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Quiz 9 - Attempt 2

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Unformatted text preview: 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System < Your location: Assessments > View All Submissions > View Attempt View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Quiz 09 (Ch. 07 - Soviet Union and European Union) Started: November 15, 2011 12:09 PM Submitted: November 15, 2011 12:30 PM Time spent: 00:20:41 Total score: 95.2/100 = 95.2% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 100 1. Match the term to the correct description. 1. Treaty of a. Name given to Margaret Thatcher for her tough stances on the Rome British welfare system. 2. "Iron Lady" b. The economic process of transferring property, from public ownership to private ownership. 3. Helsinki Accords c. Agreement between the US, Canada, USSR & some European countries to respect human & fundamental freedoms. 4. Privatization cl. Established the European Economic Community & the European Atomic Energy Community 5. Nationalization e. Act of taking private assets into government or state ownership. Statement Response Correct Match 1 cl cl I2 a a I I3 c c I |4 b b | I5 d e I Score: 4/5 Comments 2. In the late 19805 and early 19905, the dominant factor in foreign affairs was Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 5] A. the ending of M webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 1/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. . a essenmg of the tensions between the U.S. and China. C. a substantial increase in terrorist activity in the world. D. renewed diplomatic clashes between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 3. Upon learning that the Soviet Union had successfully tested an atomic bomb, the United States Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 3] A. expanded its a nuclear arsenal and approved the development of the hydrogen superbomb. B. threatened a preemptive air strike against the Soviets' nuclear laboratories. C. responded with indifference. D. asked the United Nations to control the development of nuclear research. Score: 3.8/3.8 webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 2/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System Comments: Which of the following is not a result of the Cuban Missile Crisis? Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. The US agreed not to invade Cuba or to support an overthrow of Castro's regime. B. The Soviets withdrew the missiles from Cuba. C. The US withdrew missiles in Turkey aimed at the Soviet Union. 5] D. The US agreed a to purchase some Cuban sugan Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: The new "glasnost" and "perestroika" policies in the Soviet Union introduced Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 5] A. the right to M oppose government policy and moved the country toward economic reform. B. a new state- controlled economy and increased government repression of free speech. I l webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 3/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System C. the concept of individual rights plus freedom of the press. . the abolition of all collectives along with the opening of all secret records. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: During the Cuban missile crisis, the United States Student Correct Answer Feedback Response . officially recognized the Castro government. . was determined a to confront the Soviets. . attempted to avoid a confrontation with the Soviets. . decided to invade Cuba. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. True 5 Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: Which Soviet Union leader's policies lead to the end of the Cold War? webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 4/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Mikhail E Gorbachev. B. Boris Yeltsin. C. Vladimir Putin. D. Joseph Stalin. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 9. Mark the FALSE choice. The founding members of the European Economic Community included a) b) c) d) Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. France. N.etherlands I D. The United Kingdom. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 10. An obstacle to European unification efforts was fears of power. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Soviet I D. German Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 11. The Reagan Administration's "Star Wars" program proved to be a solid viable plan. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 5/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System | A. True I |fiJ B. False E Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 12. The changes which took place in the Soviet Union in the late 19805 and early 19905 were primarily attributable to Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. clever diplomacy of Ronald Reagan. E] B. reform a proposals initiated by Mikhail Gorbachev. C. American threats of "Star Wars." D. Russian fears of attacks from NATO forces. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 13. The absorption of East Germany by West Germany featured all of the following factors except Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 3] A. powerful a resistance from the United States. B. millions of East Germans pouring into West Germany. C. skillful exploitation of the situation by West German Chancellor Kohl. D. Germany webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 6/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System affirmation of peaceful intentions and a pledge against developing nuclear arms. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 14. The defense strategy predicated on the assumption that if no one stood a change of surviving a nuclear war then no one would start one was known as Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 5] 1. MutualAssured a Destruction. I 2. Containment. I 3. Massive Retaliation. I 4. Détente. I Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 15. The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963 prohibited the testing of nuclear weapons without both an American and Soviet observer present. Student Response Correct Answer False False Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 16. The SALT I and ABM treaties signed by the US and Soviet Union were important first steps in reducing nuclear weapons. Student Response Correct Answer True True Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 17. webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 7/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System Helsinki Watch Groups were more concerned about civil rights issues in the US than human rights violations in the USSR. Student Response Correct Answer False False Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 18. Among the reforms introduced by Gorbachev was , a move from secrecy to openness, and , a dramatic economic, political, and social restructuring of the Soviet Union. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 1. Perestroika; Glasnost 2. Détente; Perestroika E] 3. Glasnost; fl Perestroika 4. Détente; Glasnost Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 19. At the time that President Reagan announced the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) or“Star Wars,” the Soviet Union already were spending nearly half of its economic output on military expenditures. Student Response Correct Answer True True Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 20. According to the video, “Cold War, “Reagan’s change of foreign policy towards the Soviet Union was influenced by Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 1. Yuri Andropov’s belief that the US was preparing for a webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 8/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System preemptive 2. the TV movie, "The Day After." 3. the emergence of Mikhail Gorbachev as the new Communist Party leader. 4. all of the a above. 5. none of the above. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 21. The policy of supporting those who oppose Communism wherever or whomever they might be is known as Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 1. the Reagan a Doctrine. 2. Containment. E 3. the Eisenhower Doctrine. 4. the Brezhnev Doctrine. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 22. According to the video, “Cold War,” the Cold War balance of power had shifted to the Soviets during the 19705. Student Response Correct Answer True True Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 23. The Helsinki Accords (or Final Act), signed by US President Ford and Soviet Premier Brezhnev, webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 9/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 1. reaffirmed the American and Soviet spheres of influence in Europe. 2. recognized the universal significance of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 3. continued the policy of détente. 4. all of the above. 5. none of the above. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 24. According to Stephen Mulvey in “Gorbachev: The Accidental Revolutionary,” which of the following forces did Gorbachev underestimate in his effort to revitalize the Soviet Union? Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 1. nationalism in the Soviet republics. 2. the power of a revolution out of control. 3. his ability to find a consensus among reformers. 4. all of the above. 5. none of the above. Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 10/11 11/15/11 Blackboard Learning System 25. According to Jonathan Weiler, “Did Ronald Reagan Win the Cold War?” the emphasis on the SDI or “Star Wars” program was the chief motivation in Gorbachev’s willingness to negotiate a serious nuclear arms limitation treaty. Student Response Correct Answer False False Score: 3.8/3.8 Comments: 26. According to Raymond Garthoff in “Looking Back: The Cold War in Retrospect," the West won the Cold War because of a determined application of containment and military deterrence. Student Response Correct Answer True False Score: 0/3. 8 Comments: webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 11/11 ...
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