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US History II UNIT 4 CHALLENGE 4 HIST 105 US History II UNIT 4 CHALLENGE 4: Welcome to the 21st Century Read the excerpt from an address to Congress made by President George W. Bush on Septemb... er 20, 2001: "Our response involves far more than instant retaliation and isolated strikes. Americans should not expect one battle, but a lengthy campaign, unlike any other we have ever seen. . . We will starve terrorists of funding, turn them one against another, drive them from place to place, until there is no refuge or no rest. And we will pursue nations that provide aid or safe haven to terrorism. Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists. From this day forward, any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime." What does this excerpt say that the U.S. will do? a.) The United States will intervene in any instance of genocide. b.) The United States will expect its allies to be responsible for its military defense. c.) The United States will seek diplomatic solutions to terrorism. d.) The United States will engage in preemptive military action to fight terrorism. Read the excerpt from an address to Congress made by President George W. Bush on September 20, 2001: "Tonight, we are a country awakened to danger and called to defend freedom. Our grief has turned to anger and anger to resolution. Whether we bring our enemies to justice or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done." Which statement best explains President Bush's response to the 9/11 attacks? a.) The United States would declare war on countries that harbor terrorists. b.) The United States was declaring a holy war against Muslims. c.) Osama bin Laden was a target of U.S. armed forces. d.) The United States was launching a war on terror. Which of these statements about Operation Iraqi Freedom is true? a.) The U.S. refused to install a new government and rebuild Afghanistan. b.) The operation resulted in the loss of few Iraqi lives. c.) Information that Iraq was trying to procure uranium from Africa was proven false. d.) The U.S. launched the attack with the full backing of the international community. Which of these statements about Operation Enduring Freedom is true? a.) The invasion was supported by the international community. b.) The Taliban was removed from power in Afghanistan. c.) Saddam Hussein was removed from power in Iraq. d.) The operation involved bombing, but not a ground invasion. Choose the true statement about the American economy in the early 2000s. a.) An increase in the stock market led to a significant number of Americans retaining their jobs. b.) Few American households owned stocks or invested in the stock market during the 2000s. c.) Stagflation reemerged in the wake of rising interest rates and rising unemployment. d.) Investments in high-tech companies increased, but few of them turned a profit. Put the steps that an American homeowner in the 2000s might have experienced in chronological order. a.) “My credit wasn’t the best, but I was able to get a subprime mortgage with an adjustable interest rate.” “I didn’t know at the time that my lender had sold my mortgage to a larger bank.” “Suddenly, my variable interest rate increased, and I was unable to keep up with my higher mortgage payments." b.) “I didn’t know at the time that my lender had sold my mortgage to a larger bank.” “Suddenly, my variable interest rate increased, and I was unable to keep up with my higher mortgage payments." “My credit wasn’t the best, but I was able to get a subprime mortgage with an adjustable interest rate.” c.) “Suddenly, my variable interest rate increased, and I was unable to keep up with my higher mortgage payments." “My credit wasn’t the best, but I was able to get a subprime mortgage with an adjustable interest rate.” “I didn’t know at the time that my lender had sold my mortgage to a larger bank.” d.) “I didn’t know at the time that my lender had sold my mortgage to a larger bank.” “My credit wasn’t the best, but I was able to get a subprime mortgage with an adjustable interest rate.” “Suddenly, my variable interest rate increased, and I was unable to keep up with my higher mortgage payments." What sequence of events best reflects the experiences of homeowners in the U.S. in the 2000s? a.) "It was difficult to find a buyer for my home because home prices everywhere were falling." "I was finally able to purchase a home because of the low interest rates offered to me." "I was angry with the federal government for helping the banks but not helping individual homeowners very much." b.) "It was difficult to find a buyer for my home because home prices everywhere were falling." "I was angry with the federal government for helping the banks but not helping individual homeowners very much." "I was finally able to purchase a home because of the low interest rates offered to me." c.) "I was finally able to purchase a home because of the low interest rates offered to me." "I was angry with the federal government for helping the banks but not helping individual homeowners very much." "It was difficult to find a buyer for my home because home prices everywhere were falling." d.) "I was finally able to purchase a home because of the low interest rates offered to me." "It was difficult to find a buyer for my home because home prices everywhere were falling." "I was angry with the federal government for helping the banks but not helping individual homeowners very much." Choose the law or agency correctly matched with its example. a.) Terrorist Surveillance Program - Citizens at airports must remove their shoes and have their carry-on luggage scanned b.) The Transportation Security Administration - An Internet service provider can be ordered to provide information on private citizens’ computer use c.) Homeland Security Act - Government agencies work together to monitor the security of the country’s borders and ports of entry d.) USA PATRIOT Act - States can receive federal government assistance in the events of natural disasters or terrorist attacks Choose the law or agency correctly matched with its example. a.) Troubled Asset Relief Program - The President oversaw the distribution of trillions of dollars to support the nation’s banking system b.) USA PATRIOT Act - The enactment of comprehensive health care reform made America stronger by encouraging a healthy, productive population c.) Homeland Security Act - The enactment of comprehensive health care reform made America stronger by encouraging a healthy, productive population d.) Federal Emergency Management Act - It was not necessary to obtain a warrant to conduct domestic wiretapping Match a description of a particular conflict/foreign policy issue with its location on the map A fundamentalist Muslim group, the Taliban, ruled this country from 1996 to 2001. Select the map that denotes its location in red. This is the country in which U.S. Navy SEALs raided a compound and killed the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Osama bin Laden. Select the map that denotes its location in red. Which of the statements agree with the documentary "An Inconvenient Truth?" a.) "I support the Democratic Party because it has added climate change to its political platform." b.) "The real danger of climate change science is its hostility to unfettered economic growth." c.) "While climate change is real, the danger it poses has been exaggerated." d.) "As a Republican, I am skeptical of the claims of climate change scientists." [Show More]

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