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  1. Oil Embargo
  2. Philadelphia Plan
  3. Helinski Accords
  4. Sam Ervin
  5. Rachel Carson
  1. a international agreement of 1975, signed by president ford, that settled postwar european boundaries and attempted to guarantee human rights in eastern europe
  2. b environmental writer whose book silent spring helped encourage laws like the clean water act and the edangered species act
  3. c arab-sponsored restriction on energy exports after the 1973 arab-israeli war
  4. d term for the new group affirmative action policy promoted by the nixon administration
  5. e north carolina senator who condudcted the watergate hearings

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the law, passed in reaction to the secret cambodia bombing, that restricted presidential use of troops overseas without congressional authorization
  2. the first major achievement of the nixon-kissinger detente with the soviet union, which led to restrictions on defensive missile systems
  3. supreme court justice whose "judicial activism" came under increasing attack by conservatives
  4. a washington office complex that became a symbol of the widespread corruption of the nixon administration
  5. california medical school applicant whose case led a divided supreme court to uphold limited forms of affirmative action for minorities

5 True/False questions

  1. Spiro Agnewnixon's tough-talking conservative vice president, who was forced to resign in 1973 for taking bribes and kickbacks

          

  2. James Earl Carterformer georgia governor whose presidency was plagued by economic difficulties and a crisis in iran

          

  3. George McGovernsouth dakota senator whose antiwar campaign was swamped bynixon

          

  4. Title IXnixon-ford-kissinger policy of seeking relaxe tensions with the soviet union through trade and arms limitation

          

  5. Alcatraz, Wounded Kneesupreme court justice whose "judicial activism" came under increasing attack by conservatives

          

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