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14. After NATO was formed, it allowed West Germany to build up a military and join the organization. This created tension with the Soviets, who responded by A. building up military forces along the dividing line between East Germany and West Germany. B. sending a diplomatic team to convince West Germany to decline the invitation to join NATO. C. attacking the western part of Berlin, in hopes of making it part of East Germany. D. creating the Warsaw Pact, which formed a military alliance in Eastern Europe. 15. What event in 1950 created concern in the United States that Communism could spread to countries outside of Europe? A. The establishment of Soviet military outposts in Japan B. The Soviet invasion of Mongolia C. The alliance signed between China and the Soviet Union D. The deployment of Soviet nuclear arms to North Africa 16. Which of the following events expanded the Cold War into Asia? A. The formation of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) B. The fighting of the Korean War C. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan D. The movement of nuclear missiles from the U.S.S.R. into China. 17. What policy did President Eisenhower implement in response to continued Communist attempts to expand in the world? A. The Dulles Plan B. The ICBM Policy C. The Containment Principles D. The Eisenhower Doctrine 18. What event during Eisenhower’s administration strained relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, causing a scheduled summit meeting to be cancelled? A. The shooting down of an American spy plane flying over the U.S.S.R. B. The launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik C. The Soviet Union’s military cooperation in a rebellion in Hungary D. The Soviet Union’s discovery of an American covert operation to overthrow the Communist-supported leader in Guatemala 19. The Red Scare after 1945 began when a clerk in the Soviet Embassy in Ottawa, Canada, defected and A. started Project Verona, in an attempt to crack the Soviet spy code. B. revealed the names of 205 employees of the U.S. State Department who were Communist agents. C. turned over government documents proving that the Soviets were trying to infiltrate the U.S. government. D. testified before the U.S. Congress that an attack was to occur on the United States by the end of the year 20. Americans’ fear of Communism caused citizens to A. uncover possible Communists in the United States. B. learn more about Communism by attending party meetings to relieve their fears. C. apply for government jobs so they would not be accused of being Communists. D. avoid using their telephones for fear of being wiretapped. 21. How did Truman’s loyalty review program affect American society? A. It required all adults living in the United States to pass a test to prove they were not Communists. B. It created a complicated employment application process that affected working-age citizens. C. It validated the fear of some citizens that Communists worked in the United States government. D. It required adults to pledge loyalty to the United States as a requirement for voter registration. 22. The McCarran Act affected American society by A. requiring all government employees to sign a loyalty oath. B. requiring Communist organizations to make their records available to the public. C. imposing the death penalty on anyone convicted of espionage. D. authorizing the use of wiretaps to uncover suspected Communists. 23. Which of the following does not describe a way that American society was affected by the fear of Communism? A. Many Americans began to home-school their children for fear of a Soviet attack on public schools. B. An increase in political participation by some Americans in order to affect government policy. C. Many people planned and prepared ways to survive a nuclear attack from the Soviet Union. D. The theme of Communism appeared in popular culture, including television, movies, and plays. 24. Fear of Communism and a possible nuclear attack from the Soviet Union led some individuals in the United States to do what to protect their families? A. Train as part of a civilian military force designed to fight Communism B. Build fallout shelters behind their homes C. Form watch groups to uncover possible Communist activity in their neighborhoods D. Create backyard gardens to ensure their own food supply after a nuclear attack 25. How did Senator Joseph McCarthy affect American society? A. He created legislation that banned any further immigration from the Soviet Union into the United States. B. He was discovered to be a spy for the Soviet Union, and was censured by Congress. C. He represented society’s fear of Communism, through the congressional hearings he headed to determine whether or not a person was a Communist. D. He uncovered an extensive C

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