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49.Toward the end of the Eisenhower presidency, the country could celebrate:a.a full-employment economyb.the addition as states of Alaska and Hawaiic.the weakening of communism and the Soviet Uniond.a climate of growing racial harmonye.the practical elimination of extremes of wealth and povertyANS:BREF:Page 1296OBJ:Applied
TOP:Eisenhower’s achievements and shortfalls (XI.A)50.In his farewell address, Eisenhower warned about:
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REF:Page 1297OBJ:FactualTOP:The farewell address (XI.B)
ESSAY1.Compare the achievements of Eisenhower’s “dynamic conservatism” to those of the New Deal.
2.How did America become involved in Indochina? How did that involvement escalate during Eisen-hower’s administration?
3.Discuss the civil rights movement in the 1950s. What civil rights did blacks achieve in that decade?
4.Describe the major trends in American foreign policy in the 1950s.
5.Why did Eisenhower’s popularity decline between 1956 and 1958?
6.Detail the election of 1952. Who were the major parties? What were the major issues of the campaign?
7.How did the Red Scare of the 1950s finally come to an end? With its demise, was this the end of theanti-Communist crusade in America?
8.Discuss the foreign policy philosophy of John Foster Dulles as he directed the Department of State un-der President Eisenhower.
9.Trace the development of U.S.-Middle East relations during the Eisenhower administration.
10.How did President Eisenhower react to Fidel Castro’s rise to power and Castro’s subsequent policiesin Cuba?ANS:Answer will vary.MATCHINGa.was a Supreme Court chief justiceb.advocated “massive resistance” to integrationc.was a Democratic presidential candidate in 1956d.said, “I don’t believe you can change the hearts of men with laws or decisions”e.challenged bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabamaf.was the army counsel in the televised McCarthy hearingsg.was a U-2 spy-plane piloth.was the NAACP lawyeri.was an Arkansas governorj.was secretary of state in 1950s1.Rosa Parks2.John Foster Dulles3.Dwight D. Eisenhower4.Orval Faubus5.Thurgood Marshall6.Francis Gary Powers7.Adlai Stevenson8.Harry Byrd9.Earl Warren10.Joseph Welch1.ANS: E2.ANS: J3.ANS: D4.ANS: I5.ANS: H6.ANS: G7.ANS: C8.ANS: B9.ANS: A10.ANS: F
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