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128.The post-World War II program of economic assistance to Western Europe was known as (A) the Alliance for Progress (B) NATO (C) UNICEF (D) the Marshall Plan (E) the Point Four Program.
129. What action did President Eisenhower take to bring about school integration in Little Rock, Arkansas? (A) He urged Congress to pass civil rights legislation (B) He
130. Besides the obvious decline in voter participation between 1952 and 1988, what other point can be made based on the above graph (A) In an election in which the
199.During the Truman Administration the Republican leaders in Congress favored allof the following except:
200.Which of the following is correct about the victory of the communists over the nationalists in China in 1949? (A) It led to a revision of the Marshall Plan (B) It fanned fears of communist subversion in the United Sates (C) It resulted from a Soviet-Americannonintervention agreement (D) It resulted in a large-scale immediate commitment of American troops in Asia (E) It had no discernible impact on American public opinion.
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135. One effect of the Brown v. Board of Education[1954] decision was to (A) inspire
141.United States society in the period from the end of World War II until the electionof President John F. Kennedy was characterized by all of the following except:

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