5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Termination Policy
- Korean War
- Civil Rights Act of 1968
- Credibility Gap
- Moral Majority
- a The US government's plan, announced 1953, to give up responsibility for Native American tribes by eliminating federal economic support, discontinuing the reservation system, and redistributing tribal lands.
- b law that banned discrimination in housing.
- c A conflict between North Korea and South Korea lasting from 1950 to 1953, in which the US along with other UN countries fought on the South and China fought on the North.
- d A political alliance of religious groups, consisting mainly of evangelical and fundamentalist Christians, that was active in the '70s and 80s, condemning liberal attitudes and behavior and raising money for conservative candidates
- e a public distrust of statements made by the government
5 Multiple choice questions
- two historic agreements between Israel and Egypt, reached in negotiations at Camp David in 1978.
- a policy that seeks to correct the effects of past discrimination by favoring the groups who were previously disadvantaged.
- A company that offers similar products or services in many locations
- Southern Delegates to the national convention, opposed civil rights and sought to protect the Southern way of life against interference of federal government.
- Communist group that seized power in Cambodia in 1975
5 True/False questions
Joseph McCarthy → A conflict between North Korea and South Korea lasting from 1950 to 1953, in which the US along with other UN countries fought on the South and China fought on the North.
Alger Hiss → disease (virus) that weakens immune system, makes body prone to infections/cancer.
Marshall Plan → The program proposed by Secretary of State George Marshall in 1947, under which the US supplied economic aid to European nations to help them rebuild after WWII.
Dr. MLK Jr. → Pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, elected to lead the Montgomery Improvement Association to organize a boycott
Hot Line → youth-dominated political movement of the 1960s