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APUSH Chapter 37+38

Prospects for a Democratic victory in the 1952 presidential election were poor for all of the following reasons except
Truman's refusal to seek another term
Richard Nixon was selected as Dwight Eisenhower's vice-presidential running mate in 1952 as a concession to the
hard-line anticommunists.
During the 1952 presidential campaign, Republican candidate Dwight Eisenhower declared that he would ____________to help to end the Korean War.
use atomic weapons
In terms of politics, television did all of the following except
enable political parties to continue their role of educating and mobilizing the electorate.
Among anticommunists, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy was the
one who most damaged free speech.
The record would seem to indicate that President Eisenhower's strongest commitment during his presidency was to
social harmony
Senator McCarthy first rose to national prominence by
charging dozens of known Communists were working within the United States State Department
As a result of Senator McCarthy's crusade against communist subversion in America,
the State Department lost a number of Asian specialists who might have counseled a wiser course in Vietnam
Anticommunist crusade ended when
McCarthy lleged communists in the army
A new militancy and restlessness amoung many members of the African-American community after 1945 was generated by
World War II
Which of the following is least related to the other three: nonviolent direction action, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Montgomery bus boycott, Orval Faubus
Orval Faubus
In an effort to overturn Jim Crow Laws and the segregated system that they had created, African-American used all of the follwoing methods except
appeals to foreign governments to pressure the United States to establish racial justice
The 1954 Supreme Court case that ruled racially segregated school systems "inherently unequal" was
Brown v. Board of Education