SHANK FOREIGN POLICY STUDY GUIDE.5 ANSWERS
A1.† A method created by the framers to avoid concentration of power in one personís
A2.† Separation of powers allows each branch (legislative, executive and judicial) to
††††††† check the powers of the other branch.
A3.† The framers designed separation of powers so the president would have to ask
††††††† Congress to declare war.†
A4.† Article I.
A5.† Article II.
A7.† President Truman.
A8.† President Kennedy.
B1.† The purpose for this act was for the president to consult and seek approval from
††††††† Congress before sending U.S. troops overseas into hostile situations.
B4.† Vietnam War.
B5.† 60 days.
B6.† He must ask and explain his purpose for requesting an extension.
B7.† Presidents Nixon through Clinton.
B8.† They believed it was an intrusion of their constitutional power to act as commander
††††††† in chief.
C1.† The Constitution.
C2.† Commander in Chief of the armed forces.
C3.† North Korea.
C4.† South Korea.
C5.† President Truman.
C6.† North Korea.
C7.† United Nations.
C8.† To unite North and South Korea under Communist rule.
C9.† President Truman.
D1.† President Eisenhower.
D2.† Eisenhower Doctrine.
D3.† President Eisenhower.
D4.† They were requesting help from Communist threats.
E1.† President Kennedy.
E2.† Soviet Union.
E3.† Cuban Missile Crisis.
E4.† He felt that secrecy and quick decisiveness was needed to convince the Soviets to
††††††† stop arming Cuba with nuclear missiles.
F1.† Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.
F2.† President Johnson.
F3.† South Vietnam.
F4.† North Vietnam.
F6.† They wanted U.S. to withdraw troops and end the war in Vietnam.
F7.† North Vietnam.
F8.† Communist party.
G1.† Cold War.
G3.† President Ford.
G4.† President Carter.
G5.† Rescue U.S. hostages in Iran.
G6.† President Reagan.
H1.† Cold War.
H2.† U.S. did not want Iran to spread its radical Islamic theology.
H3.† Ayatollah Khomeini.
H4.† Saddam Hussein.
H7.† President Bush.
H8.† The war against Iraq (U.S. Persian Gulf War).
J2.† 18 U.S. Army Rangers were killed.
J3.† President Clinton.
J5.† NATO air strikes.