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Which of the following was NOT true of the changing nature of work in the 1950s?
Which of the following best summarizes the fundamental criticism directed against the new popular mass-media culture of the early post-World War II era offered by a social critics such as...
What campaign pledge did Republican presidential candidate Dwight Eisenhower make that sealed his 1952 election victory over Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson?
What is the primary criticism offered by historians critical of the overall presidential record of President Eisenhower?
All of the following were true about the rise and fall of the anticommunist crusader Senator Joseph McCarthy EXCEPT
In an effort to overturn Jim Crow laws and the segregated system they had created, African Americans used all of the following strategies EXCEPT
What prompted the U.S. Supreme Court to advance the cause of civil rights in the 1950s, beginning with the landmark 1954 decision in Brown v. Board of Education?
Which federal public works program promoted by President Eisenhower was far larger and more expensive than any program of Roosevelt's New Deal?
Which of the following represented the strategic military policy underlying President Eisenhower's and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles's New Look foreign policy in the 1950s?
Which of the following international crises amply demonstrated the futility of the stated Eisenhower administration policy of massive retaliation and the limitations on its ability to roll back...
Which of the following was NOT an American government response to the launching of Sputnik by the Soviet Union in 1957?
By the end of the 1950s, Latin American anger toward the United States had intensified because Washington had done all of the following EXCEPT
Which factor do some historians believe tipped the electoral scales for Senator John Kennedy against Vice President Richard Nixon in the presidential election of 1960?
All of the following American writers portrayed varying and illuminating aspects of African American life and identity in postwar America EXCEPT