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Chapter 37—The Eisenhower Era, 1952-1960 SHORT ANSWER Identify and state the historical significance of the following: 1. Betty Friedan ANS: Student answers will vary. 2. Billy Graham ANS: Student answers will vary. 3. Oral Roberts ANS: Student answers will vary. 4. Fulton J. Sheen ANS: Student answers will vary. 5. Elvis Presley ANS: Student answers will vary. 6. Marilyn Monroe ANS: Student answers will vary. 7. David Riesman ANS: Student answers will vary. 8. John Kenneth Galbraith ANS: Student answers will vary.
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9. Dwight Eisenhower ANS: Student answers will vary. 10. Adlai Stevenson ANS: Student answers will vary. 11. Joseph McCarthy ANS: Student answers will vary. 12. Martin Luther King, Jr. ANS: Student answers will vary. 13. Jackie Robinson ANS: Student answers will vary. 14. Rosa Parks ANS: Student answers will vary. 15. Earl Warren ANS: Student answers will vary. 16. Oral Faubus ANS: Student answers will vary.
17. Richard Nixon ANS: Student answers will vary. 18. John Foster Dulles ANS: Student answers will vary. 19. Ho Chi Minh ANS: Student answers will vary. 20. Ngo Dinh Diem ANS: Student answers will vary. 21. Nikita Khrushchev ANS: Student answers will vary. 22. Mohammed Reza Pahlevi ANS: Student answers will vary. 23. Gamal Abdel Nasser ANS: Student answers will vary. 24. Fidel Castro ANS: Student answers will vary. 25. John F. Kennedy ANS: Student answers will vary.
26. Norman Mailer ANS: Student answers will vary. 27. John Updike ANS: Student answers will vary. 28. Josephine Baker ANS: Student answers will vary. 29. Paul Robeson ANS: Student answers will vary. 30. James Baldwin ANS: Student answers will vary. 31. Flannery O'Connor ANS: Student answers will vary. 32. Saul Bellow ANS: Student answers will vary. 33. Sylvia Plath ANS: Student answers will vary. 34. Ralph Ellison ANS: Student answers will vary.
Define and state the historical significance of the following: 35. "cult of domesticity" ANS: Student answers will vary. 36. white collar/blue collar ANS: Student answers will vary. 37. McCarthyism ANS: Student answers will vary. 38. sit-ins ANS: Student answers will vary. 39. "massive retaliation" ANS: Student answers will vary. 40. "spirit of Camp David" ANS: Student answers will vary. 41. "Rocket fever" ANS: Student answers will vary. Describe and state the historical significance of the following: 42. The Feminine Mystique
43. Playboy magazine ANS: Student answers will vary. 44. The Lonely Crowd ANS: Student answers will vary. 45. The Affluent Society ANS: Student answers will vary. 46. "televangelists" ANS: Student answers will vary. 47. Checkers speech ANS: Student answers will vary. 48. Army-McCarthy hearings ANS: Student answers will vary. 49. Sweatt v. Painter ANS: Student answers will vary. 50. An American Dilemma ANS: Student answers will vary. 51. Brown v. Board of Education ANS: Student answers will vary.
52. Montgomery bus boycott
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