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  1. Richard Nixon
  2. John Dean
  3. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
  4. James Earl Carter
  5. Kent State University
  1. a the ohio university where four students were killed during protests against the 1970 invasion of cambodia
  2. b winner of an overwhelming electoral victory who was forced from office by th threat of impeachment
  3. c white house lawyer whose dramatic charges against nixon were validated by the watergate tapes
  4. d the muslim religious leader who dominated the 1979 iranian revolution
  5. e former georgia governor whose presidency was plagued by economic difficulties and a crisis in iran

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. nixon-ford-kissinger policy of seeking relaxe tensions with the soviet union through trade and arms limitation
  2. the law, passed in reaction to the secret cambodia bombing, that restricted presidential use of troops overseas without congressional authorization
  3. environmental writer whose book silent spring helped encourage laws like the clean water act and the edangered species act
  4. provision of the 1972 education amendments that prohibited gender discrimination and opened sports and other arenas to women
  5. supreme court decision that declared women's right to choose abortion

5 True/False questions

  1. Helinski Accordsinternational agreement of 1975, signed by president ford, that settled postwar european boundaries and attempted to guarantee human rights in eastern europe

          

  2. Southern Strategynixon-ford-kissinger policy of seeking relaxe tensions with the soviet union through trade and arms limitation

          

  3. Vietnamizationnixon's policy of withdrawing american troops from vietnam while providing aid for the south vietnamese to fight the war

          

  4. Sam Ervinsupreme court justice whose "judicial activism" came under increasing attack by conservatives

          

  5. George McGovernsupreme court justice whose "judicial activism" came under increasing attack by conservatives

          

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