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Q1) Fill in the blanks: 
i) Viruses, worms and trojans are collectively named ________________.
ii) Cellspacing attribute is used with ______________ tag.
iii) _____________ is a program which makes you view the information on the World Wide Web.
iv) Collection of Web Pages is called _____________.
v) Columns of a table are specified using __________tag.
vi) _________ can replicate itself automatically .
vii)_________ attribute is used with <A> tag to specify the URL of link.
viii) ___________ is type of program that is installed on a user's computer to collect information about user.
ix) XML attribute value should always be enclosed in _______________ .
x) ______________is a program that appears harmless but actually performs malicious functions.
Q2) State True or False: 
i) The World Wide Web Consortium was founded to develop common standards.
ii) An XML document can have any number of child elements.
iii) No value is specified with border attribute of <img> tag.
iv) COLSPAN attribute of <TD> tag is used to merge more than one column of table.
v) Unsolicited bulk emails are called spam.
vi) Malware is Antivirus software.
vii) Because each computer differs in terms of what fonts it can display, each individual browser determines how text is to be displayed.
viii) Xml is Extended MarkupLanguage
ix) Software piracy is crime.
x) A cracker is a malicious programmer who break into secure systems.
Q3) Short Answer Questions –
i. What does an anti-virus software do? 
ii. What is full form of HTTP and what is its use? 
iii. Write the HTML code to display links of a web page in yellow colour. 
iv. Write the full forms of: 
v. As life gets busier, it becomes difficult for everyone to keep a track with school & college friends, old colleagues, old neighbours and favourite teachers. It is important to keep in touch with all your near and dear ones. At times, people sitting miles away doing similar kind of activity or solving similar kind of problems can help you to achieve goals faster by sharing their experiences. Similarly people belonging to different socio-economic background can change your perspective and can enhance your understanding of various cultures. 
vi. Laleema Chakradhar wants a broadband connection for accessing her mails and staying informed about the latest happenings in the field of Biotechnology. Can you suggest two Internet Service Providers of India to be approached for the same? 
Q4) Short Answer Questions –
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1. All questions in both sections are compulsory. However, there is internal choice in some questions.
Section A: Microeconomics
1. When is a consumer said to be rational? (1)
2. Define normative economics, with a suitable example. (1)
3. State the meaning of `quantity demanded of a commodity`. (1)
4. If a firm's production department data says that the total variable cost for producing 8 units and 10 units of output is 2,500 and 3,000 respectively, marginal cost of 10th unit will be
5. State any one assumption for the construction of the curve that shows the possibilities of potential production of two goods in an economy. (1)
6. State the behavior of Marginal Physical Product, under Returns to a Factor. (3)
7. Using appropriate schedules, briefly describe the determination of market equilibrium. (3)
8. "In a hypothetical market of mobile phones, the brand AWAAZ was leading the market share. Its nearest competitor VAARTA suddenly changed its strategy by bringing in a new model of the mobile phone at a relatively lesser price. In response, AWAAZ too slashed its price."
Based on the above information, identify the form of market represented and discuss any one feature of the market.
Discuss the primary reason for 'indeterminateness of demand curve' under the oligopoly form of market. (3)
9. a. Arrange the following coefficients of price elasticity of demand in ascending order: -0.7, -0.3, -1.1, -0.8
10. Identify which of the following is not true for the Indifference Curves. Give valid reasons for choice of your answer:
A consumer has total money income of 250 to be spent on two goods X and Y with prices of 25 and 10 per unit respectively. On the basis of the information given, answer the following questions:
11. Explain the concept of marginal opportunity cost using a numerical example. (4)
12. Define Price Floor. What is the common purpose of fixation of floor price by the government? Explain any one likely consequence of this nature of intervention by the government.
Define Price Ceiling. What is the common purpose for the price ceiling imposed by the government? Explain any one likely consequence of this nature of intervention by the government in the price determination process.
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NCERT Social Science Question Paper (Class-9)
(Political Science) Chapter 1 Democracy in the Contemporary World
Question 1: Which of the following does not lead to the spread of democracy?
(a) Struggle by the people
Question 2: Which of the following statements is true about today's world?
(a) Monarchy as a form of government has vanished.
Question 3: Use one of the following statements to complete the sentence: Democracy in the international organisations requires that …
(a) The rich countries should have a greater say.
Question 4: Based on the information given in this chapter, match the following countries anpath democracy has taken in that country.
Question 6: Which freedoms are usually taken away when a democracy is overthrown bmilitary?
Question 7: Which of the following positions can contribute to democracy at the global level? Give reasons for your answer in each case.
(a) My country gives more money to international institutions. Therefore, I want to be treated with more respect and exercise more power.
Question 8: Here are three opinions heard in a television debate on the struggle for democracy inNepal. Which of these do you agree with and why?
Guest 1: India is a democracy. Therefore, the Indian government must support thpeople of Nepal who are struggling against monarchy and for democracy.
Question 9: In an imaginary country called Happyland, the people overthrew the foreign ruler and brought back the old royal family. They said: "After all their ancestors were our kings before foreigners started ruling us. It is good that we have one strong ruler, who can help us become rich and powerful". When someone talked about democracy the wise men said it is a foreign idea. Their struggle was to throw the foreigners and their ideas out of the country. When someone demanded freedom for the media, the elders thought that too much criticism of the ruler would not help them improve their living standards. "After all, the king is so kind and interested in the welfare of all the subjects. Why create problems for him. Don't we all want to be happy?" After reading the above passage, Chaman, Champa and Chandru made the following observations. Chaman: Happyland is a democratic country because people were able to throw out the foreign rulers and bring back the king. Champa: Happyland is not a democratic country because people cannot criticise the ruler. The king may be nice and may provide economic prosperity, but a king cannot
give a democratic rule. Chandru: What people need is happiness. So they are willing to allow their new ruler to take decisions for them. If people are happy it must be a democracy. What is your opinion about each of these statements? What do you think about the form of government in this country?
(Political Science) Chapter 2 What is Democracy Why Democracy
Question 1: Here is some information about four countries. Based on this information, how woyou classify each of these countries. Write 'democratic', 'undemocratic' or 'not sagainst each of these.
(a) Country A: People who do not accept the country's official religion do not havright to vote
Question 2: Here is some information about four countries. Based on this information, how would you classify each of these countries. Write 'democratic', 'undemocratic' or 'not sure' against each of these.
(a) Country P: The parliament cannot pass a law about the army without the consent of the Chief of Army
Question 3: Which of these is not a good argument in favour of democracy? Why?
(a) People feel free and equal in a democracy
Question 4: Each of these statements contains a democratic and an undemocratic element. Write out the two separately for each statement.
(a) A minister said that some laws have to be passed by the parliament in order to conform to the regulations decided by the World Trade Organisation.
Question 5: Which of these is not a valid reason for arguing that there is a lesser possibility of famine in a democratic country?
(a) Opposition parties can draw attention to hunger and starvation.
Question 6: There are 40 villages in a district where the government has made no provision fordrinking water. These villagers met and considered many methods of forcing thegovernment to respond to their need. Which of these is not a democratic method?
(a) Filing a case in the courts claiming that water is part of right to life.
Question 7: Write a response to the following arguments against democracy.
(a) Army is the most disciplined and corruption-free organisation in the country. Therefore army should rule the country.
Question 8: Are the following statements in keeping with democracy as a value? Why?
(a) Father to daughter: I don't want to hear your opinion about your marriage. Inour family children marry where the parents tell them to.
Question 9: Consider the following facts about a country and decide if you would call it ademocracy. Give reasons to support your decision.
(a) All the citizens of the country have right to vote Elections are held regularly.
Question 10: In 2004 a report published in USA pointed to the increasing inequalities in thatcountry. Inequalities in income reflected in the participation of people in democracy...
(Political Science) Chapter 3 Constitutional Design
Question 1: Here are some false statements. Identify the mistake in each case and rewrite these correctly based on what you have read in this chapter.
(a) Leaders of the freedom movement had an open mind about whether the country should be democratic or not after independence.
Question 2: Which of these was the most salient underlying conflict in the making of a democratic constitution in South Africa?
(a) Between South Africa and its neighbours
Question 3: Which of these is a provision that a democratic constitution does not have?
(a) Powers of the head of the state
Question 4: Match the following leaders with their roles in the making of the Constitution:
Question 5: Read again the extracts from Nehru's speech "Tryst with Destiny" and answer the following:
(a) Why did Nehru use the expression "not wholly or in full measure" in the first sentence?
Question 6: Here are some of the guiding values of the Constitution and their meaning. Rewrite them by matching them correctly.
Question 7: A friend from Nepal has written you a letter describing the political situation there. Many political parties are opposing the rule of the king. Some of them say that the existing constitution given by the monarch can be amended to allow more powers to elected representatives. Others are demanding a new Constituent Assembly to write a republican constitution. Reply to your friend giving your opinions on the subject.
Question 8: Here are different opinions about what made India a democracy. How much importance would you give to each of these factors?
(a) Democracy in India is a gift of the British rulers. We received training to work with representative legislative institutions under the British rule.
Question 9: Read the following extract from a conduct book for 'married women', published in 1912. 'God has made the female species delicate and fragile both physically and emotionally, pitiably incapable of self-defence. They are destined thus by God to remain in male protection − of father, husband and son − all their lives. Women should, therefore, not despair, but feel obliged that they can dedicate themselves to the service of men'. Do you think the values expressed in this para reflected the values underlying our constitution? Or does this go against the constitutional values?
Question 10: Read the following statements about a constitution. Give reasons why each of these is true or not true.
(a) The authority of the rules of the constitution is the same as that of any other law.
(Political Science) Chapter 4 Electoral Politics
Question 1: Which of the following statements about the reasons for conducting elections are false?
(a) Elections enable people to judge the performance of the government.
Question 2: Which of these is not a good reason to say that Indian elections are democratic?
(a) India has the largest number of voters in the world.
Question 3: Match the following:
Question 4: List all the different election related activities mentioned in the chapter and arrange them in a time sequence, beginning with the first activity and ending with the last. Some of these activities are given below: releasing election manifestos; counting of votes; making of voters' list; election campaign; declaration of election results; casting of votes; ordering of re-poll; announcing election schedule; filing nomination.
Question 5: Surekha is an officer in-charge of ensuring free and fair elections in an assembly constituency in a state. Describe what should she focus on for each of the following stages of election:
(a) Election campaign
Question 6: The table below gives the proportion of different communities among the candidateswho won elections to the US Congress. Compare these to the proportion of thesecommunities in the population of the US. Based on this, would you suggest a systemof reservations in the US Congress? If yes, why and for which communities? If no,why not.
Question 7: Can we draw the following conclusions from the information given in this chapter? Give two facts to support your position for each of these.
(a) Election Commission of India does not have enough powers to conduct free and fair elections in the country.
Question 8: Chinappa was convicted for torturing his wife for dowry. Satbir was held guilty of practicing untouchability. The court did not allow either of them to contest elections. Does this decision go against the principles of democratic elections?
Question 9: Here are some reports of electoral malpractices from different parts of the world. Is there anything that these countries can learn from India to improve their elections? What would you suggest in each case?
(a) During an election in Nigeria, the officer in charge of counting votes deliberately increased the votes of one candidate and declared him elected. The court later found out that more than five lakh votes cast for one candidate were counted in favour of
Question 10: Here are some reports of malpractices in Indian elections. Identify what the problem in each case is. What should be done to correct the situation?
(a) Following the announcement of elections, the minister promised to provide financial aid to reopen the closed sugar mill.
Question 11: Ramesh was not in class when this chapter was being taught. He came the next day and repeated what he had heard from his father. Can you tell Ramesh what is wrong with these statements?
(a) Women always vote the way men tell them to. So what is the point of giving them the right to vote?
(Political Science) Chapter 5 Working of Institutions
Question 1: If you are elected as the President of India which of the following decisions can you take on your own?
(a) Select the person you like as Prime Minister.
Question 2: Who among the following is a part of the political executive?
(a) District Collector
Question 3: Which of the following statements about the judiciary is false?
(a) Every law passed by the Parliament needs approval of the Supreme Court.
Question 4: Which of the following institutions can make changes to an existing law of the country?
(a) The Supreme Court
Question 5: Match the ministry with the news that the ministry may have released:
Question 6: Of all the institutions that we have studied in this chapter, name the one thatexercises the powers on each of the following matters.
(a) Decision on allocation of money for developing infrastructure like roads, irrigationetc. and different welfare activities for the citizens.
Question 7: Why is the Prime Minister in India not directly elected by the people? Choose the most appropriate answer and give reasons for your choice.
(a) In a Parliamentary democracy only the leader of the majority party in the Lok Sabha can become the Prime Minister.
Question 8: Three friends went to watch a film that showed the hero becoming Chief Minister for a day and making big changes in the state. Imran said this is what the country needs. Rizwan said this kind of a personal rule without institutions is dangerous. Shankar said all this is a fantasy. No minister can do anything in one day. What would be your reaction to such a film?
Question 9: A teacher was making preparations for a mock parliament. She called two students to act as leaders of two political parties. She gave them an option: Each one could choose to have a majority either in the mock Lok Sabha or in the mock Rajya Sabha. If this choice was given to you. Which one would you choose and why?
Question 10: After reading the example of the reservation order, three students had different reactions about the role of the judiciary. Which view, according to you, is a correct reading of the role of judiciary?
(a) Srinivas argues that since the Supreme Court agreed with the government, it is not independent.
(Political Science) Chapter 6 Democratic Rights
Question 1: Which of the following is not an instance of an exercise of a fundamental right?
(a) Workers from Bihar go to the Punjab to work on the farms
Question 2: Which of the following freedoms is not available to an Indian citizen?
(a) Freedom to criticise the government
Question 3: Which of the following rights is available under the Indian Constitution?
(a) Right to work
Question 4: Name the Fundamental Right under which each of the following rights falls:
(a) Freedom to propagate one's religion
Question 5: Which of these statements about the relationship between democracy and rights is more valid? Give reasons for your preference.
(a) Every country that is a democracy gives rights to its citizens.
Question 6: Are these restrictions on the right to freedom justified? Give reasons for your answer.
(a) Indian citizens need permission to visit some border areas of the country for reasons of security.
Question 7: Manoj went to a college to apply for admission into an MBA course. The clerk refused to take his application and said "You, the son of a sweeper, wish to be a manager! Has anyone done this job in your community? Go to the municipality office and apply for a sweeper's position". Which of Manoj's fundamental rights are being violated in this instance? Spell these out in a letter from Manoj to the district collector.
Question 8: When Madhurima went to the property registration office, the Registrar told her. "You can't write your name as Madhurima Banerjee d/o Α. K. Banerjee. You are married, so you must give your husband's name. Your husband's surname is Rao. So your name should be changed to Madhurima Rao." She did not agree. She said "If my husband's name has not changed after marriage, why should mine?" In your opinion who is right in this dispute? And why?
Question 9: Thousands of tribals and other forest dwellers gathered at Piparia in Hoshangabad district in Madhya Pradesh to protest against their proposed displacement from the Satpura National Park, Bori Wildlife Sanctuary and Panchmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary. They argue that such a displacement is an attack on their livelihood and beliefs. Government claims that their displacement is essential for the development of the area and for protection of wildlife. Write a petition on behalf of the forest dwellers to the NHRC, a response from the government and a report of the NHRC on this matter.
Question 10: Draw a web interconnecting different rights discussed in this chapter. For example right to freedom of movement is connected to the freedom of occupation. One reason for this is that freedom of movement enables a person to go to place of work within one's village or city or to another village, city or state. Similarly this right can be used for pilgrimage, connected with freedom to follow one's religion. Draw a circle for each right and mark arrows that show connection between or among different rights. For each arrow, give an example that shows the linkage.
(Geography) Chapter 1 India - Size and Location
Problem 1. Choose the right
(i) Tropic of Cancer does not pass through
(a) 97° 25′ E
(iv) If you intended to visit Kavaratti during your summer vacations, which one of the following Union Territories of India will you be going to?
Problem 2. the followings briefly.
(i) Name the group of islands lying in the Arabian Sea.
Problem 1. Identify the following with the help of map reading.
(i) The island groups of India lying in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.
(Geography) Chapter 2 Physical Features of India
Problem 1. Choose the right Solution from the four alternatives given below.
(i) A landmass bounded by sea on three sides in referred to as
(ii) Mountain ranges in the eastern part of India forming its boundary with Myanmar are collectively called as
Problem 2. the following Questions briefly
(i) What are tectonic plates ?
Solution : The convectional currents below the Earth's crust split the crust into a number of pieces. These pieces are called tectonic plates. e.g., Eurasia plate, Indo Australian plate etc.
(ii) Which continents of today were part of the Gondwanaland ?
Solution : The Gondwana land included India, Australia, South Africa and South America as one single land mass.
(iii) What is the Bhabar?
(iv) Name the three major divisions of the Himalayas from north to south.
Solution : The 3 major divisions of the Himalayas from North to South are as folloWS
(v) Which plateaus lies between the Aravalli and the Vindhyan ranges?
Solution : Malwa plateau lies between the Aravalli and the Vindhyan ranges.
(vi) Name of the Island group of India having coral Vindhyan
Solution : Lakshadweep Islands are composed of small coral islands.
Problem 3. Distinguish between
(i) Converging and diverging tectonic plates.
Solution : Difference between Converging plates and Diverging plates
(ii) Bhangar and Khadar.
Solution : Differences between Bhangar and Khadar
(iii) Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats.
Solution : Difference between the Eastern Ghats and the Western Ghats.
Problem 4. Describe how the Himalayas were formed.
Project / Activity
Locate the peaks, passes, ranges, plateaus hills and duns hidden in the puzzle.
(Geography) Chapter 3 Drainage
Problem 1. Choose the right Solution from the four alternatives given below
(i) Which one of the following describes the drainage patterns resembling the branches of a tree?
(ii) In which of the following states is the Wular Lake located ?
Problem 2. Solution the following Problem s briefly.
(i) What is meant by a water divide? Give an example
They help to develop hydel power.
(Geography) Chapter 4 Climate
Problem 1. Choose the correct Solution from the four alternatives given below
(i) Which one of the following places receives the highest rainfall in the world?
(a) Kaal Baisakhi
(a) Cyclonic depression
(a) early May
(a) Warm days and warm nights
Problem 2. Solution the following Problems briefly.
(i) What are the controls affecting the climate of India?
Solution : There are six major controls of the climate of any place. They are latitude, altitude, pressure and wind system, distance from the sea (continentality), ocean currents and relief features.
Problem 3. Give reasons as to why
(i) Seasonal reversal of wind direction takes place over the Indian subcontinent.
(a) In summer, a low pressure area develops over interior Asia as well as over north-western India.
(a) This causes a complete reversal of the direction of winds during summer. Air moves from the high pressure area over the southern Indian ocean, crosses the equator and turns right towards the low pressure areas over the Indian subcontinent
(a) These cyclones are often very destructive. The thickly populated deltas of the Godavari, the Krishna and the Kaveri are frequently struck by cyclones which cause great damage to life and property.
Problem 4. Describe the regional variations in the climatic conditions of India with the help of suitable examples.
Solution : There are regional variations in the climatic conditions of India which can be understood with the help of the following examples
Problems 5. Discuss the mechanism of monsoon.
Solution : The climate of India is described as the monsoon type
Problem 6. Give an account of weather conditions and characteristics of the cold season.
Solution : The cold weather season begins from the November in northern India and stays till February. December and January are the coldest onths in the northern part of India.
(a) The weather is normally marked by clear sky, low temperatures, low humidity and feeble variable winds
(i) Name two rainiest stations.
Solution : Shillong and Mumbai.
(a) Thiruvanantapuram and Chennai.
Problem 3. Now find out
(i) Why are Thiruvanantapuram and Shillong rainier in June than in July?
Solution : They are rainier in June as the monsoon's arrival occurs in both places in June and the initial impact of the monsoon is an intense period of heavy rain.
(ii) Why is July rainier in Mumbai than in Thiruvanantapuram?
Problem 4. Now think why
(i) Thiruvanantapuram has equable climate?
Solution : Thiruvanantapuram has equable climate because of two reasons.
(a) It is on the sea coast. The moderating influence of the sea makes the climate equable.
(iii) Jodhpur has a hot desert type of climate?
(Geography) Chapter 5 Nature Vegetation & Wildlife
Problem 1. Choose the right Solution from the four alternatives given below
(i) To which one of the following types of vegetation does rubber belong to ?
Solution : (d)
(ii) Cinchona trees are found in the areas of rainfall more than
(a) 100 cm
Problem 2. anwser the following questions briefly Define an ecosystem.
Solution : All the plants and animals in an area are interdependent and interrelated to each other in their physical environment, thus forming an ecosystem. Human beings are also an integral part of the ecosystem. They utilise the vegetation and wild life.
(iii) What is a bioreserve? Give two examples
In mountainous areas, the decrease in temperature with increasing altitude leads to a corresponding change in natural vegetation.The wet temperate type of forests are found between a height of 1000 and 2000 metres, where evergreen broad leaf trees such as oaks and chestnuts predominate.Temperate forests containing coniferous trees like pine, deodar, silver fir, spruce and cedar are found between 1500 and 3000 metres. These forests cover mostly the southern slopes of the Himalayas, places having high altitudes in southern and north east India. Temperate grasslands are common at higher elevations.At high altitudes, generally more than 3,600 metres above sea level, alpine vegetation is found. Silver fir, jumpers, pines and birches are the common trees of these forests
Problem 5. Quite a few species of plants and animals are endangered in India? Why?
Solution: Many plants and animals in India are endangered because of the greediness of human beings for their commercial value. Humans are hunting animals for their skins, horns and hooves which are In demand and give a lot of profit.Deforestation on a wide scale destroys the habitat of animals and also leads to decline of the different species of trees and plants. Ecological balance is disturbed due to deforestation, which is harmful for both flora and fauna.
Project / Activity
Solution :Some trees having medicinal values are (there are many others) Amla Plant or Indian Gooseberry This is one of the richest sources of Vitamin C. It is a medium size deciduous plant, which attains a height of 8 to 18 meters. Amla is used to make herbal products, which helps get rid of health-related questions like hair fall, haemorrhage, leucorrhoea, skin diseases and discharge of blood from uterus.
Importance of Wildlife Wildlife comprises of the numerable varieties of wild plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms that exist on our planet Earth, rather than just cultivated plants and domesticated animals. We largely depend on this wildlife for every elementary requirement in our lite.
(Geography) Chapter 6 Population
Problem 1. Choose the right Solution from the four alternatives given below
(i) Migrations change the number, distribution and composition of the population in
(a) the area of departure
(ii) A large proportion of children in a population is a result of
(a) high birth rates
(iii) The magnitude of population growth refers to
(a) the total population of an area
(iv) According to the census 2001, a 'literate' person is one who
(a) can read and write his/her name
Problem 2. Solution the following Problems briefly.
(i) Why is the rate of population growth in India declining since 1981?
Since 1981, the rate of growth started declining gradually, because of popularised.
(a) Family planning measures were adopted, leading to decline in the birth rate.
(ii) Discuss the major components of population growth.
Solution The major components of population growth are birth rates, death rates and migration.
The natural increase of population is the difference between birth rates and death rates.
Birth Rate Birth rate is the number of live births per thousand person in a year. It is a major component of growth, because in India birth rates have always been higher than death rates.
Death Rate Death rate is the number of deaths per thousand persons in a year. The main cause of the rate of growth of the Indian
Migration Migration is the movement of people across regions and territories. Migration can be internal (within the country) or international (between the countries).
Internal migration does not change the size of the population, but influences the distribution of population within the nation.
Problem 3. What is the relation between occupational structure and development?
Solution The distribution of the population according to the different types of occupations is referred to as the occupational structure.
Problem 4. What are the advantages of having a healthy population?
Solution Health is an important component of population composition
Problem 5. What are the significant features of the National Population Policy 2000?
Solution Aims/Objectives of National Population Policy 2000
(Economics) Chapter 1 The Story of Village Palampur
Question 1. Every village in India is surveyed once is ten years during the Census and some of details are presented in the following format. Fill up the following based on information on Palampur.
(Economics) Chapter 2 People as Resource
Question 1. What do you understand by 'people as a resource'?
(Economics) Chapter 3 Poverty as a Challenge
Question 1. Describe how the poverty line is estimated in India.
(i) What do you understand by human poverty?
(Economics) Chapter 4 Food Security in India
Question 1. How is food security ensured in India?
(History) Chapter 1 Events And Processes
ActivityEvents And Processes
Question 1. Find out more about any one of the revolutionary figures you have read about in this chapter. Write a short biography of this person.
Exercise Questions Events and Processes
Question 1. Describe the circumstances leading to the outbreak of revolutionary protest in France.
(History) Chapter 2 Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution
Activity Socialism in Europe and
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