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LaynaMae

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1. The Yalta Conference settled disagreements among world leaders over which organization? a.) World Bank b.) Warsaw Pact c.) NATO d.) United Nations 2. How did the communist takeover of mainland China impact U.S. foreign policy? a.) It led President Truman to drop atomic bombs on Japan. b.) It prompted President Truman to reinstate the Open Door policy. c.) It pushed President Truman to expand containment to include Asia. d.) It convinced President Truman to provide military support to South Vietnam. 3.) The quote below is an excerpt from a speech given by Winston Churchill in 1946: "An iron curtain has descended across the continent. Behind that line lie all the capitals of the ancient states of central and eastern Europe. . . . From what I have seen of our Russian friends and allies during the war, I am convinced that there is nothing they admire so much as strength, and nothing for which they have less respect than weakness, especially military weakness." Source: http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/ironcurtain.htm Which statement explains how this speech contributed to the start of the Cold War? a.) It demonstrated that the West needed to liberate Eastern Europe from Soviet domination. b.) It showed that democratic nations were facing a threat from Soviet expansionism. c.) It explained how the United States and Great Britain could partner to rebuild Europe. d.) It proved that there would be another war unless the United States kept troops in Europe.

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  1. dusty
    • one year ago
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    number 3 is B

  2. dusty
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    number 2 is C

  3. dusty
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    number 1 is D

  4. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    Thank youu (:

  5. dusty
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    your welcome and more?

  6. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    I guess I could just post them on this question , right ? Would that be easier ? :o

  7. dusty
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    yess(:

  8. LaynaMae
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    Okayy :) 4. Who was convicted of giving U.S. atomic secrets to the Soviet Union? a.) Joseph McCarthy b.) Sacco and Vanzetti c.) Elizabeth Gurley Flynn d.) Ethel and Julius Rosenberg 5. What resulted from the Soviet Union's development of atomic weapons? a.) a negotiated end to the Korean War b.) an accelerating Cold War arms-race c.) victory for communists in China and Vietnam d.) warmer relations between the United States and China 6. The quote below comes from the director of the weapons testing laboratory in the Soviet Union, the USSR, describing an event in August 1949: "[W]hen we succeeded in solving this problem, we felt relief, even happiness-for in possessing such a weapon we had removed the possibility of its being used against the USSR with impunity." Which nation did the director fear might use the weapon they had developed against the Soviet Union? a.) Germany b.) Japan c.) the United States d.) Communist China 7. The 38th parallel was used to do which of the following? a.) separate North Korea and South Korea after World War II b.) divide Germany into two countries after World War II c.) divide Vietnam into two countries after the withdrawal of the French d.) separate communist and non-communist governments in Eastern Europe 8. Which of the following describes a result of the Korean War? a.) Chinese control of Communist North Korea b.) placement of nuclear missiles in South Korea c.) military alliance between China and the Soviet Union d.) increased tensions between China and the United States

  9. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    Ohh um yeah like all of those are what's on here lolol

  10. dusty
    • one year ago
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    4.) d 5.) b 6.) c 7.) a 8.) a

  11. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    You're seriously a life savor !! I'll post more if that's okayy ? :)

  12. dusty
    • one year ago
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    yepp thats fine(:

  13. jazzycardona21
    • one year ago
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    is this from flvs?

  14. dusty
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    yes(:

  15. LaynaMae
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    :) 9. Which of the following contributed to the outbreak of the Korean War? a.) the election of a communist government in South Korea b.) the division of Korea into two nations after World War II c.) the Soviet Union's efforts to block Japanese expansion in Asia d.) the withdrawal of France from its colonial territories in Indochina 10. Which president won election partly by promising to bring an end to the Korean War? a.) Nixon b.) Truman c.) Kennedy d.) Eisenhower 11. Which statement explains the effects of President Nixon's policy toward China? a.) It reduced Cold War tensions in China. b.) It increased U.S. imports from China. c.) It ended Chinese support for North Vietnam. d.) It led to the creation of the World Trade Organization. 12. President Johnson's foreign policy was centered on which of the following? a.) containing communism in Southeast Asia b.) removing communist dictatorships in Latin America c.) improving relations with China and the Soviet Union d.) preventing West Germany and South Korea from becoming communist 13. These words come from the concluding remarks in a speech by President Lyndon Johnson on March 31, 1968, broadcast on national television: "Accordingly, I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your President. But let men everywhere know, however, that a strong and a confident and a vigilant America stands ready tonight to seek an honorable peace; and stands ready tonight to defend an honored cause, whatever the price, whatever the burden, whatever the sacrifice that duty may require." What did the majority of Johnson's speech describe? a.) Johnson's support for passage of the Voting Rights Act b.) Johnson's actions after the assassination of John Kennedy c.) the continuing failure to achieve victory in Vietnam d.) the nation's preparation in case of terrorist attack

  16. jazzycardona21
    • one year ago
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    oh what module and lesson just so i have it lol

  17. dusty
    • one year ago
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    it unit 2 lesson 11

  18. jazzycardona21
    • one year ago
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    okay thanks(: im still in module 1 lol wait just a question do you still have 1.04? by any chance?

  19. dusty
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    number 13 is C

  20. dusty
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    number 11 is A

  21. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    Okay :)

  22. dusty
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    number 10 is D

  23. dusty
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    im not for sure on 9 and 12

  24. LaynaMae
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    That's okay :)

  25. dusty
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    i hoped i helped (: well i gots to go I have a LL to go to

  26. LaynaMae
    • one year ago
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    Lol alrightt , so do I actually :)

  27. dusty
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    i have a math one lol (:

  28. STUCKINTHIS
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    thanks to both!!!

  29. LaynaMae
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    Lol you're welcome ? :P

  30. lovelokiita
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    Which of these was created in response to the formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)?

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