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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the term "neutralize" mean within the context of the Phoenix Program?
(a) To kill.
(b) To let sleep.
(c) To save at all costs.
(d) To leave alone.
2. What was the PRG opposed to?
(a) Revolutionary justice as performed in Hue.
(b) Being linked to Hanoi.
(c) Troop withdrawals by Nixon.
(d) Including people from Central Vietnam in their group.
3. According to Tang in Chapter 16, how did America regard the country of Vietnam?
(a) With a view toward economic progress.
(b) As a pawn of strategy.
(c) As a country of people to be saved.
(d) As an independent nation.
4. What was the prime enemy of the guerrillas considered to be in the jungle?
(a) The Saigon troops.
(b) The Americans.
5. What did the vice president of the Chinese State Council do concerning the PRG in order to express their feelings about Hanoi's ongoing affiliation with the Soviets?
(a) Kept their distance from the PRG.
(b) Held a dinner in honor of the PRG.
(c) Offered Tang a huge loan for the country.
(d) Refused to meet with any Vietnamese parties.
6. Upon Tang's visit to Moscow from Algiers, what did his anticipated "vacation" turn out to be?
(a) A meeting every day with Soviet leaders.
(b) A period of rest and recuperation.
(c) A whirlwind vistit to Soviet tourist attractions.
(d) An observation of Russian life.
7. In Chapter 21, what did Tang discover when he arrived in Saigon and telephoned his parents at his older brother's home?
(a) His mother was ill.
(b) His brother, Quynh, was in the United States.
(c) His father had died.
(d) The police had arrested his wife.
8. Who was responsible for Tang's daughter, Loan, being able to do to college in America?
(a) His brother, Quynh.
(b) President Tho.
(c) Ho Chi Minh.
(d) President Thieu's wife.
9. How many people have been freed from arrest since Tang's retirement in the summer of 1976, to his knowledge?
(b) Three hundred.
(d) Three hundred thousand.
10. What was the reason behind the National Council of National Reconciliation and Concord as described in Article 9 of the Paris Accords?
(a) To engage Vietnam's military operatives.
(b) To resolve Vietnam's domestic problems through political means.
(c) To have Thieu retreat from dismantling his government.
(d) To isolate Thieu.
11. Where does Tang and his wife live after he decides to go into seclusion??
(a) On the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
(b) Upstate New York.
(d) Go Vap.
12. What was the motto for Dung's opportune moment of a campaign on the assault of Saigon in April, 1974?
(a) "Public Enthusiasm and Western Humiliation At All Costs."
(b) "Fighting and Talking."
(c) "Human Liberation for the People."
(d) "Marvelous Speed, Boldness, Surprise, and Certain Victory."
13. What was the NLF's response to Nixon's "Vietnamization"?
(a) Set up a formal NLF governmental structure in Saigon.
(b) Move the entire NLF organization to Hanoi.
(c) Step up the use of arms.
(d) Retreat and lay low for a number of years.
14. Who was the only professional sailor on board the boat Tang and his wife escaped on?
(a) Ton's cousin.
(b) There was none.
15. How did Nixon and Kissinger justify the Tet offensive bombings and invasion of Cambodia?
(a) It gained an essential year of time.
(b) It brought an end to the American anti-war protests.
(c) A propaganda war of words was won.
(d) It increased American unity.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Ba Cap's personality like?
2. What happened when the city of Hue was taken by the NLF and Northern troops in January, 1968?
3. What was the main goal of the Provisional Revolutionary Government, organized in 1969?
4. What effect did America's invasion into Cambodia have on the NLF?
5. What was Tang's last official function in Algeria?
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