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5 Matching questions

  1. Environmentalist
  2. Reverse Discrimination
  3. Termination Policy
  4. Detente
  5. Napalm
  1. a an unfair treatment of members of a majority group.
  2. b A gasoline-based bomb that set fire to the jungle.
  3. c - person who works to protect the environment from destruction and pollution
  4. d the flexible policy, involving a willingness to negotiate and an easing of tensions, that was adopted by Nixon and is adviser Kissinger in their dealings with Communist nations.
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. disease (virus) that weakens immune system, makes body prone to infections/cancer.
  2. Belonging to the leftist group that overthrew the Nicaraguan government in 1979.
  3. - Island to the east of mainland China, where Chiang and his government and army fled.
  4. a group headed by Warren that investigated assassination of JFK and concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was alone responsible.
  5. alliance of right-wing groups opposed to big government, entitlement programs, affirmative action the busing of students to achieve integration, and the suppose moral decline of the US population.

5 True/False questions

  1. FranchiseA company that offers similar products or services in many locations

          

  2. New FrontierJFK's legislative program, included proposals to provide medical care for the elderly, to rebuild blighted urban areas, o aid education, to bolster the national defense, to increase international aid, and to expand the space program.

          

  3. Southern Christian Leadership Conferencea 1991 military operation in which UN forces, led by the US, drove iraqi invaders from Kuwait..

          

  4. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)Government agency that regulates and licenses television, telephone, telegraph, radio, and other communications industries

          

  5. Salt I TreatyIntermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, 1987 agreement between US and USSR that eliminated some weapons systems & allowed for on-site inspection of military installations.

          

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