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40. What is the historical context of Eisenhower’s speech? a. The intensification of the U.S. – Soviet race for the moon.b. The expansion of Cold War military spending by the Pentagonc. The growing fears over communist infiltrators in Americad. The demands of increase in technical colleges 41. What is the President’s belief about the “military-industrial complex?” 42. Which of the policies below most directly led to the creation of the military-industrial complex? 43. Which of the following represented the first major investment of U.S. tax dollars on a military and scientific venture? Questions 44 - 46 Relate to the image below 9 | P a g e
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45. The illustration above supports which of the following assertions of the Warren Commission in 1964? a. The President Kennedy and Governor Connolly were victims of an orchestrated conspiracy.b. That both men were struck by separate bullets fired by Lee Harvey Oswald.c. Both the President and Governor were struck by a single high powered round.d. Both the President and Governor were hit by a high powered round from the front and rear. 46. Detractors of the Warren Commission findings about death of John F Kennedy hinge their arguments around which fact? Questions 47 - Relate to the Image Below10 | P a g e
47. The famous photo above is most synonymous witha. Mississippi Freedom Summerb. The Freedom Ridersb. The Montgomery Bus Boycottd. The Birmingham Protests 48. Which civil rights group would have been most synonymous with the image above? 49. A student wishing to find the period when African-Americans first lost political rights in the South could examine the results of which Presidential Election? 50. Which of the following best explains the rising level of violence in the south during the 1960s? a. The Southern states believed that desegregation was a violation of state’s rightsb. The White power structure of the South understood that a more active Black electorate threatened their hold on societyc. The Presence of the FBI reminded them of the Reconstruction Periodd. The Dixicrats saw their chances to win national support rapidly fading. 11 | P a g e

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