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5 Matching Questions

  1. Pardon
  2. Sandra Day O'Connor
  3. ________ David Accords
  4. Geraldine Ferraro
  5. Perestroika
  1. a 1978 Peace agreement between Egypt and Israel negotiated by Carter
  2. b Walter Mondale's ____________________ choice in the 1984 presidential election.
  3. c first woman to serve as a _________________ Justice
  4. d to officially forgive and erase the crimes someone has committed or is accused of committing.
  5. e Soviet policy established in the 1980s that initiated political and economic reforms

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. an official policy of racial segregation practiced in _______________ involving political, legal, and economic discrimination against non-whites.
  2. Agreement by U.S. and Panamanian leaders in the 1970s to transfer control of the Panama Canal to Panama by the year ________
  3. 1. freedom of expression; 2. right to bear arms; 3. quartering of soldiers in peace time; 4. protection from illegal __________ and __________; 5. due process; 6. right to speedy _________; 7. right to trial by jury; 8. protection against cruel and unusual punishment; 9. rights granted to the people; and 10. rights granted to the states
  4. scandal in 1980s in which weapons were sold to Iran for the exchange of American __________
  5. President Reagan's economic program based on large tax cuts and less government regulation to encourage business investments.

5 True/False Questions

  1. ___________ and BalancesPolicy that establishes that one branch of government would need the approval of the other two branches to ensure a separation of power.


  2. New RightConservative voter groups that grew in strength in the 80s.


  3. Iran Hostage Crisisscandal in 1980s in which weapons were sold to Iran for the exchange of American __________


  4. GlasnostSoviet policy established in the 1980s that promoted political openness and freedom of expression


  5. Ratifyto approve or pass a law


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