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The Long March, led by Mao Zedong, MOST LIKELY led to the rise of the;
a) Nazi party in Germany
b) start of the Korean War
c) Communist party in China
d) Viet-Minh independence movement

Under the leadership of Mao Zedong, communism flourished in what country?
a) China
b) North Korea
c) Vietnam
d) The Soviet Union

Which word best describes the U.S. policy towards communism in the 1950s and 1960s?
a) appeasement
b) containment
c) elimination
d) indifference

Prior to 1948, North and South Vietnam were a part of;
a) China
b) French Indochina
c) The United States
d) The British Empire

Student protesters were attacked by Chinese troops and many were killed or arrested here in 1989:
a) Red Square
b) World Trade Center
c) Tiananmen Square
d) 38th Parallel

What was the period of time called when Mao Zedong tried to eliminate anyone that criticized the government?
a) The Great Leap Forward
b) Cultural Revolution
c) The Middle Way
d) The Long March

This program was designed to make farming more productive in China:
a) The Great Leap Forward
b) The Cultural Revolution
c) The Middle Way
d) The Long March

Who established the People’s Republic of China in 1949?
a) Ho Chi Minh
b) Kim Sung Il
c) Mao Zedong
d) Mohandas Gandhi

Today, this country has a communist North and a democratic South:
a) Germany
b) Vietnam
c) Korea
d) China

The US intervened in Korea and Vietnam to stop the spread of:
a) Dictatorships
b) Genocide
c) Weapons of mass destruction
d) Communism

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