Chapter 27: The Eisenhower Years

  1. President Eisenhower's "modern Republicanism: can best be described as
    a general acceptance of the New Deal programs and a balanced budget
  2. John Foster Dulles' "new look" to U.S. foreign policy included all of the following EXCEPT
    recognizing the Communist government of China
  3. U.S. intervention in Iran in 1953 and in Guatemala in 1954 are examples of
    the use of covert action by the CIA
  4. "We declare that however acute the idealogical differences between the two systems-the socialist and the capitalist-we must solve questions in dispute among states not by war, but by peaceful negotiation."

    This statement by Nikita Khrushchev in 1957 expressed the idea of
    peaceful coexistance
  5. Which of the following represented a major crisis during Eisenhower's presidency?
    British, French, and Israeli invasion of Egypt
  6. In the case of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court ruled that
    racially segregated schools are inherently unequal and unconstitutional
  7. The Montegomery bus boycott and Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins are examples of
    protests agains segregation coming from the African American community
  8. During the 1950s, all of the following contributed to a more homogeneous culture EXCEPT
    the Beat generation
  9. The United States during the Eisenhower years was characterized by
    increased middle-class affluence
  10. All of the following represented a criticism of the society and conformity of the 1950s EXCEPT
    David Halberstam's The Best and the Brightest
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