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57. In exchange for recognition by the United States (1933), the Soviet Union agreed to (A) cease meddling in American internal affairs (B) withhold recognition of Hitler (C)  acknowledge United States treaty rights in China (D) without recognition of the puppet  government of Manchukuo.
58. Henry Stinson had little chance for the Republican nomination for President (1940), because he (A) had past associations with Ku-Klux Klan (B) had joined the Roosevelt  cabinet (C) was suspected of Pro-Axis sentiments (D) was in favor of joining the League  of Nations. 73. Which policy of the 1920s lessened the hostility of the South American countries 
75. The economic isolationist policy of the United States after World War I is best  shown by the passage of the (A) Reconstruction Finance Corporation (B) Hawley-Smoot  Tariff (C) Trade Agreements Act (D) Agricultural Marketing Act. 
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167. In 1933, Franklin Roosevelt and the United States extended official diplomatic  recognition to the Soviet Union for all of the following reasons  except : (A) Roosevelt  was not bound by the conservatism of the Republicans (B) to strengthen the Soviets  against the Japanese (C) to encourage the Soviet leadership to ease its dictatorship (D) to  lead to a profitable trade between the two countries. 202. The minority group  most  adversely affected by Washington’s wartime policies was 

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