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Ford and Congress were often in conflict because
a) Ford refused to try to balance the budget.
b) Ford favored limited government, but Congress wanted active government.
c) Ford proposed healthcare legislation that Congress refused to fund.
d) Congress did not support further talks with the Soviet Union.

Gerald Ford pardoned Richard Nixon because
a) Congress insisted on it.
b) he thought it was the right thing to do.
c) he thought Nixon was innocent.
d) Nixon had made him Vice President.

As the evidence mounted against him, Nixon
a) halted the investigation.
b) named Gerald Ford Vice President.
c) was impeached by the House.
d) resigned from office.

The Watergate burglars were caught attempting to
a) remove “hush money” from a safe.
b) steal files from a psychiatrist.
c) wiretap Democrats’ phones.
d) play “dirty tricks” on Edmund Muskie.

The trial and sentencing of the Watergate burglars led to
a) testimony to a Senate committee about White House involvement.
b) the firing of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.
c) an attempt by Judge John J. Sirica to release the defendants.
d) Gerald Ford’s pardon of President Nixon.

In response to the publication of the Pentagon Papers, Nixon approved
a) an investigation of the Pentagon.
b) Kissinger’s apology to the Soviet Union.
c) the hiring of Daniel Ellsberg.
d) a plan to organize the Plumbers.

Nixon ordered Kissinger to install wiretaps on the phones of
a) The New York Times.
b) his staff.
c) the National Security Council.
d) the FBI.

Nixon aides responded to the siege mentality in the White House by
a) harassing the Vice President.
b) wiretapping the FBI’s telephones.
c) making an enemies list.
d) debating Nixon’s political opponents.

Nixon’s creative dealing with the Soviet Union brought about
a) a more deadly arms race.
b) a limit on offensive nuclear weapons.
c) German reunification.
d) a dramatic increase in Cold War tensions.

In 1975, when Ford asked for military aid to try to save South Vietnam, Congress
a) voted in favor of the funds.
b) forced Ford to appear before a House committee.
c) cut the defense budget by half.
d) used the War Powers Act to say no.

The Ford administration was active in all of the following except
a) the Helsinki Accords.
b) the Mayaguez incident.
c) political unrest in Turkey.
d) the SALT talks.

Jimmy Carter won the 1976 election by presenting himself as
a) a Washington outsider.
b) an expert on nuclear energy.
c) a trustworthy lawyer.
d) a naval hero.

The basic issue of the 1976 presidential campaign was
a) the Watergate break-in.
b) welfare.
c) trust.
d) the separation of church and state.

Although Carter won the election, he
a) won by a narrow margin.
b) had little support in the South.
c) lost the blue-collar vote.
d) lost the popular vote.

Carter outdid previous administrations in the number of
a) nuclear missiles he built.
b) bills he persuaded Congress to pass.
c) formal dinners he hosted.
d) women and minorities he appointed.

At the start of his presidency, Carter tried to stimulate the economy with
a) school prayer.
b) tax cuts for the wealthy.
c) government deficit spending.
d) decreases in the federal budget.

Carter’s presidential style included
a) long limousine rides.
b) fewer ceremonial details.
c) loans from Libyan friends.
d) finely tailored business suits.

President Ford’s most controversial act as President was to
a) pardon Nixon.
b) bomb Vietnam.
c) balance the budget.
d) raise taxes.

President Ford faced an economy with rising inflation and unemployment. This economic phenomenon is known as
a) GNP.
b) stagflation.
c) depression.
d) deficit spending.

While in office, President Carter strained relations between the United States and the Soviet Union by supporting Soviet
a) dissidents.
b) economists.
c) socialists.
d) soldiers.

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