The high point of president nixon's foreign policy efforts was
a) the defeat of the strategic arms limitation treaty with the soviets
b) south vietnam's surprise victory after the paris peace accords
c) his trip to china, which led to official recognition of that country
d) bringing a "new federalism" to the u. s government
Most would agree that the high point of President Nixon’s foreign policy efforts was "A: his trip to China, which led to official recognition of that country," since this opened up a new world of trade for the US.
Jim Crow laws
2. Civil rights activists targeted segregation in interstate transportation
despite the fact that most southern whites supported their efforts.
3. Why did Lyndon Johnson’s support for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 surprise many Americans?
He had forcefully opposed the efforts of the freedom riders.
4. In response to the Cuban missile crisis, President Kennedy
ordered that the Berlin Wall be destroyed.
5. Why did President Eisenhower support the new anticommunist government of South Vietnam?
He wanted to make South Vietnam a U.S. colony.
6. In what way was the Tet Offensive a strategic blow to the Americans?
It sparked uprisings that spread throughout South Vietnam.
7. The United States ended its involvement in the Vietnam War because
Vietnamization failed amid of growing dissent in the United States.
8. The high point of President Nixon’s foreign policy efforts was
South Vietnam’s surprise victory after the Paris Peace Accords.
9. The events that led to the Montgomery bus boycott were set in motion
before the Supreme Court handed down Brown v. Board of Education.
10. In 1964, students poured into Mississippi to take part in th
11. John F. Kennedy’s “flexible response” policy was intended to
provide a much-needed boost to the nation’s economy.
12. In addition to areas of Vietnam, what other areas of French Indochina were under French control in 1954?
Cambodia and Laos.
that was the type of government the spanish colonists were used to.
the correct answer is: the sioux followed the order and remained on the reservation.
after many confrontations between native americans and white american, in 1868, a reservation for the lakota sioux tribe was established in dakota territory, in this reservation they were able to hunt ad to move freely. in 1874, many sioux followed the order, given by the federal government, of remaining on the reservation in which they were already living. the problem arose when, in 1874, gold was found in that area by lieutenant george armstrong custer's military troops, and lieutenant custer insisted that the sioux must give up their reservation land in the black hill of the dakotas.
the united states government opted for moving the sioux to a new reservation. siting bull, leader of the lakota sioux, protested the united states government's demands for the lands where the lieutenant custer's soldiers found the gold. but finally they left the reservation lands and went to a camp along the little bighorn river in 1876.
a) the defeat of the strategic...