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  1. Social Security Act
  2. Results of the Vietnam War
  3. Civil Rights Act of 1964
  4. Reasons the Feminist Movement fragmented
  5. Korean War
  1. a Was the US attempt to contain communism. North Korea (communist) invaded South Korea (not communist). The US came to South Korea's aid. The war ended in a stalemate (no victor). Korea remained divided at the 38th parallel; North Korea remained communist and South Korea remained democratic.
  2. b Law passed in 1935 that provides retirement pensions, unemployment insurance, and payments to people with disabilities and to widows and children of male workers who had died.
  3. c Ban of discrimination in employment on basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin, enforced school desegregation, and equal voting rights.
  4. d Communism spread throughout Vietnam soon after the United States pulled out when the North Vietnamese government overran the South Vietnamese government.
  5. e This movement served for wealthy white women rather than the non-white and working class. This movement offended many middle class women. It initially united all women but broke up over time. Because of the differing views within the movement, the movement did NOT encourage women to become whatever they wanted. It focused on creating quality and came about through women's involvement in other movements.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The amphibious invasion of the beaches of Normandy commanded by Dwight D. Eisenhower. This invasion was the first step in the Allied plan to liberate Europe.
  2. Movement called for a renewal of American Indian Culture and recognition of American Indian's rights, and recognition of past injustices/violated treaties. Though not originally the GOAL of the movement, it became militant, involving the occupations of Alcatraz and Wounded Knee.
  3. When and where did Martin Luther King deliver his "I have a Dream" speech
  4. America's policy toward entering WWII before Japan attacked Pearl Harbor
  5. The theory that if the government reduced taxes and limited the regulations placed on businesses, the wealth would "trickle down" in the form of new jobs and opportunities.

5 True/False Questions

  1. US was hesitant to support Ho Chi Minh becauseThough Ho Chi Minh asked the United States for support, the United States was hesitant because Ho Chi Minh had communist leanings, allying Ho Chi Minh would mean the United States was Allied against the French, and finally the Vietminh in South Vietnam were very violent and murderous.


  2. Bay of PigsLegalized abortion


  3. Isolationism/neutralityProminent US foreign policy in the years between WWI and WWII


  4. Problems European governments dealt with after WWIGermany, Berlin, and Austria were split among the allies.


  5. War Powers Act (What did it respond to?)Rescinded the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution that had given Johnson the ability to fight a war without having Congress declare war. Vietnam had been fought as an undeclared war.


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