8. Which of the following contributed the LEAST to the growth of McCarthyism in the early 1950's? A.Fears over Soviet development of an atomic weapon
B.Revelations about Soviet spies in great Britain and the United States C.President Truman's use of anticommunism to build support for his foreign policy D.A large influx of immigrants following the Second World War E.Political recriminations over the success of the Chinese Communist revolution
11.President Eisenhower's economic policy can be best characterized as A.the adoption of deficit financing to promote economic growth, but the repudiation of the progressive income tax B.the rejection of the New Deal and an attempt to restore laissez-faire policies C.the acceptance of the New Deal, but moderation in the expansion of governmental social programs D.a vigorous effort to increase defense spending and federal funds for health care E.a continuation of his predecessors' efforts to expand the role of the federal government
12.An important factor contributing to the Great Depression in the United States in the 1930's was the A.large military expenditure in the 1920's
B.decline in farm prosperity during the 1920's
C.rapid depletion of the nation's mineral resources
D.increased importation of foreign goods
E.increase in population due to immigration
13.Which of the following is true about the concept of isolationism? A.It emphasized the avoidance of binding political commitments to other nations. B.It usually stressed the avoidance of commercial as well as political ties to other nations. C.It had almost no influence on United States foreign policy after 1900. D.It was generally applied to Europe and Latin America but not to Asia. E.It became obsolete with the formulation of the Monroe Doctrine.`
23.The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor occurred after
A.diplomatic negotiations with the United States reached a stalemate B.the United States declared war on Japan
C.Japan invaded the Philippines
D.Japanese-Americans were forcefully evacuated from the West Coast E.Germany declared war on the United States
25.Which of the following accurately describes the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920's? A.Its activities were limited to the South.
B.It favored immigration restriction as well as White supremacy. C.It repudiated fundamentalist Protestantism.
D.Many of its members were elected to Congress.
E.It appeared for the first time during this decade.
26.All of the following help to explain the presence of large numbers of expatriate American intellectuals in Europe during the 1920's EXCEPT the A.repressive effects of Prohibition and the resurgence of conservatism in the United States B.attraction of European cities, especially Paris, as centers of innovation and creativity C.tradition among American writers of taking up temporary residence in Europe D.claims of young American writers and critics that American culture was materialistic and hostile to the development of their art E.European tradition of wealthy patrons supporting struggling American artists and writers 27.The principal foreign policy issue confronting the Wilson administration between the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 and United States involvement in the conflict in 1917 was the A.future of United States overseas possessions
B.territorial and political integrity of Poland
C.freedom of the seas