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Take Home Unit #5 Due Date: 3/4/10 1. 1. E. The Alger Hiss trial was 1949. The trials of Julius and Ethel Roseberg happened in 1951. The Soviet Union’s first atomic bomb happened in 1949. The Korea War started in 1950. The Truman Doctrine was announced in 1947 which means that it is E. a. Dornbush, Krista. Kaplan AP US History 2010 . Grand Rapids: Kaplan, 2010. Print. 2. E. The National Security Act of 1947 and 1949 created the National Security Council and Central Intelligence Agency and in turn, created the Secretary of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff, but not the House Un-American Activities Committee which was established in 1939. Therefore: I and II III and IV a. Dornbush, Krista. Kaplan AP US History 2010 . Grand Rapids: Kaplan, 2010. Print. 3. D. The Marshall plan was a plan to give Western Europe massive amounts of financial assistance and political support for the rebuilding democratic forms of government. The Square Deal was during Teddy Roosevelt’s time, it is irrelevant to the Cold War. NATO wasn’t a financial organization, it was organized to target Communism, and now terrorism but not economically. Point Four was a plan to aid underdeveloped countries economically. Alliance for Progress was by Kennedy. Had no relation to the Cold war. a. Dornbush, Krista. Kaplan AP US History 2010 . Grand Rapids: Kaplan, 2010. Print. b. "The Square Deal: The Progressive Agenda of President Theodore Roosevelt." American History . Web. 28 Feb. 2010. <http://americanhistory.suite101.com/ article.cfm/the_square_deal>. c. "Truman Library - Point 4 Subject Guide." Harry S. Truman Library and Museum . Web. 28 Feb. 2010. <http://www.trumanlibrary.org/hstpaper/point4.htm>. d. Infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus. Free . Web. 28 Feb. 2010. <http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/history/A0803408.html>. 4. A. President Truman reacted immediately to South Korea’s attack by urging the UN Security Council to intervene on behalf of the South Koreans. The Soviet Union had recently boycotted the UN, thus opening the door for a quick decision. The Soviet union didn’t NOT use their veto power – they boycotted. They also did not boycott the United States. Also, the Korean war was not a local struggle. Finally. South Korea entitlement wasn’t the reason the UN took initiative. Therefore, the answer is A – The soviet union boycotted the UN. a. Dornbush, Krista. Kaplan AP US History 2010 . Grand Rapids: Kaplan, 2010. Print. 5. A. The Korean War was an undeclared war involving many undeclared battles between undeclared nations. MacArther did not obey the rules of his commanding chief, Truman, and was then asked to resign. South Korea never became communist since this undeclared war eventually settled into a stalemate. For that same reason, North Korea was also defeated. a.
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