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What did the United States fear would happen if it did not get involved in Vietnam?
a) Diem would be assassinated.
b) The French would be in control.
c) Vietnam would invade China.
d) Communists would take over.

People who opposed fighting the war on moral or religious grounds were known as
a) freedom fighters.
b) men of honor.
c) conscientious objectors.
d) Viet Cong.

The Vietnam War finally ended in 1975 when
a) North Vietnam surrendered.
b) U.S. forces invaded Cambodia.
c) Nixon signed a peace treaty with North Vietnam.
d) North Vietnam gained control over all of Vietnam.

Some Americans questioned the fairness of the draft because
a) the government refused to draft African Americans.
b) only men between the ages of 18 and 26 were drafted.
c) college students could easily avoid the draft.
d) women were drafted along with men.

In the United States, television was instrumental in
a) promoting understanding between Americans and the Vietnamese.
b) developing enthusiasm for the American war effort in Vietnam.
c) bringing the brutality of the war into people’s living rooms.
d) revealing the contents of classified military documents.

Civilians in both North Vietnam and South Vietnam had to suffer the effects of American efforts to destroy roads and bridges through
a) Vietnamization.
b) guerrilla warfare.
c) saturation bombing.
d) sniper fire.

Escalation of the war in Vietnam began with the
a) My Lai massacre.
b) passage of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.
c) formation of the Viet Cong.
d) publication of the Pentagon Papers.

American soldiers fighting in Vietnam had to cope with
a) lack of training.
b) tropical infections and booby traps.
c) a lack of sophisticated equipment.
d) working side by side with Communists.

What congressional action gave President Johnson the authority to escalate the Vietnam War?
a) the Pentagon Papers
b) the Geneva Conference decision
c) the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
d) a Joint Chiefs of Staff finding

President Kennedy’s policy in Vietnam was to
a) send 100,000 troops to South Vietnam.
b) increase the number of American military advisors.
c) gain the loyalty of the Viet Cong.
d) support the efforts of Ho Chi Minh.

Which of the following conditions did Americans fighting in Vietnam experience?
a) an enemy with more advanced weapons
b) unqualified support from the home front
c) sniper fire and land mines
d) harsh cold

What was the primary focus of the protest movement of the 1960s?
a) to ban the use of Agent Orange
b) to demand U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam
c) to end segregation of the military
d) to build support for the draft

Tensions between students who opposed the war and National Guardsmen resulted in four deaths at
a) Kent State.
b) “Ole Miss.”
c) James Madison University.
d) Ohio State.

In 1970, President Nixon announced that American forces would invade which country?
a) China.
b) Laos.
c) South Vietnam.
d) Cambodia.

How did the Vietnam War finally end in 1975?
a) with the defeat of North Vietnam
b) with the South Vietnamese takeover of Hanoi
c) with North Vietnam gaining control of all of Vietnam
d) with control of all of Vietnam being returned to France

Why did South Vietnamese military leaders overthrow Diem?
a) He had joined the Communists.
b) He had lost American support.
c) He had tried to flee Saigon.
d) He had converted to Buddhism.

What was President Johnson’s objective in Vietnam?
a) to unite the country
b) to promote democracy in South Vietnam
c) to advise the South Vietnamese
d) to prevent a Communist takeover

What did Congress do after the North Vietnamese attack in the Gulf of Tonkin?
a) declared war on North Vietnam
b) gave Johnson control over American actions in Vietnam
c) voted to withdraw from Vietnam as quickly as possible
d) took complete responsibility for the conflict in Vietnam

What principle, described by President Eisenhower, became associated with American involvement in Southeast Asia?
a) containment
b) dividing Vietnam
c) the domino theory
d) strengthening South Vietnam

American soldiers were confused to discover that many South Vietnamese people
a) spoke French.
b) worked at farming and fishing.
c) had fled to Laos and Cambodia.
d) did not appreciate their efforts.

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