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5 Matching questions

  1. D-Day
  2. Reasons the Feminist Movement fragmented
  3. Russia's position during WWII (How did it change?)
  4. Bay of Pigs
  5. Isolationism/neutrality
  1. a Disastrous Cuban invasion in an attempt to overthrow Castro because Castro was communist, meaning that communism had sprung up 90 miles off the coast of Florida. Too close for comfort. Kennedy had his panties all in a twist about this. (major foreign policy tests faced by the Kennedy Administration)
  2. b 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.
  3. c Prominent US foreign policy in the years between WWI and WWII
  4. d 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. e Was originally allied with Germany. Then Germany invaded Russia, so they switched sides.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Standoff between Khrushchev and Kennedy over control of West Germany. West Germany stays under western control, but Khrushchev builds the Berlin Wall as a result. (major foreign policy tests faced by the Kennedy Administration)
  2. Martin Luther King Jr. thought civil rights would be attained through
  3. Peaceful protestors were attacked with clubs, tear gas, dogs, etc. The violence of the movement came to national attention.
  4. 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. Was a series of student strikes, protests, pride in ethnic heritage, and efforts to better empower Mexican Americans politically and economically.

5 True/False questions

  1. Roe v. WadeLegalized abortion

          

  2. Results of the Vietnam WarThough Americans had an overwhelming victory, the fact that the Vietcong were able to organize such an elaborate attack destroyed American support for the war. This was a political and psychological victory for the Vietcong. It's just as Ho Chi Minh said, "You will kill ten of my men for every one I kill of yours, but even at those odds, you will lose and I will win."

          

  3. VietcongWas a social and economic program that represented the beginning of the end of communism in Russia.

          

  4. FDR's plans for the economyHoped that his programs would channel capital into the economy through consumers. Rather than using Hoover's trickle-down method of tax cuts, he worked from the bottom up. The government encouraged integrity in business as well. The three goals of the New Deal were "Relief, Recovery, and Reform." He wanted to provide relief through direct aid to the people, he wanted to recover the market, and he wanted to reform Wall Street.

          

  5. KennedyThe 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.

          

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