History questions please help?
1 Which of the following was a leading religious popularizer in the 1950s?
Norman Vincent Peale
Aimee Semple McPherson
2. What was Dwight Eisenhower famous for before being elected President of the United States?
He was a five star general and Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during WWII.
He was governor of California.
He was the Attorney General during the Roosevelt administration.
He was Franklin Roosevelt's Vice President during the first Roosevelt administration.
None of these
3.The 1955-1956 African-American boycott of segregated buses in Montgomery, Alabama, led to the
Supreme Court affirming a lower-court decision outlawing segregation of public transportation.
election of a black mayor in Montgomery.
defeat of Democratic incumbents throughout the South in the 1956 election.
voluntary concession by white leaders in Montgomery to integrate buses.
collapse of the civil-rights movement when African-American leaders were unable to deliver on their promises of social change.
4. Puerto Ricans experienced which of the following when they migrated to the United States from Puerto Rico in the 1950s?
Deportation as undocumented aliens
Family friction and a reversal in traditional sex roles
A middle-class lifestyle in the barrio
Downward social mobility from middle-class respectability to grinding poverty
All of these
5. How was war avoided in the Cuban missile crisis?
The United States agreed to remove its missiles from Europe in exchange for the Soviets' taking their missiles out of Cuba.
Kennedy agreed to remove western troops from East Berlin in exchange for Khrushchev's order to dismantle Soviet missiles in Cuba.
The United States agreed to stop its bombing of North Vietnam in exchange for the Soviets' removal of missiles with nuclear warheads from Cuba.
Khrushchev agreed to remove Soviet missiles from Cuba in exchange for Kennedy's pledge not to invade that country.
Kennedy ended the embargo of Cuba, and Khrushchev transferred Soviet missiles from Cuba to China.
6. What policy did Lyndon Johnson follow with regard to American involvement in Vietnam?
x He followed an attrition strategy to try and force the communists to the peace table.
He rapidly increased the number of American ground troops in South Vietnam for a massive invasion of North Vietnam
He gradually withdrew American forces while asking for United Nations mediation.
He pulled American forces out immediately and declared that the United States had achieved its goals.
It did nothing until free elections could be held in South Vietnam.
I think that the first ones answer not sure.
7.Which of the following issues was not on the agenda of the National Organization for Women in the late 1960s and early 1970s?
Women should have equal employment opportunities.
Child care needed to be regulated and more readily available.
Abortion rights should be legalized.
The legal system should be modified to allow no-fault divorces.
None of these.
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
Answer for the second question:
a) He was a five star general and Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during WWII.