1. The cold war of the 1950's and 1960's
1. worldwide economic growth.
2. imperialistic struggles between France and Great Britain.
3. Japan's need for markets and raw materials.
4. tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union.
2. Shortly after World War 11, the cold war
developed mainly as a result of the
1.United States refusal to send economic aid to European nations.
2. Soviet domination of Eastern Europe.
3. competition between the superpowers to explore outer space.
4. continuation of the pre-World War 11 balance of power.
3. The first U.S.-Soviet disagreements after the defeat of Germany
1. the Soviet Union's refusal to withdraw from Eastern Europe.
2. Churchill's "iron curtain" speech.
3. the Soviet invasion of Turkey.
4. the U-2 Incident.
4. An initial cause of the cold war was
1. the Soviet blockade of West Berlin.
2. Soviet domination over Eastern Europe.
3. U.S. military actions in Greece.
4. the Marshall Plan.
5. U.S. foreign policy since 1945 can best be
1. providing leadership for the Western bloc of nations.
2. continuing expansionism and colonialism.
3. remaining committed to isolationism.
4. seeking peace at any price.