Truman & the Beginning of the Cold War (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
The U. S. policy, proposed by George Kennan, that attempted to prevent Soviet power and Communism from expanding into non-Communist nations.
The State Department official who was convicted of perjury in the celebrated "pumpkin papers" trial during the Second Red Scare.
He was the unsuccessful Republican presidential candidate in 1948 who was surprisingly upset at the last minute by President Truman.
The southern, conservative wing of the Democratic party who were bitterly opposed to Truman's civil rights agenda.
This policy, began by President Truman, investigated federal employees to determine whether they had ever supported the Communist party or other radical groups.     
He was executed along with his wife for transferring atomic secrets to a Soviet spy.
This federal law greatly reduced the power of labor unions, forcing unions to wait 60 days before striking and also forbade them to contribute to political campaigns.
The practice of recklessly accusing someone of supporting or belonging to the Communist Party.
He broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball in 1947.
It found that a speaker may be penalized if his or her speech encourages people to revolt against the U. S. government.
A special House committee that investigated those whom the committee suspected of being Communists or disloyal Americans.
President Truman relieved him of his command because this general failed to implement the President's policies in Korea.
The policy of giving U. S. economic aid to the nations of Europe to help them rebuild their war-torn economies.
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