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Question 1 What policy was a result of the long telegram? Containment policy
Question 2 What was the purpose of Project Venona? Crack the Soviet spy code
Question 3 The State’s Rights Party formed for the 1948 election as a reaction to what? Truman’s support of civil rights
Question 4 To benefit from a cheaper labor pool, some businesses in the 1950s began to do what? Expand overseas
Question 5 Popular support for Joseph McCarthy began to fade when? Millions watched him bully witnesses in televised hearings investigating the Army
Question 6 U.N. troops in Korea were driven back across the 38 th parallel in an attack by what country? China
Question 7 What was the purpose of the Marshall Plan? Help Western Europe recover
Question 8 What did the leaders agree to at Yalta? Divide Germany among the 4 Allied powers
Question 9 African Americans who lived in urban centers in the 1950s often did what? Remained stuck in low-paying jobs
Question 10 Why did the Egyptians seize control of the Suez Canal? Use the canal’s profits to pay for the dam
Question 11 The Eisenhower Doctrine gave the President the authority to do what? Use armed force to help Middle East nations resist Communist aggression
Question 12 Where did the sounds of Rock n Roll come from? Rhythm and Blues
Question 13 NATO formed for the purpose of what? Mutual defense
Question 14 After WWII, labor unrest was triggered by what? Rising inflation
Question 15 In his book The Other America, Michael Harrington wrote about what? poverty
Question 16 Ethel & Julius Rosenberg were charged with what? Passing atomic secrets to the Soviets
Question 17 Many of the early television comedy shows were adapted from popular what? Radio shows
Question 18 What did the McCarran Act allow? The arrest of Communists in case of a national emergency
Question 19 When the U.S., Britain, and France merged their zones in Germany, the Soviet Union responded how? Blockading West Berlin
Question 20 After the launch of Sputnik in 1957, efforts began in the U.S. to do what? Improve math & science
Question 21 What did the Taft-Hartley Act do? Allowed right-to-work laws
Question 22 The Truman Doctrine resulted in what? Pledge to fight communism
Question 23 The development of the transistor made possible what? Miniaturization of radios
Question 24 President Truman ended the miners’ strike by ordering government seizure of the mines while pressuring mine owners to do what? Grant most union demands
Question 25 What epidemic brought a wave of terror to postwar America? Polio
Question 26 How did Joseph McCarthy create the media frenzy that began his witch hunt. Saying that he had a list of Communists employed by the State Department
Question 27 As a result of the GI Bill, many returning soldiers did what? Received low interest loans to buy suburban houses
Question 28 According to John Galbraith, postwar America had an “economy of abundance” because why? New business techniques &improved technology
Question 29 For many Americans, what did the suburbs symbolize? The American dream
Question 30 Why did Truman fire MacArthur? MacArthur demanded Truman’s approval to expand the war
Question 31 How did President Eisenhower describe his political beliefs? Middle of the road
Question 32 Eisenhower used the term “creeping socialism” to refer to what? Federal aid to businesses
Question 33 To prevent Communist revolutions in developing countries, Eisenhower used what? Covert Operations
Question 34 Truman’s first meeting with the Soviet Foreign Minister marked a shift in Soviet- American relations because why? Truman strongly confronted Molotov
Question 35 Truman said the Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan were essential for what? Containment
Question 36 What was the most popular T.V. show of the 1950s? I Love Lucy
Question 37 The government unwittingly encouraged residents of public housing to remain poor how? Evicting them as soon as they began to earn any money
Question 38 The federal government's termination policy was intended to do what? Bring Native Americans into mainstream society
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