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for anyone who's seen the movie 13 days, could you please help me answer some questions for my history worksheet? thanks so much! explain the following quotes (and who said them) : "i feel like we caught the japanese carrier steaming for pearl harbor" "this is munich all over again" "if we hit cuba, they'll hit berlin, thats nato, and that's war" "kennedy's father was one of the architects of munich. lets hope that appeasement doesnt run in the family. i fear that weakness does." "smells like the bay of pigs all over again" if you don't know all of them, because i know some are obscure, that's alright. whatever you know is extremely helpful to me even if you don't know all of them. thanks so much again!i have a history worksheet i dont feel like doing please help?
true /false 1._____ the “sit-in” strategy of the civil rights movement was begun by 4 black college students at a woolworth’s lunch counter in greensboro, nc in 1960. 2._____ in the presidential campaign of 1960, nixon and kennedy agreed to 4 televised debates which favored kennedy dramatically. 3._____ the bay of pigs invasion represented kennedy’s first major military victory. 4. _____the berlin wall became a symbol of the cold war. 5. _____the americans’ landing on the moon marked the start of the “space race” between the us & the soviet union. 6. _____ the 1964 tax reduction act signed under president johnson marked a milestone in the use of fiscal policy to stimulate economic growth. 7. _____ the american public’s disillusionment and financial strain of the vietnam war destroyed johnson’s “great society” 8._____ as part of his vision for a “great society,” president johnson declared a “war on poverty.” 9. _____ the civil rights act of 1964 became one of the greatest legislative achievements of the 1960s. 10. ____ the presidential election of 1960 was a landslide victory for john f. kennedy over richard nixon. multiple choice: 1. _____ the peace corps: a. embodied the commitment of public service the president called for in his inaugural address b. sent thousands of young men & women overseas to third world countries c. served as a weapon in the cold war; bringing countries under american influence d. all of the above 2. _____ the cuban missile crisis of 1962: a. was a climactic confrontation of the rising cold war b. created an american panic over the possibility of a nuclear war c. led to cuba’s increased fortification of nuclear missiles d. a & b e. all of the above 3. _____ the 1960s supreme court: a. was led by the liberal chief justice earl warren b. provided the precedent for some of the most significant liberal policies of the 1960s. c. banned public prayer in public schools d. a & b e. all of the above 4. _____ following the cuban missile crisis, the soviet & us leaders: a. softened their cold war rhetoric b. agreed to a limited test ban treaty c. established a white house-kremlin telephone hotline d. all of the above 5. _____ the 1957 launch of the soviet’s sputnik i: a. caught the american public off-guard b. marked the start of the us-soviet “space race” c. led directly to the creation of nasa d. a & b e. all of the above 6. _____ president kennedy initially viewed the freedom riders and civil rights agitation as: a. a distraction from other more pressing domestic issues b. an embarrassment for americans on the international stage c. evidence of the necessity for civil rights legislation d. a & b e. all of the above 7. _____ in april 1963, when bull connor met the birmingham, al civil rights demonstrators with fire hoses, dogs, and electric cattle prods: a. president kennedy admitted that our country was facing a “moral crisis.” b. television coverage horrified the nation c. the violence would inspired mlk, jr. to organize a march on washington d. a & b e. all of the above 8. _____ our country first sent troops into vietnam under: a. truman b. eisenhower c. johnson d. kennedy 9. _____ 1968 was the single most tumultuous year in the us since wwii, with: a. columbia university students taking over the campus b. violence at the national democratic convention c. numerous student anti-war demonstrations d. the assassination of martin luther king, jr. e. a & b f. all of the above 10. _____ between 1964-1969, over 300 race riots broke out across our country, leading young black activists to become increasingly disenchanted with mlk, jr.’s strategy of nonviolence. instead, they formed the _____________ which espoused the use of violence if necessary. a. students for a democratic society (sds) b. black panthers c. national association for the advanced of colored people (naacp) d. a & b e. all of the abovesome world history questions?
10 pts. to best answer. whoever answers the most of these will get 10 points. thanks so much, i suck at history. any rude comments or "do your own homework" comments will be reported and downvoted. thanks so much! 1. what caused the cold war between the us and the soviet union? what events led to ongoing tensions between these nations during that period? 2. what nations prospered in the decades after wwii, and which fell into decline? what types of policies led these nations to success or failure? 3. what is glasnost? what are a few examples of glasnost reforms? 4. russian andrei gromyko said of gorbachev in his nomination speech, "comrades, this man has a nice smile, but he's got iron teeth." do you agree with this statement, or disagree? (figure of speech, clearly.) 5. what did shirley chisholm learn from her father? 6. what were shirley chisholm's political learnings and what kinds of issues did she support? 7. some people argue that 21st century america is not especially racist. take a position on whether or not america is a racist country, then gather evidence and explain why you think it is or is not a racist country. 8. describe the policies of "thatcherism" and explain why margaret thatcher ultimately fell from power. 9. what factors led to the rise of neo-nazi groups in germany in the 1990's? 10. what did eva peron accomplish as argentina's unofficial minister of health and labor? 11. how did eva peron use her political power? 12. what effect do you think eva peron's training as an actress had on her success as a politician? explain. 13. the rich and powerful in argentina resented and disliked eva peron. why? (opinion.) 14. why did guevara decide to become a doctor? 15. how did guevara help support castro's revolution? 16. who do you think was a more effective revolutionary leader: che guevara or pancho villa? why? 17. what factors led to the pri's loss of political power in mexico? 18. what types of policies have characterized the rule of latin american military governments since 1945? (at least 3 specific examples.)help with cold war questions?!?
okay..i know i need to "do my own work"..but this worksheet was ridiculously long, and i've done allll but 4 questions. if you're able to help with any of them, i greaatly appreciate it! 1. why was germany on the front lines of the cold war? describe the major events between 1947-1961. 2. what were the origins of the korean conflict? explain the roles of north korea, people's republic, and the us. 3. a.) why might events in cuba be described as the "hottest", bringing the world closer to the brink than any other cold war episode? b.) explain the roles of the usa, ussr, and cuba. 4. explain the relationships of each event to the cold war - a.) mccarthyism b.) black nationalism c.) civil rights movement thanks! i'm supposed to write them out in paragraph form, so just as much information as you have, thanks so much :.
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