C_38 - C 38 1. Ideologically, the two competing sides in...

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C 38 1. Ideologically, the two competing sides in the cold war were A. Socialism and communism B. Communism and fascism C. Capitalism and communism D. Republican and democrat E. Fascism and capitalism 2. The German Democratic Republic A. Was formed out of the British, French, and American zones of occupation B. Was sealed off from its eastern half by the construction of the Berlin Wall C. Prospered under American leadership D. Was really under direct Chinese control E. Was formed out of the Soviet zone of occupation 3. In the wake of the Berlin Blockade and Airlift, the U.S., British, and French zones of occupation in western Germany A. Were combined into one large American zone of occupation B. Were evacuated by the countries occupying them in order to prevent a wider conflict C. Were combined to form the Federal Republic of Germany D. Were occupied by the Soviet Union after a treaty was signed between the Soviets and the West E. None of these 4. The Warsaw Treaty Organization A. Was under the leadership of Lech Walesa B. Was formed in response to NATO C. Was designed to contain the spread of communism D. Was a free trade organization designed to foster greater economic expansion in western Europe E. Monitored the treaty that ended World War II 5. The Korean War resulted in A. An overwhelming victory for U.S.-backed South Korea B. An overwhelming victory for Soviet-backed North Korea C. The second use of nuclear weapons D. An encouragement of the globalization of containment E. Such a terrible loss of life that the Soviets and Americans were forced to reconcile their differences
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6. The Bay of Pigs invasion A. Diminished U.S. prestige in Latin America B. Was a failure C. Strengthened Castro's position in Cuba D. Strengthened Castro's commitment to communism E. All of these
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7. Betty Friedan, in her book The Feminine Mystique , wrote about A. The spectacular advances that American women had made in the years after World War II B. How unhappy many American women were C. The greater education and employment freedoms that Russian women had over U.S. women D. The subtle transformation of the rights of women in the Islamic world E. The controversial topic of female sexuality 8. The foreign policy of Charles de Gaulle focused on A. Full cooperation with NATO during the Cold War B. The creation of an independent nuclear strike force C. Establishing close ties with the Soviet Union D. Disengagement from NATO E. The creation of an independent nuclear strike force and disengagement from NATO 9. What country did the Soviet Union expel from the Soviet bloc in 1948 because of its insistence on following an independent course in foreign affairs? A. East Germany B. Yugoslavia C. Hungary D. Czechoslovakia E. Romania 10. The Brezhnev Doctrine A. Called for economic and political liberalization in eastern Europe B. Was a policy of containment to stop the spread of communism C. Offered billions of dollars in aid to combat the spread of capitalism D. Reserved the right of the Soviet Union to invade any socialist country that was deemed to be threatened by
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C_38 - C 38 1. Ideologically, the two competing sides in...

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