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How did the American public react to the formation of the United Nations? by opposing U.S. membership on the grounds that it would cost the nation too much money by supporting U.S. membership more strongly than it had in the case of the League of Nations by turning against President Truman for failing to secure a U.S. veto over important U.N. decisions by worrying that the organization would become an instrument of communist expansion into the Western Hemisphere
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anonymous
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@Buffaloes01 can you help me with this one?
anonymous
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I'm going with B. by supporting U.S. membership more strongly than it had in the case of the League of Nations A isn't correct because the United State helped form the United Nations and was quite eager to join. Nor is C right since the US has veto power. D shouldn't be correct because throughout the Cold War, the UN mainly did what the US wanted.
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thank you so much! can i ask more questions? @Buffaloes01

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anonymous
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Your welcome. Sure, go ahead. I'll do my best to figure it out.
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The quote below was written in the early 21st century: Every American, regardless of their background, has the right to live free of unwarranted government intrusion. Repealing the worst provisions of the Patriot Act will reign in this gross abuse of power and restore to everyone our basic Constitutional rights. Source: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/patriot.html Based on this quote, which of the following statements about life in the United States during the early 21st century is true? The majority of citizens agree that there should be stronger government intervention in the war on terrorism. Most citizens maintain that individual rights and freedoms should be protected even when fighting against the world's terrorists. The majority of citizens believe the Patriot Act was a warranted response to the war on terrorism around the world. Most citizens believe that the government response to terror in the form of the Patriot Act was too weak to combat modern terrorists.
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anonymous
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"Most citizens maintain that individual rights and freedoms should be protected even when fighting against the world's terrorists" fits the most with the quote. The quote is asking for freedom and privacy for all Americans regardless of background (ex. Muslims). The Patriot Act has been accused of violating these rights and racial profiling.
anonymous
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so the answer would be d? @Buffaloes01
anonymous
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It's B. Putting privacy and security first.
anonymous
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i skipped the first thing you said, and just read the last thing so i got confused! haha. i have 5 more questions, do you think you can help? :) @Buffaloes01
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You're alright. It happens and sure!
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Passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was influenced by which of these events? the Freedom Summer the March on Washington the Montgomery Bus Boycott the Selma Voting Rights Campaign i think it's a but i'm not sure
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2. Which statement describes one of the effects of President Truman's decision to use atomic weapons against Japan? There was an international outcry against the future use of atomic weapons. Other nations intensified their efforts to develop their own atomic weapons. The United States got Allied nations to contribute money to its atomic program. France and Great Britain increased the size of their traditional military forces.
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3. The term "Iron Curtain" was used by Winston Churchill to describe a divide between which of these? colonies and colonial powers Allied- and Axis-controlled territory industrialized and non-industrialized nations Western and Soviet spheres of influence
anonymous
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D. Western and Soviet spheres of influence.
anonymous
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what about 1 & 2? @Buffaloes01
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Which statement describes the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT)? The SALT failed to produce any treaties or agreements between the U.S. and Soviet Union. The Soviet Union left the SALT as a result of American actions in Central America. The SALT of the 1970s ended because of Soviet action in the Middle East. The SALT expanded to include nations from Europe and the Middle East in the 1980s.
anonymous
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1. D-Selma Voting Rights Campaign It's a tough one but President Johnson said that's what motivated him so I'll go with that. 2. A. I was torn between A and B but since only the Soviet Union attempted to get their own it should be A.
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http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_ushistory/v12/module08/0806_g3_q2.jpg Based on the cartoon, which conclusion can be made about the United States after the attack on Pearl Harbor? Patriotic sentiments were high in the United States as its citizens united against a common enemy. Japanese American citizens remained welcome in the United States despite the actions of the Japanese government. American citizens pushed for entry in World War II, not for revenge, but to assist their European allies. The Japanese attack shocked the American public, but they soon forgot the events after the war began
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What event led the Truman administration to expand the containment doctrine to include Asia? withdrawal of the French from Indochina formation of the Vietcong in Vietnam surrender of Japan to end World War II communist takeover of mainland China Passage of the McCarran Act was related to which of these? Vietnam War Marshall Plan Truman Doctrine Second Red Scare
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i just need those and i'll be done asking anything! :)
anonymous
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It's fine. I'm just thinking them through so they can be correct.
anonymous
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alright! thank you so much btw i'm not very good at history, in fact i suck at history hence the fact i took it online lol
anonymous
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Which statement describes the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT)? The SALT of the 1970s ended because of Soviet action in the Middle East. -There were two SALT treaties. SALT II ended because the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in the 1970s. What event led the Truman administration to expand the containment doctrine to include Asia? Communist takeover of Mainland China -Domino Theory: if they fall and join communism so will everyone else. The Passage of the Mccaran Act was related to which of these: Second Red Scare -The Act (1950) forced all communist organizations to be registered and monitored by the government. I can't see the Japanese picture though.
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alright, one more because i honestly don't understand it at all. The treatment of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II is similar to which of the following? the experiences of Hispanic Americans in wartime industries during World War I Irish Americans' experiences living on the home front during World War I the experiences of German Americans during World War I African Americans' experiences on the battlefield during World War I
anonymous
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Thanks! The one with the Japanese cartoon should be: "Patriotic sentiments were high in the United States as its citizens united against a common enemy."
anonymous
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you are a lifesaver ahaha
anonymous
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" the experiences of German Americans during World War I" The Germans were still treated better than the Japanese though.
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I PASSED
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Congratulations!
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YAY THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR EVERYTHING :)
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Glad you did well!

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