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When the communists, under Mao, took control of China in 1949 they announced total support for which country and its ideology? a. Cuba c. Japan b. USSR d. United States
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User: When the communists, under Mao, took control of China in 1949 they announced total support for which country and its ideology? a. Cuba c. Japan b. USSR d. United States

Weegy: The answer is B. USSR. His theoretical contribution to Marxism Leninism, along with his military strategies and brand of policies, are collectively known as Maoism. Thank you!
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User: This industry was targeted as subversive and the individuals accused became known as the Hollywood Ten. a. television c. theatre b. film d. clothing

Weegy: b. film industry was targeted as subversive and the individuals accused became known as the Hollywood Ten
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User: Which Act of Congress made membership in the communist party grounds for refusal of federal employment? a. Teller Act c. Hatch Act b. Platt Act d. Smith Act

Weegy: Which Act of Congress made membership in the communist party grounds for refusal of federal employment? c. Hatch Act
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User: During the Red Scare after WW II this U.S. House of Representatives committee was created to look into disloyalty in America. a. Judiciary Committee c. Disloyal Americans Committee b. Foreign Relations Committee d. Un-American Activities Committee

Weegy: During the Red Scare after WW II this U.S. House of Representatives committee was created to look into disloyalty in America is the d. Un-American Activities Committee.
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User: Which of the following would NOT be considered an example of the realities surrounding the Red Scare (spread of communism) of the Cold War? a. The government response to the launch of Sputnik led to the creation of NASA and the National Defense Education Act. b. The House Un-American Activities Committee was formed to find and eliminate any communist or socialist influences in the United States. c. Regardless of guilt, communist convictions of individuals such as Alger Hiss and the Rosenbergs proved that the Red Scare was real to many Americans. d. All of the above prove that the Red Scare was very real to many Americans and taken seriously by the government.

Weegy: Which of the following would NOT be considered an example of the realities surrounding the Red Scare (spread of communism) of the Cold War Answer: a. [ The government response to the launch of Sputnik led to the creation of NASA and the National Defense Education Act. ]
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User: How were religion and evangelists like Billy Graham involved in nuclear war? a. Religious institutions became a means of spreading the importance of nuclear weapons. b. The church provided donations to people suffering during the Cold War recession. c. It helped calm anxiety and fear related to the fear of a nuclear attack. d. The American government supported religion as a means of promoting anti-communist actions.

Weegy: The answer is : c. It helped calm anxiety and fear related to the fear of a nuclear attack. ..............
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User: Why were Americans fearful when Sputnik was launched? a. They believed they were falling behind the Soviets in education and technological progress. b. The government and the public saw it as an indication of a future nuclear attack. c. Many Americans viewed it as proof that communism would eventually spread globally. d. All of the above were viable reasons for fear.

Weegy: Why were Americans fearful when Sputnik was launched: a. They believed they were falling behind the Soviets in education and technological progress.
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User: Which country launched Sputnik into space in 1957? a. France c. the Soviet Union b. the United States d. Great Britain

Weegy: c. the Soviet Union
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User: Fearing ________________________, many people built fallout shelters in their backyards. a. the Soviet space program b. the spread of Communism c. getting blacklisted and being accused of Communist activities d. nuclear war with the Soviet Union

Weegy: d. nuclear war with the Soviet
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User: During the Red Scare after WW II this U.S. House of Representatives committee was created to look into disloyalty in America. a. Judiciary Committee c. Disloyal Americans Committee b. Foreign Relations Committee d. Un-American Activities Committee

Weegy: During the Red Scare after WW II this U.S. House of Representatives committee was created to look into disloyalty in America is the d. Un-American Activities Committee.
wiwit|Points 688|

User: The Cold War was a dispute over philosophies and methods of rule waged primarily between the U. S. and its allies and this country and its allies. a. Germany c. China b. USSR d. Poland

User: The United States had trouble trusting the Soviet Union after World War II because of a. Soviet expansion. b. Soviet spies. c. the Soviet Union’s refusal to help pay for war damages. d. the Soviet Union’s new leaders.

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The U.S. had trouble trusting the Soviet Union after WWII because of Soviet expansion.
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