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30. Why were large radio networks like NBC and CBS formed?

a. to compete with radio stations owned by radio manufacturers

b. to allow more people to own radio stations in their communities

c. to force small local companies to contribute to national broadcasts

d. to link stations across the country to allow for common programming

31. How did President Roosevelt respond to African American demands for equal rights?

a. He helped African Americans organize protests that influenced Congress.

b. He responded to African-American protests by using troops to control them.

c. He refused to meet with African-American leaders to discuss their demands.

d. He issued an executive order barring discrimination in jobs with federal contracts

32.Great Britain and France declared war after Germany invaded which country?

a. Poland

b. Austria

c. Belgium

d. Czechoslovakia

33. Why did the Americans decide to drop atomic bombs on Japan?

a. China was entering the war on Japan’s side.

b. Japan was developing its own atomic weapons.

c. Estimates for U.S. casualties in a troop invasion were too high.

d. The Allies were making no progress in gaining bases near Japan.

34. How did African Americans gain more access to defense industry jobs during World War II?

a. General Eisenhower persuaded companies to hire them.

b. Roosevelt persuaded Congress to pass a bill that guaranteed equal access.

c. Business leaders like Henry Ford showed other owners that equal access was a good policy.

d. Roosevelt signed an order for equal access after A. Philip Randolph threatened to lead a large

protest march on Washington

35. What role did Mary McLeod Bethune play in the creation of the United Nations?

a. She argued against its formation.

b. She wrote the original laws of the United Nations.

c. She served on the delegation that developed its charter.

d. She advised President Franklin D. Roosevelt on its development.

37. Why did the Tet Offensive surprise many Americans?

a. They had not expected China to enter the war.

b. They thought the United States was winning the war.

c. They thought the Vietnamese New Year would be a time of calm.

d. They thought the Communist troops would attack urban, not rural, areas

39. With which of the following problems did the U.S. military struggle in Vietnam?

a. identifying the enemy

b. acquiring enough supplies

c. surviving the bitterly cold weather

d. fighting superior troops and weapons

40. Which of the following issues created a major obstacle during the peace talks to end the Korean

War?

a. who would lead the reunited Korea

b. whether Korea would be Communist or democratic

c. where the boundary between North Korea and China would be

d. where the boundary between North Korea and South Korea would be

41. Which group most benefited from the prosperity after World War II?

a. whites

b. Jewish Americans

c. African Americans

d. Japanese Americans

42. Which tactic was used by Native Americans, Mexican Americans, and women in the fight for civil

rights in the 1960s and 1970s?

a. peaceful protests

b. agricultural boycotts

c. blackmail and coercion

d. violent demonstrations

43. How do Medicare and Medicaid provide economic stability?

a. Their cost is based on how much you use them.

b. They provide health care for the poor and elderly.

c. They negotiate with hospitals to get customers the best price.

d. They counsel members on how to make smart financial decisions.

45. The Johnson Doctrine involved which of the following?

a. adopting social programs to combat poverty in America

b. providing economic aid to any nation that was vulnerable to a Communist takeover

c. intervening in revolutions in Latin America that were aimed at establishing Communist

dictatorships

d. strengthening conventional American forces so the nation would have other options than

nuclear weapons in times of crisis

46In legal terms, what did Brown v. Board of Education (1954) accomplish?

a. It had little effect on civil rights legislation.

b. It overturned states’ rights to control private education.

c. It declared that education was not a public right, but a privilege.

d. It swept away the legal basis for segregation and Jim Crow laws.

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