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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was France trying to get the U.S. to help with?
(a) An economic situation.
(b) The fight in Vietnam.
(c) It's relationship with Germany.
(d) A submarine program.
2. What Iranian prime minister did Eisenhower conflict with?
3. What did Eisenhower order the National Guard to do at Little Rock?
(a) To prevent a lynch mob from killing.
(b) To prevent a federal court from meeting.
(c) To block African American access to the school.
(d) To allow African Americans access to the school.
4. What did Eisenhower try to set up to prevent an arms race between the U.S. and the Soviets?
(a) Open air skies to allow reconnaissance missions.
(b) Information on German war prisoners.
(c) An exchange of prisoners.
(d) Information on the whereabouts of Oppenheimer.
5. What situation required Eisenhower's attention during his 1956 campaign?
(a) The Suez Canal crisis.
(b) The invasion of Aifa.
(c) Mer el Kebir.
(d) The Yom Kippur War.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the U.S. think of Russia's motives for the conference?
2. Why did Eisenhower forget about doing simple things?
3. What was Eisenhower's last order to his son and grandson?
4. How much surplus did the U.S. have in 1960?
5. What was Eisenhower giving advice on?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened in September 1957 through September 1958?
2. What was significant about Berlin, in Chapter 20?
3. What happened in September 1955 and what did Eisenhower reconsider?
4. What did Eisenhower do from his hospital room after another heart attack?
5. What happened to the canal and Eisenhower on the same day?
6. In Chapter 18, why did Sputnik evoke fear in the American people?
7. What was Eisenhower's main fear, in Chapter 15?
8. What was Eisenhower doing with the U-2 planes in Chapter 21, and why was it significant?
9. What did Eisenhower promise to America in Chapter 13, and why was this significant?
10. How did Eisenhower approach the arms race, in Chapter 13?
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