Quiz Me! - Documents/Cases: Cold War Test your knowledge about documents and Supreme Court cases in the Cold War era. 1 / 10 Where did General Douglas MacArthur deliver his “Duty, Honor, Country” speech? The United States Senate The United States House of Representatives West Point Academy The Philippines’ Legislature 2 / 10 Which of the following are the results of the interstate highway system? Suburban growth All of the above Travel safety Economic growth 3 / 10 JFK’s Inaugural Address was heavily influenced by what political situation? The domestic economic challenge The Cold War The Environmental Movement The Civil Rights Movement 4 / 10 What was the major legacy of the Marshall Plan? It would negatively affect the U. S. economy system It would exacerbate tensions between Europe and the Soviet Union. George Marshall would become a major political figure. The U.S. would become the leader of the free world. 5 / 10 Which of the following is the most famous quote from JFK’s Inaugural Address? “I am offering the country a New Deal!” “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” “We, the people, still believe our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity.” “....ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country.” 6 / 10 After the adoption of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) would eventually take the following action? Successfully run for re-election in 1968. Remove his Vice-President prior to the 1968 election. Unsuccessfully run for re-election in 1968. Decline to seek re-election in 1968. 7 / 10 What country’s major highway system influenced President Eisenhower to promote the development of the United States’ interstate highway system? France Italy Germany England 8 / 10 Which president “fired’ General Douglas MacArthur? President Franklin Roosevelt President Eisenhower President Truman None of the above 9 / 10 What was the purpose of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. To require the U. S. to withdraw from the Vietnam War. To restrict the military actions of the President in the absence of a Declaration of War. To limit U. S. involvement in the Vietnam War. To allow the President the authority to take whatever military measures are necessary to address military threats, without requiring a Declaration of War. 10 / 10 What was the primary purpose of the Marshall Plan? Provide economic assistance for European and Asian nations decimated by WWII and threatened by post-war conflicts w/the Soviet Union. Provide economic assistance to developing nations following WWII. Provide economic assistance to Canada and Mexico following WWII. Establish economic cooperation between the U. S. and Eastern Europe. Your score is Try another 10!