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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Strategic ____________ Initiative (SDI)
  2. Perestroika
  3. Moral __________
  4. ________ David Accords
  5. Glasnost
  1. a 1978 Peace agreement between Egypt and Israel negotiated by Carter
  2. b Reagan's massively expensive defense plan to block a Soviet missile attack from outer space.
  3. c Soviet policy established in the 1980s that promoted political openness and freedom of expression
  4. d Fundamentalist Christian group that was part of the New Right. They advocated Conservative politics like creationist biology, prayer in school, anti-abortion, anti-equality for gays
  5. e Soviet policy established in the 1980s that initiated political and economic reforms

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to officially forgive and erase the crimes someone has committed or is accused of committing.
  2. to approve or pass a law
  3. President Reagan's economic program based on large tax cuts and less government regulation to encourage business investments.
  4. 18. Prohibited the manufacture and sale of ____________; 21. Prohibition repealed
  5. Principle that the government must respect all the legal rights that are owed to a person under the law

5 True/False questions

  1. Vetoto approve or pass a law

          

  2. Sandra Day O'Connorfirst woman to serve as a _________________ Justice

          

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

          

  4. Panama Canal TreatiesAgreement by U.S. and Panamanian leaders in the 1970s to transfer control of the Panama Canal to Panama by the year ________

          

  5. Bill of Rights1. 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