30 - CHAPTER 30 Cold War Conflicts & Social...

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CHAPTER 30 Cold War Conflicts & Social Transformations, 1945-1985 SELF-TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Do not assume that these questions will appear on any examination. It is recommended that you not memorize these questions, but use them only as a self - test. Answers are at the end of this book. 1. French economic recovery following the Second World War centered on a. Free - market capitalism alone. b. the agricultural sector. c. socialism. d. a mixed state and private economy. e. trade unionism. 2. Stalin s successor, Khrushchev, a. denounced Stalinist policies and Stalin himself b. carried on the Stalinist traditions. c. opposed reconciliation with the West. d. was even more repressive than Stalin. e. placed restrictions on cultural freedom. 3. The Soviet writer whose 1962 novel portrayed the grim details of life in a Stalinist concentration camp was a. Pasternak. b. Solzhenitsyn. c. Trifonov. d. Gomulka. e. Beria. 4. The only eastern European communist leader to build an independent communist state free from Stalinist control was a. Nagy. b. Tito. c. Dubcek. d. Schuman. e. None of the above. 5. In Italy, the leading political party in the immediate postwar elections was the a. Communists. b. Catholic Center. c. Socialists. d. Monarchists e. Christian Democrats. 6. American - Soviet conflict in the post - Second World War era first centered on the problem of the future of a. France.
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b. East Germany. c. Yugoslavia. d. Poland. e. the Balkans. 7. Which of the following statements describes a policy of Stalin after the Second World War? a. He allowed Soviets abroad to remain in political asylum. b. He insisted on political conformity but allowed cultural freedom. c. He intensified his efforts to cooperate with the West. d. He relaxed Soviet control of eastern European states. e. He revived forced - labor camps. 8. During and after the Second World War, American leaders were most concerned that the eastern European countries would a. become American allies. b. be friendly toward Russia. c. become economic powers. d. have freely elected governments. e. reject German fascism. 9. The Frenchman who came to symbolize the resurgence of European nationalism was a. Jean Monnet. b. Charles de Gaulle. c. Robert Schuman. d. Jean - Marie Le Pen. e. Andr é Malraux. 10. Since the Second World War, communist participation in western European governments has a. remained steady. b. decreased. c. disappeared entirely. d. been outlawed in most countries. e. increased. 11. The only eastern European communist country able to remain free of Stalin s control was a. Poland. b. Hungary. c. Yugoslavia. d. East Germany. e. Ukraine. 12. The country that blocked British entry into the Common Market and withdrew its forces from NATO was a. Belgium. b. West Germany.
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