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. Which nation is located in Southeast Asia? (Points: 3) Japan Malaysia Pakistan Taiwan 2. Into what two major landforms is Southeast Asia divided? (Points: 3) a peninsula and several archipelagos tall mountains and a dry desert ... show more . Which nation is located in Southeast Asia?
(Points: 3)
Japan

Malaysia

Pakistan

Taiwan



2. Into what two major landforms is Southeast Asia divided?
(Points: 3)
a peninsula and several archipelagos

tall mountains and a dry desert

plains and plateaus

a basin and a river valley



3. Which is a climate found in Southeast Asia?
(Points: 3)
Mediterranean

tropical wet

marine west coast

humid continental



4. Which of the following are related to U.S. involvement in Vietnam?
(Points: 3)
Tet Offensive, Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, antiwar protests

Antiwar protests, all volunteer army, support for North Vietnam

Camp David Accords, Nikita Khrushchev, Dwight Eisenhower

Vietnamization plan, Harry Truman, homeland security



5. Who was North Vietnam's communist ruler?
(Points: 3)
Norodom Sihanouk

Ngo Dinh Diem

Ho Chi Minh

Hun Sen



6. Who ruled the anticommunist government of South Vietnam and was backed by the United States?
(Points: 3)
Ho Chi Minh

Ngo Dinh Diem

Alexander Dubcek

Mao Zedong



7. What happened when U.S. troops left Southeast Asia?
(Points: 3)
South Vietnam was reunited with North Vietnam and became the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

South Vietnam remained anticommunist but continued to be ruled by a dictator.

South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam, and the two became a single communist nation.

The French returned and re-colonized both North and South Vietnam.



8. Which is the best caption for this political cartoon?


(Points: 3)
The Soviet Union, led by Brezhnev, investigates the Prague Spring reforms.

The Soviet Union, led by Brezhnev, is protecting the brief flame of political freedom found in Czechoslovakia.

The Soviet Union hides from neighboring countries the flame of political freedom found in Czechoslovakia.

Soviet leader Brezhnev douses the spirit of freedom born during the Czech Prague Spring.



9. Which describes a result of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia?
(Points: 3)
The reforms of the Prague Spring became official policy.

The manifesto titled "The Two Thousands Words" was published.

The right to free speech was guaranteed after the invasion.

Dubcek was expelled from the KSC and demoted.



10. Which is the best description Salvador Allende?
(Points: 3)
dictator who ruled the Dominican Republic

democratically-elected Marxist ruler of Chile

leader of the Cuban revolution

successor of Juan Bosch



11. Which countries exercised tight government controls over their citizens?
(Points: 3)
Poland, East Germany, Romania

France, West Germany, and Czechoslovakia

Denmark, Italy, and Romania

Hungary, Cuba, and Canada



12. Why did the United States urge the Chilean military to overthrow the democratically-elected president of that nation?
(Points: 3)
to prepare for a Soviet attack

to contain the spread of communism

to protect Chile from a Cuban invasion

to establish a presence in South America



13. What does "détente" describe?
(Points: 3)
the military takeover of a dictatorship

a peaceful resolution to war

the effort to ease tensions between the United States and the USSR in the 1970s

an unsuccessful meeting between nations, especially the United States and the USSR



14. Which of these was an effort to slow the arms race between the two superpowers?
(Points: 3)
SALT treaties

Warsaw Pact

NATO

Helsinki Accords



15. Which is a major natural resource in Latin America?
(Points: 3)
gold

diamonds

uranium

corn



16. Use the map and your knowledge to answer the question that follows.

Which Latin American countries are indicated by letters A and D


(Points: 3)
Chile and Ecuador

Argentina and Brazil

Peru and Mexico

Paraguay and Uruguay



17. Which landform, found in Latin America, is threatened by logging, ranching, and mining?
(Points: 3)
Atacama desert

Sierra Madre Oriental

Amazon rain forest

Guiana highlands



18. What shipyard electrician in Gdansk, Poland, announced the formation of the trade union Solidarity?
(Points: 3)
Karol Wojtyla

Lech Walesa

Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Vaclav Havel



19. How did Ronald Reagan characterize her policy toward the Soviet Union?
(Points: 3)
as a continuation of detente

as a struggle between good a
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