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APUSH Jones chapter 38

During the 1952 presidential campaign, Republican candidate Dwight Eisenhower declared that he would ____ to help to tend the Korean War.
personally got to Korea
Dwight Eisenhower's greatest asset as president was his
enjoyment of the affection and respect of the American people
The record would seem to indicate that President Eisenhower's strongest commitment during his presidency was to
social harmony
In response to Senator McCarthy, President Eisenhower
allowed him to control personnel policy at the state department
Senator McCarthy rose to national prominence by
charging that dozens of know Communists were working within the State Department
As a result of Senator McCarthy's crusade against communist subversion in the US
the state department lost a number of Asian specialists who might have might have counseled a wiser course in Vietnam
Senator McCarthy's anti-communist crusade ended when he
alleged that there were communists in the army
In an effort to overturn Jim Craw laws ans the segregated system that they had created, African Americans used all of the following methods except
appeals to foreign governments to pressure the US to establish racial justice
Which one of the following is LEAST related to the other three
Orval Faubus (related are nonviolent direct action, Martin Luther Kin, Jr., Rosa Parks, Mongomery bus boycott)
The Supreme Court began to advance the cause of civil rights in the 1950s because
congress had abdicted its responsbilities by refuing to deal with the issue
In the epochal 1954 decision in Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court
declared that the concept of "separate but equal" facilities for blacks and whites was unconstitutional
The 1954 Supreme Court case that ruled racially segregated school systems "inherently unequal" was
Brown vs. Board of Education
On the subject of racial justice, President Eisenhower
had criticized president truman!s call for establishing a permanent fair employment practices commision
As president, Eisenhower supported
military budget cuts
President eisenhower defined the domestic philosophy of his administration as
compassionate conservatism
Eisenhower's policies toward Native Americans included
efforts at tribal perservation
Richardson Nixon was selected as Dwight Eisenhower's vice presidential running mate in 1952 as a concession to the
hard line anticommunist
Among anticommunists, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy was the
one who most damaged free speech
The largest public works project during Eishenhower's presidency was
the polio vaccine program
President Eisenhower's "New Look" foreign policy in the 1950s planned for
greater reliance on air power and the deterrent power of nuclear weapons
In 1956, when Hungary revolted against continued dominatin by the Soviet Union, the US under Eisenhower
gave only outdated military equitment to the Hungarian freedom fighter
The leader of the nationalist movement in Vietnam since WWI was
the 1955 Geneva Conference
established a permanent division of Vietnam
In 1956, the US condemned ____ as the agressors in the Suez Canal crisis
israel and turkey
During the 1950
s the Central Intelligence Agency engineered pro-American political coups in both
Iran and nicaragua
The 1957 Eisenhower Doctrine empowered the president to extend economic and military aid to nations of ___ that wanted help to resist communist aggression
latin american
Which of the following is least related to the other three?
the missile gap
The Paris summit conference scheduled for 1960 was aborted by the
quemoy episode
What may well have tipped the electoral scales for John F Kennedy in the presidential election of 1960 was
his religion or his televised debates ith richard m. nixon
When Eisenhower left the presidency in 1961
he remained an extraordinarily popular figure
The affluent life style developed in AMerica during the 1950s stimulated mainly by
the growth of the stock market
All of the following were harbingers of the emerging new life style of leisure and affluence EXCEPT
new forms of recreation
Compared to WWI, the literacy outpouring from WWII can be best described as
more disillsioned
Many of the better known American poets in the post WWII ear
actually produced second rate verse
In the 1950s, the work force began to change when
women held more than sixty percent of sll jobs
Between 1950 and 1980, the majority of newly created jobs in the clerical and service fields were held by
people with some college education
sports reflected the population shift toward West and the South
none of the above
In her book, The Feminine Mystique, Betty Friedan discusses
strategies for alerting thr image of women
The bracero program between the US and Mexico involved
transfering manufacturing jobs to mexico....
In the 1950s, the key to economic growth rested in
The rapid upsurge in the employment of women after 1945 can be attributed mainly to
the expansion of the service sector
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
The cold war seemed to thaw a little when, in 1955, the Soviet Union agreed to
the reunification of east and west germany
In terms of politics, television did all of the following except
enable political parties to continue their role of education
among anticommunists, senator mccarthy was the
one who most damaged free speech
During his second term, President Eisenhower took a more active personal role than before in governing the country because he
no longer trusted hisvice president, richard nixonto lend assistance
in response to the launching of sputnik by the soviet union in 1957
scientists blamed americas slowness on poor math and science ed
By the end of the 1950s, Latin American anger toward the U.S. had intensified because Washington had done all of the following except
continue to intervene in latin american affaris
. The new militancy and restlessness among many members of the AfricanAmerican community after 1945 was generated by
world war 2
during his presidency, eisenhower accepted the principle and extended the benefits of
racial equality
as a part of his new look foreign policy. eisenhower
soughgan alliance with china
several critics of the new consumerism of the 1950s charged that the american people
had become too indivulaist
arrange th following in chronological order