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UNIT 7 REVIEW QUESTIONS. What Do You Know? 1. The actions of Italy or Japan finally forced the U.S. into WWII? 2. Nationalism or Neutrality kept the U.S.

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2 What Do You Know? 1. The actions of Italy or Japan finally forced the U.S. into WWII? 2. Nationalism or Neutrality kept the U.S. out of WWI for three years? 3. To combat German U-boats, the U.S. used convoys or airplanes?

3 What Do You Know? 4. The Great Migration describes blacks moving to northern cities or the inflow of foreigners to American farms? 5. Fear and anti-immigrant feelings resulted in Immigrant Quota Act or Espionage Act? 6. George Creel or Eugene Debs was jailed under the Espionage and Sedition Acts?

4 What Do You Know? 7. President Wilsons Fourteen Points was intended to prevent future wars or intended to punish Germany? 8. The U.S. Senate rejected Wilsons League of Nations or secret treaties? 9. The Red Scare led to fear of civil rights activists or communists and socialists?

5 What Do You Know? 10. The U.S. declared war on Japan and Germany because Germany invaded Poland or Japan attacked Pearl Harbor? 11. Internment of Japanese, Germans, and Italians took place because Japan, Germany, and Italy were enemies or Japanese, Germans, and Italians took part in the attack on Pearl Harbor?

6 What Do You Know? 12. The lend-lease program helped the Allied Powers or helped the Axis Powers? 13. At the Battle of Midway the Soviet Union or Japan was defeated? 14. The turning point of WWII was the Battle of Iwo Jima or the Battle of the Bulge?

7 What Do You Know? 15. The U.S. invasion of Europe was called D- Day or VE-Day? 16. The fall of Berlin was significant because it marked the end of the war for U.S. or it marked the end of the war with Germany? 17. Civilians helped the war effort by rationing scarce items or conversion of industries such as the auto industry?

8 What Do You Know? 18. Los Alamos was the location for the development of the fighter plane or the atomic bomb? 19. Frederick Douglass or A. Philip Randolph planned a march on Washington to allow blacks to serve fairly in the military?

9 What Do You Know? 20. On D-Day the Allies attacked Normandy or Sicily? 21. Before this city fell Hitler committed suicide? Munich or Berlin? 22. The Manhattan Project was about curing German germ weapons or building the first atomic bomb?

10 What Do You Know? 23. Rosie the Riveter represented urban and suburban Americans who grew victory gardens or women who worked jobs so men could fight in WWII? 24. To control certain resources such as tires and food, the government used rationing or embargoes?

11 What Do You Know? 25. The primary purpose of the Marshall Plan was to setup a military alliance of anti- communist nations or aid the economic recovery of war-torn Europe? 26. The Marshall Plan was important because it secured allies for the U.S. or checked Soviet power in Cuba?

12 What Do You Know? 27. The Cuban Missile Crisis came to an end when the Soviets agreed to withdraw nuclear missiles from Cuba or CIA-backed rebels were defeated by Cuba? 28.The Gulf of Tonkin increased U.S. activity in Egypt or Vietnam?

13 What Do You Know? 29. The U.S. involved itself in Vietnam because the American people demanded it or they believed if Vietnam fell surrounding countries would fall? 30. The My Lai incident was a massacre of unarmed Vietnamese by U.S. troops or an anti- war protest on American college campuses?

14 What Do You Know? 31. The Truman Doctrine was a plan for peaceful use of atomic energy or the U.S. policy of offering aid to countries threatened by Communism? 32. The Cuban Revolution resulted in a communist government or increased trade with the U.S.?

15 What Do You Know? 33. U.S. policy towards communist in the 1950s was called containment or appeasement? 34. Members of the New Right would favor tax increases or higher defense spending?

16 What Do You Know? 35. The Tet offensive altered public opinion because the war seemed unwinnable or U.S. suffered heavy losses? 36. Reaganomics supporters believed in supporting business tax reduction or welfare training programs?

17 What Do You Know? 37. Violence erupted in Chicago in August 1968 because of protests against the ongoing war in Vietnam or the failure of the containment policy? 38. The most lasting effect of Watergate scandal was Democratic control of the White House or public cynicism about the government?

18 What Do You Know? 39. The only person to serve as President of the United States who was never elected president nor vice president was Richard Nixon or Gerald Ford? 40. The agreement Jimmy Carter brokered at Camp David was between Egypt and Israel or China and the Soviet Union?

19 What Do You Know? American hostages were held for 444 days in Iran or Saudi Arabia? 42. President Reagans involvement in weapons sales and funds to Nicaraguan rebels was known as Whitewater or Iran- Contra?

20 What Do You Know? 43. NAFTA trade agreement did not include Belize or Canada? 44. The first president to visit the Peoples Republic of China was Richard Nixon or Jimmy Carter? 45. Terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was the Oklahoma City bombing or September 11, 2001?

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