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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Tang in Chapter 16, how did America regard the country of Vietnam?
(a) As an independent nation.
(b) As a country of people to be saved.
(c) With a view toward economic progress.
(d) As a pawn of strategy.
2. What did Tang and the nationalists feel the Paris agreement would give them an opportunity to do as described in Chapter 18?
(a) Fight externally for a settlement.
(b) Increase the fears of partnership with the PRG.
(c) Proselytize to the Saigon regime.
(d) Get an agreement on paper.
3. Which unit member was very popular for what he could provide the guerrillas with?
(a) The leadership cadre.
(b) The cook.
(c) The supply cadre.
(d) The finance cadre.
4. What did Tang hope to obtain upon his trip as part of the PRG's delegation at Algiers' independence celebration?
(a) Material aid for a propaganda campaign.
(b) Support for the Khmer resistance.
(c) Juridicial reforms in Algeria.
(d) Help with Mme. Binh's world tour.
5. Why were the dates of June 6th through 8th chosen to organize the congress for the Provisional Revolutionary Government?
(a) To honor Ho Chi Minh's birthday.
(b) To commemmorate the founding of the NLF.
(c) The dates are anniversaries of grandparents' deaths.
(d) To upstage a Nixon-Thieu meeting being held on Midway Island.
6. What did Tang ultimately decide to do about the Communist takeover of his land?
(a) Join an underground revolution.
(b) Continue to live in seclusion.
(c) Leave the country.
(d) Join the government.
7. What was Sihanouk's title in Cambodia in early 1970?
8. On the day of celebration at Independence Palace Square to celebrate the Vietnamese victory at last, which military units were the last to appear in the parade?
(a) The Democratic Republic of North Vietnam.
(b) The Vietcong units.
(c) The Soviet Army.
(d) The North Vietnamese Army.
9. What was the NLF's response to Nixon's "Vietnamization"?
(a) Retreat and lay low for a number of years.
(b) Set up a formal NLF governmental structure in Saigon.
(c) Move the entire NLF organization to Hanoi.
(d) Step up the use of arms.
10. What did Tang do for his brother, Bich, in Chapter 22?
(a) He wrote letters to him, giving him advice.
(b) He tried to get him released from detention but failed.
(c) He got him a position in the politburo.
(d) He had him released from detention.
11. How did Nixon and Kissinger justify the Tet offensive bombings and invasion of Cambodia?
(a) It brought an end to the American anti-war protests.
(b) It gained an essential year of time.
(c) A propaganda war of words was won.
(d) It increased American unity.
12. What nearly derailed Tang and dozens of others with him of leaving the country by boat?
(a) The pirates on the ocean spotted them.
(b) A government soldier on a fishing boat grew suspicious.
(c) The boat hit a sand bar and got stuck.
(d) A monsoon hit them.
13. What did Thieu force university and high school students to do in 1970?
(a) Stay in school at all costs.
(b) Take jobs within the military.
(c) Refuse visits with family and friends.
(d) Attend military and training exercises.
14. What did Tang do at the International Association of Democratic Jurists in Algeria to insult the Soviets?
(a) Made a rude comment to a Soviet delegate and tried to retract it.
(b) Walked away from a statement made by the Soviet delegate.
(c) Denounced the Soviets stance in a speech.
(d) Refused to shake hands with the Soviet delegate to the conference.
15. Who was the American Ambassador trying to arrange the appearance of a real election in Saigon in Chapter 17?
(a) Richard Nixon.
(b) Henry Kissinger.
(c) Ellsworth Bunker.
(d) George McGovern.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the Western delegates at the International Association of Democratic Jurists in Algeria do to surprise Tang in Chapter 20?
2. What was the PRG opposed to?
3. Where did the Northern escape routes directly lead to?
4. Who was responsible for Tang's daughter, Loan, being able to do to college in America?
5. What was the reason behind the National Council of National Reconciliation and Concord as described in Article 9 of the Paris Accords?
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