5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Flexible Response
- Eisenhower Doctrine
- Civil Rights Act 1964
- Tydings-McDuffie Act
- Panay Incident
- a aka Philippine Independence Act. 10-year transitional period, United States would keep military forces in the Philippines etc.
- b (1957) The Marshall Plan for the Middle East. US pledges military and economic aid to the Middle East threatened by communist aggression. Turns out that Nationalism among those nations is the bigger problem (as we see now).
- c 1937 Japanese bomb US gunboat while on Chinese river. Public outrage, japan apologizes +pays.
- d Banned racial discrimination in most private facilities open to public (theaters, hospitals, etc). Strengthened gov't's ability to end segregation. Created Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
- e Rather than relying on a limited number of responses in case of military response, Kennedy broadened his choices of retaliation. This was seen most clearly in the establishment of the Green Brigadier and Strategic Air Command which could be deployed on command. The whole concept of Flexible response was a modification of massive retaliation, creating a plan for effective action.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Secretary of State for Eisenhower, and was major advocator in the fight against communism. He pushed for the US intervention in Vietnam. Guatemala coup d'état mastermind.
- all communist groups have to register in the US
- WWII largest amphibious assault in the Pacific War. high casualties, one of later battles on war
- January 1943 conference between FDR and Churchill that produces Unconditional Surrender doctrine WW11
5 True/False questions
Malcolm X → North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Created among nations of the North Atlantic (US, Canada, Italy, Portugal, etc). Created to have united defense against anyone who tries to attack anyone within that thing.
Cash and Carry → policy adopted by the United States in 1939 to preserve neutrality while aiding the Allies. Britain and France could buy goods from the United States if they paid in full and transported them.
Sit-ins → Demanding service at whites-only place. Make a statement w/ large #s.
Manhattan Project → This concept held that Russia was relentlessly expansionary. The US primarily used this to contain Communism. Its policy was to stop what it called the domino effect of nations moving politically towards Soviet Union-based communism
Watts/Detroit Riots → Violent Black separatist movements who thought Martin L.K.'s solution of civil disobedience to be too passive and slow. Influenced by Malcolm X, Black Panthers, etc. who felt violence was the only way to regain rights, and moreover, Blacks were better than whites.