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 | The Soviet Union first learned of the American atomic bomb | |
 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | from Franklin D. Roosevelt.| |   |  |
B. | through conversations between Truman and Stalin.| |   |  | C. | from the British and French.| |   |  |
D. | through the use of espionage.| |   |  |
E. | when the first one was dropped on Japan. | |   |  |
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 | George Kennan believed firmly that |
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 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | Congress should be allowed a leading role in foreign affairs.| |   |  | B. | public opinion should be of paramount importance in determining foreign policy.| |   |  | C. | American foreign policy should be left to the experts.| |   |  | D. | the Soviets posed no real threat to the United States.| |   |  | E. | "containment" in theory was a strong practice but might prove difficult to implement. | |   |  |

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 | The Baruch Plan |
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 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | prevented a wide sharing of nuclear weapons information.| |   |  | B. | would have preserved the American monopoly on nuclear weapons.| |   |  | C. | was welcomed by the Soviet Union.| |   |  |

D. | received little support from top American military leaders.| |   |  | E. | was never implemented. | |   |  |
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 | The Marshall Plan proposed |
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 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | the infusion of massive amounts of American capital in Western Europe.| |   |  | B. | the rearming of Germany.| |   |  |

C. | a massive military buildup in Europe.| |   |  | D. | a series of Western military alliances.| |   |  | E. | the division of Germany. | |   |  |
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 | Harry S. Truman's approach to foreign policy could be characterized as being in the tradition of | |
 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | Woodrow Wilson.| |   |  |
B. | George Washington.| |   |  |
C. | Franklin D. Roosevelt.| |   |  |
D. | Theodore Roosevelt.| |   |  |
E. | Herbert Hoover. | |   |  |
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A6.| |
 | The fundamental disagreement at the beginning of the Cold War involved the question of | |
 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | who would control postwar Europe.| |   |  |
B. | sharing the secrets of atomic weapons.| |   |  | C. | free elections in Western Europe.| |   |  |
D. | whether Truman or Stalin would lead postwar alliances.| |   |  | E. | who would control post-war Japan. | |   |  |
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 | ________ was Harry Truman's secretary of state at the beginning of the Cold War. | |
 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | Dean Acheson| |   |  |
B. | George Kennan| |   |  |
C. | John Foster Dulles| |   |  |
D. | George C. Marshall| |   |  |
E. | Dean Rusk | |   |  |
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 | Which of the following individuals is incorrectly matched with his foreign policy activities? | |
 | Student Response| Value| Correct Answer| Feedback| A. | Bernard Baruch-nuclear weapons| |   |  |
B. | George Marshall-economic assistance for Western Europe| |   |  | C. | Dean Acheson-U.S. invasion of Cuba| |   |  |
D. | George Kennan-containment policy| |   |  |
E. | John Foster Dulles-Suez Canal crisis | |   |  |
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 | The crucial issue...
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