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5 Matching questions

  1. Watergate Scandal and the results
  2. Germany, Italy, Russia
  3. Perestroika
  4. Ended the Great Depression
  5. Isolationism/neutrality
  1. a Prominent US foreign policy in the years between WWI and WWII
  2. b Axis Powers at the beginning of WWII
  3. c Was a social and economic program that represented the beginning of the end of communism in Russia.
  4. d WWII and the massive increase in production it caused
  5. e Richard Nixon and the Committee to Re-Elect the President attempted to spy on and sabotage the Democratic National Committee by using wire tapping at their offices in the Watergate Hotel and Office Building. As a result, Nixon resigned as members of congress called for his impeachment.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Foreign policy during the Cold War aiming to stop the spread of communism (domino effect) through economic aid, diplomacy, war, and covert war.
  2. Congressional measure that gave President Lyndon B. Johnson the authority to wage war in Vietnam without congressional approval.
  3. Created Japanese concentration camps. Japanese Americans were interned because many saw the Japanese as faithful to their native culture and therefore, a security threat to the United States.
  4. Communism spread throughout Vietnam soon after the United States pulled out when the North Vietnamese government overran the South Vietnamese government.
  5. Alliance of church-based African American organizations formed in 1957 that was dedicated to ending discrimination. It was founded by MLK.

5 True/False questions

  1. Cuban Missile Crisis (aka Missiles of October)Provided young men with jobs on various construction projects which aimed to strengthen the nation's infrastructure and modernize rural communities.


  2. Brown v. Board of EducationOverturned Plessy v. Ferguson (separate but equal) to make segregation illegal in schools.


  3. Reasons the Feminist Movement fragmentedMovement 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.


  4. Truman DoctrineA statement in Truman's speech to Congress, the Soviets/communism weren't mentioned but he did have them in mind.


  5. 1963 during the March on WashingtonWhen and where did Martin Luther King deliver his "I have a Dream" speech