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  1. Review Part 19 Public Policy and the National Defense

  2. 1) Since the end of the cold war, which of the following foreign policy goals do conservatives generally support the most? a. Addressing threats to United States national security through national building b. Giving aid to foreign countries c. Securing favorable balance of trade through international trade agreements d. Getting involved in US peacekeeping missions e. Achieving worldwide arms reductions

  3. 1) Since the end of the cold war, which of the following foreign policy goals do conservatives generally support the most? a. Addressing threats to United States national security through national building b. Giving aid to foreign countries c. Securing favorable balance of trade through international trade agreements d. Getting involved in US peacekeeping missions e. Achieving worldwide arms reductions

  4. 2) Who made the following statement? “the great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connections as possible . . . Steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world” a. George Washington in his farewell address b. Abraham Lincoln in his Gettysburg address c. Theodore Roosevelt as a rough rider d. FDR in an address to Congress prior to World War II e. JFK in his 1961 inaugural speech

  5. 2) Who made the following statement? “the great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connections as possible . . . Steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world” a. George Washington in his farewell address b. Abraham Lincoln in his Gettysburg address c. Theodore Roosevelt as a rough rider d. FDR in an address to Congress prior to World War II e. JFK in his 1961 inaugural speech

  6. 3) The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were characterized by a. isolationism b. neutrality c. containment d. imperialism e. confrontationalism

  7. 3) The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were characterized by a. isolationism b. neutrality c. containment d. imperialism e. confrontationalism

  8. 4) Which of the following foreign policy treaties was rejected by the Senate? a. League of Nations b. United Nations c. Kellogg-Briand Treaty d. Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty e. NATO alliance

  9. 4) Which of the following foreign policy treaties was rejected by the Senate? a. League of Nations b. United Nations c. Kellogg-Briand Treaty d. Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty e. NATO alliance

  10. 5) All the following foreign policy events took place during Nixon’s administration EXCEPT a. A visit to mainland China b. Negotiating an end to the Vietnam War c. The signing of the War Powers Act d. The signing of the SALT Treaty e. Following a policy of détente with the Soviet Union

  11. 5) All the following foreign policy events took place during Nixon’s administration EXCEPT a. A visit to mainland China b. Negotiating an end to the Vietnam War c. The signing of the War Powers Act d. The signing of the SALT Treaty e. Following a policy of détente with the Soviet Union

  12. 6) Which of the following Reagan foreign policy programs came about in response to his characterization of the Soviet Union as “The evil empire”? a. Star Wars Initiative b. Intermediate Nuclear Force Treaty c. SALT II Treaty d. Aid to the Contras e. US Invasion of Grenada

  13. 6) Which of the following Reagan foreign policy programs came about in response to his characterization of the Soviet Union as “The evil empire”? a. Star Wars Initiative b. Intermediate Nuclear Force Treaty c. SALT II Treaty d. Aid to the Contras e. US Invasion of Grenada

  14. 7) In the debate of “guns vs. butter”, those people arguing for guns point to a. The increase in the size of the deficit b. The need to maintain United States priorities as the last superpower c. The easy transition of defense industries to other industries d. The increasing involvement of the United Nations in peacekeeping e. The increasing role of NATO in world affairs

  15. 7) In the debate of “guns vs. butter”, those people arguing for guns point to a. The increase in the size of the deficit b. The need to maintain United States priorities as the last superpower c. The easy transition of defense industries to other industries d. The increasing involvement of the United Nations in peacekeeping e. The increasing role of NATO in world affairs

  16. 8) Which of the following represents the central feature of Clinton’s partnership for peace? a. The abolition of NATO b. The invitation of the former Warsaw Pact countries to join NATO c. The merger of NATO and the European Economic Community d. The invitation to Russia to join NATO as a full member e. The merger of NATO, SEATO, and OAS

  17. 8) Which of the following represents the central feature of Clinton’s partnership for peace? a. The abolition of NATO b. The invitation of the former Warsaw Pact countries to join NATO c. The merger of NATO and the European Economic Community d. The invitation to Russia to join NATO as a full member e. The merger of NATO, SEATO, and OAS

  18. 9) Which of the following is a major aim of GATT and NAFTA? a. To break down international trade barriers b. To regulate the international monetary exchange rate c. To provide monetary assistance to third-world countries d. To create a common currency among member nations e. To coordinate labor and immigration policies among member nations

  19. 9) Which of the following is a major aim of GATT and NAFTA? a. To break down international trade barriers b. To regulate the international monetary exchange rate c. To provide monetary assistance to third-world countries d. To create a common currency among member nations e. To coordinate labor and immigration policies among member nations

  20. The End