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chp 28 - 1. a. b. c. d. e. 2. a. b. c. d. e. 3. a. b. c. d....

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1. Eisenhower's "New Look" argued that a. the government had to pump more money into the domestic economy. b. Washington had to take a leading role in the struggle for equal rights. c. the defense policy of the United States would now rest less on ground forces and more on less expensive air power. d. federal intervention in the economy would cease. e. the federal government should subsidize the fashion industry. 2. The U.S. corporation that worked closely with the CIA in undermining the Guatemalan government in 1954 was a. IBM. b. Westinghouse. c. Coca-Cola. d. Ford Motor Company. e. United Fruit Company. 3. __________________ overthrew Fulgencio Batista and became the Communist ruler of Cuba. a. Venito Sandino b. Fidel Castro c. Che Guevara d. Daniel Ortega e. Jose Marti 4. The Eisenhower Doctrine can best be described as a. an attempt to defend Middle Eastern countries from Communist aggression. b. an attempt to defend Latin American countries from Communist aggression. c. an attempt to defend Western Europe from Communist aggression. d. an attempt to defend Asia from Communist aggression. e. the end of the Cold War. 5. The Communist leader of the Vietnamese war for independence from France was a. Mao Tse Tung. b. Ho Chi Minh. c. Ngo Dinh Diem. d. Jiang Jieshi. e. Chen Chang. 6. According to President Eisenhower in 1961, the greatest danger to the United States was a. communism. b. Latin American revolutions. c. the Soviet Union. d. the military-industrial complex. e. Middle Eastern terrorists. 7. The 1950s social critic who believed that a small "power elite" of corporate leaders, politicians, and the military dominated American political leadership and policymaking was a. Adlai Stevenson. b. Dwight Eisenhower. c. William H. Whyte. d. Noam Chomsky. e. C. Wright Mills. 8. The black patron who in 1955 refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white patron was a. Rosa Parks. b. Coretta Scott King. c. Marian Anderson. d. Fannie Lou Hamer. e. Ella Fitzgerald.
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9. The founders of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference included a. Stokely Carmichael. b. Malcolm X. c. Orval Faubus. d. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. e. Strom Thurmond. 10. The large-scale government attempt to return illegal Mexican immigrants to Mexico was known as a. Operation Return. b. Operation Mexico Bound. c. Operation Wetback. d. Operation Red, White, and Blue. e. Operation Bracero. 11. The 1957 Gaither Report advocated a. a substantial cutback in federal military spending. b. an immediate increase in federal military spending. c. no changes in military spending. d. the complete militarization of U.S. society. e. the elimination of the military. 12. John F. Kennedy's call for American renewal was labeled the New a. Democracy. b.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HST 110 taught by Professor Enloe during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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