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Question 1 In committing American troops to combat in Korea, President Truman

Question 2 The House Un­American Activities Committee actually originated

Question 3 During the Eisenhower administration, American policy called for what in response to a Soviet attack?

Question 4 President Kennedy’s main strategy in dealing with the Cuban Missile Crisis was

Question 5 The United States and Soviet Union ended the Cuban Missile Crisis through diplomacy.

Question 6 The Cuban Missile Crisis began when

Question 7 What event made General Douglas MacArthur a national hero?

Question 8 Recently declassified documents reveal that Alger Hiss never spied for the Soviet Union.

Question 9 The Soviet Union’s use of troops to suppress an uprising in Hungary showed that

Question 10 What largely funded the increased enjoyment of consumer goods by Americans?

Question 11 The purpose of Richard M. Nixon’s so­called “Checkers speech” was primarily to

Question 12 Those who moved to suburbs after World War II increasingly depended on

Question 13 In situation comedies like Father Knows Best and Leave It to Beaver, American families were portrayed as

Question 14 What were Levittowns?

Question 15 Which domestic reform did NOT pass under the Truman administration?

Question 16 Rosa Parks had little affiliation with the Civil Rights Movement prior to the bus boycott.

Question 17 What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II?

Question 18 The success of films such as The Wild One and Rebel Without a Cause

Question 19 What U.S. plan provided economic assistance to Western European countries in the late 1940s and early 1950s?

Question 20 How did the United States respond to the Soviet blockade of West Berlin in 1948?

Question 21 Which of the following statements concerning television is not true?

Question 22 What was the Alger Hiss case about?

Question 23 When the Korean War started in 1950, South Korea’s air force was more advanced than North Korea’s.

Question 24 While fighter plane combat receives a lot of attention, what part of the Korean air war does Captain Rob Ritchie believe deserves more historical attention?

Question 25 Which statement best describes how well the American pilots performed in the Korean War?

 

Question 1

Why did the Bay of Pigs operation hurt the credibility of President Kennedy?

Question 2

In committing American troops to combat in Korea, President Truman

Question 3

Despite public dissatisfaction over rampant inflation in the United States, Truman’s image as a leader in 1948 was bolstered by

Question 4

One of HUAC’s major targets was the film industry, most likely because

Question 5

Which of the following countries did NOT benefit from the Marshall Plan?

Question 6

The main purpose of the Truman Doctrine was to

Question 7

Because they were inexpensive to construct, fallout shelters built by American families were prevalent across the nation in the 1950s.

Question 8

How did the American public react to news of the Chinese Revolution?

Question 9

The analysis in the “long telegram” sent by diplomat George F. Kennan became the basis for

Question 10

What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II?

Question 11

In using state troops to block the Little Rock Nine from entering Central High School, Governor Orval Faubus believed

Question 12

By 1960, what percent of Americans were classified as middle class?

Question 13

In the first few years after World War II

Question 14

The majority of Americans contested the ideals put forth by television shows such as

Father Knows Best in the 1950s.

Selected Answer: False

Question 15

The purpose of Richard M. Nixon’s so‑called “Checkers speech” was primarily to

Question 16

Because she refused to yield her seat to a white man, Rosa Parks was dragged from a Montgomery city bus and beaten.

Question 17

In his book The City in History, what did Lewis Mumford say was troubling about suburban life?

Question 18

Who worked with Jim Lawson to encourage students to form their own civil rights organization?

Question 19

Church membership declined in the 1950s.

Question 20

Roughly 60% of Americans were in the middle class by 1950.

Question 21

What did Joseph McCarthy argue in 1950?

Question 22

How many tons of supplies did the allies provide to West Berliners during the Soviet blockade?

Question 23

While fighter plane combat receives a lot of attention, what part of the Korean air war does Captain Rob Ritchie believe deserves more historical attention?

Question 24

Which of the following fighter planes in the Korean War was the smallest and most nimble?

Question 25

When the Korean War started in 1950, South Korea’s air force was more advanced than North Korea’s.

 

1.After President John F. Kennedy declared his intention of the United States to remain in the city of Berlin: 

2.After the Korean war

3.although sputnik was only the size of a basketball and weighed 183lbs it was a grand technological feat

4.The analysis in the long telegram sent by diplomat George Kennan became the basis for

5.As can be seen in this image, what did Dwight D Eisenhower seem to represent to Americans beleaguered by the cold war

6.Because they were inexpensive to construct, fallout shelters bulty by American families were prevalent across the nation in the 1950s

7.Cartoons such as this one were intended to teach children to

8.The Cuban missile crisis began when

9.Eleanor Roosevelt was more suspicious of the HUCA than was famed film director elia kazan

10.Elia Kazan believed that the real culprits were not those who collaborated with the HUAC but rather those who held the soviet union blameless for its crimes

11.For what reason did many in Hollywood refuse to forgive film director Elia Kazan

12.How did President Eisenhower decide to handle Joseph McCarthy

13.How would Americans most likely have viewed this photograph during the cold war

14.In committing American troops to combat in Korea, president Truman

15.In what sense was the soviet view of the Marshall plan portrayed in this cartoon accurate

16.The Japanese film Godzilla was critical of

17.Julius and ethel rosenbery

18.Kim II-Sung secured reluctant support from china and the soviet union for its invasion of south korea

19.the main purpose of the Truman doctrine was to

20.National security council report 68 argued that

21.President Eisenhower had the interstate highway system constructed for what purpose

22.president Kennedys main strategy in dealing with the Cuban missile crisis was

23.Protesters such as this young man urged the U.S government to

24.Soviet leader Josef Stalin vilified the Marshall Plan as a capitalist ploy to create subordinate countries in eastern europe

25.Soviet radar could detect the u-2 stealth plane but it flew faster than soviet fighter pilots or antiaircraft missiles

26.The soviet Union's use of troops to suppress an uprising in Hungary showed that

27.This political cartoon portrays the Marshall plan as

28.The ultimate judge of the movie industry, according to Eleanor Roosevelt, should be the federal government

29.The united states ended the Cuban missile crisis through diplomacy and the threat of nuclear weapons

30.Unlike the first red scare, the second red scare

31.The U.S. government intentionally concealed from the public its construction of numerous fallout centers to house the president, his cabinet, and other government officials

32.What did president Truman believe regarding north Korea's invasion of south Korea

33.What does this image of the western side of the berlin wall reveal about the residents of west berlin

34.What was a major impact of the Alger hiss case

35.What was Josef Stalin's primary objective in the post war era

36.Which argument is not used by critics of president Kennedy's methods of handling the Cuban missile crisis

37.Which event did not occur during the presidency of harry Truman

38.Which of the following best describes the limited test ban treaty

39.Which of the following caused congress to consider impeaching president truman

40.Which of the following was not a major source of contention between the soviet union and the united states

 

1.The 1944 GI bill of rights offered returning veterans

2.All of the following were true of Rosa Parks EXCEPT that she

3.The amenities enjoyed by middle-class Americans after the war were paid for almost entirely by rising wages and salaries

4.As the Montgomery Bus Boycott drew on for a year, boycotters

5.Based on one of the chapter online lectures. One economic change of the 1950s was that companies got smaller

6.The Beat poet who portrayed the lives of those who lived beyond the mainstream of American life was.

7.Because she refused to yield her seat to a white man, Rosa Parks was dragged from a Montgomery city bus and beaten

8.The charismatic leader of the Montgomery Bus Boycott was

9.Civil rights reforms enacted by the Truman administration included

10.The constitutionality of segregated public schools was successfully challenged by the

11.demonstrators did not demand complete desegregation when the Montgomery bus boycott began

12.Elvis Presley's swiveling hips were deemed immoral by many American parents in the 1950s

13.he writings of Jack Kerouac.

14.Historian Lewis Mumford embraced William Levitt's industry and ingenuity

15.How did former Vice President Henry Wallace differ from the Truman administration

16.How did the experience of many black riders on Montgomery city buses after integration contrast with the ride portrayed in this image

17.How does the Civil Rights Movement challenge common notions about the postwar era

18.In 1946, the republican party

19.In 1960, a spontaneous decision by four black college students in Greensboro, South Carolina initiated a national movement involving.

20.In Brown vs. Board of Education, the Supreme Court ruled that

21.The increased enjoyment of consumer goods by Americans was largely funded by

22.In his book The City in History, what did Lewis Mumford say was troubling about suburban life

23.In his book The Levittowners, Herbert J. Gans maintained that suburbanites were

24.In the 1948 presidential election, which party was made up of conservative southern democrats

25.In the first few years after WW2

26.In using state troops to block the little rock nine from entering central high school, governor orval faubus believed

27.In what way does this work represent the break that Abstract Expressionism made form the art that prevailed in the 1930s

28.Little Rock high school student Elizabeth Eckford was saved from an angry mob by a helpful white woman

29.A major factor in John F. Kennedy's victory in the presidential election of 1960 was

30.Many social critics like C. Wright Mills believe that, like the suburbs, white collar jobs

31.Martin Luther King Jr. was a co-founder of the

32.Martin Luther King, Jr. was the co-founder of the

33.The Montgomery Bus Boycott ended when

34.Only a small fraction of Truman's Fair Deal proposals became law

35.President Truman lost the support of Southern Democrats because of his views on civil rights

36.The purpose of Richard M. Nixon's so-called "Checkers speech" was primarily to

37.Recorded in 1955, the first rock-and-roll song was

38.Rosa Parks had little affiliation with the Civil Rights Movement prior to the bus boycott

39.Sociologist Herbert J Gans saw suburbanites as more tolerant than previous generations

40.the success of films such as the wild one and rebel without a cause

41.The Taft-Hartley Act

42.The taft-Hartley act could best be described as

43.The television show American Bandstand was popularized by

44.What earlier ruling was overturned by brown V board of education

45.What made Emmett Till's murder different from precious racist killings

46.What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II

47.What was the Fair Deal

48.What were Levittowns

49.When ordered to give her seat to a white passenger on Montgomery, Alabama city bus, Rosa Parks chose to

50.When the Arkansas governor resisted the Supreme Court-mandated integration of public schools, President Eisenhower

51.Which BEST describes the relation between New Deal legislation and labor

52.Which domestic reform did NOT pass under the Truman administration

54.Which example BEST shows that young people in the fifties were neither merely frivolous nor entirely disaffected

56.Which of the following was a candidate who opposed Truman in the 1948 presidential election

57.Who led the legal team that argued on behalf of Brown in Brown V Board of education

58.Those who moved to suburbs after WW2 increasingly depended on

59.Who was twice defeated by Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential elections

60.Who worked with Jim Lawson to encourage students to form their own civil rights organization

61.Why did Republicans attack the Fair Deal as socialist

 

Effects of the Soviet Union's launching of Sputnik included which of the following?

During the Eisenhower administration, official American policy for a Soviet attack on western Europe called for:

The main purpose of the Truman Doctrine was to:

Based on one of the chapter online lectures. The German holocaust plans were based on Operation Reinhard.

Unlike the First Red Scare, the Second Red Scare

Which of the following countries did NOT benefit from the Marshall Plan?

Which of the following best describes the Limited Test Ban Treaty?

What event made General Douglas MacArthur a national hero?

During the Eisenhower administration, American policy called for what in response to a Soviet attack?

What led Truman to authorize the development of a superbomb?

One of HUAC's major targets was the film industry, most likely because

Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

President Eisenhower had the interstate highway system constructed for what purpose?

Which of the following best characterizes the federal employee loyalty program created in 1947?

The Japanese film Godzilla was critical of

General MacArthur's statement that "there is no substitute for victory" signified

Which of the following best characterizes the group of screenwriters known as the Hollywood Ten?

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization

In committing American troops to combat in Korea, President Truman

What was Josef Stalin's primary objective in the postwar era?

The main purpose of the Truman Doctrine was to:

President Truman put pressure on the Soviet Union to honor its pledge to hold free elections in Eastern Europe by

After President John F. Kennedy declared his intention for the United States to remain in the city of Berlin,

What did President Truman believe regarding North Korea's invasion of South Korea?

Stalin established a buffer between Germany and the Soviet Union by

What was a major impact of the Alger Hiss case?

After the Korean War,

For what reason did many in Hollywood refuse to forgive film director Elia Kazan?

The term iron curtain referred to

Which of the following caused Congress to consider impeaching President Truman?

The analysis in the "long telegram" sent by diplomat George F. Kennan became the basis for

The United States and other Western nations responded to the Soviet Union's blockade of West Berlin by

How did intelligence gathered by the U-2 spy plane reassure the United States by the end of 1959?

Which argument is NOT used by critics of President Kennedy's methods of handling the Cuban Missile Crisis?

The Soviet Union's use of troops to suppress an uprising in Hungary showed that

For what purpose did some Americans build fallout shelters?

Which event did NOT occur during the presidency of Harry Truman?

In the novel 1984, author George Orwell compared totalitarianism to

Why did the Bay of Pigs operation hurt the credibility of President Kennedy?

The Cuban Missile Crisis began when

 

In Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court ruled that:

The Taft-Hartley Act:

Martin Luther King, Jr. was the co-founder of the:

Based on one of the chapter online lectures. One economic change of the 1950s was that companies got smaller. 

Southerners such as third-party presidential candidate Strom Thurmond left the Democratic Party because of their

The increased enjoyment of consumer goods by Americans was largely funded by

Civil rights reforms enacted by the Truman administration included

Who worked with Jim Lawson to encourage students to form their own civil rights organization?

The Taft-Hartley Act could BEST be described as

What earlier ruling was overturned by Brown v. Board of Education?

Which example BEST shows that young people in the fifties were neither merely frivolous nor entirely disaffected?

As the Montgomery Bus Boycott drew on for a year, boycotters

What made Emmett Till's murder different from previous racist killings?

Many social critics like C. Wright Mills believed that, like the suburbs, white-collar jobs

What were Levittowns?

The constitutionality of segregated public schools was successfully challenged by the

What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II?

The success of films such as The Wild One and Rebel Without a Cause

In the first few years after World War II

Those who moved to suburbs after World War II increasingly depended on

The 1944 GI Bill of Rights offered returning veterans

In situation comedies like Father Knows Best and Leave It to Beaver, American families were portrayed as

Which of the following was a candidate who opposed Truman in the 1948 presidential election?

Who was twice defeated by Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential elections?

Who led the legal team that argued on behalf of Brown in Brown v. Board of Education?

Recorded in 1955, the first rock-and-roll song was

The charismatic leader of the Montgomery Bus Boycott was

The Beat poet who portrayed the lives of those who lived beyond the mainstream of American life was

In 1946, the Republican Party

In 1960, a spontaneous decision by four black college students in Greensboro, South Carolina initiated a national movement involving

How did former Vice President Henry Wallace differ from the Truman administration?

In the 1948 presidential election, which party was made up of conservative Southern Democrats?

Which domestic reform did NOT pass under the Truman administration?

A major factor in John F. Kennedy's victory in the presidential election of 1960 was

In his book The City in History, what did Lewis Mumford say was troubling about suburban life?

In his book The Levittowners, Herbert J. Gans maintained that suburbanites were

How does the Civil Rights Movement challenge common notions about the postwar era?

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Liberty University HIUS 222 content quiz 6 complete solutions correct answers key More than 5 different versions Question 1 In committing American troops to combat in Korea, President Truman Question 2 The House Un¬American Activities Committee actually originated Question 3 During the Eisenhower administration, American policy called for what in response to a Soviet attack? Question 4 President Kennedy’s main strategy in dealing with the Cuban Missile Crisis was Question 5 The United States and Soviet Union ended the Cuban Missile Crisis through diplomacy. Question 6 The Cuban Missile Crisis began when Question 7 What event made General Douglas MacArthur a national hero? Question 8 Recently declassified documents reveal that Alger Hiss never spied for the Soviet Union. Question 9 The Soviet Union’s use of troops to suppress an uprising in Hungary showed that Question 10 What largely funded the increased enjoyment of consumer goods by Americans? Question 11 The purpose of Richard M. Nixon’s so¬called “Checkers speech” was primarily to Question 12 Those who moved to suburbs after World War II increasingly depended on Question 13 In situation comedies like Father Knows Best and Leave It to Beaver, American families were portrayed as Question 14 What were Levittowns? Question 15 Which domestic reform did NOT pass under the Truman administration? Question 16 Rosa Parks had little affiliation with the Civil Rights Movement prior to the bus boycott. Question 17 What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II? Question 18 The success of films such as The Wild One and Rebel Without a Cause Question 19 What U.S. plan provided economic assistance to Western European countries in the late 1940s and early 1950s? Question 20 How did the United States respond to the Soviet blockade of West Berlin in 1948? Question 21 Which of the following statements concerning television is not true? Question 22 What was the Alger Hiss case about? Question 23 When the Korean War started in 1950, South Korea’s air force was more advanced than North Korea’s. Question 24 While fighter plane combat receives a lot of attention, what part of the Korean air war does Captain Rob Ritchie believe deserves more historical attention? Question 25 Which statement best describes how well the American pilots performed in the Korean War? Question 1 Why did the Bay of Pigs operation hurt the credibility of President Kennedy? Question 2 In committing American troops to combat in Korea, President Truman Question 3 Despite public dissatisfaction over rampant inflation in the United States, Truman’s image as a leader in 1948 was bolstered by Question 4 One of HUAC’s major targets was the film industry, most likely because Question 5 Which of the following countries did NOT benefit from the Marshall Plan? Question 6 The main purpose of the Truman Doctrine was to Question 7 Because they were inexpensive to construct, fallout shelters built by American families were prevalent across the nation in the 1950s. Question 8 How did the American public react to news of the Chinese Revolution? Question 9 The analysis in the “long telegram” sent by diplomat George F. Kennan became the basis for Question 10 What most likely accounted for the diminishing public support of strikes after World War II? Question 11 In using state troops to block the Little Rock Nine from entering Central High School, Governor Orval Faubus believed Question 12 By 1960, what percent of Americans were classified as middle class? Question 13 In the first few years after World War II Question 14 The majority of Americans contested the ideals put forth by television shows such as Father Knows Best in the 1950s. Selected Answer: False Question 15 The purpose of Richard M. Nixon’s so‑called “Checkers speech” was primarily to Question 16 Because she refused to yield her seat to a white man, Rosa Parks was dragged from a Montgomery city bus and beaten. Question 17 In his book The City in History, what did Lewis Mumford say was troubling about suburban life? Question 18 Who worked with Jim Lawson to encourage students to form their own civil rights organization? Question 19 Church membership declined in the 1950s. Question 20 Roughly 60% of Americans were in the middle class by 1950. Question 21 What did Joseph McCarthy argue in 1950? Question 22 How many tons of supplies did the allies provide to West Berliners during the Soviet blockade? Question 23 While fighter plane combat receives a lot of attention, what part of the Korean air war does Captain Rob Ritchie believe deserves more historical ...
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