American History II Final Exam

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  1. Despite Fears of a return to an economic depression or recession, by January 1946, U.S. factories had converted to peacetime manufacturing, and the U.S. unemployment rate stayed between 3% and 4% until the Spring of 1949.

    A) U.S. Post-War Boom
    B) Export Trade Boom
    C) 22nd Amendment
    D) Inflation
    A) U.S. Post-War Boom
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. 4.5 Million union workers went on strike 4,700 times demanding higher wages after World War II ended.

    A) 1946 Tax Cut
    B) Containment
    C) 1949-1950 Economic Recession
    D) Strikes
    D) Strikes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. When the U.S. Government ended the wartime price controls, Shortages ended, but prices for most rose sharply.

    A) Recession
    B) Containment
    C) Inflation
    D) Iron Curtain
    C) Inflation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The (G.I. bill of rights) This gave WWII Veterans priority for many jobs, free 4 year education or job training, 52 weeks of unemployment benefits, and low-interest loans to start businesses or buy homes or farms.

    A) Servicemen's Readjustment Act
    B) Taft-Hartley Act
    C) Truman Doctrine
    D) Marshall Plan
    A) Servicemen's Readjustment Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. With full employment during most of the 18 years after WWII, there were a record number of marriages and a huge increase in the number of children born which fueled a record number of new schools being built.

    A) 1949-1950 Economic Recession
    B) Post-War Baby Boom
    C) National Security Act
    D) Taft-Hartely Act
    B) Post-War Baby Boom
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. In September 1946, Congress cut taxes by 6 billion which helped increase corporate investment in new factories and equipment, and caused a huge spending increase for new homes, autos and appliances ($140 billion In U.S. bank accounts Dec. 1945)

    A) Cold War
    B) Selective Service Act
    C) 1946 Tax Cut
    D) Inflation
    C) 1946 Tax Cut
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. (1940 – 1946) With little competition from nations whose factories were in ruins from war, the U.S. trade surplus continued to flourish, with companies exporting consumer products after the war ended, as well as food.

    A) Marshall Plan
    B) Export Trade Boom
    C) U.S. Post-War Boom
    D) 1949-1950 Economic Recession
    B) Export Trade Boom
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. For the first time since 1930, Republicans won majorities in the U.S. senate (51 – 45) and in the U.S. House of Representatives (246 – 1884)

    A) 1952 U.S. Elections
    B) Democrats
    C) 1946 U.S. Midterm Elections
    D) 1948 U.S. Elections
    C) 1946 U.S. Midterm Elections
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. (June 23, 1947) Congress overrode Truman’s veto, and this act became law, barring the closed shop (a workplace where only union members could be hired) and permitting the president to call a 60 day cooling off period to delay any strike that might endanger national safety or health.

    A) Servicemen's Readjustment Act
    B) Taft-Hartley Act
    C) Selective Service Act
    D) National Security Act
    B) Taft-Hartley Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Passed by congress in 1947 and ratified by the states February 26, 1951, it limited all U.S. Presidents, after Truman, to only two four – year terms as President, except for a Vice President becoming president who could serve no more than 10 years.

    A) 22nd Amendment
    B) 21st Amendment
    C) 23rd Amendment
    D) 20th Amendment
    A) 22nd Amendment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. (1946 – 1991) In February 1946, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin warned publicly that “there can be no lasting peace with capitalism”. This began the era where the U.S. and its allies used diplomatic, economic, and military measures to halt the spread of communism in the world.

    A) Europe
    B) Iran
    C) Cold War
    D) Inchon
    C) Cold War
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. (1946) U.S. diplomat to the Soviet Union and an expert in Russian History and Foreign Policy, who warned the U.S. state department in a 16 – page telegram that Russia (Soviet Union 1917 – 1991) had always looked for opportunities to expand
    its territory when the opportunities occurred. He also stated that WWII had only been a brief truce between the Soviet Union and the Western Republics. (The Long Telegram)

    A) Dean Acheson
    B) George Kennan
    C) Werner Von Braun
    D) Earl Warren
    B) George Kennan
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. In 1947, Kennan wrote the “Mr. X” article to the American Foreign policy journal that the only way to deal with Soviet expansion was “a long – term patient but firm and vigilant containment of Russian expansive tendencies.”

    A) Containment
    B) Iron Curtain
    C) National Security Act
    D) Cold War
    A) Containment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. (1946) Truman and British prime minister Clement Attlee threatened to send U.S. and British armed forces to this country unless the Soviet Union removed its troops from that nation. Stalin withdrew soviet troops.

    A) French-Endo China
    B) Korea
    C) Iran
    D) Europe

    a) Iran
    b)
    C) Iran
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. (March 5, 1946) Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill went to Westminster college in Fulton, Missouri with Truman and made a speech, warning that the Soviet Union had forced communist governments on all of the Eastern European nations its armed forces had taken near the end of WWII. Churchill also called for a military alliance of the Western European nations, the U.S. and Canada to oppose Soviet expansion and threats.

    A) Korean War
    B) Truman Doctrine
    C) National Security Act
    D) Iron Curtain
    D) Iron Curtain
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. (March 12, 1947) President Truman asked congress to approve $400 million in economic
    and military aid to help Greece and Turkey resist communists trying to take over or gain bases. Truman stated “It must be the policy of the U.S. to support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressure.” Congress overwhelmingly passed the funding.

    A) Refugee Admission Bill
    B) Taft-Hartley Act
    C) NSC-68
    D) Truman Doctrine
    D) Truman Doctrine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. (September 18, 1947) Congressional law unifying the U.S. Armed forces under a single department of defense, creating the national Security Council (NSC) and the central intelligence Agency (CIA).

    A) Communist Control Act
    B) North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    C) National Security Act
    D) Selective Service Act
    C) National Security Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. (June 5, 1947) U.S. Secretary of state George Marshall made a speech at Harvard University asking Congress to approve spending $12.5 billion to rebuild the economies of Europe to prevent communists from gaining control of more nations.
    Congress passed it April 3, 1948.

    A) Dean Acheson
    B) Europe
    C) Truman Doctrine
    D) Marshall Plan
    D) Marshall Plan
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. (When the Soviet Union cut off land and river access to west Berlin on June 21, 1948, the U.S. and British air forces began transporting food, coal and other goods to West Berlin June 26, 1948 – July 8, 1949 after the communists ended the
    blockade on May 12, 1949.

    A) Transportation Act
    B) Atlas
    C) Berlin Airlift
    D) Operation Flying Eagle
    C) Berlin Airlift
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. (June 24, 1948) Congress restored the draft. All U.S. men 18 – 25 years old had to register, and men 19 years old and older could be drafted for up to 21 months. A peacetime U.S. Armed force of 2 million was authorized.

    A) Korean War
    B) Selective Service Act
    C) Communist Control Act
    D) National Security Act
    B) Selective Service Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Who won the U.S. Presidential Elections on November 2, 1948?

    A) Dwight Eisenhower
    B) Thomas Dewey
    C) Strom Thurmond
    D) Harry Truman
    D) Harry Truman
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. (April 4, 1949) 12 nations, including the U.S. and Canada signed this defensive alliance treaty which the U.S. senate ratified on July 21, 1949. An armed force against one or more member nations shall be considered an attack against them all.

    A) North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    B) All For One Act
    C) United Nations
    D) Korean War
    A) North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. U.S. unemployment rose during 1949 and the first half of 1950.

    A) 1946 Tax Cut
    B) Servicemen's Readjustment Act
    C) 1949-1950 Economic Recession
    D) U.S. Post-War Boom
    C) 1949-1950 Economic Recession
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. The Soviet Union secretly and successfully tested its first atomic bomb on August 29, 1949. President Truman was informed about it by a U.S. air force testing sample in late September and informed the U.S. media on September 23, 1949.

    A) Soviet Missile Crisis
    B) Korean War
    C) Soviet Atomic Bomb
    D) Cuban Missile Crisis
    C) Soviet Atomic Bomb
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. By the end of 1949 the Chinese communist Army forced the Nationalist Chinese to evacuate the mainland for Formosa (Taiwan) and Mao Zedong became the Chinese dictator until 1976.

    A) Korean War
    B) Korean Armistice
    C) Communist China
    D) Inchon
    C) Communist China
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. The first was successfully tested on November 1, 1952 at a remote Pacific island that was uninhabited (Elugalab in Eniwetok Atoll) that produced a blast of 10.8 megatons.

    A) USS George Washington
    B) USS Nautilus
    C) Castle Bravo
    D) U.S. Hydrogen Bomb
    D) U.S. Hydrogen Bomb
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. U.S. Secretary of state from 1949 – 1953. After the U.S. and Soviet Union removed their troops from Korea in 1949, announced in early 1950 that South Korea and Taiwan were outside the U.S. defense perimeter in the Pacific.

    A) Dean Acheson
    B) Ethel Rosenburg
    C) Julius Rosenburg
    D) John Von Neumann
    A) Dean Acheson
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. (June 25, 1950 – July 27, 1953) Communist North Korean armies invaded South Korea. Truman ordered General MacArthur to command United Nations forces (Mostly U.S. and South Korean – 75%) to push the communists out of South Korea.

    A) Korean Armistice
    B) Korean Invasion
    C) Korean War
    D) Inchon
    C) Korean War
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. (September 15, 1950) General MacArthur commanded a surprise U.S. landing at _______ , South Korea, near the capital of Seoul which was liberated along with all of South Korea by the end of September 1950.

    A) Busan
    B) Ulsan
    C) Inchon
    D) Seoul
    C) Inchon
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. (April 1950) The U.S. National security council recommended secretly to president Truman that the U.S. greatly increase defense spending after the Korean war started, Truman convinced congress to increase the defense budget by the end of 1950. It tripled defense spending to $50 billion and intended on keeping a large permanent U.S. armed forces to stop communist aggression anywhere in the world.

    A) NSC-68
    B) National Security Act
    C) U.S. Defense Act
    D) U.S. Post-War Boom
    A) NSC-68
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. (June 27, 1950) Truman ordered 35 U.S. military advisors to go to help the French defeat a communist war in what later became Vietnam Guerrilla , Cambodia, and Laos.

    A) North Korea
    B) South Korea
    C) Japan
    D) French Endo China
    D) French Endo China
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. (June 19, 1953) Convicted in 1951 for receiving U.S. atomic secrets and passing them on to the Soviet Union, and sentenced to death. The U.S. Supreme Court upheld their conviction and Presidents Truman and Eisenhower refused to commute their sentences to life.

    A) Werner Von Braun
    B) Earl Warren
    C) Dean Acheson
    D) Ethel and Julius Rosenburg
    D) Ethel and Julius Rosenburg
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. Who won the 1952 U.S. Elections?

    A) Adlai Stevenson
    B) Thomas Dewey
    C) Dwight Eisenhower
    D) Harry Truman
    C) Dwight Eisenhower
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. (July 27, 1953) The new boundary between North and South Korea is where the two sides cease fire. Thousands of Chinese and North Korean soldiers who were captured choose to become citizens of South Korea. 23 U.S. soldiers who were captured
    choose to become citizens of China or North Korea.

    A) Refugee Admission Bill
    B) Korean War
    C) Korean Armistice
    D) Liberation of Korea
    C) Korean Armistice
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. (September 1956) Former German rocket scientist who immigrated to the U.S. in 1945 and was the scientific team leader who developed and successfully tested the first rocket into space that orbited the Earth. (U.S. Army) On January 31, 1958, his team launched the first U.S. Earth orbiting satellite (Explorer I). His team later designed the Saturn 5 rocket that took U.S. astronauts to the moon and back safely (July 1969).

    A) Conrad Stalin
    B) Werner Von Braun
    C) John Von Neuman
    D) Earl Warren
    B) Werner Von Braun
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. He Immigrated to the U.S. from Hungary and developed the basic design for modern
    computers that greatly reduced their size, while greatly increasing their output. His work also reduced the size of U.S. missiles and nuclear warheads while at the same time, greatly increasing their output. His work also reduced
    the size of U.S. missiles and nuclear warheads while, at the same time, greatly increased their range and power.

    A) John Von Neumann
    B) Werner Von Braun
    C) Earl Warren
    D) Conrad Stalin
    A) John Von Neumann
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. (1945) Because of the Devastation of their economies and near bankruptsy of their treasuries because of World War II, most nations began giving their overseas colonies independence.

    A) China
    B) Korea
    C) Soviet Union
    D) Europe
    D) Europe
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. (July 30, 1953) Created by congress and signed by Eisenhower, it replaced the former Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

    A) Banks
    B) Internal Revenue Service
    C) Servicemen's Readjustment Act
    D) Small Business Administration
    D) Small Business Administration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. (August 7, 1953) Signed into law by Eisenhower,
    this allowed an additional 214,000 refugees from nations that had become communist to become U.S. citizens.

    a) Refugee Admission Bill
    b) Communist Control Act
    c) Civil Rights Act of 1957
    d) Butler vs. Michigan
  40. a) Refugee Admission Bill
  41. (October 5, 1953) When U.S. Supreme Court
    justice Frederick Vinson (63) died on September 8, 1953, Eisenhower nominated California Governor ____ ______ to be the new chief justice. He was confirmed by the U.S. senate March 1, 1954.

    A) Earl Warren
    B) Joseph McCarthy
    C) Gary Powers
    D) Dean Acheson
    A) Earl Warren
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. (January 21, 1954) the first nuclear powered submarine was launched.

    A) Castle Bravo
    B) U.S.S. George Washington
    C) U.S.S. Nautilus
    D) Atlas
    C) U.S.S. Nautilus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. (March 1, 1954) the first hydrogen bomb that could be carried by bomber was successfully tested in the Pacific at 15 megatons (750 times the size of the Hiroshima bomb).

    A) NSC-68
    B) Atlas
    C) Castle Bravo
    D) U.S.S. Nautilus
    C) Castle Bravo
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. (May 13, 1954) Signed into law by Eisenhower, the U.S. and Canada agreed to widen the __. ________ _____ in order to open the Great Lakes to ocean going ships.

    A) St. Lawrence Seaway Develpment Act
    B) Pearl Harbor
    C) The Black River
    D) Canveral Canal Seaway Act
    A) St. Lawrence Seaway Develpment Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. (May 12, 1954) The U.S. Supreme Court rules 9-0 that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.

    A) Public Places Desegregation
    B) Butler v. Michigan
    C) Desegregation for Interstate Travel
    D) Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka Kansas
    D) Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka Kansas
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. (August 24, 1954) This virtually outlaws the U.S. communist party, and denied certain civil rights to communists and communist front organizations.

    A) Communist Korea
    B) Communist China
    C) Communist Control Act
    D) Communist Soviet Union
    C) Communist Control Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. (September 8, 1954) The U.S., Britain, France, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines and Thailand join together for mutual defense in Asia and the Pacific. Taiwan, South Korea, and South Vietnam joined soon afterward.

    A) South East Asia Treaty Organization
    B) Korean Armistice
    C) United Nations
    D) French Endo China
    A) South East Asia Treaty Organization
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. remained the majority (or plurality) political party in both the U.S. senate and the U.S. House of Representatives from January 1955 – January 1995.

    A) Democrats
    B) Republicans
    C) Independent
    A) Democrats
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. (December 2, 1954) Republican U.S. senator from Wisconsin was censored by the U.S. Senate
    67 – 22 for falsely claiming that the U.S. Army was allowing communists to become recruits. All of his charges against the Army had been dismissed in a senate report August 31.

    A) Gary Powers
    B) Earl Warren
    C) Dean Acheson
    D) Joseph McCarthy
    D) Joseph McCarthy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. (November 7, 1955) The U.S. Supreme court (9-0) ordered the desegregation of all U.S. public parks, playgrounds, and public golf courses.

    A) Butler v. Michigan
    B) Desegregation for Interstate Travel
    C) Public Places Desegregation
    D) Civil Rights act of 1957
    C) Public Places Desegregation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. (November 25, 1955) The U.S. Interstate commerce Commission ordered an end to racial segregation on interstate trains and buses effective January 10, 1956.

    A) Desegregation for Interstate Travel
    B) Butler v. Michigan
    C) Civil Rights act of 1957
    D) Public Places Desegregation
    A) Desegregation for Interstate Travel
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  52. (December 1, 1955) Black woman in Montgomery, Alabama who refused to give up her seat on a local bus to a white man. The NAACP sued in federal court.

    A) Rosa Parks
    B) Nikita Khrushchev
    C) Harriet Tubman
    A) Rosa Parks
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. (December 5, 1955 – April 4, 1968) Montgomery, Alabama pastor who was chosen to lead a bus boycott that lasted until the U.S. Supreme Court (9-0) ordered an end to the segregation of local transportation on December 13, 1956.

    A) Fidel Castro
    B) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    C) Gary Powers
    D) Robert Kennedy
    B) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. (January 3, 1959) was admitted to the Union as the 49th state.

    A) California
    B) Alaska
    C) Hawaii
    D) Nebraska
    B) Alaska
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. (August 21, 1959) was admitted to the union as the 50th state.

    A) Alaska
    B) Nebraska
    C) Hawaii
    D) California
    C) Hawaii
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  56. (September 15-27, 1959) The Soviet Premier toured the U.S. and met President Eisenhower for two days at Camp David.

    A) Fidel Castro
    B) Gary Powers
    C) Nikita Khrushchev
    D) Conrad Stalin
    C) Nikita Khrushchev
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  57. (May 1, 1960) U.S. Air force pilot whose U-2 spy plane was shot down over Soviet Union.

    A) George Kennan
    B) Gary Powers
    C) Joseph McCarthy
    D) Earl Warren
    B) Gary Powers
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. (May 20, 1960) U.S. Intercontinental Ballistic missile (ICBM) was successfully tested, fired from Cape Canaveral Florida and landing 9,000 miles away in the Indian Ocean 55 minutes later.

    A) Atlas
    B) U.S.S. George Washington
    C) Castle Bravo
    D) U.S.S. Nautilus
    A) Atlas
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. (July 20, 1960) the first SLBM (Submarine launched ballistic missile) was successfully fired (Polaris) 1,100 from the sub 30 feet below the Atlantic. (Nuclear Powered)

    A) U.S.S. Nautilus
    B) U.S.S. Enterprise
    C) U.S.S. George Washington
    D) U.S.S. Oklahoma
    C) U.S.S. George Washington
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  60. (January 1, 1959) Leader of a large army of Cubans who forced Cuban dictator Fulgencio
    Batista to leave Cuba. He visits the U.S. from April 15-28, 1959, and tells Vice President Nixon and U.S. reporters on NBC’s meet the press that
    “there are no Communists in my government.”

    A) Fidel Castro
    B) Conrad Stalin
    C) Nikita Khrushchev
    D) John Von Neumann
    A) Fidel Castro
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  61. (July 29, 1958) Established by congress, on April 8, 1959, they tell congress that its space program should place a man on the moon and return him safely to the earth by 1969.

    A) National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    B) U.S. Air Force
    C) Russian Aeronautics
    D) German Space Program
    A) National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. (February 25, 1957) The U.S. supreme court ruled that a Michigan law banning the sale to the general public of “material that might corrupt minors” was
    unconstitutional.

    A) Butler v. Michigan
    B) The Protect the Youth Act
    C) Wine and Spirits Ban
    A) Butler v. Michigan
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. (September 9, 1957) Eisenhower signed the first civil rights bill into law since 1870 establishing a permanent civil rights commission with broad investigatory powers, to protect voting rights.

    A) 22nd Amendment
    B) 1960 Civil Rights Act
    C) 23rd Amendment
    D) Civil Rights Act of 1957
    D) Civil Rights Act of 1957
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. (September 4-25, 1957) When the Little Rock, Arkansas Board of Education worked out an
    integration plan to comply with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus used local police to prevent 9 black students from entering. When President Eisenhower told faubus at a meeting to use the Arkansas National
    Guard to protect the students Faubus agreed. Instead, when he returned to little rock, Faubus used the Arkansas National Guard to block the 9 black students. Eisenhower then federalized the National Guard and sent the U.S. 101st Army Airborne Division to fly into Little Rock and Protect the 9 students enter the school September 25.

    A) Brown v. Michigan
    B) School Desegregation Bill
    C) Little Rock (Arkansas) High School
    D) Public Places Desegregation
    C) Little Rock (Arkansas) High School
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  65. (May 6, 1960) Eisenhower signed it into law permitting U.S. federal judges to send U.S. Justice Department officials to supervise voter registration in areas of racial discrimination.

    A) 1960 Presidential Election
    B) 1960 Civil Rights Act
    C) Civil Rights Act of 1957
    D) 22nd Amendment
    B) 1960 Civil Rights Act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  66. U.S. Breaks diplomatic relations with Cuba.

    A) 1960 Presidential Election
    B) Cuban Missile Crisis
    C) Declaration of War
    D) Bay of Pigs
    A) 1960 Presidential Election
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  67. (January 3,1961) The U.S. senate confirms the president's younger brother to be the new U.S. Attorney General, while also passing a law, that a member of a U.S. president’s immediate family can never again serve in his brother’s cabinet.

    A) Robert Kennedy
    B) Henry Wallace
    C) Richard Nixon
    D) Adlai Stevenson
    A) Robert Kennedy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  68. (March 29, 1961) the resident U.S. citizens of
    Washington D.C. gain the right to vote in U.S. Presidential elections.

    A) 22nd Amendment
    B) 21st Amendment
    C) 23rd Amendment
    D) 20th Amendment
    C) 23rd Amendment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  69. Invasion (April 16-20, 1961) 1,500 Anti-communist Cubans, trained and equipped by the U.S. & C.I.A. landed on the South Coast of Cuba, but are defeated and forced to surrender to Castro’s army on April 20, 1961.

    A) Cuban Missile Crisis
    B) Communist Control Act
    C) Refugee Admission Bill
    D) Bay of Pigs
    D) Bay of Pigs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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