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3. In order to try to gain control over West Berlin, the Soviet Union

*A.) set up a total blockade cutting off that section of the city.

B.) threatened the section of the city with troops and tanks.

C.) operated a massive airlift to bring in needed supplies.

*D.) went to the United Nations and demanded control of that section of the city.

4. In China’s civil war, the United States backed

*A.) the Communists, led by Jiang Jieshi.

B.) the Communists, led by Mao Zedong.

C.) the Nationalists, led by Mao Zedong.

D.) the Nationalists, led by Jiang Jieshi.

5. How did the American public view General MacArthur after President Truman fired him?

*A.) They still saw him as a hero.

B.) They thought he was a traitor.

C.) They were angry that he had miscalculated in the war.

D.) They thought he was too old to still be on active duty.

6. After President Eisenhower withdrew his offer to fund the Aswan Dam, Egyptian President Nasser

A.) turned to the Soviet Union for the money.

B.) nationalized the Suez Canal.

*C.) attacked the United States.

D.) closed the Suez Canal.

7. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged, convicted, and executed specifically for

A.) being members of the communist party.

*B.) violating the Smith Act.

C.) passing secrets about nuclear science to the Soviets.

D.) being subversive and disloyal Americans.

I have no idea if I got these right.

Thank you very much

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    3. Is your answer A or D?

    4, Wrong

    5. Right

    6. Wrong

    7. Wrong

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    3.) D Thank You

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    3 is not D.

    20% correct indicates that you have not read your assignments.

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    Is it A?

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    Yes, 3 is A.

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    thank you...

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