Which country did NOT become politically controlled by the Soviet Union after World War II? *Yugoslavia* 2.
The Soviet Union first learned of the American atomic bomb how? *through the use of espionage* 3.
The Baruch Plan would do what?
George Kennan's "containment" policy proposed what? *American vigilance regarding Soviet expansionist tendencies.* 5.
George Kennan believed firmly that foreign policy should be left to whom? 6.
The Truman Doctrine stated that American policy would be what? 7.
The Marshall Plan proposed what?
Overall, did the Marshall Plan work?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was a departure for America in what way? 10.
Who were the members of NATO?
NATO had what effect on the USSR?
The main Soviet response to containment was demonstrated by what? 13.
When the Soviet Union sealed off the city of Berlin in 1948, President Harry Truman did what? 14.
The National Security Act of 1947 established what?
The passage of the National Security Act in 1947 did what to the military? 16.
As a result of Cold War military reforms, the dominant branch of the American armed forces became the … 17.
The defense policy statement known as NSC-68 advocated what? 18.
One of Chiang Kai-shek's biggest problems by 1945 was inflation, which had risen to ________ percent per year. 19.
During the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur actions could be described how? 20.
In the Korean War, the Chinese threatened a massive invasion of Korea if the United States did what? 21.
In the final analysis, the most significant result of the Korean War was what? 22.
A major political consequence of the Cold War was what? 23.
When Congress voted to end wartime price controls, prices rose ________ percent in two years. 24.
The leader of the Dixiecrats in the election of 1948 was 25.
The most famous disclosure of espionage activities in the U.S. government in the late 1940s involved the case of what person? 26.
What happened to Julius and Ethel Rosenberg ?
The leading figure of the Red Scare of the early 1950s was
The individual who invented the concept of mass construction of suburban homes was 2.
The most significant social trend in the postwar era in America was 3.
What were the stimuli to American economic growth in the late 1940s and early 1950s? 4.
Critical to life in the suburbs in the 1950s was what?
In 1946, Dr. Benjamin Spock wrote a bestselling book on what? 6.
Between 1940 and 1960, American wives were more and more doing what? 7.
People's attitudes toward organized religion in the 1950s was what? 8.
A major increase in federal funding for education was passed in response to what? 9.
The "beats" were what?
The tone for the so-called "beat" movement was set by the novelist was who? 11.
The artistic counterpart of "beat" social protest literature was what? 12.
By 1960, the most racially integrated institution in American society was what? 13.
The first president to attempt seriously to alter the historic pattern of racial discrimination in the United States was who? 14.
Who was Earl Warren?
The NAACP lawyer who argued the Brown v. Board of Education decision before the Supreme Court was who? 16.
In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court ruled that school segregation what? 17.
The Deep South responded to court-ordered desegregation how? 18.
The Arkansas governor who defied U.S. Supreme Court orders to integrate public schools was who? 19.
President Eisenhower had to send in federal troops in 1957 to enforce the desegregation of the public schools in what city? 20.
Rosa Parks started what?
The Montgomery bus boycott led to what?
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s philosophy of protest stressed what? 23.
Greensboro, North Carolina, was the site of what?
The baby boom led to a ______increase in the U.S. population between 1950 and 1960. 25.
_______ became a normal part of suburban...
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