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  • Following World War I, Great Britain was given a mandate (order) by the League of Nations to govern Palestine. Jewish immigration to Palestine greatly increased during the 1930s and 1940s. Violence erupted between Palestinian Arabs and Jewish people. Unable to resolve the conflict, Britain turned the problem over to the United Nations. The maps on the previous page show changes to this region as a result of the U.N. Partition Plan of 1947. According to the maps, how did the U.N. Partition Plan propose to prevent further violence between Palestinian Arabs and Jewish people?

    The physical features of the region were used to separate the Jewish people from the Palestinian Arabs.
    An economic union was created that made the Jewish people and the Palestinian Arabs dependent on each other.
    Two political regions were created in order to divide the control of Palestine between the Jewish people and the Palestinian Arabs.
    Palestine was placed under the jurisdiction of the United Nations, and its boundaries were redrawn to include Jewish people and Palestinian Arabs.

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  • The 1890 U.S. Census led some people to conclude that there was no longer a frontier line in the West. Early in the 20th century, President Theodore Roosevelt advocated the conservation of the nation’s natural resources. These events signaled a change in how people perceived

    urban areas.
    wilderness areas.
    centers of industry and technology.

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