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1 Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945–1985
Chapter 30 Cold War Conflicts and Social Transformations, 1945–1985

2 Question The liberalization of the Soviet Union was known as
neocolonialism. re-Stalinization. decolonization. de-Stalinization.

3 Answer The liberalization of the Soviet Union was known as
neocolonialism. re-Stalinization. decolonization. de-Stalinization. (correct) Hint: See page 996.

4 Question The 1968 revolt in France that threatened Charles de Gaulle’s government was started by industrial workers. the Communist party. university students. peasants.

5 Answer The 1968 revolt in France that threatened Charles de Gaulle’s government was started by industrial workers. the Communist party. university students. (correct) peasants. Hint: See page 1006.

6 Question Which of the following was NOT one of the “Big Three”?
Benito Mussolini Franklin Roosevelt Joseph Stalin Winston Churchill

7 Answer Which of the following was NOT one of the “Big Three”?
Benito Mussolini (correct) Franklin Roosevelt Joseph Stalin Winston Churchill Hint: See page 982.

8 Question Which of the following countries developed its own nuclear weapons and withdrew its forces from NATO? Belgium West Germany Italy France

9 Answer Which of the following countries developed its own nuclear weapons and withdrew its forces from NATO? Belgium West Germany Italy France (correct) Hint: See page 989.

10 Question The Final Act of the Helsinki Conference in 1975 was signed by all European nations EXCEPT Norway. Albania. Ukraine. Bosnia.

11 Answer The Final Act of the Helsinki Conference in 1975 was signed by all European nations EXCEPT Norway. Albania. (correct) Ukraine. Bosnia. Hint: See page 1008.

12 Question Economic aid to Europe after the war came through the
Vatican Accords. Yalta Agreement. Marshall Plan. Five-Year Plan.

13 Answer Economic aid to Europe after the war came through the
Vatican Accords. Yalta Agreement. Marshall Plan. (correct) Five-Year Plan. Hint: See page 984.

14 Question The only Eastern European communist country able to resist Soviet domination successfully was Poland. Yugoslavia. East Germany. Ukraine.

15 Answer The only Eastern European communist country able to resist Soviet domination successfully was Poland. Yugoslavia. (correct) East Germany. Ukraine. Hint: See page 996.

16 Question The United States experienced oil shocks in ________ and ________. 1971; 1976 1975; 1982 1973; 1979 1979; 1982

17 Answer The United States experienced oil shocks in ________ and ________. 1971; 1976 1975; 1982 1973; 1979 (correct) 1979; 1982 Hint: See pages 1010–1011.

18 Question The country that took the lead in Big Science after World War II was the Soviet Union. Germany. the United States. Britain.

19 Answer The country that took the lead in Big Science after World War II was the Soviet Union. Germany. the United States. (correct) Britain. Hint: See page 1000.

20 Question In Italy, the leading political party in the immediate postwar elections was the Communists. Catholic Centrists. Socialists. Christian Democrats.

21 Answer In Italy, the leading political party in the immediate postwar elections was the Communists. Catholic Centrists. Socialists. Christian Democrats. (correct) Hint: See page 987.


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