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shylene2121 Group Title

can someone please help me big part my grade if i dont get turned in

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    11. In what way did Americans’ lives change during World War II? (1 point) Congress reduced taxes on working Americans to boost morale. The government relaxed controls on wages and prices. Americans found it easier than ever to buy consumer goods. Some goods were rationed to free up resources for war production. 12. President Truman decided to use the atomic bomb against Japan (1 point) to prolong the war. to save American lives. to test the bomb. to prove an ethical point. 13. What was the goal of Hitler’s “Final Solution”? (1 point) a military victory over the Soviets that would ensure a supply of oil the unification of all Germanic people into the Third Reich the extermination of all Jews in areas controlled by Germany the elimination of all socialist and communist regimes in Europe 14. Shortly after World War II, (1 point) European countries resumed their competition for colonies. Great Britain and the Soviet Union emerged as superpowers. leading Nazis were put on trial for their actions during the war. the countries of Eastern Europe became strong democracies. 15. What did many Americans realize about the United States as a result of World War II? (1 point) Only a return to U.S. isolationism could prevent future conflicts. U.S. prosperity hinged on world peace and economic development. The war had badly damaged America’s position in the world. U.S. support for the United Nations would likely trigger a new war. 16. In 1946, Winston Churchill used the term iron curtain to refer to the (1 point) heavily fortified border between Poland and the Soviet Union. boundary between Western Europe and communist Eastern Europe. border between Eastern Europe and the communist Soviet Union. boundary separating Eastern Europe from East Germany. 17. The Korean War began when (1 point) Soviet forces attacked North Korea. North Korean forces invaded South Korea. U.S. forces attacked North Korea. Chinese forces invaded South Korea. 18. Fear of Mutual Assured Destruction kept the Soviets and Americans (1 point) from producing large stockpiles of nuclear weapons. on friendly terms throughout the entire Cold War. from ever using a nuclear weapon against each other. from ever officially admitting that they had nuclear weapons. 19. How did the Soviet Union react to Hungarian demonstrations in 1956? (1 point) It allowed Hungarians more control over their government. It brutally crushed the Hungarian revolution. It entered into peace negotiations with Hungarian freedom fighters. It forced Hungary to withdraw from the 1956 Olympic Games. 20. Congress created the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to coordinate (1 point) efforts to develop nuclear weapons to be used from space. U.S. Army and Air Force plans to destroy Sputnik 1. the space-related efforts of U.S. scientists and the military. a response to the threat posed by the Chinese space program. 21. What did the term McCarthyism become a catchword for? (1 point) U.S. foreign policy during the 1950s extreme, reckless charges a provable charge of communist activity the act of spying on behalf of the Soviet Union 22. One American was born every 7 seconds during the peak of (1 point) World War II. the decade known as the Hollywood Ten. demobilization. the baby boom. 23. Which statement identifies a key reason why Americans moved to suburbs after World War II? (1 point) A decline in population freed up housing in suburban areas. Americans wanted to escape the overcrowding in rural areas. There was a severe shortage of housing in urban areas. Suburban life reduced the need for Americans to buy cars. 24. What was one reason Americans moved to the Sunbelt? (1 point) to shift political influence from the Northwest to the Northeast to find jobs in the aerospace, defense, and electronics industries to escape the cold climate in the southern and western states to protest the move of the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles 25. What was the fundamental change in the postwar economy? (1 point) the rapid growth of the service sector the rapid growth of the manufacturing sector the steady increase in the number of farmers the decline of jobs in the information industries 26. Shopping became a popular pastime in the United States after World War II because Americans (1 point) saw shopping as an alternative to watching too much television. had more money, access to easy credit, and new products to buy. saw shopping as one of the few activities that they could afford. enjoyed the thrill of buying things in a time of growing scarcity. 27. Rock music originated in the gospel and blues traditions of which group? (1 point) Italian Americans German immigrants Mexican immigrants African Americans 28. What did the termination policy aim to do? (1 point) end tribal government and relocate Native Americans to cities end the bracero program that had begun during World War II assimilate Puerto Ricans into mainstream American culture ease the plight of the rural poor by lowering taxes on farm labor

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    12) i say b or d both seem like good choices

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    what lesson is this? and is this us history?

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    11) Some goods were rationed to free up resources for war production. 12) to save American lives. 13) C, the extermination of all Jews in areas controlled by Germany 14) leading Nazis were put on trial for their actions during the war. 15) U.S. prosperity hinged on world peace and economic development. 16) B, boundary between Western Europe and communist Eastern Europe. 17) B, North Korean forces invaded South Korea. 18) C from ever using a nuclear weapon against each other. 19) it brutally crushed the Hungarian revolution 20) the space-related efforts of U.S. scientists and the military. 21) B, extreme, reckless charges 22) D the baby boom. 23) There was a severe shortage of housing in urban areas. 24) to find jobs in the aerospace, defense, and electronics industries 25) A the rapid growth of the service sector 26) B had more money, access to easy credit, and new products to buy. 27) D, African Americans 28) A. end tribal government and relocate Native Americans to cities all of these answers have been verified by a tutor

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