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5 Matching questions

  1. Vietnamization
  2. Equal Rights Amendment
  3. Allen Bakke
  4. Helinski Accords
  5. John Dean
  1. a nixon's policy of withdrawing american troops from vietnam while providing aid for the south vietnamese to fight the war
  2. b california medical school applicant whose case led a divided supreme court to uphold limited forms of affirmative action for minorities
  3. c white house lawyer whose dramatic charges against nixon were validated by the watergate tapes
  4. d international agreement of 1975, signed by president ford, that settled postwar european boundaries and attempted to guarantee human rights in eastern europe
  5. e proposed constitutional amendment promoting women's rights that fell short of ratification

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the first major achievement of the nixon-kissinger detente with the soviet union, which led to restrictions on defensive missile systems
  2. top-secret documents, published by the new york times in 1971, that showed the blunders and deceptions that led the united states into the vietnam war
  3. a washington office complex that became a symbol of the widespread corruption of the nixon administration
  4. environmental writer whose book silent spring helped encourage laws like the clean water act and the edangered species act
  5. the muslim religious leader who dominated the 1979 iranian revolution

5 True/False questions

  1. Kent State Universitytop-secret documents, published by the new york times in 1971, that showed the blunders and deceptions that led the united states into the vietnam war

          

  2. Daniel Ellsbergformer pentagon official who "leaked" the pentagon papers

          

  3. Philadelphia Planterm for the new group affirmative action policy promoted by the nixon administration

          

  4. Shah of Iranrepressive pro-western ruler whose 1979 overthrow precipitated a crisis for the united states

          

  5. James Earl Cartersupreme court justice whose "judicial activism" came under increasing attack by conservatives

          

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