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1) Throughout most of the 1930s, the United States was unwilling to commit itself to working with other countries to restore stability to the world. This attitude was reflected in its foreign policy of... a. internationalism b. isolationism c. containment d. globalism e. flexible response 2) By the beginning of 1944, the production of American industry for military needs was... a. supplying more than the government needed b. failing to meet allied needs c. under the complete control of a single government superagency d. evenly divided between large corporations and small businesses e. controlled by the CIO 3) During 1942, the United States launched its first major effort against the Germans when it... a. sent troops to prevent the Germans from using oil fields inside the Soviet Union b. invaded Italy in an effort to open a second front in Europe c. worked with the British in launching a major offensive in North America d. used political and economic pressure to persuade Spain to withdraw from its alliance with Germany e. broke through German defenses surround the Soviet Union 4) During World War II, the majority of Americans experienced... a. a continuance of job shortages and a struggling economy b. profound changes in the social and political structure of their country c. massive destruction in many of the military installations in the United States d. serious shortages of food, medicine, shelter, and other necessities of life e. a decline in their incomes 5) World War II began when Britain and France declared war on Germany after its invasion of... a. the Soviet Union b. Czechoslovakia c. Austria d. Poland e. Holland 6) From 1936 to 1938, Great Britain and France responded to Germany’s occupation of various countries in Europe by... a. committing military forces to defend Czechoslovakia b. establishing a military alliance with the Soviet Union c. pursuing a policy of giving Adolf Hitler what he wanted d. threatening to go to war immediately if Hitler did not stop his aggressions e. stating that German aggression aided European stability 7) During World War II, the first important Allied victory in the Pacific occurred... a. in the Philippines b. at the Battle of the Bulge c. on Guadalcanal Island d. at the Battle of Coral Sea e. on the island of Okinawa 8) One area in which the Allies had superior technological quality was... a. in the success of creating effective code-breaking technology b. in building better artillery guns than the Germans c. in designing fighter-bombers, a style of plane the Germans did not posses d. in producing a more durable helmet for infantry men e. in building more powerful tanks than the Germans had 9) The bombing at Pearl Harbor... a. Made allies of the United States and Germany b. Destroyed American military might c. Caused FDR’s defeat in the 1940 election d. Caused the depression to deepen in the United States e. Provoked the United States to declare war on Japan 10) For African- Americans, World War II led to a significant decrease in... a. factory jobs for those in Northern cities b. their numbers in the armed forves c. the number willing to accept a status of second- class citizens d. racial tensions in Northern cities e. segregation in the Deep South 11) At the Washington Conference of 1921, the United States proposed and obtained a treaty to... a. prevent a naval arms race among the major world powers b. guarantee world peace for the next few decades c. require Germany to surrender its colonial empire d. prevent Japanese dominance in the Pacific e. limit the stockpiling of arms by Germany 12) During World War II, Mexican Americans experienced... a. a decrease in the number of farm jobs available to them b. the successful passage of civil rights bill c. the loss of a significant number of factory jobs d. a sudden shrinkage of their neighborhoods in some western cities e. a small number of violent clashes between them and Anglo-Aerican residents of the West 13) When the Roosevelt administration pursued a new policy toward Latin America in the 1930s, it pledged to... a. send economic aid to the area b. decrease American exports to the area c. give up the use of military force in the region d. reduce American economic presence in the region e. forgive all previous debts 14) Compared with women who worked outside the home before 1939, the new working women of World War II were more likely to be... a. engaged in heavy industrial work b. employed in rural areas c. single rather than married d. younger than in the past e. mothers of preschool children

Asked By: daisy k - 4/8/2012
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