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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. Who was next to Eisenhower at the end of his life?
(a) His wife.
(b) His son and grandson.
(c) His wife, son and grandson.
(d) President Nixon and his wife.
2. What advice did Eisenhower give the new President, in Chapter 23?
(a) Do not trust Nixon.
(b) To not put too much money in the Apollo programs.
(c) To disband NASA.
(d) End the Vietnam War as quickly as possible.
3. Who called the National Guard in Arkansas in September 1957?
(a) Governor Fabus.
(b) The state senate.
(c) The Arkansas board of education.
(d) A black student.
4. What happened in Russia in late 1957?
(a) The detonated their first H bomb.
(b) They sent Sputnik into orbit.
(c) They sent a man to space.
(d) They sent a dog to space.
5. What did Eisenhower try to convince Nixon of?
(a) Give the money he stole back.
(b) Take himself off the 1956 ticket.
(c) Run for President.
(d) Abandon politics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Eisenhower discover quickly after the start of the summit?
2. How did Eisenhower see the signature of the armistice?
3. Who did Eisenhower win over in the presidential election of 1956?
4. What did Eisenhower promise the American people in 1951 if he was elected, according to Chapter 13?
5. What did Eisenhower do to protect American interests in Iran?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Eisenhower's main fear, in Chapter 15?
2. In Chapter 14, what happened with Oppenheimer, McCarthy, and Eisenhower?
3. What happened to Eisenhower in November 1957, as discussed in Chapter 19?
4. In Chapter 18, why did Sputnik evoke fear in the American people?
5. Who was with Eisenhower when he passed away?
6. What was significant about Berlin, in Chapter 20?
7. In Chapter 15, what did the Supreme Court pass?
8. What backfired, according to Chapter 18?
9. How did Eisenhower approach the arms race, in Chapter 13?
10. What happened to the canal and Eisenhower on the same day?
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