the natural rights of each man has no limits except those which assure to the other
       members of the society the enjoyment of the same rights. These limits can only be determined
       by law. . . .
                                                          Source: The Avalon Project at Yale Law School (adapted)
Document 5b
The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10, 1948, by the United
Nations General Assembly.
                                 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
       Article 1: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed
       with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. . . .
       Article 3: Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person. . . .
       Article 7: All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal
       protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation
       of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination. . . .
                                                                                          Source: United Nations
 5 State two ideas that are common to the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen and to the United
   Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. [2]
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59.
Document 6
General Augusto Pinochet was arrested in London on October 16, 1998. He was accused of committing human
rights crimes as the former leader of Chile. General Pinochet was handed over to Spain to stand trial for these
crimes.
                   The Pinochet Case—A Wake-up Call to Tyrants and Victims Alike
       . . . In 1996, lawyers acting on behalf of victims of military repression in Argentina and Chile who
       were unable to pursue their claims at home filed criminal complaints in Spain against the former
       military leaders of those countries, including General Pinochet. Although most of the crimes
       were committed in Argentina and Chile, Spanish courts allowed the cases to proceed in Spain,
       using the principle of “universal jurisdiction” over human rights atrocities that is firmly enshrined
       in Spanish legislation and international law though rarely invoked. . . .
           Human Rights Watch described the Pinochet arrest as a “wake-up call” to tyrants everywhere,
       but an equally important effect of the case has been to give hope to other victims that they can
       bring their tormentors to justice abroad. Indeed, in January 2000, Human Rights Watch helped
       Chadian victims to bring a criminal prosecution in Senegal against the exiled dictator of Chad,
       Hissein Habre, who has been indicted and awaits trial on torture charges. . . .
                          Source: “The Pinochet Precedent: How Victims Can Pursue Human Rights Criminals Abroad,”
                                                                        Human Rights Watch, March 2000 (adapted)
 6 According to this document, what is one way victims can seek justice when their human rights have been
   violated? [1]
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60.
Document 7
                              Manifesto of the Communist Party, 1848
     II. Proletarians and Communists
     . . .The immediate aim of the Communists is the same as that of all the other proletarian parties:
     Formation of the proletariat into a class, overthrow of bourgeois supremacy, conquest of political
     power by the proletariat. . . .
        The distinguishing feature of Communism is not the abolition of property generally, but the
     abolition of bourgeois property. But modern bourgeois private property is the final and most
     complete expression of the system of producing and appropriating products that is based on class
     antagonisms, on the exploitation of the many by the few. . . .
                                                    Source: Marx and Engels, Manifesto of the Communist Party,
                                                                                        International Publishers
7 According to Marx and Engels, what are two ideas that characterize Marxist communism? [2]
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61.
Document 8
                   Proclaiming the New Socialist Government, November 1917
        Comrades, the workers’ and peasants’ revolution, about the necessity of which the Bolsheviks
      have always spoken, has been accomplished.
        What is the significance of this workers’ and peasants’ revolution? Its significance is, first of all,
      that we shall have a Soviet government, our own organ of power, in which the bourgeoisie will
      have no share whatsoever. The oppressed masses will themselves create a power. The old state
      apparatus will be shattered to its foundations and a new administrative apparatus set up in the
      form of the Soviet organisations.
        From now on, a new phase in the history of Russia begins, and this, the third Russian
      revolution, should in the end lead to the victory of socialism. . . .
        Within Russia a huge section of the peasantry have said that they have played long enough with
      the capitalists, and will now march with the workers. A single decree putting an end to landed
      proprietorship will win us the confidence of the peasants. The peasants will understand that the
      salvation of the peasantry lies only in an alliance with the workers. We shall institute genuine
      workers’ control over production. . . .
        We must now set about building a proletarian socialist state in Russia. . . .
                                                 Source: V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, Volume 26, Progress Publishers
8 According to V. I. Lenin, what is one goal of the Bolshevik Revolution? [1]
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62.
Document 9
     . . . China’s communists, unlike their comrades in the Soviet Union, had their roots with the
     peasantry, and it was to the countryside that the new government turned in its first attempts to
     transform society.
        On June 30, 1950, the government passed the Agrarian [agricultural] Reform Law designed to
     return the land to the people who actually worked it. Teams were dispatched throughout the
     country to redistribute land in favor of poor and middle-level peasants and to form associations
     or mutual aid groups, the forerunners of collectives. . . .
             Source: Associated Press, “China: From the Long March to Tiananmen Square,” Henry Holt and Company
9 According to this Associated Press excerpt, what is one way the Chinese Communists attempted to
  transform their society? [1]
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63.
Part B
Essay
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs, and a conclusion.
            Use evidence from at least four documents in your essay. Support your response with relevant facts,
            examples, and details. Include additional outside information.
         Historical Context:
                Throughout history, ideas have shaped and influenced various societies and regions.
                These ideas include heliocentrism, natural rights, and Marxism.
         Task: Using the information from the documents and your knowledge of global history,
               write an essay in which you
                  Choose two ideas mentioned in the historical context and for each
                  • Explain the idea
                  • Discuss how this idea influenced societies or regions
         Guidelines:
                In your essay, be sure to
                • Develop all aspects of the task
                • Incorporate information from at least four documents
                • Incorporate relevant outside information
                • Support the theme with relevant facts, examples, and details
                • Use a logical and clear plan of organization, including an introduction and a conclusion that
                  are beyond a restatement of the theme
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