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  1. Mandate
  2. National Energy Act
  3. Alliance for Progress
  4. Doves
  5. Family Assistance Plan
  1. a the authority to act that an elected official receives from the voters who elected him or her.
  2. b Opposed War.
  3. c a law enacted during Carter admin, established a tax on gas-guzzling cars, removed price controls on US oil and natural gas, and provided tax credits for development of alternative energy sources.
  4. d 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.
  5. e US foreign-aid program of 1960s, providing economic and technical assistance to Latin American countries.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Nixon's strategy for ending US involvement in war: gradual withdrawal of US troops and their replacement with South Vietnamese forces.
  2. Nuclear Power Plant in Harrisburg, Penn. which failed, causing radiation to be admitted in the air
  3. a situation in which a country imports more goods than it exports.
  4. 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.
  5. a US military raid on a South Vietnamese village, intended to root out villagers with ties to the Vietcong, but often resulting in the destruction of the village and the displacement of its inhabitants.

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. SuburbsSmall residential communities surrounding cities. Offered by Levitt for less than $8,000 in response to the housing crisis.

          

  3. Pentagon papersA slogan - first used in the 1940s and revived by Stokely Carmichael in the 1960s - that encouraged African-American pride and political and social leadership

          

  4. Eisenhower DoctrineCommitment to defend the Middle East against attack by any Communist country.

          

  5. Economic Opportunity Acta law enacted during Carter admin, established a tax on gas-guzzling cars, removed price controls on US oil and natural gas, and provided tax credits for development of alternative energy sources.