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Cold War EOC Vocab

US History EOC Vocabulary - Cold War

Constitutional issue raised from U.S. involvement in Korea and Vietnam was that there was a lack of formal _____ of war by Congress. declaration
President Richard Nixon did not want the Pentagon Papers to be released, but the Supreme Court ruled in favor of its printing under the ____ amendment. First
Worldwide reactions to the U.S. involvement in Vietnam grew hostile because the U.S. was viewed as an ___ invading an underdeveloped nation. aggressor
The division of the 38th parallel was a result of negotiations to settle a ____ dispute between north and south Korea. border
The Berlin Airlift was used by Harry Truman in 1948 to provide supplies to a ______ city. blockaded
The U.S. initiative designed to provide financial aid to war-torn European countries was called the _______ plan. Marshall
The primary reason given by U.S. leaders to justify involvement in Vietnam was that it would stop ______ from spreading throughout the region.
The Domino Theory suggested that in order to help, the U.S. must provide military aid to _________’s government (south Vietnam). Diem
President Richard Nixon’s “silent majority” speech in 1969 called upon the American people who still supported the ________ war. Vietnam
The Vietnam war affected Lyndon b. Johnson’s great society because the U.S. had to divert critical funds away from _____ issues. domestic
The Domino Theory, which is the reason for involvement in Vietnam, was based on the belief that it would stop communism rom spreading across southeast ______. Asia
Press coverage during Vietnam affected the U.S. by reporting on military ______ contributing to public disillusionment with the war. setbacks
President Richard Nixon’s SALT 1 Treaty dealt with the opening up of diplomatic relations with ____. China
John f. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev were involved in the Cuban missile crisis – the result was JFK ordering a naval _____ to stop the shipment of missiles to Cuba. blockade
Incidents like the Gulf of Tonkin and the secret bombing of Cambodia made the president have to seek ______ approval of any military action. Congressional
The Truman Doctrine, Marshall plan, and the Korean War would all fall under the category of: ____. containment policy
As a result of the Berlin Airlift, the United States was able to bypass a Soviet blockade without provoking a military _______. conflict
Due to decisions made in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars, the _____ Act was passed to limit presidential power. War Powers
Soviet premier Leonid Brezhnev and President Richard Nixon met to discuss a formal agreement on ______ control (salt treaties). weapons
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