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One task of Peace Corps volunteers in poor areas was to
a) organize rebel groups. b) teach children American customs. c) distribute money. d) raise the standard of living.
Johnson sent marines into the Dominican Republic in 1965 in order to
a) protect American citizens. b) seize control of the government. c) support the rebel army. d) oversee democratic elections.
Kennedy believed that he could encourage stability in Latin America by
a) promoting economic development. b) cooperating with Communist governments. c) supporting popular revolutions. d) ending social-reform programs.
The Soviets provoked Kennedy to quarantine Cuba by
a) signing the Limited Test Ban Treaty. b) making a public ultimatum about Cuba. c) positioning missiles on Cuban soil. d) attacking American bases in Turkey.
The Soviets built the Berlin Wall in order to prevent
a) an American invasion. b) Kennedy from building up American defenses. c) the division of Berlin. d) East Germans from fleeing to the West.
The United States supported the Bay of Pigs invasion by
a) sending 1,500 marines into Cuba. b) attempting to destroy Cuba’s air power. c) bombing Havana. d) providing air cover for the invading soldiers.
. In Baker v. Carr, the Court declared that congressional districts had to be apportioned on the basis of
a) one person, one vote. b) the desires of the party in power. c) long-standing practice. d) a loose construction of the Constitution.
All of the following were goals of Great Society programs except
a) aid to public education. b) political reform. c) medical care for older Americans. d) the elimination of poverty.
The Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren ruled that
a) obscenity laws could be more restrictive. b) prayer in public schools was constitutional. c) evidence seized illegally could not be used in a trial. d) an accused individual had no right to a free attorney.
Johnson’s landslide victory in 1964 came about in part because of
a) the continuing recession. b) his opponent’s radical views. c) a Supreme Court ruling. d) the Vietnam situation.
As a senator, Lyndon Johnson was famed for his ability to
a) speak for hours at a time. b) respond to the demands of big business. c) write legislation. d) accomplish his political goals.
Kennedy had a rather weak domestic record largely because he lacked
a) optimism. b) bold ideas. c) the support of NASA. d) the support of Congress.
President Kennedy proposed to end the continuing recession by
a) raising taxes. b) cutting taxes. c) controlling inflation. d) fixing prices.
The New Frontier proposals addressed all of the following except
a) the environment. b) the economy. c) poverty. d) the space program.
One obstacle Kennedy faced in his quest for the presidency was his
a) wife. b) health. c) age. d) wealth.
Kennedy won the presidential election of 1960 by
a) a landslide. b) a comfortable margin. c) a narrow margin. d) an error in counting the votes.
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