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Bell Ringer 11-6-2007. Copy the table on page 604 that discusses US Aims Versus Soviet Aims in Europe. Bell Ringer 11-5-2007. What caused the tension between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II? Page 603. Bell Ringer 11-8-2007. What is NATO? What is the Marshall Plan?

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Bell Ringer 11-6-2007
  • Copy the table on page 604 that discusses US Aims Versus Soviet Aims in Europe
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Bell Ringer 11-5-2007
  • What caused the tension between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II?
  • Page 603
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Bell Ringer 11-8-2007
  • What is NATO?
  • What is the Marshall Plan?
  • What is the Truman Doctrine?
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Bell Ringer 11-13-2007
  • Copy the table on the top of page 610 about Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong
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Bell Ringer 11-14-2007
  • Explain what the Suez War was about. (page 625)
  • What is the Eisenhower Doctrine (page 625)
  • Explain what happened in the Hungarian Uprising (pages 625-626)
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Bell Ringer 11-15-2007
  • What is the “Space Race” and what is Sputnik?
  • Page 626
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Bell Ringer 11-19-2007
  • What were the reasons given of why the Americans were saying that we were losing the Cold War? (page 670)
  • What two factors greatly helped Kennedy win the Presidential election (page 671)
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Bell Ringer 11-20-2007
  • Flexible Response: This military strategy was adopted during the Kennedy presidency
  • Nikita Khrushchev: He squared off against Kennedy during the Berlin Crisis
  • Berlin Wall: This separated East Germany from West Germany
  • Bay of Pigs: This involved an invasion of Cuba
  • Richard M. Nixon: He lost the 1960 presidential election
  • Limited Test Ban Treaty: This barred nuclear testing in the atmosphere
  • Hot Line: This was a direct communications link set up during Kennedy’s presidency
  • John F. Kennedy: His religious beliefs were an important issue of the 1960 presidential campaign
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Bell Ringer 11-26-2007
  • Complete # 2 in the Section 2 assessment on page 683.
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Bell Ringer 11-27-2007
  • In what city and state was JFK assassinated?
  • Who supposedly assassinated JFK?
  • What is the Warren Commission?
  • Pages 682-683
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Bell Ringer 11-28-2007
  • According to “One American’s Story” in what two ways did Larry Alfred embody LBJ’s Great Society?
  • Page 686
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Bell Ringer 11-30-2007
  • Copy the Chart on Page 714 Called: Civil Rights Acts of the 1950s and 1960s
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Bell Ringer 12-3-2007
  • What was Martin Luther King, Jr.’s response to the rhetoric of Black Power?
  • Why was King visiting Memphis when he was assassinated?
  • What happened to the cities across America after King’s assassination?
  • Page 721
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Bell Ringer 12-4-2007
  • What does the acronym NOW stand for and what prompted women to establish NOW (page 778)
  • What did the Supreme Court rule in Roe v. Wade (779)?
  • Why was Phyllis Schlafly against ERA? (779)
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Bell Ringer 12-12-2007
  • When did France rule in Vietnam?
  • Who is Ho Chi Minh?
  • Who were the Vietminh and what were they fighting for?
  • Page 731 (French Rule in Vietnam)
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Bell Ringer 12-13-2007
  • Why did the South become increasingly unstable?
  • What was the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution?
  • What did President Johnson do in response to a Vietcong attack in February 1965?
  • Pages 734-735
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22.1 QUIZ
  • Vietcong
  • Main Goal Of United States In Vietnam
  • Vietminh
  • Which President Tonkin Gulf Resolution
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Domino Theory
  • Dien Bien Phu
  • Ngo Dihn Diem
  • Geneva Accords
  • Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Tonkin Gulf Resolution
  • Strategic hamlet program
  • Operation Rolling Thunder
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Bell Ringer 12-17-2007
  • Why did Americans fail to win the “hearts and minds” of the Vietnamese?
  • Page 739
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Bell Ringer 12-18-2007
  • Identify and explain the tactics that the Vietcong used against the Americans.
  • Page 738
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Bell Ringer 1-7-2008
  • What factors led to the low morale of US troops?
  • Page 740
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Bell Ringer 1-8-2008
  • Why did Martin Luther King, Jr. call African Americans’ fighting in Vietnam an “irony?”
  • Page 743
  • What was the role of women in Vietnam?
  • Page 744
  • What were the reasons youths opposed the Vietnam war?
  • Page 745
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Bell Ringer 1-9-2008
  • Who are the silent majority? (p756)
  • What happened at My Lai? (p.756)
  • What are the Pentagon Papers and what affect did they have on many Americans? (p.757)
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Bell Ringer 1-10-2008
  • What was the goal of Nixon’s New Federalism? (795)
  • What is the Family Assistance Plan (FAP)? (795)
  • In what ways did Nixon both strengthen and weaken federal programs? (796)
  • What is Nixon’s “law and order” policies that he promised the “silent majority?” (796)
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