The failure of Chiang Kai-Shek's forces in the Chinese Civil War can largely be blamed on the fact that...
the U.S. feared and distrusted communism.
the U.S. had a lack of interest in who won the conflict in China.
the United States had given aid to the opposition.
he was a weak and corrupt leader.
General Douglas MacArthur was removed as commander of American forces in Korea because...
he had used nuclear weapons against the communists after Truman had ordered him not to,
he had failed to successfully invade China.
he had failed to push the North Koreans beyond the 38th parallel.
he had committed insubordination by appealing to the Congress with his nuclear option to end the war.
How did the Korean War end?
In a victory in fighting but a failure in U.S. containment policy.
In a stalemate in fighting but a victory for U.S. containment policy.
In a failure in fighting but a victory in U.S. containment policy.
In a stalemate in fighting and a failure in U.S. containment policy.
Each of the following is a lasting legacy of the Korean War EXCEPT...
the demilitarized zone.
the rivalry between the United States and China today.
the 38th parallel border on the Korean peninsula.
the rise of communism in South Korea.
The South East Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO) was promoted by the U.S. to...
create an alliance system to protect the Chinese from the Soviet Union.
foster free trade in Asia.
resist communist aggression in Asia.
create a united front against Japanese aggression.