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1. The Navigation Acts were part of the British 5. Which of the following best describes the situa-
policy known as tion of freedmen in the decade following the Civil
(A) isolationism
(B) capitalism (A) Each was given 40 acres of land and a mule
(C) mercantilism by the Union government.
(D) monopolism (B) All were immediately granted political
(E) imperialism equality by the Emancipation Proclamation.
(C) The majority entered sharecropping arrange-
2. Jacksonian Democracy was distinguished by the ments with former masters or other nearby
belief that planters.
(D) They were required to pass a literacy test
(A) an aristocracy posed no danger to the Republic
before being granted United States
(B) the National Republicans alone knew what
was right for the people
(E) They supported the passage of Black Codes
(C) political participation by the common man
to ensure their economic and political rights.
should be increased
(D) political rights should be granted to women
6. Which of the following was a serious constitu-
(E) franchise restrictions should be racially neutral
tional question after the Civil War?
3. President Monroe articulated the Monroe Doctrine (A) The restoration of the power of the federal
in his 1823 address to Congress primarily in judiciary
order to (B) The legality of the national banking system
(C) The political and legal status of the former
(A) respond positively to the recent Latin
Confederate states
American revolutions
(D) The relationship between the United States
(B) rule out United States involvement in
and Britain
South America
(E) The proposed annexation of Colombia
(C) provide a rationale for United States inter-
vention in the Isthmus of Panama
7. The Supreme Court decision in Plessy v. Ferguson
(D) warn European nations against further
(1896) did which of the following?
colonial ventures in the Western Hemisphere
(E) encourage Britain to help the fledgling (A) Denounced business combinations in restraint
Latin American states of trade.
(B) Sanctioned separate but equal public facilities
4. Which of the following transportation develop- for African Americans.
ments opened the West to settlement and trade (C) Declared that the Fourteenth Amendment
between 1790 and 1830 ? applied principally to the protection of
(A) Turnpikes and canals
(D) Defined the Constitution as color-blind.
(B) Railroads and steamships
(E) Empowered Congress to cancel treaties with
(C) Turnpikes and railroads
American Indian tribes unilaterally.
(D) Clipper ships and turnpikes
(E) Canals and railroads
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8. The flappers of the 1920’s challenged traditional 12. France negotiated a treaty of alliance with the new
American attitudes about women by supporting American nation in 1778 following
(A) a federal birth control and abortion rights (A) the defeat of the British General Burgoyne at
protection law Saratoga
(B) gender equality in salaries (B) American naval victories on the Great Lakes
(C) an equal rights amendment (C) the dispatch of an American peace mission to
(D) greater freedom in manner of dress and moral Britain
behavior (D) an ultimatum by American diplomats
(E) a federal law to establish prenatal clinics in (E) a personal plea by George Washington
rural areas
13. Which of the following is true of the case of
9. During the 1930’s, the Great Depression led to Marbury v. Madison ?
(A) the nationalization of major industries (A) It established that Congress had the sole right
(B) the strengthening of the family unit and a to formulate national legislation.
higher birth rate (B) It supported Thomas Jefferson in his claim to
(C) a decline in highway construction have “executive review.”
(D) a mass internal migration of Americans (C) It backed William Marbury in his request for
looking for work a bank charter.
(E) a decrease in labor union membership (D) It affirmed the principle of judicial review.
(E) It determined the Senate’s right to “advise
10. The policy of containment, justified by George and consent.”
Kennan’s 1947 analysis of the international
situation, called for 14. After the Revolution, the concept of the
“republican mother” suggested that
(A) blocking the expansion of the Soviet Union’s
influence (A) women would be responsible for raising their
(B) curbing United States foreign investment to children, especially their sons, to be virtuous
limit involvement in world conflict citizens of the young republic
(C) liberating Eastern Europe from communism (B) voting would soon become a privilege granted
(D) destabilizing the Soviet Union to educated and/or married women
(E) dividing Germany into zones administered by (C) the first duty of mothers was to serve the
the United States, Britain, and the Soviet needs of government
Union (D) wives and mothers would be welcome in the
emerging political parties
11. The Dutch settled New Netherland primarily to (E) women’s virtues had been the inspiration for
the ideals of the Revolution
(A) secure a refuge for the persecuted
(B) check the growth of English colonies in
15. All of the following accurately describe
North America
Jefferson’s purchase of the Louisiana Territory
(C) expand their commercial and mercantile
from France EXCEPT:
(D) gain colonies to produce agricultural (A) It opened the Mississippi River permanently to
surpluses western farmers.
(E) secure naval supplies (B) It ended the threat of American Indian raids on
western settlements.
(C) It was made possible by the failure of
Napoleon’s forces to suppress a slave revolt
in Haiti.
(D) It showed Jefferson’s considerable flexibility
in dealing with foreign policy.
(E) It violated Jefferson’s own views concerning
the strict construction of the Constitution.
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16. President Jackson resisted the admission of Texas 20. The American home front in the Second World
into the Union in 1836 primarily because he War is best described as
(A) acknowledged the legitimacy of the Mexican (A) politically divided over the wisdom of the
government’s claim to Texas American war effort
(B) feared that debate over the admission of Texas (B) unaffected by ethnic and racial tensions
would ignite controversy about slavery (C) economically invigorated by military spending
(C) was ideologically opposed to territorial (D) rededicated to the reform efforts of the New
expansion Deal
(D) could find no support within his own party (E) demoralized by food shortages
for admitting Texas
(E) believed that admitting Texas would violate 21. In which of the following British North American
international law colonies was slavery legally established by the
early 1700’s?
17. The Republican party originated in the mid-1850’s
(A) The southern colonies only
as a sectional party committed to which of the
(B) The middle and southern colonies only
(C) The tobacco- and rice-growing colonies only
(A) Opposition to the further extension of slavery (D) All the colonies except Pennsylvania and the
into the territories New England colonies
(B) Immediate emancipation of the slaves (E) All the colonies
(C) Repeal of Whig economic policies
(D) Restriction of immigration 22. In the United States, the Haitian rebellion of the
(E) Acknowledgement of popular sovereignty as 1790’s prompted
the basis for organizing federal territories
(A) the acquisition of Puerto Rico for colonization
by emancipated slaves
18. In 1890 the most important source of revenue for
(B) a movement of free African Americans to
the federal government was
(A) income taxes (C) the passage of a federal law increasing the
(B) inheritance taxes severity of punishments for slave rebellions
(C) sales taxes (D) an increased fear of slave revolts in the South
(D) liquor taxes (E) a military expedition of southern slaveholders
(E) customs duties to restore French rule in Haiti

19. William Jennings Bryan’s “Cross of Gold” oration 23. Which of the following statements about African
was primarily an expression of his American soldiers during the Civil War is correct?
(A) fundamentalist religious beliefs (A) They were primarily engaged in military
(B) neutral stance toward the belligerents of the campaigns west of the Mississippi.
First World War (B) They were limited to noncombat duty.
(C) advocacy of free and unlimited coinage of (C) They were barred from receiving awards for
silver valor in combat.
(D) opposition to teaching the theory of evolution (D) For most of the war, they were paid less than
in public schools White soldiers of equal rank.
(E) anti-imperialist convictions (E) For most of the war, they were led by African
American officers.

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24. The Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT), 27. Prior to the Civil War, a transformation occurred
expanded trade with the Soviet Union, and in the workforce of the New England textile mills
President Richard Nixon’s visit to the People’s as New England farm girls were replaced by
Republic of China were all facets of the policy of
(A) French-Canadian immigrants
(A) brinkmanship (B) freed African Americans from the South
(B) deterrence (C) Irish immigrants
(C) détente (D) German immigrants
(D) rollback (E) Italian immigrants
(E) liberation
28. The primary power granted to the Civil Rights
25. All of the following contributed to the passage of Commission created in 1957 was the authority to
the Eighteenth Amendment legislating Prohibition
(A) investigate and report on cases involving
in 1919 EXCEPT
(A) the continued efforts of the Anti-Saloon (B) issue writs to enforce its decisions after
League a hearing
(B) the fervor of the First World War lending (C) initiate court cases to challenge gender
patriotism to the cause of prohibition discrimination
(C) the Progressive belief in social reform (D) fine employers found guilty of discriminatory
(D) the cumulative impact of state prohibition laws hiring practices
(E) the high death toll from alcohol-related (E) grant monetary awards to victims of
automobile accidents discrimination

26. In the decade following the Second World War, 29. During his presidency, Richard Nixon did which
the Supreme Court decision that had the most of the following?
widespread consequences concerned which of the
(A) Supported the use of busing to end racial
segregation in public schools.
(A) Immigration policy (B) Intensified conflict between the United States
(B) Congressional reapportionment and Japan.
(C) The rights of minority groups (C) Abolished the Tennessee Valley Authority.
(D) The jurisdiction of courts in determining war (D) Ended American participation in the war in
guilt Vietnam.
(E) The federal government’s powers of taxation (E) Created the National Aeronautics and Space

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30. The cartoon above is a commentary on late-nineteenth-century

(A) municipal corruption
(B) imperialism
(C) labor unrest
(D) business monopolies
(E) civil-rights campaigns

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31. Which of the following was true of the 35. Which of the following emerged during the
United States Constitution as adopted at Progressive Era as the most influential advocate
the Constitutional Convention? of full political, economic, and social equality
for Black Americans?
(A) It was built on a series of compromises.
(B) It provided exact specifications covering (A) W. E. B. Du Bois
all aspects of government. (B) Frederick Douglass
(C) It was a revised version of the English (C) Booker T. Washington
Constitution. (D) Ida B. Wells
(D) It included a Bill of Rights. (E) Langston Hughes
(E) It allowed all male citizens over the age
of twenty-one to vote.

32. The Jefferson administration advocated which of

the following changes as a means of restoring
republican ideals?
(A) Abolishing the Bank of the United States
(B) Reducing the scope of activities of the federal
(C) Discontinuing the funding of state debts
(D) Increasing the size of the United States
(E) Adopting the Kentucky and Virginia
Resolutions at the national level

33. The Wilmot Proviso specifically provided for

(A) the prohibition of slavery in Louisiana
Purchase territory
(B) the primacy of federal law over state-
legislated Black Codes Chicago Historical
(C) the abolition of the international slave trade Society
(D) the prohibition of slavery in lands acquired
from Mexico in the Mexican War 36. The cartoon above refers to which of the
(E) federal return of fugitive slaves following?
34. The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (A) The Red Scare
expanded America’s role in (B) The Open Door Notes
(C) The Immigration Quota Act of 1921
(A) Central America and the Caribbean (D) The response to the Pullman Strike
(B) the Philippines (E) The Boston Police Strike
(C) North Africa
(D) Asia
(E) Europe

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37. During the Great Depression, the federal govern- 40. “Reaganomics,” or supply-side economics, led to
ment responded with force when which of the following?
(A) the communist-dominated National Mine (A) A decline in unemployment and poverty
Workers’ Union denounced the American (B) Greater tax revenues than government
government and flag expenditures
(B) audiences booed newsreels showing President (C) Large increases in the incomes of wealthy
Herbert Hoover Americans
(C) mobs of farmers tried to prevent foreclosures (D) An increase in appropriations for school
on farms and threatened to lynch judges who lunches
allowed them (E) Lower military expenditures than during the
(D) the Bonus Expeditionary Force encamped in Carter administration
(E) protesters displayed “Hoover flags,” empty 41. The leaders of the Progressive movement were
pockets turned inside out primarily
(A) farmers interested in improving agricultural
38. Which of the following is a correct statement
about college-level education in the twentieth-
(B) immigrant activists attempting to change
century United States?
restrictive immigration laws
(A) State universities increased scholarship aid (C) representatives of industries seeking higher
during the Depression. tariffs
(B) Private universities raised admission standards (D) workers concerned with establishing indus-
during the 1940’s. trial unions
(C) The GI Bill financed the education of male (E) middle-class reformers concerned with urban
students during the post–Second World and consumer issues
War era.
(D) The “baby boomers” finished college in large 42. The majority of White families in the antebellum
numbers in the 1950’s. South owned
(E) There was a sharp decline in college
(A) more than 100 slaves
enrollment during the Vietnam War.
(B) 50 to 100 slaves
(C) 10 to 50 slaves
39. “The problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years
(D) 5 to 10 slaves
in the minds of American women. It was a strange
(E) no slaves
stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning that
women suffered. . . . Each suburban wife struggled
43. The Missouri Compromise did which of the
with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for
groceries, matched slipcover material, ate peanut
butter sandwiches with her children, chauffeured (A) Prohibited slavery in all the territory of the
Cub Scouts and Brownies, lay beside her husband Louisiana Purchase.
at night—she was afraid to ask even of herself the (B) Provided for admission to the Union of all
silent question—‘Is this all?’” future states in pairs of one free, one slave.
(C) Allowed Maine to enter the Union as a free
The author of the statement above most likely was
(A) Angelina Grimké (D) Finally settled the question of congressional
(B) Susan B. Anthony power over slavery in the territories.
(C) Betty Friedan (E) Provided for the annexation of Texas.
(D) Angela Davis
(E) Phyllis Schlafly

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44. Which of the following best characterizes the 48. Margaret Sanger is best known for her
writings of American authors F. Scott Fitzgerald,
(A) contribution to the radical suffragist
e. e. cummings, and Sinclair Lewis?
(A) Disillusionment with modern American (B) endorsement of coeducation
society (C) advocacy of birth control
(B) Glorification of modern American capitalism (D) presidency of the Women’s Christian
(C) Celebration of Black culture Temperance Union
(D) Glamorization of war (E) organization of the Women’s Trade Union
(E) Reaffirmation of traditional American values League

45. One of the immediate consequences of the Tet 49. The Republican Presidents of the 1920’s favored
offensive in 1968 was that
(A) membership in the League of Nations
(A) President Johnson completed the process of (B) tax cuts for wealthy Americans
Vietnamization (C) stringent federal regulation of American
(B) North Vietnamese troops took control of business
Saigon (D) reduced American tariffs on foreign imports
(C) popular support for the war declined in the (E) forgiveness of European war debts from the
United States First World War
(D) the South Vietnamese government was
overthrown 50. From the 1880’s to the beginning of the New Deal,
(E) Congress gave greater support to President the dominant American Indian policy of the
Johnson’s war policies United States government sought to
(A) strengthen traditional tribal authority
46. All of the following contributed to discontent
(B) relocate all American Indians to the
among soldiers in the Continental Army EXCEPT:
Oklahoma territory
(A) Most soldiers were draftees. (C) encourage American Indian emigration to
(B) The soldiers feared for the welfare of families Canada
back home. (D) encourage American Indians to preserve their
(C) The army had inadequate arms and languages and religions
ammunition. (E) break up tribal landholdings
(D) The army paid soldiers in depreciated paper
money. 51. Alexander Hamilton’s financial program was
(E) The army was inadequately fed and clothed. most favorable to
(A) western farmers
47. Jacob Riis’s How the Other Half Lives is a
(B) war veterans
study of
(C) southern planters
(A) Jim Crow segregation and its effect on (D) eastern merchants
African Americans (E) state bankers
(B) the plight of Great Plains farmers in
the 1890’s 52. The goal of the American Colonization Society
(C) immigrant urban poverty and despair in was to
the 1890’s
(A) return freed slaves to Africa
(D) the corruption in city political machines in
(B) recruit immigrant labor for American
the 1890’s
(E) the rise of industrial capitalists in the late
(C) assimilate recent immigrants into American
nineteenth century
(D) extend United States influence to overseas
(E) promote western expansion by funding
internal improvements
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53. The most unpopular and least successful of 57. All of the following contributed to the growth of
President Thomas Jefferson’s policies was his the free African American population in the United
States in the early nineteenth century EXCEPT
(A) advocacy of territorial expansion
(B) handling of the Barbary Coast pirates (A) the gradual emancipation laws of individual
(C) reduction of the size of the military states
(D) reduction of the national debt (B) manumission granted for Revolutionary War
(E) adherence to neutrality in dealing with service
England and France (C) manumission granted by slaveholders’ wills
(D) natural increase among free African
54. Which of the following principles was established Americans
by the Dred Scott decision? (E) federal constitutional provisions for
(A) Congress could abolish slavery at will.
(B) National legislation could not limit the spread
58. In the 1930’s, the movement led by
of slavery in the territories.
Dr. Francis Townsend contributed to
(C) The rights of all people are protected by the
congressional approval of a law
(D) Slaves residing in a free state automatically (A) insuring the bank deposits of consumers
became free. (B) securing federal protection of labor union
(E) Through squatter sovereignty, a territory had organizers
the sole right to determine the status of (C) providing larger federal subsidies to farmers
slavery within its territorial limits. (D) implementing a federal program of old-age
55. The precipitating factor in the 1894 Pullman strike (E) protecting ethnic minorities from
was Pullman’s discrimination
(A) dismissal of union workers
59. Which of the following civil rights groups is NOT
(B) introduction of scrip in part payment of wages
correctly matched with one of its leading figures?
(C) retraction of its promise to provide an
employee insurance and retirement plan (A) Southern Christian Leadership
(D) employment of immigrant labor at less than a Conference . . Marcus Garvey
living wage (B) Black Panthers . . Huey Newton
(E) cutting of wages without proportionate cuts (C) National Association for the Advancement of
in company housing rents Colored People . . Roy Wilkins
(D) Black Muslims . . Malcolm X
56. In his Atlanta Compromise speech, Booker T. (E) Student Nonviolent Coordinating
Washington called for which of the following? Committee . . Stokely Carmichael
(A) African American voting rights
(B) An end to racial segregation
(C) Support for African American self-help
(D) Educational equality for African Americans
(E) Racial integration of religious organizations

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60. Which of the following is true of the Gulf of 63. The principal reason for the formation of the
Tonkin Resolution? Dixiecrat party in 1948 was the opposition of
dissident Democrats to President Truman’s
(A) It ended the Vietnam War.
(B) It barely passed in Congress, reflecting the (A) establishment of the Central Intelligence
bitter division over American involvement Agency
in Vietnam. (B) removal of General MacArthur from his
(C) It was a statement of American policy that military command
followed the Tet offensive. (C) support for the Taft-Hartley Act
(D) It allowed the President to deploy combat (D) proposal for civil rights legislation
troops in South Vietnam. (E) call for an investigation of the loyalty of
(E) It provided for the first peace negotiations all federal employees
between the United States and North
Vietnam. 64. Throughout the first half of the nineteenth century,
women reformers were most active in the cause of
61. The Compromise of 1850 did which of the
(A) temperance
(B) woman suffrage
(A) Admitted Texas to the Union as a slave state. (C) pacifism
(B) Admitted California to the Union under the (D) immigrants’ rights
principles of popular sovereignty. (E) workers’ rights
(C) Prohibited slavery in the District of Columbia.
(D) Enacted a stringent fugitive slave law. 65. Which of the following was true of most Puritans
(E) Adjusted the Texas-Mexico boundary. who emigrated to seventeenth-century New
62. One means by which President Hoover attempted
(A) They had renounced the Church of England.
to fight the Great Depression was
(B) They rejected the authority of the English
(A) the establishment of the Tennessee Valley king.
Authority (C) They considered themselves non-Separatists.
(B) the establishment of the Reconstruction (D) They approved of the Crown’s religious
Finance Corporation policy.
(C) a lowering of barriers to free trade (E) They intended to return eventually to England.
(D) the early payment of bonuses to veterans
(E) direct government aid to the needy

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66. The cartoon above was intended primarily as a

satirical comment on
(A) Social Darwinism
(B) the Ku Klux Klan
(C) the election of 1896
(D) the Scopes trial
(E) Lochner v. New York

67. The Federalist papers challenged the conventional 69. The first massive migration of Black Americans
political wisdom of the eighteenth century when from the South occurred during which of the
they asserted that following periods?
(A) a republican form of government could suc- (A) Immediately following the Civil War
ceed only in small countries (B) During and immediately after the
(B) limitations on the popular will led to tyranny First World War
(C) a weak central government was the only (C) During the Great Depression
guarantee of individual rights (D) In the decade after the Second World War
(D) a large republic offered the best protection of (E) During the civil rights movement of the
minority rights 1960’s
(E) political parties were crucial to the success of
the new government 70. In the last quarter of the nineteenth century,
American agriculture was characterized by
68. Wilson’s Fourteen Points incorporated all of the
(A) a decline in the number of tenant farmers
following EXCEPT
(B) a decline in foreclosures on midwestern farms
(A) open diplomacy (C) a decline in the number of farm cooperatives
(B) freedom of the seas (D) an increase in wholesale prices for farm
(C) recognition of Allied economic and territorial products
agreements made during the war (E) an increase in acres under cultivation
(D) creation of an international organization
to preserve the peace and security of its
(E) national self-determination
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71. Which of the following statements about Africans 74. Major domestic developments in the United States
brought as slaves to the British North American during President Eisenhower’s two terms included
colonies is true? all of the following EXCEPT
(A) They were the primary labor source for (A) a rise in the gross national product (GNP)
plantations in the Chesapeake by 1630. (B) the dismantling of New Deal welfare
(B) They had a much lower life expectancy in the programs
Chesapeake than in South Carolina or the (C) the peaking of the postwar baby boom
West Indies. (D) the exodus of Black families from the rural
(C) They greatly outnumbered Europeans in South
every colony south of the Mason-Dixon (E) the beginning of construction of an interstate
Line by 1776. highway system
(D) They maintained cultural practices brought
from Africa. 75. The immediate effect of Andrew Jackson’s
(E) They were the primary labor source in attack on the Second Bank of the United States
Pennsylvania until 1720. in 1834 was
(A) the creation of the “independent treasury”
72. Progressive reformers rejected Social Darwinism
(B) an expansion of credit and speculation
because they believed that
(C) the failure of state banks
(A) all races were equal in ability (D) the establishment of modern banking
(B) personal development was influenced solely regulations
by hereditary factors (E) the creation of a federal deficit
(C) conflict and competition did not necessarily
improve society 76. The primary purpose of the Proclamation of 1763
(D) science had no role in society was to
(E) society was fixed by the laws of nature and
(A) encourage westward colonial migration
incapable of significant change
(B) avoid conflict with the trans-Appalachian
73. Pinckney’s Treaty with Spain is considered a
(C) gain much-needed revenue
diplomatic highlight of Washington’s adminis-
(D) drive out French colonists
tration because it
(E) provide a haven for Catholics
(A) allowed the United States to use the port of
New Orleans 77. By the 1750’s, the British colonies on the North
(B) ceded Florida to the United States American mainland were characterized by all of
(C) invited Americans to settle in Texas the following EXCEPT
(D) opened Spanish Caribbean ports to American
(A) disdain for British constitutional monarchy
(B) many religious denominations
(E) withdrew Spain’s military forces from the
(C) a society without a hereditary aristocracy
(D) a growing number of non-English settlers
(E) acceptance of slavery as a labor system

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78. “Let Southern oppressors tremble . . . . I shall 80. Influential critics of the 1950’s, such as
strenuously contend for immediate enfranchise- David Riesman, were most concerned with which
ment . . . . I will be as harsh as truth and as of the following aspects of life in the United States
uncompromising as justice.” following the Second World War?
The author of the statement above was (A) Alienation and conformity in modern society
(B) Schooling for the baby-boom generation
(A) John C. Calhoun
(C) The economic responsibilities of being a
(B) Stephen A. Douglas
world superpower
(C) Henry Clay
(D) The threat to the nation from communist
(D) Abraham Lincoln
(E) William L. Garrison
(E) The spread of political corruption
79. All of the following have been cited as reasons for
the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan in 1945
EXCEPT the need to
(A) block a planned Japanese invasion of the
United States
(B) keep the Soviet Union out of the war against
(C) save American lives
(D) demonstrate American superiority in weap-
onry to the Soviet Union
(E) force the unconditional surrender of Japan





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