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Disagreement over which issue worsened postwar relations between the United States and the Soviet Union?
a) the United Nations charter b) Soviet sympathy for Nazi Germany c) the future of Poland d) the discovery of Russian spies in California
Which of the following best describes satellite nations?
a) nations in debt to the World Bank b) nations that belonged to NATO c) nations west of the iron curtain d) nations dominated by the Soviet Union
What did President Truman promise in the Truman Doctrine?
a) to support nations trying to resist Soviet control. b) to fight hunger anywhere in the world. c) to enforce the American foreign policy of brinkmanship. d) to reject the former policy of containment.
How did the Soviet Union react to the Marshall Plan?
a) The Soviet Union offered to share the plan’s cost with the United States. b) The Soviet Union refused to participate in the plan. c) The Soviet Union condemned the plan as unrealistic. d) The Soviet Union offered Western Europe a competing plan.
The Berlin airlift was President Truman’s response to the
a) reunification of East and West Germany. b) German development of the atomic bomb. c) Soviet blockade of West Berlin. d) construction of the Berlin Wall.
In response to the formation of NATO, the Soviet Union
a) created the Warsaw Pact. b) left the United Nations. c) ended the Berlin airlift. d) joined the Marshall Plan.
Members of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) charged numerous Hollywood figures with
a) promoting anti-Semitism. b) avoiding the issue of racism. c) spying for the Soviet Union. d) being sympathetic to Communist ideas.
What was the outcome of the Korean War?
a) Korea was unified under a Communist government. b) North Korea surrendered after the threat of atomic warfare. c) Korea remained divided at almost exactly the same place as before the war. d) China controlled North Korea while South Korea remained independent.
What impact did Joseph McCarthy have on American society?
a) He encouraged a widespread fear of communism. b) He strengthened the United States Army. c) He encouraged Americans to stand up for their civil rights. d) He created opposition to United States involvement in Latin American affairs.
Which of the following is a reason the United States became involved in affairs in the Middle East following World War II?
a) to limit Jewish immigration into the region b) to prevent oil-rich Arab nations from falling under Soviet influence c) to discourage the founding of a Jewish homeland in the region d) to overthrow dictatorships in Arab nations
At the Yalta conference, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin decided to
a) keep the Soviet Union out of the war with Japan. b) divide the defeated Germany into four sectors—American, British, French, and Soviet. c) rearm Germany as soon as possible. d) set up a world organization that would share knowledge of atomic weapons.
As World War II ended, a major disagreement between the United States and the Soviet Union involved
a) Soviet domination of Poland. b) the division of Latin America. c) the role of Britain in postwar Europe. d) the wording of the United Nations charter.
Which was an immediate result of the Truman Doctrine?
a) Congress approved $400 million to help Turkey and Greece resist Soviet influence. b) The state of Israel was founded. c) The Soviet Union took control over Yugoslavia. d) Congress established the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC).
The Berlin airlift began when
a) West Berliners began fleeing into East Berlin. b) the British and French had a dispute over German zone boundaries. c) the Soviets blocked Allied access to West Berlin. d) the Marshall Plan ended.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
a) free trade. b) collective security. c) appeasement. d) isolationism.
As a result of the Korean War, the United States succeeded in
a) keeping South Korea free of communism. b) unifying Korea under a democratic government. c) ending communism in Southeast Asia. d) pushing Chinese troops out of North Korea.
Both President Truman’s Federal Employee Loyalty Program and Senator Joseph McCarthy’s hearings aimed to
a) fight discrimination in government jobs. b) defend Americans’ civil liberties. c) reinvigorate the American economy. d) expose Communists in the United States.
At Yalta, Roosevelt and Churchill clashed with Stalin over his refusal to allow elections in
a) Poland. b) West Germany. c) Greece. d) Japan.
The Soviet Union wanted to rebuild after the war in ways that would
a) protect its own interests. b) establish a politically open world. c) provide markets for its products. d) prevent the United States from building an empire.
After the war, the Soviet Union quickly took control of
a) the Potsdam Conference. b) Germany and Japan. c) the United Nations. d) several Eastern European countries.
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