5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Ho Chi Minh Trail
- Black Power
- a The economic policies of President Reagan, which were focused on the granting of large tax cuts in order to increase private investment
- b a scandal arising from the Nixon admin.'s attempt to cover up its involvement in the 1972 break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate apartment
- c which was advocated by Henry Kissinger in the Nixon admin that involves dealing with other nations in a practical and flexible way rather than according to a rigid policy.
- d A slogan - first used in the 1940s and revived by Stokely Carmichael in the 1960s - that encouraged African-American pride and political and social leadership
- e Ho Chi Minh began supplying arms to the Vietcong via a network of paths along the border of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a welfare-reform proposal approved by the House of Representatives in 1970 but defeated in the Senate; that would have guaranteed an income to welfare recipients who agreed to undergo job training and to accept work.
- Small residential communities surrounding cities. Offered by Levitt for less than $8,000 in response to the housing crisis.
- Communist group that seized power in Cambodia in 1975
- Accused of spying for the Soviet Union, lied for passing documents, send to jail. Later, Soviet cables proved his guilt.
- Racial separation established by practice and custom, not by law.
5 True/False questions
Beat Movement → the redrawing of election districts to reflect changes in population.
Detente → Opposed War.
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.
Three Mile Island → Nuclear Power Plant in Harrisburg, Penn. which failed, causing radiation to be admitted in the air
Termination Policy → A 327-day operation in which US and British planes flew food and supplies into West Berlin after the Soviets blockaded the city in 1948.