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During the election of 1968, the issues dividing the country
a) also caused a split in the Democratic Party.
b) united various factions in the Democratic Party.
c) had little effect on the outcome of the election.
d) none of the above

Many young men resisted the military draft by
a) joining the army.
b) joining SDS.
c) going to Canada.
d) engaging in protest demonstrations.

Most people who refused to be drafted in the early 1960s were
a) beatniks.
b) conscientious objectors.
c) professors.
d) leaders of the free speech movement.

Many young people in the 1960s had freedom and opportunities unknown to previous generations, thanks to
a) postwar prosperity.
b) the baby boom.
c) the Vietnam War.
d) rock-and-roll music.

The death toll at My Lai might have been even greater but for
a) a lack of ammunition.
b) the heroics of an American helicopter crew.
c) a sudden, drenching downpour.
d) the arrival of Viet Cong reinforcements.

Herbicides such as Agent Orange were used mainly to
a) “firebomb” civilian targets.
b) smash roads and heavy bridges.
c) expose Viet Cong hiding places.
d) frighten peasants.

In fighting the North Vietnamese, United States forces used
a) saturation bombing.
b) animal snares and punji stakes.
c) guerrilla tactics.
d) germ warfare.

One advantage the Viet Cong guerrillas had was their
a) sophisticated weapons.
b) elaborate tunnel systems.
c) truck convoys.
d) chemical weapons.

Fighting conditions for American soldiers included
a) a dry, windswept environment.
b) the constant threat of bombing by B-52s.
c) the constant hazard of booby traps.
d) endless head-on clashes with enemy troops.

The winner of the 1968 election was
a) Democrat Eugene McCarthy.
b) Republican Richard Nixon.
c) Independent George Wallace.
d) Democrat Hubert Humphrey.

What was the status of the Vietnam War by the end of Johnson’s presidency?
a) Violence and conflict had escalated.
b) Bombing was reduced and calls for peace negotions began.
c) There was a stalemate, with no resolution in sight.
d) The South Vietnamese were winning and called for the North to surrender.

Which of the following was not part of the peace treaty signed in 1973?
a) The seventeenth parallel would continue to divide North and South Vietnam.
b) All prisoners of war would be released.
c) Elections to unify the country would be held within 60 days.
d) The United States would withdraw from South Vietnam.

What did North Vietnam do after the last Americans fled Saigon?
a) attacked Hanoi
b) signed the Paris peace agreement
c) bombed Cambodia
d) completed its conquest of South Vietnam

What was one legacy of the Vietnam War?
a) democracy for Laos and Cambodia
b) a flood of refugees from Southeast Asia
c) Communist rule of Southeast Asia
d) a more powerful American President

What was one reason for the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial?
a) to honor Asian Americans
b) to celebrate the end of communism in Vietnam
c) to honor the women who served
d) to help heal the wounds created by the war

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