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5 Matching questions

  1. AIDS
  2. Dr. Jonas Salk
  3. Suburbs
  4. OPEC
  5. Taiwan (Formosa)
  1. a disease (virus) that weakens immune system, makes body prone to infections/cancer.
  2. b an organization of petroleum exporting countries - an economic association of oil-producing nations that is able to set oil prices.
  3. c Small residential communities surrounding cities. Offered by Levitt for less than $8,000 in response to the housing crisis.
  4. d - Island to the east of mainland China, where Chiang and his government and army fled.
  5. e Developed a vaccine for the crippling disease poliomyelitis.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a religious group, popularly known as the Black Muslims, founded by Elijah Muhammad to promote black separatism and the Islamic religion.
  2. Southern Delegates to the national convention, opposed civil rights and sought to protect the Southern way of life against interference of federal government.
  3. US foreign-aid program of 1960s, providing economic and technical assistance to Latin American countries.
  4. Seamstress and an NAACP officer who took a seat in the front row of the colored section of a Montgomery bus. When asked to move, she refused, and her arrest soon spread around.
  5. ran against Johnson (platform to end war).

5 True/False questions

  1. Planned Obsolescencea situation in which a country imports more goods than it exports.


  2. Glasnostthe open discussion of social problems that was permitted in the USSR in the 1980s.


  3. Hot LineCondemned by the French to death in 1930 for his rebellious activity. Fled Vietnam that year and throughout the 1930s, he orchestrated Vietname's growing independence movement from exile in the Soviet Union and later from China.


  4. Revenue Sharinga name given by Nixon to moderate, mainstream Americans who quietly supported his Vietnam war policies.


  5. Medicarethe 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.