US history ch 26 section 3

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nixon’s decision to invade cambodia angered congress, resulting in

A. a vote of censure
B. impeachment hearings
C. a repeal of the gulf of tonkin relolution
D. a repeal of the war powers act

C.
the pentagon papers revealed that

A. many more americans had died in vietnam than had been reported
B. american soldiers had massacred vietnamese civilians at my lai
C. american prisoners of war were being tortured in north vietnamese prisons
D. the government had not been honest with the public about vietnam

D.
[time line DBQ]
what can you infer about the significance of the christmas bombing, based on the time line above?

A. they helped convince the north vietnamese to agree to end the war
B. they prevented american soldiers from being evacuated more quickly
C. the necessitated american troops staying in vietnam longer
D. their timing was offensive to the vietnamese

A.
[vietnam war’s impact on the united states table DBQ]
the war powers act was an attempt to resolve the problems that had been caused by the

A. tet offensive
B. candidacy of eugene mccarthy
C. rolling thunder campaign
D. gulf of tonkin resolution

D.
what event happened at my lai that profoundly shocked americans?

A. american troops invaded cambodia to destroy vietcong military bases
B. defense department documents revealed that officials had lied about war decisions
C. ohio national guard soldiers fired on antiwar demonstrators
D. unarmed vietnamese civilians were massacred by us troops

D.
after the united states ended its direct involvement in vietnam, the north vietnamese captured saigon and united vietnam under

A. a totalitarian dictatorship
B. nationalist rule
C. rule of the united nations
D. communist rule

D.
what country did american troops invade in an effort to destroy vietcong military bases there?

A. thailand
B. cambodia
C. china
D. taiwan

B.
long after troops were home, the war lingered on for the american families whose relatives and friends were classified as missing in action or

A. prisoners of war
B. draft dodgers
C. defectors
D. absent without leave

A.
what confirmed that the government had not been honest with americans about the vietnam war?

A. the watergate scandal
B. the cambodian invasion
C. the pentagon papers
D. the massacre at my lai

C.
henry kissinger tried to improve relations with the soviet union and china so he could persuade them to cut back on their aid to north vietnam in a policy called

A. diplomacy
B. arms negotiation
C. vietnamization
D. linkage

D.
reestablished some limits on executive power

A. vietnamization
B. “christmas bombings”
C. henry kissinger
D. war powers act
E. george mcgovern

D.
the most destructive air raids of the entire vietnam war

A. vietnamization
B. “christmas bombings”
C. henry kissinger
D. war powers act
E. george mcgovern

B.
harvard professor given wide authority to use diplomacy to end the vietnam war

A. vietnamization
B. “christmas bombings”
C. henry kissinger
D. war powers act
E. george mcgovern

C.
included the gradual withdrawal of american troops from vietnam

A. vietnamization
B. “christmas bombings”
C. henry kissinger
D. war powers act
E. george mcgovern

A.
democratic candidate for president in 1972

A. vietnamization
B. “christmas bombings”
C. henry kissinger
D. war powers act
E. george mcgovern

E.
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