Why did the United States go to war with North Vietnam? A. to defend it from China B. to end French rule *C. to stop the spread of communism* D. to help the nation win independence

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  1. Social Studies

    1. When did most nations in Southeast Asia gain independence from European powers? A. after the Cold War B.during the Japanese occupation C.before World War II D.during the Vietnam War* 2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War.

  2. Social Studies

    Which outcomes did the end of the Vietnam War have? Select all that apply. A. European powers colonized Indochina. B. South Vietnamese troops invaded the North. C. Vietnam united under a communist government.* D. U.S. troops withdrew from the country.* E.

  3. Social Studies

    1. When did most nations in Southeast Asia gain independence from European powers? A. after the Cold War B.during the Japanese occupation C.before World War II D.during the Vietnam War* 2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War.

  4. History

    Which reveals problems in South Vietnam during the early 1960s? a. The election of Ho Chi Minh to the presidency caused turmoil and disagreement. b. The corrupt President Ngo Dinh Diem was overthrown and assassinated. c. The Gulf of Tonkin attack led the

  5. History

    What role did the United States play in the Indochina War? A.The United States provided supplies and military observers to France. B.The United States sent financial aid to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam’s independence movement. C.The United States

  6. History

    What impact did the evacuation of American troops in Vietnam have on the United States? A.The fall of Saigon led Americans to believe that the containment policy could not be achieved. B.Americans feared that returning veterans would cause unemployment to

  7. SS

    1. When did most nations in Southeast Asia gain independence from European powers? A. after the Cold War B.during the Japanese occupation C.before World War II D.during the Vietnam War* 2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War.

  8. social studies

    Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 1. France colonizes Indochina. 2. Vietnamese communists declare independence.

  9. Social Studies

    what were some of the lasting effects of the Vietnam war?(2 answers) A.Hundreds of thousands of soldiers suffered physical and emotional pain* B.Americans were divided over whether the war was worth fighting* C.American soldiers helped solidify a lasting

  10. history):

    Which statement is true about the United States involvement in the Vietnam War? America trained the local army but sent no advisers, supplies, or soldiers. America sent advisers and supplies but no soldiers to Vietnam. America sent hundreds of thousands of

  11. History

    Why was Vietnam key to the US curbing communism in Asia? a. None of these answers. b. Vietnam and the US had strong economic ties. c. Vietnam was a major supplier of rice to the United States. d. Vietnam had a direct tie to Japan which the US had thus far

  12. Social Studies

    How did Florida become part of the United States? A- Florida was part of the settlement of the war of 1812 B-The United States declared war on Spain and Invaded Florida. C-The United States purchased Florida for $5 million from Spain to avoid war.*** D-The

  13. Social

    1.What was North Korea’s response to President George W. Bush’s 2001 threat to stop negotiations? A. North Korea immediately gave in to his list of conditions. B. North Korea resumed its nuclear program. C. North Korea sought the help of the United

  14. history

    What was the main reason that the United States became involved in the Vietnam conflict? A. The United States wanted to support France in its fight to retain its colonies in Southeast Asia. B. The United States had established an alliance with the

  15. Social studies

    Why was the cuban missile crisis significant? Cuba threatened to invade the united states It came close to starting a full scale nuclear war The United States almost fell under communist rule It promoted nuclear research in the soviet union Please help

  16. History

    How did the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affect the Vietnam War? 1.The resolution established a demilitarized zone at the 17th parallel. 2.North Vietnamese leaders agreed to discuss ending the Vietnamese War. 3.The United States became fully engaged in

  17. Social Studies HELP!!!

    After World War II, the United States fought in which of these wars in order to keep more countries in Asia from becoming communist? * 1 point A. the First Iraq War B. the French and Indian War C. the War in Afghanistan & the Gulf War D. the Korean War &

  18. History

    Read the paragraph. Following the Second World War (1939–1945), the United States worked to help rebuild the nations of Europe. The Marshall Plan offered more than $12 billion in aid. By 1952, industrial production and living standards in much of Europe

  19. Soc. Studies

    President Nixon’s Vietnamization policy emphasized that the United States must A.use any means necessary to end the war. B.open trade relations with a unified Vietnam. C.defeat communism in Vietnam to preserve other countries. D.empower South Vietnamese

  20. Social Studies

    1) The four major kinds of natural vegetation in the United States and Canada are tundra, grassland, desert scrub, and a. permafrost. b. forest. c. swamp. d. all of the above 2) Why is mining important to the economy of the United States? a. It employs

  21. Social Studies

    What was the reason the United States was drawn into a war in Vietnam? A.The United States was trying to stop European colonialism in the region. B.The United States wanted to compete with China for trade in the region. C.The United States was eager to

  22. social studies

    How did U.S. participation in World War I impact U.S. foreign policy in the decade immediately after the war? A) The United States joined the League of Nations. B) The United States strengthened its alliances in Latin America. C) The United States used the

  23. History

    In the examples of North and South Korea and North and South Vietnam, the United States chose a course of action that could best be described as __________. intervention imperialism diplomacy isolation I am having a very hard time figuring this out. I just

  24. history

    What was the U.S. response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? A. The United States launched a global war on terrorism. B. The United States pulled out all troops fighting in other countries. C. The United States held a world summit to best

  25. Social Studies

    Explain the causes of the conflict between North Vietnam and the United States. My answer is: US got involved in war in vietnam because it feared that a communist government would come to power. Is it right.

  26. Social Studies

    2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 4. France fights communist forces in Indochina. 5. France recognizes an

  27. social studies

    1. why was the Cuban missile crisis significant? a.) Cuba threaten to invade the United States. b.) it came close to starting a full scale nuclear war. c.) do United States almost fell under communist rule. d.) it promoted nuclear research in the Soviet

  28. History

    What effect did the space race have on the United States? The United States government revamped education. The United States Air Force established NASA as a division. The United States concentrated on developing radar. The United States built more bombers

  29. history

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policie? Can someone

  30. Social Studies

    NEED HELP FAST TEST STUDY GUIDE!!! Social Studies 7B – Unit 4 Lesson 8 Test Review – Postwar America Unit Test (All page numbers are based on the online textbook.) 1. How did the United States counter Soviet influence in Asia and Africa? (Topic 15 –

  31. History

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect

  32. history

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war? i'm so stuck on this quesiton, please

  33. Social Studies

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply. 1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided

  34. Social studies help please

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico’s civil war (select 2 answers) -Relations had weakened between United States and the new government**** -Mexico was unable to end war without US intervention*** -the United States provides troops to

  35. History

    Based on the quote, which conclusion can be made about the United States during World War II? The quote below was written during the 1940s: "The senselessness of all the inactive manpower. . . . [M]en who are able and willing to do all they can to lick the

  36. History

    Why did the United States go to war with North Vietnam? A. to defend it from China B. to end French rule C. to stop the spread of communism>> D. to help the nation win independence

  37. Social Studies

    Why did the United States go to war with North Vietnam? A. to defend it from China B. to end French rule *C. to stop the spread of communism* D. to help the nation win independence

  38. World History

    How did the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affect the Vietnam War? The resolution officially ended France’s imperialist claims to Vietnam. The United States became fully engaged in fighting in the Vietnam War. North Vietnamese leaders agreed to discuss ending

  39. American History

    Critics of American policy in Vietnam claimed all of the following except that a. the war was a civil conflict in which the United States had no part. b. the president had subverted the role of Congress in declaring war. c. the North Vietnamese Communists

  40. social studies

    Why did the United States go to war with North Vietnam?

  41. History

    What impact did the evacuation of American troops in Vietnam have on the United States? Some Americans feared that the success of the North Vietnamese would lead to an invasion of the United States. Many Americans became concerned that the loss of the

  42. social studies

    why did the French give up their control of their colony in Vietnam in 1954? 1) a bloody war with communist led by Ho Chi Minh 2) the entry of the United States into the war in Vietnam

  43. History

    What was the impact of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution? A. the war in Vietnam ended B. the American involvement in Vietnam escalated C. the vietcong launched the tet offensive D.the French turned over control of Vietnam to the United States I dont think its

  44. Social Studies

    2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 4. France fights communist forces in Indochina. 5. France recognizes an

  45. Social Studies

    2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 4. France fights communist forces in Indochina. 5. France recognizes an

  46. social studies

    When France gave up control of Vietnam in 1954, which group gained control of North Vietnam and which group took charge of South Vietnam? 1 Cambodian forces gained control of North Vietnam and Laotian forces took charge of South Vietnam 2 Communist forces

  47. social studies

    When France gave up control of Vietnam in 1954, which group gained control of North Vietnam and which group took charge of South Vietnam? 1 Cambodian forces gained control of North Vietnam and Laotian forces took charge of South Vietnam 2 Communist forces

  48. Social Studies

    Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 4. France fights communist forces in Indochina. 5. France recognizes an independent

  49. social studies

    Why did the United States go to war with North Vietnam? (could somebody right a short summary to explain why? This is NOT for a scratch pad assighnment I just would like a little summary about why the US went)

  50. SS

    In 1954, the French gave up control of their colony in Vietnam, primarily because of: A. A bloody war for independence fought by Communists under Ho Chi Minh. B. The entry of the United States into the war in Vietnam. C. Invasion by the Japanese. D.

  51. English

    Can you please check these sentences? Thank you very much. 1) Vietnam was divided into two parts after World War Two. North Vietnam was communist under the governement of Ho Chi Minh whereas South Vietnam was under control of the US. 2) The USA started to

  52. Social Studies

    Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 4. France fights communist forces in Indochina. 5. France recognizes an independent

  53. history

    determine wether or not each statement refers to the war in korea or the war in vietnam demonstration of willingness by the unites states to prevent communism expansion-korean war questioning by americans as to how far they are willing to go to fight

  54. ap us history

    criticize my ap us history dbq question that i made for a project During the 1960s, the united states moved from indirect into direct involvement in the vietnam war in order to stop the spread of communism. In light of the following documents and your

  55. social studies

    Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War. Put them in the correct order from the most distant past (at the top) to the most recent (at the bottom). 1. France colonizes Indochina. 2. Vietnamese communists declare independence.

  56. S.S.

    Which of the following occurred after the Vietnam war spread into Vietnam but before Vietnam was united under a communist government? A. Ho Chi Minh took leadership of the Vietcong. B. Richard Nixon resigned from office after the Watergate scandal. C. The

  57. Social Studies

    This is the only question I need help with! My answer for it is, C. Why was it important for the United States to maintain good relations with North Africa and Southwest Asia? The United States was looking to expand trade into the region. The manufacturing

  58. History

    Which of the following occurred after the Vietnam war spread into Vietnam but before Vietnam was united under a communist government? A. Ho Chi Minh took leadership of the Vietcong. B. Richard Nixon resigned from office after the Watergate scandal. C. The

  59. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Explain how the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affected the powers of Congress and the presidency. A: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorized the president to "take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against forces of the United States and to

  60. social studies

    Which of the following occurred after the Vietnam war spread into Vietnam but before Vietnam was united under a communist government? A. Ho Chi Minh took leadership of the Vietcong B. Richard Nixon resigned from office after the Watergate scandal C. The

  61. us history

    why did the anti-war protest hurt the united states during the Vietnam war?

  62. History

    1. 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

  63. S.S.

    7. After 1965, black civil rights leaders found it difficult to A. now support Hispanic rights in the United States. B. protest the Vietnam War. C. enforce the new laws in the South. D. achieve economic equality in the North. It's not B.

  64. history

    Which most accurately describes the Vietnam War? a. Communism spreading in Southeast Asia led to a power struggle between the superpowers that escalated into an ongoing bloody conflict. b. The French occupiers of Vietnam allied with Communist Chinese

  65. Social

    Explain the causes of the conflict between North Vietnam and the United States.

  66. American Government

    What was the name of the nonmilitary struggle between the United States and its allies (anti-Communists) and the former Soviet Union and its allies (Communists) that began shortly after World War II and continued through the 1980s? a. Cold War. b.

  67. U.S. History (Check) (Reed)

    1. When the Vietnam War ended... a) Many Americans wanted to return and win b) Many Vietnamese wanted to leave the county for the safety of America c) Many people still trusted the government and its decisions A: b? 2. Roughly how many soldiers were killed

  68. 8th grade

    Suppose that the veterans of the Korean War and the veterans of WWII are mutually exclusive. Together, the veterans of the Korean War and the veterans of WWII, account for X% of the veterans in the United States in 2009. The number of veterans of the

  69. HISTORY

    which of the following made the Vietnam war from the united states previous military involvements?

  70. us history

    did antiwar protests help or hurt the united states during the Vietnam War? i have no idea!!

  71. History

    Which is one way the Vietnam War differed from other United States military involvements? A. The decade following the war was economically prosperous. B. There were higher number of American military casualties C. The sole focus of the war was to contain

  72. Social Studies

    1. The United States fought in World War II to defeat dictators and preserve democracy. In this fight to defend democracy, however, the United States denied democracy to some of its own citizens. Describe how it happened and who was denied rights.

  73. hist/175

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies? Why?

  74. history

    •Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies? Why?

  75. history

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies?

  76. Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(Civics)

    In the examples of North and South Korea and North and South Vietnam, the United States chose a course of action that could best be described as __________. Intervention Imperialism Diplomacy*** Isolation

  77. Social Studies

    Why was the americans attack on manila harbor in the philippines important for a quick american victory in the spanish american war? The United States relied on war supplies from Asia and securing the Philippines protected those. The United States was able

  78. Social studies

    why was the americans attack on manila harbor in the philippines important for a quick american victory in the spanish american war? The United States relied on war supplies from Asia and securing the Philippines protected those.••• The United States

  79. social studies

    1. When did most nations in Southeast Asia gain independence from European powers? A. after the Cold War B. during the Japanese occupation C. before World War II D. during the Vietnam War 2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War.

  80. history

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect

  81. History

    How did the United States become involved in the French colony of Vietnam following World War II? Could somebody please answer this in a couple sentences?

  82. History

    "Americans had decided how to rule their new territories. When the war with Spain began, the United States pledged to "leave the government and control of cuba to its people." In what way did the United States fail to keep the promise referred to in this

  83. Please help me with socail studies

    1. When did most nations in Southeast Asia gain independence from European powers? A. after the Cold War B.during the Japanese occupation C.before World War II D.during the Vietnam War* 2. Drag and drop events in Indochina leading up to the Vietnam War.

  84. U.S. History

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war?

  85. History

    Why was Vietnam key to the US taming communism in Asia? a) None of these answers b) Vietnam and the US had strong economic ties that both countries allocated throughout other countries in Asia. c) Vietnam was a major supplier of rice into the United

  86. SOCIALS, (Canada confederation)

    1. List in order of importance three ways the United States was a factor in the canadian Confederation. defend your choices with examples 2. explain the concept of manifest destiny. how much of a threat to British North America was the United States? 3.

  87. Social Studies

    I would appreciate it if you guys could help me, even if you don't tell the whole answer and just a hint. Thank you! 2. Why was it important for the United States to maintain good relations with North Africa and Southwest Asia? A. The United States was

  88. History

    Could someone please tell me if I have answered the question? What were the US cold war policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940s to the mid 1950s? During the late 1940’s and 1950’s the tensions were greater than before

  89. History help

    Could someone please tell me if I have answered the question? What were the US cold war policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940s to the mid 1950s? During the late 1940’s and 1950’s the tensions were greater than before

  90. History

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and

  91. History

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and

  92. World History B

    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A) At the threat of an invasion from the Soviet Union, the non-Communist leader in South Vietnam resigned in favor of Communist

  93. Life Since the 1950s

    Spread of Independence Between 1945 and 1962, many nations in Asia and Africa achieved freedom from Western influence. After WWII, many Jews returned to Israel, their Jewish homeland. Palestinian Arabs resisted this “invasion.” In 1947, the United

  94. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    In the examples of North America and South Vietnam, the united states chose a course of action that could best be described as____________. Intervention*** Imperialism Diplomacy Isolation

  95. CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS

    1 star* at the end of each question and multiple stars*** at the end of my answer 1. Which laws called for strict separation of the races in the South? * anti-discrimination laws Plessy v. Ferguson laws Jim Crow laws**** Boycott Laws 2. All of the

  96. History

    1)Why might the US have been concerned early in the war about China's attitude toward US involvenemt on the south side of vietnam? 2) What might have been the effect on the vietnam war if the border of Laos had been closed and N. Vietnam had not been able

  97. History

    What new idea about the role of the United States in the world emerged as a result of World War II? A:Only a return to U.S. isolationism could prevent future conflicts. B:U.S. prosperity hinged on the world peace and economic development C:The war had

  98. Social Studies

    1.What was North Korea’s response to President George W. Bush’s 2001 threat to stop negotiations? A. North Korea immediately gave in to his list of conditions. B. North Korea resumed its nuclear program. C. North Korea sought the help of the United

  99. Social Studies

    1.What was North Korea’s response to President George W. Bush’s 2001 threat to stop negotiations? A. North Korea immediately gave in to his list of conditions. B. North Korea resumed its nuclear program. C. North Korea sought the help of the United

  100. Social Studies

    1.What was North Korea's response to president George W. Bush's 2001 threat to stop negotiations? A.North Korea immediately gave into his list of conditions B.North Korea resumed to nuclear program C.North Korea sought the help of the United National

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