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1. What effect did Nixon’s visit have on relations between China and the United States, according to Zhou Enlai? (1 point) A) The Nationalist Chinese government was exiled to the island of Taiwan. B) "It broke 25 years of silence and spanned the Pacific Ocean.” C) The People’s Republic of China was recognized by the United Nations. D) China and the Soviet Union became rivals for territory and diplomatic influence.
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2. What might be President Nixon’s purpose as depicted in the image above? (1 point) A) to set himself apart from Premier Zhou Enlai by walking in front of him B) to speak to the assembled Chinese soldiers C) to inspect the assembled Chinese soldiers along with Premier Zhou Enlai D) none of the above
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3. How did the Soviet Union respond to the normalization of relations between China and the United States? (1 point) A) Brezhnev invited Nixon to visit Moscow. B) Soviet companies set up a thriving trade with China. C) The Soviet Union cut off diplomatic relations with China. D) The Soviet space program ended its collaboration with U.S. scientists.
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4. President Nixon considered his approach to foreign policy to be (1 point) A) liberal. B) orthodox. C) pragmatic. D) ideological. 5. President Nixon believed that normalizing relations with China would (1 point) B) hurt American economic interests. C) damage efforts to democratize China. D) drive a wedge between China and the Soviet Union. 6. The Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (1 point) A) signaled the end of the conflict in Cambodia. B) eased tensions between South and North Vietnam. C) stepped up the deployment of ballistic and antiballistic missiles. D) slowed the arms race between the Soviet Union and the United States.

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5 A) prolong the war in Vietnam.
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Answers 1. What effect did Nixon’s visit have on relations between China and the United States, according to Zhou Enlai? (1 point) (0 pts) The Nationalist Chinese government was exiled to the island of Taiwan. (1 pt) "It broke 25 years of silence and spanned the Pacific Ocean.” (0 pts) The People’s Republic of China was recognized by the United Nations. (0 pts) China and the Soviet Union became rivals for territory and diplomatic influence. 1 /1 point 2. What might be President Nixon’s purpose as depicted in the image above? (1 point) (0 pts) to set himself apart from Premier Zhou Enlai by walking in front of him (0 pts) to speak to the assembled Chinese soldiers (1 pt) to inspect the assembled Chinese soldiers along with Premier Zhou Enlai (0 pts) none of the above 0 /1 point 3. How did the Soviet Union respond to the normalization of relations between China and the United States? (1 point) (1 pt) Brezhnev invited Nixon to visit Moscow. (0 pts) Soviet companies set up a thriving trade with China. (0 pts) The Soviet Union cut off diplomatic relations with China. (0 pts) The Soviet space program ended its collaboration with U.S. scientists. 0 /1 point 4. President Nixon considered his approach to foreign policy to be (1 point) (0 pts) liberal. (0 pts) orthodox. (1 pt) pragmatic. (0 pts) ideological. 0 /1 point 5. President Nixon believed that normalizing relations with China would (1 point) (0 pts) prolong the war in Vietnam. (0 pts) hurt American economic interests. (0 pts) damage efforts to democratize China. (1 pt) drive a wedge between China and the Soviet Union. 0 /1 point 6. The Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (1 point) (0 pts) signaled the end of the conflict in Cambodia. (0 pts) eased tensions between South and North Vietnam. (0 pts) stepped up the deployment of ballistic and antiballistic missiles. (1 pt) slowed the arms race between the Soviet Union and the United States.

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