3. Which of the following was a sharp contrast between millenarian revolts such as the Taiping Rebellion and orthodox institutions?

3. Which of the following was a sharp contrast between millenarian revolts such as the Taiping Rebellion and orthodox institutions? 

Millenarian movements were inspired by Confucian, not Daoist, ideals.

Millenarian revolts often had women in leadership roles.

Millenarian movements were supported by militias raised by the gentry.

Millenarian revolts were often led by scholars.

4. From which groups did European nationalist movements draw their greatest number of supporters?

 The liberal aristocracy and the commercial middle class

The landed aristocracy and financiers

The clergy and rural workers

The middle class and the landless peasants

5. How did the status of Islam in West Africa change after the establishment of the Sokoto caliphate?

 It changed from a minority religion to the majority religion in the region.

It changed from an urban religion to the religion of rural pastoralists.

It changed from a polytheistic religion to a monotheistic religion.

It changed from a warlike religion to a peaceful religion.

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