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A Time to Review The Fifties and Sixties

US History/Napp Name: _________________


  1. The perceived threat of communist influence in the United States during the 1950s prompted Congress to

(1) ban foreign students

(2) repeal loyalty oaths

(3) deport citizens who were communists

(4) investigate suspected communist sympathizers


  1. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964) provided congressional support for

(1) withdrawing from the United Nations

(2) expanding the Alliance for Progress

(3) escalating military action in Vietnam

(4) reestablishing trade with Cuba


  1. A major goal of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society program was to

(1) increase farm production

(2) provide aid to developing nations in Africa

(3) enact social welfare programs to end poverty

(4) expand the size of the military


  1. The growing use of the automobile in the 1920s and the Interstate Highway Act of 1956 both contributed to

(1) the expansion of inner cities

(2) an increase in immigration

(3) the growth of suburbs

(4) a resurgence in rail travel


  1. A major goal of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society program was to

(1) expand foreign aid

(2) eliminate poverty

(3) win the Vietnam War

(4) promote space exploration
8.

Convention Meets at Seneca Falls”

19th Amendment Ratified”

Betty Friedan Organizes National Organization for Women”



Which statement about women in the United States is best illustrated by these headlines?

(1) The role of women in society has remained unchanged since colonial times.

(2) The struggle for women’s rights has spanned many decades.

(3) The earnings of women today are equal to those of men.

(4) The movement for women’s rights has lacked leadership.
9. Which factor directly contributed to the growth of suburban communities after World War II?

(1) Mass transit systems closed.

(2) Property taxes were eliminated in many towns.

(3) Returning veterans created a demand for housing.

(4) Widespread mortgage foreclosures caused farmers to leave rural areas.
10. Which event marked the beginning of the space race with the Soviet Union?

(1) U-2 spy plane incident

(2) launch of Sputnik

(3) Berlin airlift

(4) creation of the space shuttle program
11. A major goal of the Great Society programs begun under President Lyndon B. Johnson was to

(1) stimulate oil production in the United States

(2) provide tax concessions to manufacturers

(3) reduce poverty in the nation

(4) increase the size of the armed forces

16. One way in which the New Deal and the Great Society are similar is that both programs were based on the belief that

(1) volunteer organizations should take over

federal relief efforts

(2) government should impose fewer regulations on business

(3) states should pay a larger share of the cost of federal programs

(4) the federal government should do more to help citizens in need
17. Since the end of World War II (1945), what has been a major effect of population change in the United States?

(1) The Social Security system went bankrupt.

(2) Demand for medical facilities has declined.

(3) A surplus of unskilled workers has led to decreased immigration.

(4) Suburban areas have grown faster than cities.
18. The creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) illustrates a commitment to the concept of

(1) colonialism (3) mutual defense

(2) isolationism (4) human rights
19. In the years immediately following World War II, United States foreign policy was primarily focused on

(1) securing peace in the Middle East

(2) containing the spread of communism

(3) sending volunteers to developing countries

(4) maintaining neutrality in world conflicts
20. President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957 to

(1) supervise local elections

(2) enforce school integration

(3) end a bus boycott

(4) break up a steel strike

You express a great deal of anxiety over our willingness to break laws. This is certainly a legitimate concern. Since we so diligently urge people to obey the Supreme Court’s decision of 1954 outlawing segregation in the public schools, at first glance it may seem rather paradoxical for us consciously to break laws. One may want to ask: “How can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others?” The answer lies in the fact that there are two types of laws: just and unjust. I would be the first to advocate obeying just laws. One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that “an unjust law is no law at all.”…



~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,

Letter from Birmingham Jail,” April 16, 1963


25. Which type of action against unjust laws is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. supporting in this passage?

(1) militant resistance (3) judicial activism

(2) civil disobedience (4) affirmative action
26. Which statement most accurately summarizes the main idea of the passage?

(1) People must obey Supreme Court decisions.

(2) You can never break some laws while obeying others.

(3) Violence brings faster results than peaceful protest.

(4) Following moral principles is sometimes more important than following the law.
27. Which of these events related to space exploration occurred first?

(1) Neil Armstrong walking on the Moon

(2) development of the space shuttle

(3) John Glenn orbiting Earth

(4) launching of Sputnik
32. The policy of assimilating Native American Indians under the Dawes Act (1887) was reversed by 20th-century legislation that

(1) gave Native American Indians greater control over their own reservations

(2) helped relocate Native American Indians to large cities

(3) broke up Native American Indian tribes by giving each family its own land

(4) forced Native American Indian children to be educated away from their families
33. A major way in which the Civil Rights Act (1964) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) are similar is that both laws

(1) were intended to lift Americans out of

poverty

(2) failed to pass constitutional review by the

Supreme Court

(3) gave a minority group the right to vote after years of protest

(4) provided equal protection to groups that had experienced discrimination
34. The major reason the United States became involved in the Korean War was the

(1) threat of communism spreading throughout Asia

(2) need to prevent war between China and the Soviet Union

(3) demand by the United States for Korean

natural resources

(4) desire to limit Japanese expansion
35. During the 1950s, the main goal of the civil rights movement was to

(1) create separate African American economic and social institutions

(2) eliminate legal segregation from American life

(3) establish affirmative action programs to

compensate for past wrongs

(4) form a new nation for African Americans

Dear Mr. Barr,

This letter does not express all that is in my heart, Mr. Barr. But if it says nothing else it says that we do not hate you or rejoice to see your industry destroyed; we hate the agribusiness system [agricultural corporations] that seeks to keep us enslaved and we shall overcome and change it not by retaliation or bloodshed but by a determined nonviolent struggle carried on by those masses of farm workers who intend to be free and human.



Sincerely yours,

Cesar E. Chavez

~ Cesar Chavez, letter to E.L. Barr Jr.,

Good Friday, 1969, in Andrew Carroll, ed.,

Letters of a Nation, Broadway Books
39. Which action did Cesar Chavez take that is most consistent with the theme of this excerpt?

(1) organizing a farmworkers union

(2) calling for stricter enforcement of

immigration laws

(3) asking Congress to pass legislation for low-income housing

(4) promoting the takeover of large corporations by farmworkers
40. Which development resulted from the construction of the interstate highway system?

(1) increased suburbanization

(2) reduced air pollution

(3) decreased fuel consumption

(4) growth of long-distance passenger train service
41. The Supreme Court decisions in Mapp v. Ohio (1961) and Miranda v. Arizona (1966) directly expanded the rights of which group?

(1) students with disabilities

(2) women in the military

(3) homeless Americans

(4) persons accused of crimes

45. • In the 1940s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt made winning World War II a priority over extending the New Deal.

In the 1950s, President Harry Truman’s focus shifted from the Fair Deal to the Korean War.



In the 1960s, President Lyndon B. Johnson’s attention to the Great Society gave way to preoccupation with the Vietnam War.

These presidential actions best support the

conclusion that

(1) presidents prefer their role as commander in chief to that of chief legislator

(2) domestic programs are often undermined by the outbreak of war

(3) Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, and Johnson were not committed to their domestic initiatives

(4) large domestic reform programs tend to lead nations toward involvement in foreign wars
46. Which action was taken by the United States government to help Europe’s economic recovery after World War II?

(1) forming the Alliance for Progress

(2) sending troops to Turkey

(3) creating the Marshall Plan

(4) joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
47. Issuing the Truman Doctrine, defending South Korea, and sending military advisors to Vietnam were actions taken by the United States to

(1) encourage membership in the United Nations

(2) promote American business in Asia

(3) limit the spread of communism

(4) gain additional overseas colonies

51. One way in which President John F. Kennedy’s Peace Corps and President Lyndon Johnson’s Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) are similar is that both programs attempted to

(1) increase domestic security

(2) support United States troops fighting

overseas

(3) improve the quality of people’s lives

(4) provide aid to immigrants coming to the

United States
52. Lunch counter sit-ins and the actions of freedom riders are examples of

(1) steps taken in support of the Americans with Disabilities Act

(2) programs dealing with affirmative action

(3) violent acts by the Black Panthers

(4) nonviolent attempts to oppose segregation
53. The president acted as commander in chief in response to which event of the civil rights movement?

(1) refusal of the governor of Arkansas to obey a federal court order to integrate public schools in Little Rock

(2) desegregation of the city bus system in

Montgomery, Alabama

(3) arrest of Martin Luther King Jr. during

protests in Birmingham, Alabama

(4) assassination of Medgar Evers in Mississippi
54. One way in which the New Deal, the Fair Deal, and the Great Society are similar is that these programs

(1) promoted the idea of “rugged individualism”

(2) increased government commitment to the well-being of the people

(3) reduced the amount of money spent on

domestic programs

(4) encouraged the states to take a more active role in national defense
60. “Eisenhower Sends U.S. Troops to Protect Lebanon”

Kennedy Places Quarantine on Shipment of Soviet Missiles to Cuba”

Johnson Increases U.S. Troop Strength in Vietnam by 125,000”

Which statement about the Cold War is illustrated by these headlines?

(1) Rivalries between the superpowers often involved conflicts in other nations.

(2) United States military support was most often deployed in Europe.

(3) Communist forces were frequently victorious in Asia.

(4) Summit talks frequently succeeded in limiting international tensions.
61. “Jackie Robinson Breaks Color Barrier in Major League Baseball”

President Truman Issues Executive Order



Desegregating Armed Forces”

NAACP Challenges School Segregation”



These headlines are most closely associated with

(1) a decline in African American participation in political activities

(2) the beginning of the modern civil rights

movement

(3) Southern resistance to the Civil Rights Act of 1964

(4) the effects of affirmative action programs
62. The Anthracite Coal Strike (1902), the Wagner Act (1935), and the founding of the United Farm Workers (1962) were important steps in

(1) limiting the growth of labor unions

(2) creating greater equality for women

(3) ending discrimination directed at African Americans in the South

(4) promoting fair labor practices and collective bargaining for workers

But this secret, swift, and extraordinary buildup of Communist missiles—in an area well known to have a special and historical relationship to the United States and the nations of the Western Hemisphere, in violation of Soviet assurances, and in defiance of American and hemispheric policy—this sudden, clandestine [secret] decision to station strategic weapons for the first time outside of Soviet soil—is a deliberately provocative and unjustified change in the status quo which cannot be accepted by this country, if our courage and our commitments are ever to be trusted again by either friend or foe…



~ President John F. Kennedy, October 22, 1962
66. This statement is most closely associated with the

(1) Bay of Pigs invasion

(2) Cuban missile crisis

(3) United States-Soviet space race

(4) nuclear test ban controversy
67. What is a valid conclusion based on this statement?

(1) Strategic weapons of the United States should be stationed on foreign soil.

(2) An isolationist foreign policy is the most effective way to preserve peace.

(3) Presidential attempts were made to end military alliances.

(4) Geographic location plays an important role in determining foreign policy.
68. United States foreign policy changed following World War II as the United States

(1) became more involved in world affairs

(2) returned to a policy of isolationism

(3) rejected membership in the United Nations

(4) pursued a policy of appeasement toward the Soviet Union

72. Which pair of Supreme Court cases demonstrates that the Supreme Court can change an earlier decision?

(1) Schenck v. United States and United States v. Nixon

(2) Korematsu v. United States and Miranda v. Arizona

(3) Gideon v. Wainwright and Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States

(4) Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of

Education of Topeka
73. As a result of the Interstate Highway Act of 1956, the United States experienced

(1) increased suburban growth

(2) the elimination of urban renewal programs

(3) less air pollution from motor vehicles

(4) a reduction in United States dependence on foreign oil
74. The Supreme Court decisions in Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) and Miranda v. Arizona (1966) resulted in

(1) an increase in the power of the police to

obtain evidence

(2) a clarification of rules pertaining to cruel and unusual punishment

(3) a limitation of a citizen’s right to an attorney

(4) an expansion of rights for persons accused of crimes
75. The Marshall Plan (1948) and the Cuban missile crisis (1962) are most closely associated with

(1) the establishment of the Peace Corps

(2) the creation of the Alliance for Progress

(3) United States–Soviet relations during the

Cold War

(4) an increase in trade between the United

States and Cuba

79. Books such as Uncle Tom’s Cabin, How the Other Half Lives, and The Feminine Mystique all show that literature can sometimes

(1) expose government corruption

(2) cause violent revolution

(3) begin military conflict

(4) encourage social reform
80. What was a central issue in the Supreme Court cases of Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) and Miranda v. Arizona (1966)?

(1) freedom of religion

(2) voting rights

(3) rights of the accused

(4) property rights
81. In 1948, President Harry Truman showed his support for civil rights by issuing an executive order to

(1) end the immigration quota system

(2) assure equal status for women in military service

(3) ban racial segregation in the military

(4) guarantee jobs for Native American Indians
82. The United States began a trade embargo against Cuba in the 1960s to

(1) encourage political change in Cuba

(2) promote domestic industries in Cuba

(3) motivate Cubans to immigrate to the United States

(4) end the domination of the banana industry by Cuba
83. One goal of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society was to

(1) improve the quality of life for the poor

(2) privatize many government programs

(3) send additional troops to Vietnam

(4) reduce the number of nuclear weapons

88. In 1957, President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, to

(1) protect civil rights marchers

(2) help African Americans register to vote

(3) enforce a Supreme Court decision to

desegregate public schools

(4) end race riots resulting from a bus boycott
89. “Batista Driven from Power”

Bay of Pigs Invasion Fails”

U-2 Planes Reveal Soviet Missiles”

These headlines refer to the relationship between the United States and

(1) Canada (3) Mexico

(2) Cuba (4) Panama
90. One reason for the creation of the Peace Corps by President John F. Kennedy was to

(1) stop the spread of AIDS in Africa and Asia

(2) gain control of territory in Latin America

(3) provide workers for industrial nations

(4) give support to developing nations
91. A major goal of President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society program was to

(1) control economic inflation

(2) end poverty in the United States

(3) repeal several New Deal social programs

(4) return responsibility for welfare programs to the states
92. In Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) and Miranda v. Arizona (1966), the Supreme Court ruled that

persons convicted of crimes had been

(1) denied due process of law

(2) denied a speedy and public trial

(3) victimized by illegal search and seizure

(4) sentenced to cruel and unusual punishment



We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of that first revolution. Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans—born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage—and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world…

To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery, we pledge our best efforts to help them help themselves, for whatever period is required—not because the communists may be doing it, not because we seek their votes, but because it is right. If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.…

President John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961


6. According to this quotation, President Kennedy wanted to

(1) assert United States leadership in world

affairs

(2) follow a policy of neutrality

(3) adopt appeasement as a foreign policy

(4) abandon the policy of containment
7. Which foreign policy action by President Kennedy was intended to relieve the human suffering described in this quotation?

(1) creating the Peace Corps

(2) authorizing a naval blockade of Cuba

(3) meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna

(4) negotiating the Nuclear Test Ban Treat

12. A valid generalization about presidential

elections since 1960 is that

(1) campaign finance laws have reduced

spending by candidates

(2) most of the winning candidates have come from New England

(3) more than 90 percent of eligible voters have participated in each election

(4) candidates have used new forms of mass

media to reach voters
13. The Berlin airlift was used during the Cold War to

(1) rescue people fleeing West Germany

(2) prevent a communist takeover of Greece and Turkey

(3) overcome a blockade created by the Soviet Union

(4) support peacekeeping efforts by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
14. McCarthyism in the 1950s is most closely associated with

(1) claims that communists had infiltrated the federal government

(2) efforts to prevent pro-communist governments in Latin America

(3) formation of the Warsaw Pact

(4) passage of the Interstate Highway Act
15. Which action is the best example of the use of civil disobedience?

(1) passing the Voting Rights Act of 1965

(2) lobbying Congress to eliminate the poll tax

(3) attending a political rally in Iowa

(4) conducting sit-ins at restaurants in the South


21. The Cuban missile crisis was effectively ended when the

(1) Soviet Union agreed to withdraw weapons from Cuba

(2) Bay of Pigs invasion removed Fidel Castro from power

(3) Cuban authorities signed new trade agreements with the United States

(4) United States announced the formation of the Alliance for Progress
22. A result of the publication of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was that the

(1) Americans with Disabilities Act was passed

(2) 1964 Civil Rights Act was passed

(3) modern environmental movement gained

support

(4) consumer protection movement began
23. • Ralph Nader – Unsafe at Any Speed

Betty Friedan – The Feminine Mystique

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein – All the President’s Men

Which conclusion can best be drawn from the influence of these books?

(1) Authors often increase public awareness of significant issues.

(2) Writers often promote big business.

(3) Literary works often ignore controversial issues.

(4) Journalists often expose corrupt politicians.
24. “… And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.…”

President John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961



Which action by President John F. Kennedy was most consistent with the challenge included in this statement?

(1) forming the Peace Corps

(2) negotiating the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

(3) supporting the Bay of Pigs invasion

(4) visiting the Berlin Wall

28. Which statement about the Marshall Plan is most accurate?

(1) It was used to finance rearmament after

World War II.

(2) It was denied to all former World War II enemies.

(3) It was used to rebuild European nations after World War II.

(4) It was given to all African and Asian allies during the Cold War.
29. The Hungarian uprising of 1956, the U-2

incident, and the Cuban missile crisis led to

(1) military actions by the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO)

(2) increased tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union

(3) international efforts to control communist China

(4) creation of the Warsaw Pact
30. The United States Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren (1953–1969) made several landmark decisions that

(1) drew criticism for supporting States rights

(2) weakened the power of the federal

government

(3) strengthened the authority of the police

(4) increased the rights of individuals
31. The baby boom after World War II led directly to

(1) a decrease in spending for public education

(2) a return to a rural lifestyle

(3) an increased demand for housing

(4) a decrease in consumer spending

36. Which event was a result of the other three?

(1) sit-ins at whites-only lunch counters in

Greensboro, North Carolina

(2) Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on

Washington, D. C.

(3) signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

(4) bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama
37. …For the war against poverty will not be won here in Washington. It must be won in the field, in every private home, in every public office, from the courthouse to the White House…

~ President Lyndon B. Johnson, State of the Union Address, January 8, 1964

This statement expresses President Lyndon B. Johnson’s view that the

(1) federal government is solely responsible for the war on poverty

(2) court system must be held accountable for poverty

(3) problem of poverty is easily solved

(4) entire country must help fight poverty
38. One way in which the Supreme Court decisions in Mapp v. Ohio (1961), Gideon v. Wainwright (1963), and Miranda v. Arizona (1966) are similar is that each decision

(1) defined the rights of students in public

schools

(2) strengthened the role of the police in the

arrest process

(3) demonstrated the Court’s disapproval of

increasing crime rates

(4) expanded the constitutional rights of persons accused of crimes

“…With America’s sons in the fields far away, with America’s future under challenge right here at home, with our hopes and the world’s hopes for peace in the balance every day, I do not believe that I should devote an hour or a day of my time to any personal partisan causes or to any duties other than the awesome duties of this office—the Presidency of your country.



Accordingly, I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your President…”

~ President Lyndon B. Johnson, March 31, 1968
42. The decision announced in this speech was based primarily on the

(1) Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

(2) Growing violence in urban America

(3) Outbreak of terrorist attacks around the world

(4) Involvement of the United States in the

Vietnam War
43. “Security Council Approves Use of Force Against Communist Invaders”

President Truman Fires General MacArthur”

Armistice Divides Nation at 38th Parallel”

These headlines refer to which international conflict?

(1) World War I (3) Korean War

(2) World War II (4) Persian Gulf War
44. In the 1960s, which issue was the focus of the Supreme Court decisions in Mapp v. Ohio, Gideon v. Wainwright, and Miranda v. Arizona?

(1) freedom of the press

(2) racial segregation

(3) rights of the accused

(4) interstate commerce

This Government, as promised, has maintained the closest surveillance of the Soviet Military buildup on the island of Cuba. Within the past week, unmistakable evidence has established the fact that a series of offensive missile sites is now in preparation on that imprisoned island. The purpose of these bases can be none other than to provide a nuclear strike capability against the Western Hemisphere…”



~ President John F. Kennedy, October 22, 1962
48. Which action did President Kennedy take following this statement?

(1) urging Allied forces to remove Soviet

weapons from Cuba

(2) ordering a naval quarantine of Cuba

(3) breaking off diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union

(4) asking the United Nations to stop grain

shipments to the Soviet Union
49. The crisis described in this passage was resolved when

(1) Cuba became a capitalist nation

(2) the United States seized control of Cuba

(3) Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev met with President Kennedy

(4) the Soviet Union withdrew its missiles from Cuba
50. The Supreme Court cases of Gideon v.

Wainwright (1963) and Miranda v. Arizona

(1966) dealt with the constitutional principle of

(1) freedom of religion

(2) freedom from unreasonable search

(3) separation of powers

(4) rights of the accused

55. In the Truman Doctrine, President Harry Truman pledged to

(1) support Greece in its fight against communist aggression

(2) fight hunger in Africa and Asia

(3) strengthen the United States nuclear arsenal

(4) reject a policy of containment
56. Which factor is most closely associated with McCarthyism?

(1) buildup of Soviet missiles in Cuba

(2) fear of communist influence in the United States

(3) rise of the Communist Party in China

(4) creation of the Warsaw Pact by the Soviet Union
57. Which development is most closely associated with the belief in the domino theory?

(1) military involvement in Vietnam

(2) construction of the Berlin Wall

(3) signing of the nuclear test ban treaty

(4) end of the Korean War
58. Which development led to the other three?

(1) The United States government increased funding for science and math education.

(2) The Soviet Union launched the Sputnik satellite.

(3) A joint Soviet-American space mission was announced.

(4) President John F. Kennedy set the goal of landing a man on the Moon.
59. The development of the Marshall Plan and the formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) were part of President Harry Truman’s effort to

(1) end the Korean War

(2) limit the spread of communism

(3) provide aid to Asian nations

(4) promote an isolationist foreign policy
63. • Establishment of the Peace Corps

Bay of Pigs invasion

Cuban missile crisis

These events occurred during the presidency of

(1) John F. Kennedy

(2) Lyndon B. Johnson

(3) Richard Nixon

(4) Jimmy Carter
64. The Marshall Plan (1948–1952) was a United States effort to assist the nations of Europe by

(1) forming a strong military alliance

(2) providing economic aid

(3) sending United States troops to trouble spots

(4) continuing Lend-Lease aid to the Soviet

Union
65. “Martin Luther King Jr. Delivers ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech to Civil Rights Demonstrators in D.C.”

Rachel Carson Awakens Conservationists with Her Book, Silent Spring”

Cesar Chavez Organizes Migrant Farm Workers”

A valid conclusion based on these headlines is that

(1) individuals have a great impact on

movements for change

(2) social reforms progress faster with support

from big business

(3) the press discouraged efforts at reform in the 1960s

(4) mass movements often continue without

strong leaders

In 1961, James Farmer orchestrated and led the famous Freedom Rides through the South, which are renowned for forcing Americans to confront segregation in bus terminals and on interstate buses. In the spring of that year, James Farmer trained a small group of freedom riders, teaching them to deal with the hostility they were likely to encounter using nonviolent resistance. This training would serve them well…



~ Senator Charles Robb, “A Tribute to an American Freedom Fighter,” U.S. Senate
69. The principal goal of the activity described in this statement was to

(1) achieve racial integration of public facilities

(2) encourage change through violent means

(3) expand voting rights for African Americans

(4) force the president to send military troops into the South
70. The activities described in this statement helped lead to

(1) President Harry Truman’s order to

desegregate the military

(2) passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

(3) ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment

(4) a decision by the Supreme Court to integrate public schools
71. President Harry Truman’s order requiring loyalty checks and the Senate hearings led by Joseph McCarthy were both responses to

(1) excessive spending by the armed forces after World War II

(2) racial discrimination against African Americans

(3) fear of communist influence in government

(4) control of labor unions by known criminals

76. A goal of the Marshall Plan (1948) was

(1) rebuild Japan after World War II

(2) provide military aid to the Warsaw Pact

(3) establish a Pan-American military alliance system

(4) provide economic aid to European nations threatened by communism
77. Which heading is most appropriate for the partial outline below?

I.____________________________________

A. The House Un-American Activities

Committee

B. Loyalty review boards

C. Bomb shelters

D. Watkins v. United States (1957)

(1) Results of World War I

(2) The Cold War at Home

(3) Problems of Urbanization

(4) Reactions to Immigration
Whenever normal agencies prove inadequate to the task and it becomes necessary for the Executive Branch of the Federal Government to use its powers and authority to uphold Federal Courts, the President’s responsibility is inescapable.

In accordance with that responsibility, I have today issued an Executive Order directing the use of troops under Federal authority to aid in the execution of Federal law at Little Rock, Arkansas. This became necessary when my Proclamation of yesterday was not observed, and the obstruction of justice still continues…

~ President Dwight D. Eisenhower,

September 24, 1957

78. The situation described in this statement grew out of efforts to

(1) uphold the Voting Rights Act

(2) pass a constitutional amendment ending poll taxes

(3) enforce the decision in Brown v. Board of

Education of Topeka

(4) extend the Montgomery bus boycott to Little Rock

84. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was intended to end

(1) loyalty oaths for federal employees

(2) affirmative action programs in education

(3) unfair treatment of the elderly

(4) discrimination based on race or sex
You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to speak to an attorney, and to have an attorney present during any questioning. If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be provided for you at government expense.

~ www.usconstitution.net
85. The requirements included in this passage are part of the Supreme Court’s effort to protect the rights of

(1) individuals accused of crimes

(2) students from unreasonable searches

(3) defendants from double jeopardy

(4) criminals from cruel and unusual punishment
86. This passage resulted from which Supreme Court decision?

(1) Mapp v. Ohio (1961)

(2) Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)

(3) Miranda v. Arizona (1966)

(4) Tinker v. Des Moines (1969)
87. A major goal of the women’s movement over the past twenty years has been to gain

(1) full property rights

(2) the right to vote

(3) equal economic opportunity

(4) better access to Social Security

93. One similarity in the presidential administrations of Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson is that each

(1) maintained a foreign policy of neutrality

(2) expanded the power of the presidency

(3) removed Supreme Court Justices from office

(4) decreased the size of the military
94. During the early 1950s, the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy were criticized because he

(1) violated important constitutional liberties

(2) displayed racial prejudice in his questions

(3) opposed the use of loyalty oaths

(4) ignored evidence of Soviet spying
95. Which strategy did African-American students use when they refused to leave a “whites only” lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, in 1960?

(1) economic boycott

(2) hunger strike

(3) petition drive

(4) civil disobedience
96. United States involvement in the Vietnam War was based in part on a desire to

(1) prevent renewed Japanese expansionism in the Pacific

(2) assure access to an adequate supply of oil

from the Middle East

(3) contain communism in Southeast Asia

(4) protect American business interests in China





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