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5 Matching questions

  1. Social Security Act
  2. Operation Mongoose
  3. Kennedy
  4. March between Selma and Montgomery
  5. Relations between Japan and the US leading up to the Pearl Harbor attack
  1. a Bad news bears. The US had an embargo on Japanese goods, it refused to supply Japan with petroleum and other resources, and it froze Japanese bank accounts in the United States.
  2. b A series of attempts to assassinate Castro (including exploding cigars hahaha); all attempts failed. (major foreign policy tests faced by the Kennedy Administration)
  3. c Under this president direct combat in Vietnam began
  4. d Peaceful protestors were attacked with clubs, tear gas, dogs, etc. The violence of the movement came to national attention.
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Was a program encouraging voter registration in Mississippi. The SCLC provided legal and medical protection for the workers registering voters. It was organized by Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Two white workers and one black worker were murdered. This shocked white America.
  2. Negatively influences youth, muddles language, controversial, rebel, sexual, supports INTEGRATION (not segregation)
  3. Was a social and economic program that represented the beginning of the end of communism in Russia.
  4. Lawsuit brought in 1896 after African American Homer Plessey was denied a seat in a first-class rail way car. Established the legal precedent of separate but equal.
  5. 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)

5 True/False questions

  1. Isolationism/neutralityA series of attempts to assassinate Castro (including exploding cigars hahaha); all attempts failed. (major foreign policy tests faced by the Kennedy Administration)

          

  2. Problems European governments dealt with after WWIPhysical and psychological abuse, continued violence, and the failure of the federal government to enforce laws, led to disillusionment with Martin Luther King Jr.'s idea of nonviolent resistance. Stokley Carmichael coined the phrase to embody this growing feeling among civil rights activists.

          

  3. Joseph McCarthyWas 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.

          

  4. Korean WarWas 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.

          

  5. Johnson'sWas 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.