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5 Aftermath of WWII U.S. Foreign Policy Rationales for Foreign Policies Cold War at Home Reactions to the Cold War at Home

6 What was one result of World War II? (1) The arms race ended. (2) The Cold War ended. (3) Communism was eliminated. (4) Two superpowers emerged. A 100

7 (4) Two superpowers emerged. A 100

8 The change in the nation’s attitude toward membership in the League of Nations and membership in the United Nations shows the contrast between (1) neutrality and containment (2) appeasement and internationalism (3) isolationism and involvement (4) interventionism and détente A 200

9 (3) isolationism and involvement A 200

10 What was the primary purpose for the creation of the United Nations? A 300

11 To promote peace through international agreements and prevent conflicts and disagreements from turning into wars. A 300

12 How did United States foreign policy change following World War II? A 400

13 The United States became more involved in world affairs. A 400

14 What was a primary goal of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin when they met at the Yalta Conference in 1945? A 500

15 It was to settle the major wartime issues of the Allied powers, such as how to punish Germany, Italy, and Japan, as well who would occupy the various conquered regions. A 500

16 The Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) were all part of the foreign policy of (1) isolationism (2) détente (3) colonialism (4) containment B 100

17 (4) containment B 100

18 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

19 In the period following World War II, why did the United States establish a long-term military presence in West Germany? B 200

20 They wanted to stop communist expansion in Europe. B 200

21 What event of is illustrated by the cartoon below? B 300

22 The Berlin Airlift B 300

23 What action was taken by the United States government to help Europe’s economic recovery and promote stability after World War II? B 400

24 The Untied States created the Marshall Plan to help Europe’s economy recover and stabilize. B 400

25 What did President Harry Truman pledge in the Truman Doctrine? B 500

26 He pledged economic support for Greece in its fight against communist aggression. B 500

27 The major reason the United States became involved in the Korean War was the (1) threat of communism spreading throughout Asia (2) need to prevent war between China and the Soviet Union (3) demand by the United States for Korean natural resources (4) desire to limit Japanese expansion C 100

28 (1) threat of communism spreading throughout Asia C 100

29 Which foreign policy decision by President Harry Truman is an example of the policy of containment? (1) relieving General MacArthur of his Korean command (2) recognizing the new nation of Israel (3) supporting the trials of war criminals in Germany and Japan (4) providing military aid to Greece and Turkey C 200

30 (4) providing military aid to Greece and Turkey C 200

31 What was the rationale of President Harry Truman when he developed the Marshall Plan and the formed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)? C 300

32 He wanted to limit the spread of communism. C 300

33 What was the primary reason for the formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1949? C 400

34 The primary reason was to protect Western Europe from the Soviet Union and communist expansion. C 400

35 What organization did the United States join and commit to with a Cold War policy of mutual defense? C 500

36 We joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and committed to a Cold War policy of mutual defense and collective security. C 500

37 What civil liberty was most seriously threatened during the early period of the Cold War in the United States? D 100

38 Freedom of speech D 100

39 What group was the main target of the Palmer Raids of and the McCarthy hearings of the 1950s? D 200

40 communists D 200

41 President Harry Truman’s order requiring loyalty checks and the Senate hearings led by Joseph McCarthy were both responses to (1) excessive spending by the armed forces after World War II (2) racial discrimination against African Americans (3) fear of communist influence in government (4) control of labor unions by known criminals D 300

42 (3) fear of communist influence in government D 300

43 Controversies involving Alger Hiss and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg reflected what post-World War II concern? D 400

44 We were concerned with spying by communists in the United States. D 400

45 How were the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti in the 1920s similar to the trial of the Rosenberg’s in the 1950s? D 500

46 Both were similar because of the strong nativist fears of foreign influence in the United States. D 500

47 One result of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was that the two nations (1) broke all diplomatic ties (2) refused to trade with each other (3) formed competing military alliances (4) clashed over control of the Mediterranean Sea E 100

48 (3) formed competing military alliances E 100

49 What does this photograph indicate about the United States in the 1950s? E 200

50 Much fear was created by the Cold War. E 200

51 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

52 What factor is most clearly associated with McCarthyism? E 300

53 The fear of communist influence in United States society and government. E 300

54 Most opponents of the Senate hearings led by Senator Joseph McCarthy during the 1950s argued that these investigations (1) weakened the armed forces of the nation (2) violated the constitutional rights of many people (3) undermined the powers of the president (4) encouraged the spread of communism E 400

55 (2) violated the constitutional rights of many people E 400

56 Since the 1950s, how has the term McCarthyism been applied to other related events? E 500

57 It is applied when there are reckless accusations unsupported by evidence. E 500

58 F 100 W (1) (2) (3) (4)

59 F 100 (2)

60 F 200 T (1) (2) (3) (4)

61 (3) F 200

62 P (1) (2) (3) (4) F 300

63 (3) F 300

64 T (1) (2) (3) (4) F 400

65 (4) F 400

66 T (1) (2) (3) (4) F 500

67 (1) F 500

68 The Final Jeopardy Category is: The Korean War Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

69 Why did President Harry Truman remove General Douglas MacArthur from command during the Korean War? Click on screen to continue

70 President Harry Truman removed General Douglas MacArthur from command in the Korean War because he threatened the constitutional principle of civilian control of the military. Click on screen to continue

71 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT


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