CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Truman’s policy of keeping Soviet influence within existing boundaries. What is containment? $100 Eastern European countries dominated by Soviet power and influence were called these. What are satellite nations? $200 This communist leader gained control in China in 1949. Who is Mao Zedong? $300 Mass producing homes was this man’s vision. Who is William Levitt? $400 This man who created a program to rebuild Europe after WWII; NATO members joined. Who is George Marshall? $500 This WWII general defined the “domino theory”; he served as president for two terms during the 1950s. Who is Dwight D. Eisenhower? $100 This senator accused many of being “dirty commies”; with no evidence, he destroyed many lives. Who is Joseph McCarthy? $200 This General argued that the U.S. had to attack China to win in Korea; Truman promptly fired him. Who is the Douglas MacArthur? $300 This revolutionary leader set up a socialist state in Cuba in 1959. Who is Fidel Castro? $400 This Soviet leader launched Sputnik to the shock of many in the U.S. Who is Nikita Khushchev? $??? The hippies rejection of 1950s values was classified by this term. What is the counterculture? $100 The U.S. and the Soviet Union came close to nuclear war during the fourteen days of this fiasco. What is the Cuban Missile Crisis? $200 These “hit and run” were a new type of warfare we first experienced in Vietnam. What is guerilla warfare? $300 This president had visions of a Great Society but gave it up to pay for Vietnam. Who is Lyndon Johnson? $400 The US Embassy was attacked by the North Vietnamese during this event, creating a turning point in the Vietnam War. What is the Tet Offensive? $500 This policy of Nixon’s, meaning “reducing tension”, was applied throughout this decade. What is détente ? $100 Nixon and Brezhnev signed this treaty which controlled the number of nuclear weapons each could hold. What is the S.A.L.T. agreement? (Strategic Arms Limitations Treaty) $200 The Soviet Union invaded this country, resulting in a U.S. boycott of the Moscow Olympics. What is Afghanistan? $300 Bringing these two leaders to an agreement at Camp David was Carter’s biggest achievement. Who are Sadat and Begin? $400 The NY Times reported lies and errors made in Vietnam in these defense documents. What are the Pentagon Papers? $??? This Soviet leader “made the fear disappear”. Who is Mikhail Gorbachev? $100 The Berlin Wall came tumbling down when this president was in power. Who is George Bush Sr.? $200 Reagan increased defense spending to research this defense program. What is SDI or Star Wars? Strategic Defense Initiative $300 This Soviet policy of “speaking out openly and honestly” was a great change for the USSR. What is glasnost ? $400 In this affair, Reagan sold arms to one country to pay for a revolution in another, all without Congress’ approval! What is the Iran-Contra Affair? $500 Diplomacy These three factors contributed to the end of the Cold War. What are: (name 3!) 1.The USSR’s economic troubles at home. 2.Gorbie’s policies of glasnost and perestroika 3.Reagan’s hawkish attitude and STAR WARS program. 4.The Soviet’s burden of fighting a war in Afghanistan.