U.S. CONTAINMENT POLICY.4 ANSWERS

 

A.

A1. President Truman

A2. World War II

A3. Over four decades

A4. Eight

A5. Military and Economic

A6. Stalin

A7. American democracy

A8. Its eventual break-up

 

B.

 

B1. Secretary of State Dean Acheson

B2. Secretary of State

B3. North Korea - the Democratic People's Republic

B4. Yes

B5. Yes

B6. North Korea

B7. China

B8. To take over and control all of Korea

B9. The Republic of Korea

B10. Yes

 

C.

 

C1. The Eisenhower Doctrine

C2. The U.S.

C3. Yes

C4. Yes

C5. President Kennedy

C6. No

C7. Yes

C8. No

C9. No

C10. No

 

D.

 

D1. Yes

D2. North Vietnam

D3. The U.S. under Nixon

D4. Henry Kissinger

D5. China and the Soviet Union

D6. The U.S. under Nixon

D7. The U.S. under Nixon

D8. President Nixon

D9. North Vietnam

D10. President Ford

D11. No

D12. No

D13. North Vietnam

 

E.


E1. The Soviet Union

E2. Khrushchev

E3. President Kennedy

E4. The Soviet Union

E5. The Allies

E6. To keep East Berliners and others trying to escape from communist control

from entering West Berlin.

E7. The Soviet Union's Iron Curtain

E8. The Iron Curtain

 

F.

 

F1. President Reagan

F2. Its economy would collapse

F3. A policy allowing political debate and criticism within the Soviet Union.

F4. A policy of encouraging individual enterprise and the decentralization

of the Soviet administration.

F5. Gorbachev

F6. Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, and East Germany

F7. No

F8. Democratic

F9. No

F10. The containment policy

F11. Yes

F12. 1989

F13. 1989

F14. Bush