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7/28/2020Sophia :: Welcome1/15UNIT 3 — MILESTONE 3Score16/31You passed this Milestone16 questions were answered correctly.15 questions were answered incorrectly. 1Why did the United States adopt a "Europe first" strategy upon entering World War II? Soviet soldiers were preventing German troops from entering key Soviet cities.The United States owed large sums of money to European nations after World War I.Nazi Germany appeared to be on the brink of conquering Europe. Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt had convinced Joseph Stalin that Italy was vulnerable toinvasion.CONCEPTFighting World War II 2Choose the action that reflects U.S. involvement in Vietnam during the Lyndon Johnson administration.The first American military forces landed in Vietnam.
7/28/2020Sophia :: Welcome2/15The President was unwilling to de-escalate or withdraw from Vietnam because he feared being painted as“soft” on Communism.The President approved a military coup to remove Diem from power in South Vietnam.The United States participated in negotiations to establish national elections that would reunify North andSouth Vietnam.CONCEPTThe Early 1960s 3Choose the statement that best reflects a reaction against Brown v. Board of Educationby Southernersduring the 1950s. CONCEPTThe Consequences of Brown V Board 4Which of the following is an agreement formed during the Potsdam Conference?
7/28/2020Sophia :: Welcome3/15The Soviet Union agreed to join the United Nations. CONCEPTOrigins of the Cold War 5Choose the statement that describes a way that conformity was encouraged among Americans during theSecond Red Scare.“Gays and lesbians go to great lengths to hide their sexual orientation for fear of losing their job andreputation.”"All Americans have access to good jobs thanks to the expansion of the Works Progress Administration.""Everyone is required to register for military service to defend the country from the Soviets." CONCEPT The Cold War in America 6Discrimination in the housing sector after World War II allowed whites to live in houses they owned in the

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