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Please Help 1. Which laws called for strict separation of the races in the South? (1 point) anti-discrimination laws Plessy v. Ferguson laws Jim Crow laws boycott laws
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2. Civil rights activists targeted segregation in interstate transportation (1 point) because they knew that the states regulated interstate transportation. because travel between states was subject to federal regulation. despite the fact that most southern whites supported their efforts. despite the fact that trains and buses rarely crossed state lines. 3. Why did Lyndon Johnson’s support for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 surprise many Americans? (1 point) He had forcefully opposed the efforts of the freedom riders. He had supported the Birmingham jailing of Martin Luther King, Jr. He had earlier threatened to veto the bill. He was a Southerner with an unimpressive record on race issues. 4. In response to the Cuban missile crisis, President Kennedy (1 point) offered to remove U.S. missiles from Great Britain. approved a naval quarantine of Cuba. ordered that the Berlin Wall be destroyed. sent a CIA-led force of Cuban exiles to invade Cuba. 5. What was the conclusion of the Warren Commission? (1 point) The Fair Housing Act of 1965 was unconstitutional. Men and women doing the same work received different pay. Long-term racism led to widespread rioting in the summer of 1967. Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing President Kennedy. 6. Why did President Eisenhower support the new anticommunist government of South Vietnam? (1 point) He was committed to the struggle against communism. He wanted to bring American soldiers home. He thought the government of North Vietnam was fascist. He wanted to make South Vietnam a U.S. colony. 7. What was one difficulty that U.S. soldiers faced while fighting in Vietnam? (1 point) The Vietcong air force was larger than the United States Air Force. The Vietcong had technologically superior weapons. The Ho Chi Minh Trail was destroyed early in the war. The Vietcong carried few supplies and often fought at night. 8. In what way was the Tet Offensive a strategic blow to the Americans? (1 point) The South Vietnamese refused to help U.S. forces in the fighting. It sparked uprisings that spread throughout South Vietnam. The communists proved their will and ability to keep fighting. The North Vietnamese captured key cities in South Vietnam. 9. The United States ended its involvement in the Vietnam War because (1 point) Vietnamization failed amid of growing dissent in the United States. the North Vietnamese threatened to start using nuclear weapons. the U.S. defeat at My Lai proved that victory was impossible. U.S. losses were so high when North Vietnam captured Saigon. 10. The high point of President Nixon’s foreign policy efforts was (1 point) the defeat of the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty with the Soviets. South Vietnam’s surprise victory after the Paris Peace Accords. his trip to China, which led to official recognition of that country. bringing a "new federalism" to the U.S. government. 11. The events that led to the Montgomery bus boycott were set in motion (1 point) when Martin Luther King, Jr., called for the boycott. when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus. before the Supreme Court handed down Brown v. Board of Education. after Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1957. 12. In 1964, students poured into Mississippi to take part in the (1 point) Freedom Summer. march on Selma. freedom rides. Birmingham protests. 13. John F. Kennedy’s “flexible response” policy was intended to (1 point) prepare the nation for a war on poverty. prepare the nation to fight any size or type of conflict. provide a much-needed boost to the nation’s economy. send American volunteers to assist developing countries.
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Use the image below to answer the following question. 14. This image shows the (1 point) Tet Offensive. attack on My Lai. dropping of napalm. spraying of Agent Orange. Use the image below to answer the following question. 15. In addition to areas of Vietnam, what other areas of French Indochina were under French control in 1954? (1 point) Burma and China Thailand and Cambodia Cambodia and Laos. Burma and Laos.

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