Great Britain’s role as a world leader increased in the Cold War era.
Great Britain aligned itself with the Soviet Union and fell out of favor with the United States.
Great Britain’s role as a world leader decreased in the Cold War era.
Great Britain stepped up the imperial policies it had begun in the nineteenth century during the Cold War.
Berlin Wall Doctrine
“Dynamic conservatism” led to the creation of a welfare state.
“Dynamic conservatism” led to the creation of the Great Society.
The nation failed to successfully transition from a wartime to a peacetime economy.
The nation successfully transitioned from a wartime to a peacetime economy.
The disappearance of the family farm
The increase of “white-collar” jobs
Sharp decline in housing and birth rates
Women returning to the workforce in unprecedented numbers
His backing of coal mine owners against striking miners
His vetoing of the Taft-Hartley Act
His threatening to draft striking railroad workers into the army
All of the above
Expansion of Green Berets special military forces
Increased aid to Latin American countries
Creation of the Peace Corps
All of the above
They were the only safeguard against future Japanese aggression.
Only an American political organization could prevent another world war.
Only an international political organization could prevent another world war.
Only the establishment of an independent Jewish state could prevent another world war.
Principally to defend against possible communist aggression
Principally to allow Eastern Europe to rebuild after the war
Principally to intimidate Western European countries
Because of the “space race”
World War II
The Korean War
The Vietnam War
The Cold War
The House Un-American Activities Committee
Atomic missile testing
The Bay of Pigs invasion
The Great Society
The end of the Cold War
The end of the Korean War
The groundwork for the Korean War
The groundwork for the Cold War
End of the Cold War
Onset of the Cold War
“domino theory” of communist aggression
Build up of the military-industrial complex
The spread of communism
War in South Korea
They feared an imminent Soviet invasion of Cuba.
They feared an imminent Cuban invasion of the United States.
They feared the Soviets would use Cuba as a base to spread communism in the West.
The Soviets feared the United States would eventually plan an invasion of Cuba.
The Space Race
The Bay of Pigs
The Truman Doctrine
To push Latin American countries to embrace communism
To deter Latin American countries from embracing communism
To influence Latin American countries to attack Cuba
To influence Latin American countries to defend Cuba
The antiwar movement was in responset to U.S. foreign policy but had negligible effect on it.
The antiwar movement was independent of U.S. foreign policy and had negligible effect on it.
The antiwar movement was in response to U.S. foreign policy and had significant effect on it.
The total failure of the antiwar movement effectively ended civilian protest of U.S. foreign policy in the United States.
For the first time during the Vietnam War, U.S. citizens questioned and protested government policies.
For the first time during the Vietnam War, U.S. citizens questioned and protested the nation’s involvement in a war.
For the first time during the Vietnam War, U.S. citizens questioning and protesting government policies had an effect on those policies.
For the first time during the Vietnam War, a majority of U.S. citizens publicly supported communism.
The Reagan administration’s military build up and the Star Wars program forced the Soviet Union to surrender.
Aggressive Reagan administration policies along with a Soviet military build-up resulted in a stalemate.
Reagan administration policies and those of Soviet leader Gorbachev, and the growing Solidarity labor movement in Eastern Europe all contributed to the end of the Cold War.
The economic model presented to Eastern Europe by the U.S. in the 1980s led to the collapse of communism worldwide.