Anti-Communist hysteria subsided with the conclusion of the ______________.
Eisenhower was the second president to appoint a woman to his ______________, a former Women's Army Corps commander and Texas newspaper publisher, to head the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
For most of his two terms, Eisenhower presided over a ______________ government.
As part of its Indian relocation program, the government wanted to move Native Americans to ______________.
The Eisenhower administration was the first Republican administration after the ______________.
Dwight Eisenhower's foreign policy differed from that of Harry Truman in its rhetoric, means, and movement toward accommodation with ______________.
the Soviet Union
France signed a truce with Vietnam after the fall of ______________ in 1954.
Dien Bien Phu
On July 26, 1956, Egypt's leader, Gamal Abdel Nasser, seized the ______________ as a response to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles's denial of American support for building the Aswan Dam.
Dwight Eisenhower’s and ______________ 1955 summit conference in Geneva symbolized the lessening of tensions between the two superpowers.
The first Soviet satellite was called ______________.
The decline of the family farm and the growth of ______________ were causes and consequences of mechanization.
______________ designed vast suburban housing communities.
William J. Levitt
During the 1950s, masses of ______________ migrated to cities seeking economic opportunity.
The technology of air-conditioning made possible industrial development in the so-called ______________.
The ______________ allowed thousands of African Americans to attend college.
Evangelism, popularized by ______________, became a powerful force in the 1960s.
In 1950, fewer than 10 percent of American households boasted a television set, but by 1960 approximately ______________ of all homes had one.
In 1961, Newton Minnow, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, labeled ______________ a "vast wasteland."
In the 1950s, ______________ contributed to the doubling of consumer debt.
______________ wrote On the Road, a countercultural novel written in jazz-influenced prose about two young men traveling the country.
Between 1940 and 1960, more than 3 million African Americans moved out of the ______________ into areas where they could vote and exert pressure on white politicians.
White leaders worried that the nation's dismal record of race relations put the United States at a disadvantage in ______________.
cold war competition
President Eisenhower's orders for regular army troops to take federal control of the Arkansas National Guard was the first federal military intervention in the South since ______________.
Jo Ann Robinson and other members of the Women's Political Council used Rosa Parks's challenge to bus segregation to mount a ______________.
Martin Luther King Jr., a twenty-six-year-old pastor at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, was elected to head the ______________.