1. During its occupation of postwar Germany and Japan, the United
States tried to bring about all of the following except
1. military change.
2. religious change.
3. political change.
4. economic change.
2. A principal reason for the expansion of U.S. leadership after World
War II was that the United States
1. had acquired new overseas colonies.
2. was given new responsibilities during secret wartime conferences.
3. had dominant economic and military strength.
4. vowed to remain neutral.
3. After World War II, a major feature of U.S. foreign policy was that
the United States
1. became a superpower with a temporary monopoly on
2. acquired colonies in Africa.
3. declined membership in the United Nations.
4. refused to help former allies rebuild their economies.
4. In the years just after World War 11, the United States attempted
to prevent the spread of communism in Europe mainly by
1. taking over the governments of several Western European nations.
2. increasing opportunities for political refugees to settle in the United
3. holding a series of summit meetings with leaders of the Soviet
4. establishing policies of economic and military aid for European
5. Throughout United States history, the most important aim of the
country's foreign policy has been
1. participation in international organizations.
2. advancement of national self-interest.
3. containment of communism.
4. development of military alliances.