Nixon Ford And Carter Question Preview (ID: 42293)

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a general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money
a) Inflation
b) Executive
c) Embargo
d) Civil Rights

charge (the holder of a public office) with misconduct
a) Interest Rate
b) Privilege
c) Embargo
d) Impeach

Amendment that allowed the 18 year-old to vote
a) 26th
b) 25th
c) 18th
d) 17th

Senator who helped to produce the second Red Scare in the US.
a) Robert Kennedy
b) Joseph McCarthy
c) Douglas MacArthur
d) Robert Kennedy

Segregation in public school is prohibited by the Constitution.
a) Everson v. BOE
b) Island Trees School District v Pico
c) Forest Hills v. BOE
d) Brown v. BOE

President responsible for the SALT I
a) Carter
b) Ford
c) Nixon
d) Truman

Which preisdent pardoned those who dodged the draft in Vietnam
a) Carter
b) Nixon
c) Eisenhower
d) Ford

not a step that led to Vietnam war?
a) Laos invades Cambodia
b) Aid to French
c) Advisers to train soldiers
d) Control of South Vietnam

President who was never voted to that office?
a) Carter
b) Nixon
c) Ford
d) Eisenhower

Which president's foreign policy focused on the expansion of human rights.
a) Carter
b) Nixon
c) Eisenhower
d) Ford

Complex where people broke in trying to rob the Democratic Headquarters
a) Mariott
b) Watergate
c) Sheraton
d) Wyndum

pardoning Nixon for involvement in the Watergate scandal was met with controversy.
a) Nixon
b) Eisenhower
c) Carter
d) Ford

country took hostages from the US embassy and held 52 of them for 444 days.
a) Iraq
b) Afganistan
c) Iran
d) Vietnam

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
a) Title IX
b) Supply-Side Economics
c) Youth Culture
d) Affirmative Action

the person or branch of a government responsible for putting policies or laws into effect.
a) Impeach
b) Inflation
c) Embargo
d) Teach-In

proportion of a loan that is charged as interest to the borrower, typically expressed as an annual percentage of the loan outstanding.
a) Civil Rights
b) Interest Rate
c) Privilege
d) Executive

Former White House counsel who was charged with obstruction of justice and spent four months in prison for his role in the Watergate cover-up.
a) John Dean III
b) Robert Kennedy
c) Ethan Kargne
d) Joseph McCarthy

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