Exam+Questions+14 - Chapter 14: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 1....

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AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 1. United States citizens seem interested in foreign policy a. only at times of war or near war. b. never. c. all the time. d. only when they travel. 2. Formal and informal positions which make up the nation's official policy toward other nations. a. fiscal policy. b. public policy. c. economic policy. d. foreign policy. 3. One reason why Americans do not pay much attention to foreign policy is due to our a. geography. b. ethnic diversity. c. history. d. weather. 4. The US has had the luxury of becoming a world power while at the same time being labeled as a. weak. b. isolationist. c. faultless. d. incompetent. 5. The United States emerged as a major player on the world scene after a. the Second World War. b. World War I. c. the breakup of the Soviet Union. d. the Civil War. 6. In 1940, FDR campaigned that he would a. not send US troops to war in Europe. b. enter the war immediately. c. send both men and women to war. d. seek to make Germany an ally. 7. American public support for entering World War II stemmed from a. Hitler's treatment of the Jews. b. Mussolini's position on Fascism. c. Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. d.
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2008 for the course GOV 1310 taught by Professor Jackson during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Exam+Questions+14 - Chapter 14: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 1....

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