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#2: Who would be most likely to agree with the attached statement? A. Douglas MacArthur B. Nikita Khrushchev C. Joseph Stalin D,. George Marshall **my answer: B. nikita khrushchev is that right?
#3: Japan became a peaceful, democratic nation relatively quickly after the end of World War II. Which step was NOT part of its postwar transformation? A. disarming most of the military B. adopting a new constitution C. giving women the right to vote D. giving the emperor more political power **my answer: D is that right?
#4: What was the Great Leap Forward? A. General MacArthur’s plan to restructure Japan B. Secretary of State Marshall’s effort to rebuild Europe after World War II C. Mao’s plan to transform China into a modern, industrialized nation D. Stalin’s plan to industrialize the Soviet Union **my answer: C. Mao's plan..... is that correct?
#5: Why did Mao start the Cultural Revolution? A. He wanted to restore traditional Chinese culture. B. He wanted to speed up the economy by promoting capitalism. C. He thought government officials had promoted a very narrow view of communism. D. He wanted to speed up change and eliminate Western, capitalist influence. **my answer: D. He wanted to speed up change and eliminate Western, capitalist influence. is that right??
#6: What launched the Korean War? A. North Koreans, with Stalin’s approval, invaded South Korea. B. General MacArthur led an invasion of North Korea. C. Chairman Mao urged the South Koreans to invade North Korea. D. South Koreans tried to capture the government in P’yongyang. ***my answer: A. North koreans, with stalin's approval, invaded south korea. is that right???
#7: What catastrophe did Kennedy and Khrushchev avoid during the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. armed conflict between Turkey and the Soviet Union B. nuclear war C. loss of a major trading partner in the Caribbean D. a communist government in Cuba **my answer: B. nuclear war is that right?
#8: Japan's political transformation after World War II took that country from __________. A. representative democracy to communism B. empire to parliamentary democracy C. empire to communism D. direct democracy to republic **mynaswer: B.empire to parliamentary deomocarcy is that right?
#9: The goal of the North Korean leaders in 1953 was to __________. A. unite North and South Korea under a communist government B. unite North and South Korea under the Chinese government C. divide Korea into two distinct nations D. unite North and South Korea under a democratic, capitalist system ***my answer: A. unite north and south korea under a communist government is that correct?
#10: What event marked the beginning of the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. U.S. spy planes photographed Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. B. The United States refused to remove its nuclear missiles from Cuba. C. Soviet spy planes photographed U.S. nuclear missiles being built in Cuba. D. Cuban revolutionaries staged a coup against Fidel Castro. ***my answer: A. U.S. spy planes photographed Soviet nuclear missiles in cuba. is that right? :)
1- they are looking for Kennedy would be my guess but Kennedy did not use the term civil rights and I am guessing did not mean civil rights as he was talking human rights. Reagan also got close with his 'Tear down this wall speech' but he was not talking civil rights either. I did not see that Hitler used the civil rights terminology much but that might be a translational thing - I don't know what the German equivalent would be. Also did not see that Truman equated the rights of the West Germans with civil rights...just human rights. So - none of the above is the right answer - jfk probably the answer that they are looking for.
okay, thanks :)
they all look good to me
awesome!! :) thankkss :) @vortish can u pls give @kantalope a medal? I can only give one :/
haha thanks :D
3d 4c 5d 6a --- but then why didnt the soviet union veto UN action? Also since the Chinese were closer and have more ties with NKorea what was their role? I don't think the Stalin did it answer is the best...the best of the choices available but probably too simple, reality wise. thanks for medals =)
7b - 8b 9a 10a - although i would think moving the missiles to cuba in the first place would really be the proximate cause
2b - but stalin would also have probably said the same thing since that is the whole bolshevik schtick
haha thanks :) and no prob! thanks for helping :)